Toy Story 3 Messed Me Up

Yesterday I had a web conference meeting get postponed until today and decided to use my afternoon free time to take my three kids to see Toy Story 3 (our local movie theater has movies for $5 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays!).

Obviously, I don’t want to spoil it for those of you that haven’t seen it, yet, but I think we all know Andy is getting older. In this movie he’s going off to college – surely he can’t play with his toys forever and thus the movie tells the rest.

I don’t know if it was the fact that I was surrounded by my precious children while I was watching the movie and deeply resonating with the theme of kids growing up and not interested in the stuff they used to be interested in, but I was moved – very moved. I found myself crying and wanting to stop time.

Here’s a few pictures of how time flies:

Today’s post is an example of what I refer to as life-streaming and have talked about all around the country. If you’re reading this via email or RSS, please click on the link and look at the above pictures on my blog.

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One thought on “Toy Story 3 Messed Me Up

  1. Thanks for posting this. So very true. I'm in the same boat with 3 kids of my own—who've grown up way to fast. You've got to take advantage of every opportunity that's put in your path.

    Blessings to you and yours!