Ch'yeah, it's Friday, friends! There is a three-tiered happiness level going on right now, since...1) it's basically the weekend 2) it's a three day weekend and 3) it's a three day weekend where my family, some friends and I will be doing that Civil War reenacting thing we do at a really awesome place. So, expect some pictures of me and my peeps circa 1860's coming next week!
I feel like I'm behind in my posting lately, since I still haven't posted the totally adorbs photos of my niece's birthday from like three weeks ago or the photos of Wednesday night when my sisters and I went to that park I told you about and played on the playground like wild women, which resulted in me and my wimpy back needing a visit to the chiropractor. Yeesh, I'm falling apart already. I'm too young to die.
On a totally unrelated topic, anybody have thoughts on Michael Buble's newest album? I have lots of thoughts, some of them being "Oh wow, I love this cd!" "I can't stop listening to this cd!," and "best album EVER!" Although I have to admit to being slightly surprised at a lyrical choice on the second to last song - anybody know what I'm talking about? But otherwise, I'm in love. On repeat.
So, in other minor news, you're looking at the future Miss Kellie, Sunday School teacher for the 1st & 2nd graders at my church. It's been over 5 years since I did my two-year ministry stint as a traveling children's minister and frankly, I'm missing working with kids. I'd originally hoped to teach the 2 & 3 year olds, since my niece and nephew are in that class, but someone else got there first. Which is actually probably good, since the Auntie Kellie part of me would find favoritism very hard to beat.
So, this post served no purpose other than to say all the above, which wasn't really all that exciting. Oh well, The fact that it's Friday should make up for it.
Happy Friday and I know that I for one am very grateful for the people who've fought for us and our way of life in ways that I've never even imagined. Thanks, heroes!
P.S. The post title is a line from my favorite number on Michael's new album. Go listen to it.