Ok, I am going to make a confession. I am very ashamed to say that I don't vote enough, am not at all informed, and have very few political views. I can admit this now because I am on the path to recovery and repentance! I will no longer be a mugwump!! (cool word I just learned; look it up if you like) My brother in law, Kimo, was just as disappointed in my political activity as I was so he referred me to the webpage glassbooth.org. GENIUS!!! It is what I always wanted! It is an "unbiased" explanation of the candidates and their views on tons of issues. There is also a most helpful quiz to let you know your own political views if you are like me and don't even know what you THINK IN THE FIRST PLACE! I just wanted to put a shout out to this website because if it can inspire me to be more informed on something as ambiguous and intimidating as the upcoming election, it can help anyone! Check it out! This is the link to my quiz results in case you want to see how it all works. http://glassbooth.org/Result/results/11/759645/9d50a97da4cc8463ad55990d360133b4
Apparently I am very interesting because I am 75% compliant with Obama, and 73% with Mc Cain? Oh well, it still cleared a whole lot up for me!
Saturday, January 12, 2008
OK, today Mikey was giving the kids a bath...wait...I should just stop there and this would still be a blog to remember! Oh, aren't I funny, but of course, I'm just kidding...he's a SUPER HELPER!! So, I will continue...and he asked if we had any pictures of the kids in the tub together. There. Now when the kids grow up and hate these pictures they will know that it was dad who started it! It's not my fault, I am supposed to honor and obey him; that's why I had to take the pictures!
And, just so you know why I will be humming a happy tune for a while now, my in-laws will be moving in with us next week!!!! You may be curious, but that is just because 1. you don't realize that we have already had my brother and his family of 5 live with us AND again, my sister and her family of 4, and 2. you don't know my mother-in-law. Picture the hardest working, most humble, energetic Korean woman you have ever known and you will know what I mean. I will include some pictures to illustrate.
Yeah, that's Had Abogi (korean for Grandpa) with Elliott on his shoulders, and that is Harmony (grandma) with Elliott on her back (abuba) while doing dishes, after cooking dinner and lunch and, who are we kidding, breakfast, and before dancing with Lucy and pulling the weeds in our yard! The woman never stops, she is SUPER!
Also, I will be going back to school in two weeks!! Ok, it will just be one or two classes, but it is school, and I love school!!! Get ready for the first day of school shot with me and my backpack 'cause it's comin!