Jan 052011
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I keep thinking of things that I want to blog about. Usually at 2 am.

I met my Read 52 Books in 52 Weeks goal. (I read exactly 52!)

I feel odd not having a New Year’s Goal post, but  I haven’t made any specific goals. I can make one later of course, but that just seems wrong to my perfectionist nature.

On the home front, our Christmas decorations are all packed away.

The most liked Christmas gift was the Wii Fit Plus. It was actually for me, but the kids and my husband LOVE it.

I love my iPod touch.  I took it with me to the hospital and made updates to Facebook. That is kind of weird, I know.

Another great use for the iPod is reading the Bible. I am attempting to read the Bible in 90 Days (I’m not officially signed up for the challenge.)  My reading for each day is automatically updated. It’s definitely an excellent use of all the time I’m spending nursing.

There is no school going on right now. My husband did put a bunch of educational programs in our Netflix instant cue, so we will try to learn something every day.

I’m spending a lot of my time looking at this little face…

I can’t believe my baby boy is 1 week old already!

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  4 Responses to “So much to say, so little time”

  1. We like the Wii Fit too. I got an IPod for Christmas too,
    hubby totally surprised me. I like the free Bible apps that are out
    there, though I don’t use it as much as I should. Your baby boy is
    beautiful. 🙂 JoAnn

  2. We love netflix! But that baby is enough of an educational
    experience. LOL Hims is so cute and wonderful!

  3. Sounds like you are making great use of your time!

    I love the look of your blog! I could never figure out how to do so much with mine.

    Blessings to you and your family

  4. What a beauty! Enjoy these days!


    Annie Kate

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