Day 2

Lent:  Day 2

Well, technically, I’m into my third day…I think.  I was meaning to post a few hours back, but I got caught up in some drama.  It’s not bad considering that I am welcoming all kinds of distractions.

There was also some kind of crazy thing when you’re in college called homework that I had to complete before midnight central time as well.  What’s up with that?  LOL.  Anyway, that was what I was doing.

Yesterday…only now it’s the day before…I went to the beach with a friend of mine and her kids.  Then today on this fine gloomy day, I invited her over with her kids to watch a movie.  I have all these crafts for kids to play with from my preschool teaching days.

A picture of us at the beach the day before yesterday. We got burnt. LOL


There is glitter all over my house now.  I told the girls it’s absolutely glitter-ific…LOL!

…Anyway, back to Lent.

Well, I didn’t have any dreams about Facebook, but oddly enough I had a dream of the kid who plays Clark in Smallville.  I found that truly weird considering I never really watch that show.  I catch the ending of it because I’m gearing up for the good ole Winchester boys of Supernatural.  As you know, it replaced my Charmed addiction. LOL

One addiction at a time, right.  Speaking of addictions, have you noticed everywhere you go in cyber world, there is a Facebook “like” button?  Wow!  I’m trying to nurse my addiction, and there it is, dangling in my face.  Serendipity at its finest as I put it.

Well, with that being said, I shall go now.  I think one of these lent blogs should be a video. I’ll have to make one when I’m not being so lazy.

Here’s a question for you:

If you participated in Lent, how are you doing so far?  Do you ever find that what you are trying to fight is right in front of you all the time?




One thought on “Day 2

  1. Hi Diana,

    My apologies I haven’t been around, got caught up in some dramas of my own.
    I like the photo of you and your friend. Having glitter all over the house at the end of day is certainly a day well spent in my book. 🙂

    I don’t participate in Lent. It’s not a part of my/religion.
    I do admire though what you are trying to do. I am a strong advocate for limited time on-line. We all too easily get waaay too caught up in it and there is so much going on around us that we miss out on when we get caught up in social networking.
    Balance. I think it’s a great way to keep in touch and share intrests but it shouldn’t take over your life.

    I’m very proud of you and the effort you’ve put into finding that balance. I hope it continues to go well for you.

    Ohhh and my best wishes to you too with you college course. I hope the homework isn’t weighing you down too much.



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