There has been a little rain today.
My Itunes has been playing on shuffle since 11:00 o’clock this morning. It’s currently playing Mat Kearney (pronounced Karney). If you haven’t decided to enjoy his music, then you should probably start your Google search for him as soon as possible, he’s great.
Doesn’t rain just make you feel like taking a nap or sleeping. Just the sound of the rain upon the top of your roof or maybe outside your window on the ground. Bethany is taking a nap on the bed right now. I don’t really feel like sleeping, even though I probably should because I know we’re going to stay up late tonight to bring in the new year. You see, California doesn’t understand rain I think. I mean, I was born here, raised here, and live here now, but I just got back from being in Seattle the past couple of weeks. People in Seattle see rain as a normal part of life. You won’t see a weather guy in Seattle freaking’ out about rain coming to their area. But I have been watching the news the past couple of days and that’s about all I am seeing. “OH MY GOSH!!! RAIN IS COMING TO CALIFORNIA!!!” You would almost think King Kong was actually in town (and I don’t mean the movie, I mean the monster). I guess that’s enough about rain.
I’m sure I should probably be writing something about 2005, but nothing is really sticking out to me except getting married. Which, if one thing was going to happen in 2005, I would want it to be getting married. It’s been a good year, full of laughter, joy, honor, forgiveness, passion, regret, fun, and the like. Tomorrow is just another Sunday, another day to go to church and enjoy the people who walk this life along with me. I’m always excited to be alive. I’m always wanting to get more out of it. So if I had one memory about 2005, it would be getting married and our honeymoon. What’s your favorite memory from 2005? Post it! We’ll all read them and try to enjoy that memory with you.
Oh, and don’t worry, I’m not going to close this blog by saying “See yah next year!”
3 replies on “2005: Another Year, Another Blog”
Happy New Year to you two! I’d have to say that truely what is most on my heart is the Lord’s faithfulness to us, even though we don’t deserve it. We have watched Him sustain us and carry us through this last year with great providence. I can’t wait until He comes!
Blessings from us!
Witnessing shay getting married. good times.
Those are my blinds.