Saturday, September 18, 2010

Randomness Saturday: Wait Just a Minute...

Randomness Saturday… What?!

Did you blink and shake your head in disbelief when you saw the title of this post?

Yes, I am posting randomness on a Saturday. Awesome, right?

Okay, okay. Truth time. I had absolutely NO time to post yesterday. Hence, one of the very rare Randomness Saturdays.

Let the randomness begin!


Next week is going to be absolutely fun. You see, here on AGoMC we’ll be celebrating the recent release of The Healer’s Apprentice by author Melanie Dickerson. I have a lot of fun things planned, so stay tuned!


You should.

I am super-duper-extra excited!


The miracle of life… this is what I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. In school we’ve been discussing premature birth and related topics. It’s amazing to see humans to tiny and helpless surviving by their will to fight death and the hearts of the people who help them. I saw videos and images of these babies holding the hand of their parents or the staff. It was beautiful, yet so sad at the same time.

Some survive, some don’t. But all beautiful lives created by God.

We had a lot of discussion at school and had a ton of projects related to premature birth, and most, if not all, of the students, agreed that premature babies deserve to be saved. Everything possible should be done to give them a fighting chance.

They’re humans, and they should be given the most precious thing- life.

Yet these same people have different opinions about the unborn.


Horses… I won’t be seeing them for the next couple of weeks because school will be extremely challenging these next few weeks. Add in a couple of h-a-r-d tests, homework, and mandatory extracurricular things and my schedule is pretty much booked.

Yes, I will be blogging less. Yes, I will be writing posts in advance. Yes, my post days may be off sometimes.

This year is crucial, and I’m determined not to blow it.

But I promise not to abandon this blog!



Sierra said...

Poor horses...I hope you can survive through the school work.
Thanks for the advice things went a lot better this week.
Premature babies are so tiny and vulnerable how can help not loving them?Sierra

Melanie Dickerson said...

It's admirable that you are so dedicated and conscientious about your schoolwork, Prism! I know you will do great. :-)

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