Monday, August 8, 2011

Monday Musings - August 8, 2011

1. Congress needs a lesson in money management. If you threaten not to pay your bills, your credit rating may be owe red. Wy is that a surprise? All of the rest of We the People have to deal with this reality.

2. Here is an interesting point on the lowering of the US credit rating by S&P: they must believe that the US could someday violate the 14th Amendment to the Constitution which states, "The validity of the public debt of the United States . . . shall not be questioned."

3. My thoughts and prayers today continue to be with and for the families, friends, and comrades of those heroic service members killed in the helicopter shoot down in Afghanistan on Saturday.

4. There was something really fun and special about pushing Lucas around the house in a child's shopping cart the other night and hearing him laugh continuously and demands more. Of course, Chris and the dog Ben were part of the action, too. Who knew that something so simple could be so much fun?

5. I finally got to relax a bit in the pool yesterday--it was fun just to nap in a floatie in the sun and shed the cares of the world.

6. Over the weekend, I reinstalled the TV in our bedroom--we had been missing it after the "While you were out" style makeover that Tina and Patrick did for us while we were on vacation. Suffice it to say--it was not entirely simple.

7. We had an interesting discussion about difficult questions in church yesterday. One thing to remember--always be sure that the question is understood the same way by both parties.

8. It came to me thin morning, I rally enjoy my morning time with the dog and cats as I write because it gives me a chance to organize my thoughts and to get ready for the day ahead form the perspective of the day gone by after a night's sleep.

9. I love the way my dog looks at me--total devotion and preparedness for whatever it is I think we should do.

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