Thursday, February 10, 2011

i sort of love conjuncta{freakin'}vitis...

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let it go,
let it roll right off your shoulder
don't you know
the hardest part is over

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let it in,
let your clarity define you
in the end
we will only just remember how it feels

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our lives are made
in these small hours
these little wonders,
these twists & turns of fate

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time falls away,
but these small hours,
these small hours still remain

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let it slide,
let your troubles fall behind you
let it shine
until you feel it all around you

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and i don't mind
if it's me you need to turn to
we'll get by,
it's the heart
that really matters in the end

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our lives are made
in these small hours
these little wonders,
these twists & turns of fate

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time falls away,
but these small hours,
these small hours
still
remain

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all of my regret
will wash away some how
but i can not forget
the way i feel right now

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in these small hours
these little wonders
these twists & turns of fate
*
time falls away but these small hours
these small hours, still remain,
still remain.

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...these little wonders still remain
{Rob Thomas ~ Little Wonders.}

The house is a wreck,
my sink is not shiny,
it's 3:13 pm, and yep...
still in my bathrobe.
But man, it was a good day.

The pink eye is clearing up
and we have reveled in a
gloriously lazy day full of
pancakes with too much syrup,
basking in window-sun,
wii tournaments,
and shooting a gratuitous
{and frankly ridiculous}
number of nakey-baby-pics. 

I love being a mom, do you? Tell me why. Link up and share!
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Add a button to your site.
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I hope you will participate.
Enjoy the journey {and share as you go.}


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7 comments:

Life with Kaishon said...

I love being a mom because every day is special. Sometimes they are redundant. Sometimes they are annoying. Always they are special!
Nakey baby pictures are GLORIOUS! The baby is so cute. I can barely stand it!

Buckeroomama said...

I love being a mom and I never thought that I would love being one. I love rediscovering the joy and wonder of life through the kiddies' eyes. There are wonderful days and not-so-wonderful days, but like Becky said, each day is special. :)

Being a parent myself made me finally truly appreciate my own parents.

Oh, and you can never have too many nakey baby pictures --especially if the baby is as gorgeous as T!

Sarah said...

Love being a mom -- most days, it is my proudest title; some days, I wish I could change my name; but all days, I love my kiddos with every fiber of my being. And I agree that you can never have too many nakey-baby pictures :)

Celeste said...

my link is to Jessica's amazing coverage of Abram's birth. That was literally my favorite day of all my days. I feel so bad for men that they can never have the incredibly powerful/humbling experience of growing a PERSON & giving them life! I want to do it again & again & again & again & again. but maybe not have that many kids....
the most fulfilling & empowering thing i've ever ever done.

LOVE

American in Norway said...

Ummm ... ya I LOVE being a mom.. but my post was about what a BAD dad Bjørn is... thus making me a GOOD mom by default..RIGHT?
Just kidding.. my babies are my EVERYTHING..& I try to make sure they know it each & every day of their lives...

Shannan said...

Being a mom is the greatest thing I have ever done. These little kiddos are worth everything. After working part time with my first child, I relish all the lazy, successful, fun, entertaining and all around special moments we spend together. I honest love being at home with my little ones, they are my happiness and I just love them to death.

Melissa said...

Being a mom is the most rewarding and most difficult job I have ever had! I love the experiences my children bring to me, the love, joy, anxiety, fear, and happiness. I remember a day with one of my good friends{before I had my own kiddos}. She turned to me, while playing with her adorable daughter, and said *it is amazing the amount of joy children can give you!* I try to remember that everyday, and find a time, everyday, to experience it!