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Happy Feet (& August begins...)

In just 3 short hours!  Unbelievable that August 1st is right now and I can hardly believe it!

Although time may seem to fly by - I did just watch Happy Feet for the first time.  I know what you're thinking, "Welcome to 2012 Katie - Happy Feet's been out on DVD now for just a little under six years.  You been living under a rock?"  WELL, I haven't been, but I am glad I watched - pretty much just in time for the second one to come out, although I probably have about 6 years until I'm due to watch it!  HA HA!

Another movie I want to watch (that I haven't seen) is:

I'm not even sure what this movie is actually about...although it's been out for 2 years, so maybe 2016 would be a good time for me to watch it!  But seriously, hopefully this Friday night will be a good time for MG and I to watch.  Not on Netflix and not in might need to rent it on amazon instant.

Finally, after a grueling day with the Missionaries of Charity, 120 little kids, 10 youth/young adults, at the pool and their house, I am READY for bed!  I even started the day at 6:30 this morning with a RUN at the gym!  I'm on the 2nd day of the 2nd week of my 5K training!  It's getting so hard...I hope that it gets a little easier as the week and weeks go on.  Tomorrow I'll be there again in the AM before working in the office, hanging with the sisters & the children, then middle school youth group!  WHAT a day already!

Two Quotes to leave you with:

* Your Christianity is measured by how well you love the people who can't stand you. (Luke 6:32)

* Any concern too small to be turned into a prayer is too small to be made into a burden.  Corrie ten Boom


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