I just wanted to say thanks for all the words of affirmation from you guys about the charming qualities of my "randomness." :) Only sort of tongue in cheek, I'm sure! But seriously, though, I have had a week worthy of forgetting and I really couldn't have picked a better time to post something that prompted all of you to affirm that I'm not a nut-job.
And on a note of further randomness, my darling husband has been on the project from outer space and sometimes that's where I want to send him. He's working 60 hour weeks, has about 1/4 of an attention span (of an already only barely functioning attention span to start with) and is consumed by work right now. I know that it won't last. I'm not complaining, really, I'm not. I'm so thankful that he has a job, particularly one where he is so needed at this particular time because we went into this year uncertain of where the economy would take his business. We were afraid in January that there would be lay-offs, but in reality, he's been blessed to be on a project that required ALOT of him, which was a direct answer to prayer, so truly truly I am not complaining about the way in which God answered our prayer for job security this year. But, there are some things that go along with a husband who is an IT project manager AND who is never home anymore. So, randomly, I decided to start making a list of things that happen when you are in this situation. Lucky you! :)
#1 you get to make important family decisions via text messaging conversations! (This actually happened to me yesterday, by the way. Lucky me! :)