I recently read an article with a tag line, “what the church can learn from Fallon.” (I think I’ve said this before, but I LOVE Jimmy Fallon. I constantly tell Stuart that I want to be Jimmy’s BFF. I’m also secretly jealous of his bestie friendship with Drew Barrymore, who I also love, and wish we could all just be friends and hang out.) Anyway…the article was about how in the past, much of late night entertainment has been full of cynicism, criticism and bitterness.
These last 3 months have been INSANE. I haven’t always been on time with Knox’s monthly posts, but from the time Knox turned 6 months, our lives have literally been non-stop. I hate being so incredibly late on this, but in the end I simply had to give myself grace in not posting his 6 or 7 month posts on time.
I was all set to write his 6 month post on his 6 month “birthday,” however, that afternoon we ended up at Dayton Children’s Hospital with our sweet boy.
There’s been a lot of controversial hot topics in the media recently. A lot of differing opinions, and most of these topics have taken social media by storm.
There have been a few times I’ve wanted to sit down and type out my frustration, my disappointment, my anger and post it on my blog for the world to see. Maybe if more people read the truth, saw how their wrongs were affecting others (and themselves!), maybe then their eyes would be opened and they’d miraculously change their minds!!