Wednesday, July 9, 2008

I taught the weeping willow how to cry, cry, cry...

I apologize in advance for this horrifying image; its just that currently, I have nothing else to write about because a lingering case of conjunctivitis has comandeered my every thought and action. While certainly not life threatening or even the least bit serious, it has been just annoying to enough to taint my relatively rosy outlook with a great deal of grumpiness. It is a good thing we now have our doctor's phone number on speed dial because, evidentally, it is my turn to earn the coveted "Star Patient" sticker. Somebody, please, come and douse our germy home in antibiotics!

6 comments:

Fr. James Early said...

Wow! Your eyes are VERY green!

I'll pray for swift and complete healing.

How's the book coming?

Sh. Kelleylynn said...

Molly, I remember a year just like yours...and the following was episode free. Hang in there "as this too shall pass"

About your book: I am stating that I would like to be one of the first on the waiting list to purchase an autographed copy.

Molly Sabourin said...

The book...oh my, the book is nearly finished but I would so appreciate your prayers as I work on the last two chapters. Its the darndest thing, but I don't think the kids are picking up on the urgency of my completing the manuscript. They keep wanting to do stuff besides sit silently and watch me type. :)
You never know, Kelleylynn, I may just show up at your student housing door and hand you the book myself if, God willing, the project is completed soon!

Fr. James Early said...

Is Troy thinking about seminary?

Molly Sabourin said...

We actually did think about it once, a long time ago, but never felt particularly led in that direction. One year, five years, ten years can change everything, however. We are trying to faithful day by day.

Audrey said...

Good plan!