a spoof and a song

I’m off for a few days for family time as everyone will be home before they head back to college. I thought I would end on this light note, a spoof from SNL. I’ve alluded in an earlier post to The Secret before, so naturally I loved this parody.
Check it out here

Maybe you’re at a crossroad in your life, too. Each fall, I have to figure out again just how to let go. Three grown children head off in different directions and it’s back to Mike and me and the dog and the closet kitty. The best way I’ve found is to seize the moment when they are here, so I’ll be back after God and I deal again with “How to Say Goodbye.”

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5 thoughts on “a spoof and a song

  1. Annie,

    Thanks so much for your comment on my blog. My heart was very tender yesterday and your words ministered to me. Across the miles, here in cyberspace you were Christ (though the computer) to me! Just what I needed.

    Crazy for Christ,
    ~Cheryl

  2. Oh my goodness. I just stumbled across your blog from the blog at LPM. I watched the first video and laughed so hard I scared the dog! Then went to the second one a balled my eyes out. I now think the dog is hopelessly confused and need therapy (tee hee).

    I have two in college now. I took my first away to college last year and am now facing that again. It’s comforting to know that we all go through the different stages of life and that our LORD and Savior is right there beside us providing comfort and a HUGE shoulder to cry on.

    A bloggin’ Siesta in Sizzlin’ St. Louis,
    ~Cheryl

  3. OK – Miss A, that’s it, as soon as I clicked on the video – I knew which one it was – not today, just not going to listen to that today. My big girl is going to be a Mama and she is sooo far away from me – she has already called her Dad once today, and I have three missed calls from her. My little Potato Chip – if God blesses her health – will be moving to SC to complete her degree in nursing right after Christmas. Ahhh, the hurt this brings to the Mother’s heart, as it swells with love and pride for what they are doing. Such conflicting feelings – just not going to watch that video again!! KB

  4. Oh, Dear! I sat and cried all over again remembering how empty I felt when our sons left home – I’d sit in their rooms and cry! The song is beautiful – if we didn’t love them so much it wouldn’t hurt so much – there’s the catch:)Take care, Annie. I’ll be thinking about you.

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