Almost Famous

I’m slightly more famous today than I was yesterday. Give me some massive sunglasses to shield me from the paparazzi that are probably stationed right off my front stoop, preparing to bombard me with questions as soon as I venture out. You have no idea how exhausting it can be to appear aloof while making sure they get your best side. There are many people to whom I owe my newfound fame, but I’ll start with Tony J. Alicea.

 I’m guest posting today, for the very first time, over at my buddy Tony’s blog. So, I decided to write about how my 4-year-old began praying for my death.

I’ll give you a little teaser: Aw crap, I thought, God had answered her prayer.

If you want to find out more, follow the link to Tony’s Expect the Exceptional: http://bit.ly/fRFlYW

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16 responses to “Almost Famous

  1. Heading over now- can’t wait to read the rest of the story! 🙂

  2. Loved your cats post on Tony’s blog. I’m still laughing. Good stuff!

  3. Good post–I’m not fond of any cats, except for my cat Levi. He’s pretty cool.

  4. I’m jumping over there…..

    Watch me hop.

  5. Good job, Kristin. I love the simplicity of a child’s faith. I don’t have that simplicity in my life, but something to work on.

  6. Great post. Like I mentioned over there, my 4 year old daughter has been praying for “a daddy and a brother and a sister and a puppy” for about a year. I’m starting to get nervous and she hasn’t given up yet.

    I do love the child-like faith though. She prayed for my brother to find a job and when he did she was SO excited. She still thanks God every night for giving her uncle a job.

  7. Just wanted to say that I added a comment under your guest post on the other blog. Enjoyed reading it, and you’ve got a new follower as well – me!

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