Meet new people?
I'd like to share some of what I loved this week.
Email me your favorites and I'll share those too.
This was sad. But real. Bless her.
Right in the middle she lists this:
1. Why can some people have twins, triplets, quads, etc. and are able to handle it?
2. Why can other people have twins with siblings and can handle it?
3. Why would God take my babies?
4. What did I do to prove to God that I could not handle it?
In Birds Nest posted some pictures, and this one says it all. That dad is great.
And Blog of Beth and Babes had some 'Dirty Talk', and Dirty pictures for you.
Mommy Pie. My new twitter friend.
She says, “How a stupid waste of time reinforces my faith in humanity.”
I only barely get twitter. She seems to have it down. Go. Learn. Then click her twitter button.
(My Twitter name is rogbark. I know. But anything related to my blog name was taken.)
Angie has perfected the Scientific Method. With some help from her son and um..pee.
And now do you want to know why? Why I'm sharing some good things I’ve seen along my blog-hopping trek this week?
They linked to my 9/11 story.
And today I’d like to follow up. And say thanks.
Thank you internet for hearing me out. And for your comments.
I want to share some responses.
I always enjoy reading someone's 9/11 story. I mean, not because it was a fun event, but it gives another perspective on it. The thing that always sticks with me is that my dad was supposed to be on the plane that crashed in to the Pentagon, but at the last minute his company put him on another flight.
Wow. Great post, and interesting to me to hear your story. I was living in NYC with my boyfriend then - his dad worked in the WTC but was home with a cold that day. We didn't know that though, and my boyfriend walked from
From Givinya De Elba
Wow. Thankyou for writing that.
At the very same time, I was woken up here (just after midnight) in
And the whole time, half a world away, you (and thousands of others) were going through ... THAT. I'm so sorry that those things happened.
I'm so glad you wrote about this. I still think about that day and I always will. My husband (a cop in NJ) was called into work to block the GW bridge on the NJ side. I waited hours to hear from him. I knew that he was not near the towers but I didn't know what else was going on there. He was gone two days. He came home when so many didn't. I still can't look at a plane in the sky without replaying that second plane hitting the tower.
I didn’t really plan to have the whole world read my little housewife version. I had maybe ten readers when I wrote that. (And half were family-hi mom!).
And so many people were and are so much worse off.
I totally get that Everyone in