Sunday, September 19, 2010

Where's Waldo?

Well - of course I'm not Waldo
(however, in the madhouse that is my life, sometimes I feel surrounded to the point of almost disappearing), but -

If any of the half-dozen or so people who read my blog have noticed a sharp decrease in my posting, well, there is a good reason. 

Actually, it is a bad reason. 

It is because I have misplaced, or maybe even accidentally threw my camera away.  So, anything with a photo that I have posted since late August has been from my cell phone.  And, there are more terrible cell phone shots on Facebook that my FB friends have all witnessed. 

So, in the meantime, all my blogging time, such as it is, (in between taking care of kids, home, yard, church callings, chauffeuring, gardening, canning and freezing, etc)  has been to just read other people's posts.    And today I read a post that pretty much sums up just how I feel about what has been going on in this country.

If you are bored by political stuff, you may skip the rest of this post.

If you are frustrated by what is happening in this country that could erode our freedoms and compromise our way of life, please continue on.

Here is the link:

http://fuzislippers.blogspot.com/2010/09/american-dream.html

This article articulates what has been formulating and echoing around in my head for the past year and a half or so   . . .

How do you feel about it?

8 comments:

Cynthia said...

My camera was messed up for awhile and it's amazing how impossible it is to blog without a camera for photos! I'm still trying to get my camera back to where it needs to be so I get good shots all the time. I hope you find or replace yours soon!

Pedaling said...

I could not live without my camera. i think I'd have to go and buy a cheapie or something.
Never bored with political stuff- and fuzzy, Oh My, she is good. this was just more of some of her best.
exactly how I feel,as well!

WomanHonorThyself said...

sweet blog..God bless u all~!

M-Cat said...

Great blog link. Love her words!

Just ME the MOM said...

Summarizes very well so many of the thoughts rumbling around in my head - arrrggg! Seriously such frustrating situations.

Kristin

wendy said...

good article by fuzislippers

I took a bunch of cool family photos this summer, and my camera went on the fritz and I lost them all. I was heartbroken.

seems like everything technological in my life is NOT WORKING these days

Joey @ Big Teeth and Clouds said...

Losing my camera is one of my nightmares! I hope you get a replacement soon. That's the one piece of technology I just can't live without!

*LyndiLou* said...

Ohhh... so sorry to hear about your camera. Maybe it'll find it's way home one day. :( I'll wear black tomorrow to mourn your loss. :)