So, in an attempt to spruce things up a bit around here, I decided to try a fall template. Easier said than done, and I'm usually savvy with simple html background switches.
Not so this evening, but anyway, this beautiful new fall template decided to delete ALL of my blog links. Not cool. I had to re-do my blog roll from memory and cheat off of other friend's blogs and their links. For those of you who do not have your blog link on your facebook, or I might've forgotten because hey...it's 11 p.m. on Wednesday night...please send me the link to your blog- even if I didn't have your link on my blog roll before...send it along! I love my blog links on the side and checking in with everyone. Also, even to some of my "followers" I don't know how to find your blog link from your follower profile, so please send me the links in the comments section. Thanks a million. That's what I get for trying to be creative/seasonal.
But the good news remains...fall is coming. You've got to be deliberate around here, where the seasons are so muddy and undefined, my fall decorations are about to jump out of the closet, but I'll wait...I've already had 2 pumpkin spice lattes. In Houston we are enjoying a week of on and off rain- praise the Lord because this summer's weather was miserably dry. 09-09-09 brought another baby to the Veritas class- Miss Sarah Anne Hearn. Can't wait to meet her, and would you believe her stud of a mother only had to push for 12 minutes and go through 2 contractions? God sure answered their prayers! As far as my sisters are concerned, this week also brings Liz's 19th birthday and Julianne's 21st (look out!) We are getting old, but each chapter of life just gets more and more fun...
P.S. does anyone know how I can change my title from boring Times New Roman bold to something more...organic? A flowy cursive or a simple papyrus-type font? Ally...I know you know how...help!
P.P.S Not even going to jump into the health care debate (mainly because I don't get most of it...) or any other opinions, because I do have them here and there, but all that aside, what was all the fuss over Obama's speech to the kiddos at school? I read the text and thought it was fantastic...maybe because it struck a chord with me and the message I tried so desperately to impart on my own students, but still, it was darn good.
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