Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Just a little update

So, I took little Jacob to his first politically conservative function this past Monday... Yes, yes, I know. He's not even here yet and I'm already indoctrinating him. Yes, we start 'em off early!

My mom and I went to a talk summit hosted by a local radio station, KSKY. Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, and Hugh Hewitt were the speakers. It was a lot of fun, but loooong. And the hard, plastic chairs did little for the sciatic nerve pain, but I wouldn't have missed it for anything.

Here's a pic from Monday... Me and Dennis Prager. Very. Tall. Man. I look like a hobbit standing next to him.

On to other matters, for those who are interested, Jacob's birthday should be July 25th. That's the date of the scheduled c-section. And I cannot wait. I am more than ready to have this kid on the outside of my body, thank you very much. As most who know me know, I have not enjoyed the whole pregnancy experience.... at all. There are some women (my sister/cousin, Jenn) who LOVED being pregnant... and then there are people like me (and my little sister/cousin Lindsay) who do NOT LOVE being pregnant... If I've said it once, I'll say it many more times, God invented adoption for people like me.

Anyway, enough griping.

Is it 2009 yet? I am more than ready for the last half of the final season of Battlestar Galactica... I am not a naturally patient person (hush, all those of you who are snickering) and this whole 'have the mid-season finale in June and wait until 2009 to air the last episodes' thing is from the devil. But, it does give me plenty of time to indoctrinate the hubby. Silver lining, I suppose.


penny lane said...

I am so glad we went. Long....but well worth the money. Those three men are the most intellectually brilliant, provocative, and honest people to present the conservative cause I have ever heard. How any liberal with a modicum of intelligence could listen to them and not change sides is beyond my imagination! I share Prager's more pragmatic (& somewhat negative) view on the future of American society. Time will tell.

Hugo said...

RUN JACOB RUN AWAY before it is to late... Save yourself!!! :)