This will be short because I'm typing on the Dell, and we're still having the text jumping issues and sporadic functionality of the letter "x."
I didn't think about it when my computer messed up, but Matt reminded me that I had dropped it in an attempt to plug it in the day before. We don't know what's wrong with it, but it's possible I've lost everything. Some of my photos are backed up on Shutterfly and Facebook, but not close to all of them. The person we got the computer from had loaded Photoshop CS3 on it, so it's possible we've lost that (and all of my Totally Rad Actions that I won at Jonah's EB Auction) too. I'm not panicking yet. I'll just wait and see what they say.
Okay, I can't take this anymore. The cursor has jumped about twenty times since I started typing these three paragraphs. I feel like I've been a very uninteresting and mediocre blogger lately, so maybe you can consider this break a gift from me to you. Maybe I'll get inspired during my time off. And hopefully I'll have a computer to actually blog on here in a few days. Please be patient with me.
Jonah's doing well overall. His face, though, is banged up, and he took some skin off his chin in a 2 inch fall today. His lips are our main issue. Between a couple of random blisters he got there last week and the spill he took over the weekend, they are both scabbed, constantly reopening and bleeding, and not able to heal. I LOVE that he's learning to cruise and take some (majorly) assisted steps, but it is a very scary time. I gasp about fifty times a day. And you can baby proof till you're blue in the face, but even rubbing, in a fall, against soft things is still rubbing. But I'm just so thankful for this milestone because I had no idea if he'd ever make it. I just pray for him, protection, resilience, and perseverance. I don't want him to get discouraged.
Okay, really can't take the jumpy cursor anymore. I'll catch you guys on the flip side.