I haven't been in the mood to blog for a long time now. I have started several posts on various subjects, mostly they have centered how our world was turned up side down in 2010, and then right back up. I've wanted to share what little knowledge I've gained going through the past 14 months of unemployment. How my faith has grown, how I feel my husband and I have gotten closer and all the blessings that has come from this trial. I thought about sharing my feelings about my husband going back to school and fulfilling his dream of becoming an attorney. Or maybe my feelings of being a "single mom" during the week as my husband works full time, commutes and has night class. How I am trying to stay positive and doing a lot of positive self talk about our new challenges. But to be honest with you all of that overwhelms me. I don't feel like writing a blog about my feelings, sometimes I am not even sure what they are. I can't try to be witty, funny and find a creative way to express myself. So instead I am just going to tell a funny story of my adorable 5 year old.
I surprised him with a trip to the doctor for his kindergarten exam. After getting 2 shots (also a surprise) we had this conversation:
LG: "Mom, that lady who gave me the shots broke both my bones!"
Me: laughing, "No sweetie, if she broke your bones you wouldn't be able to walk."
LG: "Yes she did break my bones!"
Me: "Honey, I promise you she didn't break you bones, when she gave you the shots."
LG: Realizing he wasn't going to win this argument finally relented and said:" Well then she cracked them."
I couldn't stop laughing at his perception of reality. He really thought she broke his bones. What a cutie!