As I have been some purposeful time about what I want to communicate with my blog I have determined that it is time to turn a page on this blog and begin a new chapter. As of today you can find me at kevintwombly.com. With my desire to focus more on writing in 2010 I want to begin a new site that helps me stir the pot of creativity. You’ll find more about myself, my writing, books that I am reading and causes that I support (that you should as well!)
I won’t be transferring this blog over to the new site. This contents will remain, though I won’t be adding anything new to it.
Come and join in the conversation that I pray occurs over at the new site.
I’ve put myself on a blogging time out for a while. With my new son at home now and my workload increasing as I head into the winter months I want to be as intentional as possible about my life and the time that I spend with what really matters.
I’ll be back here some day. Just not today or tomorrow…
Until then, enjoy your life!
This is a personal post for me today…
We’re in a perpetual holding pattern as we await the arrival of our new son. Kim is ready, I am ready, the girls are as ready as they can be to have a new brother. We’re ready. It just seems as though Noah is not. We have great anticipation. I cannot wait to hold my son, to welcome him into the world, to teach him how to throw a football (I may be getting ahead of myself!) The point is, we want Noah out and yet he must be nice and warm and comfy in the womb because he doesn’t appear to want to come out any time soon.
It’s kind of like he’s got a love/hate thing going on. He loves being close to mom but the discomfort that he brings her (indigestion, cramps, bloating, carrying around a watermelon in your stomach, etc.) is something that you would only do to someone you hate.
I know my boy will be a joy, but right now… the waiting is driving me crazy! Come out Noah. Daddy wants to say “hello” to you.
This film has been on my radar for almost a year now. I am so excited to share this experience with my girls tonight. Love it!
I spent part of my afternoon hand-picking acorns out of my lawn. I could have raked them up. I could have ignored them, let them get tracked into the ground, sprout a little oak tree in the spring and then mow them over. Instead I chose to slow down a bit today and pick acorns, lots of acorns, out of my lawn.
In this fast paced, get everything done at once, I need it now world – sometimes we need to be intentionally slow and focused in order to restore balance to our lives. It’s why I have recently been seen watering my lawn with a hose in my hand instead of using a sprinkler. It’s why my daughter’s can count on me to read their favorite Shel Silverstein book at bedtime with all of my made up voices.
What do you need to do to slow down and regain true focus in your life?
…and maybe shed a tear or two.
My oldest daughter, Megan, had a school assignment that required her to write an autobiography and type it out on the computer. Since I am the technically minded one in our home I had the responsibility of hooking up the rarely used printer and getting her a hard copy to turn in for her class.
Before printing her paper I read through what she wrote. She knows exactly how to choke up her old man.
I have a fun family. My family is made up of Mom, Dad, Makenna, me, and a little brother, Noah (on the way). My mom is fun and cool she has honey colored hair and blue eyes. My dad is funny and he always has time for me. His hair is dark brown almost black. He has dark brown eyes and a few freckles. Makenna has dirty blond hair, freckles, and brown eyes.
I’m not posting this to get a pat on the back from any of you who may read this. However, may it encourage you to spend quality AND quantity time with your families. It’s worth it!
I love this! As my daughters are beginning to ask more questions with the new baby on the way this helps me prepare… (sarcasm added for effect)