Apparently I'm in the mood to blog today, so I'll follow behind Janet and Heather.
I like that I'm going to have a baby by the end of the year, and that we're about 94% prepared for his arrival (which is good, because he's about 94% ready to be here). I also like feeling Asher kick, and trying to guess what's what in there. I'm pretty sure I can distinguish bottom from feet from hands from hiccups by now, but really, how would I ever know if I was right? I like guessing anyway.
I like that I'm not traveling this week. We both have the week off with no plans. Yay for us.
I like that Brian keeps me from taking life too seriously. Mostly I just like Brian in general, and I like that he likes me back.
I like that it's finally getting cooler here. 55* just feels more festive than 85*.
I like the Warm Vanilla Sugar smell from Bath and Body Works. And the tree picture that we got in Waynesville, NC, one time. They look and smell like home.
I like when Taylor brings a toy to you, but forgets that he wanted to play, and falls asleep sitting up with the toy in his mouth. I also like when he eases himself onto my lap very slowly, as though, if he moves one limb at a time, I won't notice that a 60 lb dog is now sitting on top of me.
I like my church.
I like when Morgan sends me forwards (but only Morgan, and only because it's Morgan. So don't get any ideas about sending me forwards after reading this).
I like the West Wing. But you already knew that, I'm sure. I actually like it better than Law and Order, because it's not as violent. I was really into American Justice/ Law and Order/ Cold Case for a while, but all of the violence wore me down. Politics isn't as bloody.
I like when Laurie calls. We always have the kind of conversations where, at the end of talking for a long time, you remember that you should ask about the normal details, like how's your job and your spouse and your dog. But you didn't think about asking until right before you hang up, because you were too busy talking about something important. I like phone calls like that.
And with that I'm off. It's Thanksgiving Dinner at the church tonight. Watergate salad, anyone?