Fridays are coming around sooner and sooner! The weeks are flying by with ever-increasing speed . . . or so it seems to me. This was a busy, action packed week for sure. The VOTE dominated the thoughts of many of us living in the USA, and maybe many of you living abroad, too. We/I worried that this election would be a long, drawn out process, possibly keeping us in suspense for days and weeks to come. Instead the election was decided before midnight, and thankfully both candidates were gracious in acceptance and defeat. Whether your candidate won or lost, hopefully we can move forward, working together to address the problems facing this nation. Onward and upward!
I have chosen not to answer the 5QF questions this week. They are all about childbirth and a woman’s experiences giving birth. Actually, having a daughter and a daughter-in-law who have had C-sections, and a daughter who had a vaginal birth, each experiencing giving birth in her own unique way, not to mention my experiences giving birth three times, I can see where the questions would lead to some very interesting, dare I say “poignant,” discussions. The men however, would be totally left out of the mix. And many men read this blog. If you are interested in the questions for this week, I encourage you to click on the badge at the top of this post where you will then be whisked away to the site where the questions are listed. Enjoy. You may want to post them to your blog.
So, now what do I do? Since I have a paper waiting to be written (and due on Sunday), I will beg off this week but plan to return next Friday to answer five provocative questions! (hopefully)
Have a great week. Find ways to relish life. See you next Friday.
- Recovering from Childbirth (enfamil.com)
- ‘Before I knew it he was on his way’: Mum gives birth to fifth child in hospital car park after new arrival comes early (dailymail.co.uk)
- November 6, 2012 Is Voting Day: A Look at the Candidates and Their Loony Supporters (christculturenews.com)
- Voters to elect new government on Friday (antiguaobserver.com)
- U.S. Election Eve: A Global Perspective (edelman.com)