Thursday, July 06, 2006

Shiny, Happy People!

Thought you might care to know that - thanks to lots of good sleeping last night - I'm in a much better mood today. So Jennifer the Grouch is gone now. Yay! I don't like it when she comes over to play.

I was e-mailing with Lydia about hope and praying for God's guidance in our desires, so I thought I would add this verse about it:

But this I call to mind, and therefore I have hope:
The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases;
his mercies never come to an end;
they are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness.
"The LORD is my portion," says my soul,
"therefore I will hope in him."
- Lamentations 3:21-24 (ESV)

So, if what I'm hoping for isn't meant to be, I'll always have Him!

Some random thoughts:

I'm also happy because I get my baby back tomorrow night! Yippee!

And on a side note... Julie, I sincerely apologize for putting your name wrong on my blog links! I changed it today. I don't know what I was a thinkin'!

Anyway, have a great day everybody!


Becca said...

Yay! Jenn is back! Glad you were able to get some sleep.

Jenn Hacker said...

Yes, Jenn has returned. My mood was further greatly bolstered by a 1-liter Mt. Dew, grilled cheese sandwich and tomato soup for lunch, and some really yummy peanut butter M&M's for dessert after my lunch. The only good thing about Jamie being at Papaw's is that I get to eat all my favorite peanutty junk food! Yummmm!

Becca said...

OK, here's a weird question, and you might have told me this once--

Say you ate your favorite peanut butter M&Ms and then gave Jamie a kiss before brushing your teeth--would that cause a reaction?

Jenn Hacker said...

Jamie could potentially die, depending on how much peanut oil was on my lips and if I kissed him on the mouth or the cheek. There was a girl in Canada not too long ago who kissed her boyfriend then died because he had eaten a peanut butter and jelly sandwich that day.

Even if I just kissed him on the cheek, he could still have a nasty NASTY skin reaction. And there are cases where children exposed too often to an allergen actually absorbed the allergen through the skin. So I don't eat it ever if there's a chance I'll be anywhere near Jamie that day.

Becca said...

Very interesting. I didn't mean to morbid or anything; I was just naturally curious about oil transfer and impact.