Monday, April 17, 2006

Thinking . . . . .

and yet nothing is coming out.

Burning questions:

Funny thing is that I'm pretty sure each of you are dealing with some form of the questions above. Don't you love how life is so individual and yet so much the same.

Sorry so brief today (ha, bet you didn't think I could actually type this few words). Looking for inspiration, anybody want to share?


Blogger steve said...

I think "life" pretty much hits us all

4/17/2006 11:57 AM  
Blogger Aim Claim said...

So, I was looking at the illustration on your blog... so do you really drink coffee and eat toast each morning as you sit in front of your computer?

4/17/2006 12:01 PM  
Blogger Katie said...

ha, yes Aims, I in fact do sit at my hot pink desk in my bunny slippers eating toast and jam, sipping coffee and typing away, although my eyebrows are not a light blonde color

4/17/2006 12:04 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

So is it:

Life, Job, Move?
Life, Move, Job?
Move, Job, Life?
Job, Move, Life?

What order?

How about just Life? The rest... does it really matter?

Just making you think... ;)

4/17/2006 12:05 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Oh and...

Pshaw! Do you even HAVE hot pink bunny slippers?

4/17/2006 12:13 PM  
Blogger Amstaff Mom said...

Tea, with, jam and bread.
With jam and bread
With jam..and...breeeeeeeaaaad.

Sorry, a little Sound of Music there after reading the toast and jam thing.

You already know where I want you to move. :)

4/17/2006 1:18 PM  
Blogger Kristi said...

I went to check out Pride and Prejudice like you recommended, and both stores I went to were all out for the weekend! =( Guess I have to wait to enjoy that "brooding yumminess"!

4/17/2006 1:19 PM  
Blogger Kristi said...

And, yes, I'm ignoring your questions about life/job/move because I hoping if I ignore those up-coming decisions, they will go away. ha ha ha.

4/17/2006 1:21 PM  
Blogger Bobby said...

I totally know what you mean. Well, except for the moving part. We here in Kentuckiana (the northern area of Kentucky and southernmost Indiana, centered, culturally, by Louisville) know that we've found the Promised Land.

Except in seasons when neither UofL nor IU amount to a hill of beans on the basketball court.

4/17/2006 1:23 PM  
Blogger Katie said...

oh Bobby, someone misinformed you, Texas, yes TEXAS is indeed the promised land, don't worry many people get confused on this

4/17/2006 1:50 PM  
Blogger Katie said...

Kristi - Ah Ha, avoidance does not make the questions go away, TRUST ME, I've tried and yet there they are lurking in the corner chanting your name and making faces at you, stupid questions

4/17/2006 1:51 PM  
Blogger Tim Rice said...

With the exception of a blessed minority, I think most of us continue to ask what we really want to do with our lives. And I don't know that that is all bad. It keeps us open to possibilities that we might not consider otherwise.

Oh, and by the way, the promised land resides in Pennsylvania at the Promised Land State Park in the Pocono Mountains. ;)

4/17/2006 3:39 PM  
Blogger Bobby said...

Katie, I totally know what you're saying about Texas, but the thing is, we have a restaurant chain here in Louisville called Texas Roadhouse. It's got all the best parts of Texas, right in one eating establishment! We can even throw peanut shells right on the floor! They don't mind!

So really, it's the best of both worlds. It's a little slice of Texas in Louisville, minus the rattlesnakes and oppressing heat.

But ya'll have the Dallas Cowboys and Austin City Limits. I'll give you that.

4/18/2006 7:24 AM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

I can only "slightly" relate to pretty much all of the above. :)

4/19/2006 12:55 PM  
Blogger Tony Myles said...

Move to Portage, Michigan and start a new church with me and my buddies.

There... problem solved.

4/20/2006 12:38 AM  

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