Friday, November 02, 2007

Hey everyone! Don't worry, I'm still alive and not in Nashville. Even though I had a great time, I love my home and I'm glad to be back in the normal routine. That celebrity lifestyle is just sooooo exhausting! Give me sweats and toilet bowl brushes and macaroni and cheese please! (Just not all at once!) I'll blog about details of the second night when I feel more like writing. I haven't been in a very good mood lately and I'm tired of being emotional all the time. I have been flip-flopping between crying uncontrollably to being really pissed-off. And, yes, Erica, you can translate that as "I love you," but I'm so tired of this @#*! drama I'm ready for the curtain to come down already! I just wanted to get something up here before I'm hunted down and arrested by the blog police.

Oh, and one more thing...

Heaven is filled with absolute trust and confidence in God. Earth is filled with absolute mistrust and unbelief and you and I always reflect the world we are most aware of. Thanks to Bill Johnson for that.

4 comments:

God's Warrior Bride said...

I'm glad you are willing to give up the celebrity lifestyle for much more important things like macaroni and toilet bowl brushes. I was beginning to wonder if I was the only one living the good life.
However, crying and being pissed is a "FINE ART" and this past couple of weeks I have had a lot of practice at it. So, since I seem to have perfected the "FINE ART" of crying and being pissed off, does it make me a celebrity?

Pamelotta said...

Wow! I didn't realize the two were related. I guess I should have seperated my thoughts with those things, what do you call them...oh yeah, paragraphs!

Oh, what the heck, if you can cry like a celebrity then go ahead and be one! We can all be one!

Aaron & Rachel said...

Yes, the blog police were about to arrest you!! They were on the way to your house this morning!! But don't worry. I called and told them that you blogged so they headed to the next person! ;)

Yes, I agree. . . emotional week & what to write about lately. It will all work out. I do love that quote, though!! How true is that?!?

Start World Hunger said...

I'm glad you're back...and I'm glad you're honest.