So, does anyone else get weepy when they hear "lets go fly a kite, up to the highest height"?? Cause EVERY TIME the kids are watching it (which seems to be often as Lucy LOVES it) I always get weepy. Now that I'm an adult it makes so much more sense now as to the whole purpose of the movie. Maybe that's why I get weepy. Weepiness seems to happen more often now for some reason. In fact, yesterday morning I went to the track to walk my two miles, and there were some soldiers doing their PT test. There was a guy that was really struggling to run his two miles, and there were two guys that were running with him that kept encouraging him to keep going by saying all kinds of things. As they ran by, I got a little weepy. Why?? Because these soldiers cared enough about their fellow soldier to run with him even though they could run faster than him. One ran the entire way with him. And he looked as if he could have finished a long time ago. But he stuck with him. One thing that made me laugh as they ran by was what he said "if you haven't puked yet, you haven't run hard enough." That kind of took any moisture (from my eyes as I was really sweaty) away. Something is happening to me as I get older. I have no idea what it is, but I'm not a big fan of crying (or being weepy) so I kinda wish it would stop.....at least most of the time no one knows.:)
This is my blog. I write about being a military wife. Which is pretty much the same as other wives. Except when my husband leaves, it isn't for a week long business trip. Sometimes I write about regular stuff. Sometimes I don't. But hey, this is me. :)
A bad day in Paris is better than a good day anywhere else.