Saturday, February 25, 2012
7 Quick Takes a little late
1 - This is a bit of an odd song, but one that I've loved for a long time. I hope you like it, too.
2 - In case you missed Rose and my live television interview here is the link for CatholicTV's This Is the Day. We begin around 8:10. We were supposed to Skype in so I actually used the blow dryer. Bennet had to ask what it was, that's how infrequently it is used. And then no one saw my nice hair. Oh well.
3 - A little while ago I asked to borrow a maternity dress for the Behold Conference. I put the request up on Facebook and about a week later I had about 9 new-to-me dresses and several tunics/shirts to wear for the rest of the pregnancy. Facebook - I love you! (When I don't hate you and the way you suck the life out of me.)
4 - I have this sorta cheesy book - The One Hundred Greatest Poems. I got it when I was in college and loved it then. But after college I was so tired of reading that I barely read for, well, for years. But recently I picked it back up because it would be simple and a no-commitment read. But instead I've fallen back in love with a lot of the poems and I am hungry to read more. I like how they demand to be read slowly, weighing the significance of each word. It's very different from the majority of the articles, blogs, and simple books I've been reading the last few years.
5 - My favorite, I think, is Dulce Et Decorum Est. Maybe you read it years ago in some Brit Lit class. Read it. The end is the best.
6 - All of yesterday and today I've been praying for my friends R and N. R was induced today and I keep checking to see if she's had their baby yet. Please say a prayer for them, too, please. It's been a long, hard, emotional journey for them.
7 - The registration deadline for the Behold Conference is coming up, ladies - March 1st! Make sure you register - scholarships are still available if money is making you hesitate. The day is going to be so phenomenal - I sincerely hope you can be a part of it. And, if any of you bloggity people out there come please introduce yourself! I'd love to meet some of my blogosphere friends!