Today is our three-year anniversary! To celebrate, we created a blog together! Lela has been hesitant to join the whole online social scene, but she said she might be interested in blogging. I figured if we were both going to input our brillant ideas and share our wonderful experiences, I should start a new blog...one that has both our names in the title. So, come check out:
...or maybe it's just to me.
Lately, Abigail has been obsessed with shoes. The first thing she says in the morning is usually "Shoes!". I think it's because she loves going outside and associates shoes with going outside. At some point during the day, she usually goes into our closet and puts on a pair of Lela's shoes and walks around the house in them. She sometimes grabs mine, but I think she prefers Lela's. I'm amazed that even if there is a pile of shoes or if two are in different places in the room (OK, fine. We haven't been cleaning up our room lately) she can still manage to find a matching pair. Yesterday she even pulled a Mr. Rogers. After getting home from church I went into her room to help her change. She took off her nice shoes and reached for her sneakers (she can take them off fine, but can't quite put them on yet). The other day when Lela brought her her shoes I swear she said, "Shoes! Heck yeah!" Lela doesn't believe me, but I know the truth.
OK, the title might be a little deceiving. Don't worry, my testimony is still strong. I'm actually just loosing faith in humanity lately, more specifically in some of the people frequenting our library bathrooms: toilet paper thieves and taggers.
Saturday I finally finished with the lights. Well, I finished the front part of the house and called it good. I was a little disappointed because sometime between when I first put them up and Saturday some of the lights went out. In fact, I'm so disappointed that I'm not even going to post a picture. Actually, the truth is that it's been so cold at night that I haven't taken a picture yet. I also finished hanging up the lights in Lela's office area. I think they turned out pretty well and now she can work on all of her little projects without being in the dark.