A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood by Miz Pink

For being really pregnant, I’m not feeling too bad today. Actually went for a nice walk cuz it’s a gorgeuos day today in my part of the You-nited States. And I figured what the heck, maybe I should say something nice.

Sure, there plenty of things to talk trash about and get mad about and lecture about and complain about and make fun of…but how about a big shout out to God?

I know, not that exciting, is it? But I’m feeling good about life and the life growing inside me and the day and I just thought, I don’t have time to be thiking hard today when I could just be soaking in the goodness. I don’t have room today for negativity (though I though Deke’s post on McCain yesterday was funny…scary lookin’ guy, ain’t he sometimes?).

So, thank you Father for a great day. Thank you for any day you give me or anyone else. Thanks for not giving up on us. Love ya.

Deacon Blue is the blogging persona of editor and writer Jeffrey Bouley. The opinions of Jeff himself on this blog, and those expressed as Deacon Blue, in NO WAY should be construed as the opinions of anyone with whom he has worked, currently works, or will work with in the future. They are personal opinions and views, and are sometimes, frankly, expressed in more outrageous terms than I truly feel most days.

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