Yeah, I've been slacking. Horribly. And it's kind of been a crappy day (a woman pushed me on the subway because I didn't realize I was on her foot and no one would let us out of the car) and I prayed and I'm feeling better. So I should be happy that I'm alive, I have a home, and I have food (a banana too).
This may be a work in progress since it's before noon, but I'll start now.
My happy moments for today:
1) I have a wonderful husband who will say ridiculous things to get me in a better mood. And who will placate me with almost anything. He's also pretty good when I say things like, "Let's move to Cambodia and open an orphanage" or "Let's teach English in Africa".
2) There is a prayer application on Facebook and the verse that it chose today was really nice. It made me feel a lot better about today. Psalm 42:11
3) I still get overtime. Gotta look at the little things, right? And I get to make a dessert for our International Luncheon at church. I'm going to look up some crazy recipes now :)
I never thought I'd want a kid. Now, whenever we walk through the park, we point out small children that I would like to grab and raise as my own. Obviously, this is not the best way to acquire a child. Turns out though, I'm still too young to adopt. Which is fine. Steve doesn't want to raise children in Manhattan anyway (and I agree with him more and more each day). So we're looking at international adoption once I turn 25/we've been married for 3 years (only two months apart in 2010). Steve says I like to plan things early. I do. Darn it. So I've already started looking at programs.
China and Taiwan are right out. I mean, I could wait until I'm 30, I guess. Maybe. So that leaves Korea, Peru, Thailand, Ethiopia, and...Russia. I'm going to start praying about it now. Never too early to start the prayers!!