31 October 2008
28 October 2008
27 October 2008
or RETRO BATMAN?
26 October 2008
24 October 2008
22 October 2008
20 October 2008
Just in case you didn't see Meet the Press on Sunday...here's the endorsement! AS for those who are emailing me and leaving comments regarding Dems being RACIST because they are voting for Obama...how insane, look in the mirror when you tell yourself that! Don't try and pull the sad angry white argument with me...it's not going to fly! Get over yourself, do your research and honestly, you have ANY questions, feel free to ask...I'm happy to help.
19 October 2008
18 October 2008
went to a birthday party and 'helped' the birthday girl open all her giftswent to the Butterfly pavillion with Daddy... and met Rosie the spiderWent to the circus with Nana, Rhys & Auntie Susie(no photo)Rocked out with Grandma
16 October 2008
15 October 2008
14 October 2008
13 October 2008
I know full well what I have to say and feel will not change your mind any more than your will change mine. But after the uneducated brewhaha I keep reading on a blog that I assume was intended on being"family" oriented or for your children, I have to ask, or rather say.... What are you thinking? I am so glad abortion is illegal in the country in which you and I adopted from! Sad your an avid promoter for a candidate whom has no problems with killing unborn children while promoting the opposite by adopting a child. I don't get it. Adopt or let them be aborted, what's your call?
Deleting my tab for your "children's adoption journal" that has become a politic bashing site supporting a candidate for aborting children. It states Adoption and love blog on the top of your page, but all I read is hostility and anger.
I'll be praying for you and the loss of children per your vote.
Second, neither Barack Obama nor I have "no problems with killing unborn children." The forced abortions China performs are deplorable, as are the sex-selective abortions so many women choose there. My personal opinion on abortion is this: I would only choose it if I were in a desperate situation, and even then, it would be a devastating choice and most likely the worst experience of my life. I believe this is true of the vast majority of women who have abortions in our country. Only a very few, the pathological, have abortions without struggling over the decision and feeling the emotional pain it brings. I can't imagine many situations in my own life where I would choose to have an abortion, and I don't want to. They're all terrible. Abortion is a terrible choice to have to make for women in awful situations where there usually are no good choices. I have heard Obama say very much the same thing; I know he shares my opinion on abortion.
The difference between me & Obama and you is that we don't expect the rest of the world to live according to our beliefs. We respect your right to choose NOT to have an abortion. Why can't you respect other women's choices?
Last but not least, if you don't like my blog, don't visit. But don't call what I say "uneducated brewhaha" (I'll educate you a little, actually: it's "brouhaha"). I am an intelligent, educated, and open-minded woman. I wish for peace in our world, education for all children, affordable & high-quality health care for every man woman and child, enough food on all tables, and warm beds under solid roofs for all of mankind. I also respect the educated and thoughtful opinions of those who disagree with me. I do not, however, respect the ignorant parroting of lies and half-truths spouted by people who don't respect me or my right to make choices about my own life.
12 October 2008
11 October 2008
The Sidewalk to Nowhere, McCain Supporters in Bethlehem, PA
Shocking! These are Americans...waiting in line for a McCain/Palin rally. Nice huh. Proud to be an American? Not today, not today. This is repulsive, disgusting and shameful. The lies, the hatred, wow. The Republicans should be so proud of the type of people they have in their fold. Racism is alive and well in our great nation...and frankly the people at the top are doing nothing to quiet the disease than runs rampant in their supporters.
Professor Paisley 'Buffet' Snowflower is offering a one time seminar on her pumpkinomics class. Apparently she has been a little miffed at what is going on in pumpkin patches around the globe, especially one particularly big pumpkin patch on Wallstreet Farm.
Lesson one: Dont put all your pumpkins in one basket.
party in the back!
And so it was that Mummy realized her littlest Snowflower was supporting quite the mullet! Yes, Paisley was half an inch away from singing Billy Ray Cyrus songs in a Honky Tonk in downtown St Paul! Something had to be done of course so I took my chances with the local 'Kids Hair' salon, even though we had a few mishaps with Piper and her locks in previous years, but I was willing to give them another try....
Paisley was BRILLIANT, she barely moved an inch during the entire haircut! She loves to have her hair brushed, so it didnt come as much of a surprise that she actually enjoyed the pampering. We left the salon happy, but realized after bathtime that one side was about 1/2 an inch longer than the other, so we went back for a repair job. Luckily it looks a lot better, and with a little time will grow into a nice bob.
strike a pose why don't ya Paisley!