I have recently discovered a new way to do my nails! Traditional nail polish takes so long to get anything unique, and stinks…and makes a mess on your nails…and leaves me feeling like I can’t touch them for at least 2 hours after I’m finished! But with Jamberry … Continue reading
If you’re a mother who has lost a child, you understand what this anniversary is. It’s the reminder that on this date, you lost something so precious that it ripped out a little of your heart. A piece of you is now missing. And no matter how much time passes, … Continue reading
It is that time of year again… Our living room and truck are full of cookies, and we are running around selling in booths. Girl Scout Cookie time, the busiest time of the year!
I know, this is a little late, as I’ve already posted about Molly, but I wanted to tell you about our new puppy! Her name is Molly, she’s a hound mix, and OMG she is SO ADORABLE!!!
I’m glad I didn’t have to bring Molly this morning. David volunteered to bring her for me. I think her heart must be breaking, and she’s thinking we have deserted her!
Our son’s birthday party is coming up, and since his new obsession is with Disney’s Infinity game, we decided to make his invitations in the shape of X-Box controllers. At the party, he wants him and his friends to play his favorite game.
The youth pastor at our church recently had a baby who will be 2 in September. I started crocheting this blanket when his wife was still pregnant…and I just gave it to her at church on Sunday. I am SUCH A SLACKER!
I’m a little late, due to my oral surgery, but I got back on track today. I did the Tae Bo Ripped Extreme, as outline in my Day 2 check in post. This is a hard one, but I am glad I jumped back on the bandwagon today. … Continue reading
It can get expensive driving a suburban around all the time…gas is somewhere around three and a half dollars a gallon, and let’s face it, a Suburban is NOT good on gas mileage! Add to that the fact that David has to drive into San Antonio every day (leaving me … Continue reading