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First and foremost, I am a child of God! I am also the wife of a superhero who has loved and supported me since I was a child. I am a mother of three wonderful children who have taught me how to live, love and throw mini temper-tantrums and hissy-fits (especially now that they are older)! AND [very exciting] I'm an author! My book, A Little Yellow Star, is a Christian Children's book about seeing God in all things. There is more information at the bottom of my blog - Hope you'll check it out, and if you do, I hope you LOVE it!!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Angry Bird or Greedy Pig!?

Don’t get me wrong, I love this game. I even have a “Seasons” version. I bought that stupid eagle because I was so desperate to pass difficult levels that I couldn’t wait…I had to cheat! But, the writer inside has to over think and over analyze everything, and in this case, it was just too easy.
Sure, the birds are Angry; they just had their babies stolen. Who wouldn’t be an angry bird if, one day, you are just minding your own business, going out to pick up a few provisions for your family and when you arrive home your beloved little ones are missing? One, like me, would have to ask; why are you leaving helpless children in the nest all by themselves? Am I wrong? I’m also curious why, if you can climb a huge sling-shot, why can’t you put your eggs into a tree like a normal bird!? Granted, those crafty pigs can get into huge apparatuses made of wood and concrete, so they could possible get into a tree… let’s  turn our attention to the pigs. They are merely going out to pick up a few provisions for their family and low and behold, provisions! I mean, really!? Their pigs!
So, you see my point and now you will never be able to play that game without thinking of me. This is all part of my master plan *Evil laugh*! And, truth be told, I only wrote this because I haven’t been writing for a while and this is the first thing that popped in my head and secondly, I had this picture taken and I couldn’t resist posting and blogging about it.
Goodbye for now…

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