Some bloggers have a theme for all 26 posts in April; others just wing it. Me, I think I'll spontaneously* plan to do something like this.
Week 1: Randomness (4/1-4/7, A-G)Considering that I'm already a day late, I've decided to combine A & B into one (short) post.
Week 2: Serialize a very short and likely absurd story (4/9-4/14, H-M)
Week 3: Various Musings (4/16-4/21, N-S)
Week 4: Undecided (4/23-4/28, T-Y)
Week 5: Conclusion (4/30, Z)
-----my daughter's name begins with A. Avonlea will be 10 months on April 9, and I'm sad to say that it's been an incredibly quick ten months. Hard to believe just how much she's grown and developed. She's learned to crawl (kind of) just last week, but her mobility is currently limited to a mere few inches. She's also now sprouting fangs from the top of her mouth, though they're just barely through the gums. At her 9-month appointment last week, she weighed 13lb-15oz, which puts her below the 3rd-Percentile mark on weight charts, but she's doing fine and healthy. Mostly just a slobber factory at present.
I'm very blessed to have a daughter like her, and I look very much forward to watching her grow up.
I've always been the type of person to wear a ball cap. I remember being told repeatedly growing up that wearing a hat would make me go bald. My response was always the same: "Yeah, well when I'm bald, I'll still be wearing a hat, so what's it matter?" Apparently people were right, as I began going bald in college. (It could have been engineering school, too.) But I still wear hats, except at church, where I sit on the stage beneath the lights and play guitar, usually positioned in such a way that my head is down and a heavenly glow is likely reflecting from my top.
*Can one spontaneously plan something?