Monday, September 22, 2008

Comments?

Testing....testing....123.... Don't you love when people say that as they tap a microphone? Anyway, that is essentially what I am doing with this post. The "comments" portion on my blog page is not working - or at least, it did not work on my last post so I am posting this to see if it will work. If it works, leave a comment about my last post. If it does not work, call me to see if I have chucked my computer out the window, yet.

7 comments:

Teri said...

It's working here, but still not on the previous one -- I did notice since I'm chatty Kathy and always want to comment...

Teri said...

Okay, whoops - you wanted the comments about your last post. Your posts just hit home a little too much for me - I think I have to quit reading your blog (HA HA). But we do share some of the same issues, and I really appreciate your awareness of what the real issues are (like wanting a clean house above all else) - those realizations are tough ones. But I will pray for you.
Thanks for blogging - I love hearing about your life!

Cindy said...

Your'e a chip off the old block. I wanted so badly to work on my lovebug's quilt yesterday but of course the laundry nor the chores were done yet so I didn't allow myself to do it.
My suggestion to you is to hire a full time nanny and housekeeper so you can enjoy your babies. If I were rich I would pay , anything for my girl . I love you and you're the best writer in all of the world! and of course the best mommy too!

Laura said...

Heather, I totally struggle with resting too...I wish I was a little more obsessed with having a clean house, but....I do think rest and enjoying our families is vital in this season of life. I'm sure we will all have regrets or things we would have done different but we don't want these years to fly by and wonder why we didn't enjoy them more.

Kristal aka:The Ringmaster said...

ditto laura, very well said!

Kristal

Carol H. said...

I have had a problem trying to comment. I thought it was just me as I could not remember what to do. I also struggle with "a clean house syndrom". But I also self-talk when I am starting to feel that way so at times, not all the time, I will let things go to do family things. I don't think Matt inherited that obsession, so that is a good thing? I too will pray for you in that respect now. Thank you for being so open--it shows a sign of your self-assurance; you know we (friends and family)love you and accept you as you are even on Sundays! Carol H.

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