Friday, March 11, 2011

It'll Be Random.....

This is me and my Dragon. I've had him since I was very little. He's cute - his sense of style is slightly wild, though, as you can see. He's a little on the ditzy side, but still lovable. I like my Dragon. For a while I wanted to get rid of him because I though he was crazy, but, as I sat on the floor going through my old Beanie Babies, I picked him up, gazed at him a few minutes, and realized it would be a heart breaker to send that adorable, multi-colored Baby away. He was too cute to let go!

     Okay, that was a little on the random side, but...I wanted to tell an old story, so I did. =)
Today's been pretty good...a little lonely, though. It was just me, myself and I.
I cleaned the quiet house, and decided it was TOO quiet, so first I sang at the top of my lungs (huh! They probably heard me at the top of the world!), and then I put in my Epic Score CD, turned it up loud, and as I scrubbed away at pots and pans, envisioned scenes that would be soooo cool put to that music.
Then I folded clothes, and naturally, chatted with the imagined characters sitting on the couch or helping me to put the towels away. That was fun... :)
Then I decided to make some cookies. Peanut butter cookies. It would be nice for them to come home and find freshly baked cookies, I thought. So, I went to work...this time pretending that I was making them with my best friend and having a blast. (Call me crazy, I know!!! But hey, what do you expect when there's no one else to talk to???)
     I've also been keeping up with that tsunami that hit Japan all day - if you haven't heard about it, you need to go to Fox News and look. It's so sad. It was a huge tsunami off the coast of Japan, and then it hit Alaska and Hawaii, and parts of the West Coast. When mama woke me up this morning, after a bout of grumbling on my part, she said, "You need to come watch this video - a tsunami hit Japan." The first thing I said, after a moment of slight shock, was
"Are they alright?"
I got up and watched the videos. I wanted to cry. It was so sad. After we watched them for several minutes, mama said a prayer, and I had my emotional break down for the week. I cried. I had to. It wouldn't be right not to. It hurt.
Please pray for all of those many have died and still will.
What will it take for them to wake up and realize that there is a God? This tsunami is huge, people - Japan, Alaska, Hawaii, now the West Coast.
....Please be praying for them.

Always Fighting,

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