I'll do it in the next couple of days. Today is an especially busy day for me. I'm getting things together for a mutual craft night, and then our ward calendaring meeting after mutual.
I unsubscribed from LDS Gems and Youth LDS gems, so I am either really really going to hell, or I'm totally off the hook. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
My current pet peeve: The word literally. Look, I know I'm not a writer - and I'm fully aware that the grammatical and punctuational errors in this blog alone would take an army of teachers with arsenals of red pencils to correct, so I don't generally spend a lot of time correcting other people's grammar and what not.
But I do think it's generally a good policy to know the meaning of the words you use. And just FYI, the word "literally" is not a substitute for saying "really really". It's a word that tells the reader or listener that you are not using a figure of speech.
A couple of days ago a friend who should have known better ( she has a college degree in journalism for Pete's sake) Told me that on her vacation, it was LITERALLY raining cats and dogs. And I'm thinking how unpleasant that must have been. I hope she didn't get hit by any shitzus.
*******I took the hymn book home and donated the money. Though if I had mentioned the doodling idea to the girls, I'm sure it would have been a hit.
I'm getting excited about having Buddy and Hannah home for Christmas. They're both contemplating some life changes, so it will be exciting to see their choices. It will be good to have everyone back together for a little while, though.
Are the Word Verifications on people's comment pages getting longer and longer? I swear it takes me more time to copy the dang letters than it does to write my comment. Maybe that's saying more about my mad commenting skilz than about the word verification.
OK forget I brought it up.
Still can't find my pearls. ( sigh...)
*******Do I sound crabby today? I don't mean to. I'm just antsy about getting everything done. Maybe getting off the internet would be a good start. Ya think? See you tomorrow!