Sweetest Day

So I’m late posting this – but I’m getting there! Roy had an appointment last Saturday morning so I was home with the girls. We were going to run errands when he got home, so I wasn’t paying attention when he knocked on the door cuz I was in the middle of washing dishes. Finally, after he’d been here for several minutes saying hello to the girls, I turned and looked, and he had a

Tater Tot

Our little Tater is a funny girl. Okay, so I’m biased. She looks so much like her dad – and then she makes these expressions just like him and it really cracks me up. We were watching Biggest loser this week – and having that same – “We should do this. But we can’t leave our girls for 12 weeks.” conversation – we were watching a last chance workout and nobody was really talking about

A Parent’s Worst Nightmare

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Three words that are now part of our family’s conversations. My brother Dave and his wife Lyn’s 3 year old son Caden was diagnosed this past weekend with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Actually of all the childhood cancers to get, this one is statistically most treatable. Who wants to be a statistic? Honestly, at this point, it’s just incredibly overwhelming for Dave & Lyn – blood tests, bone marrow biopsy, spinal tap, chemo

Where does the time go?

it’s been almost a week since I’ve written anything here! How does that happen? I’ve been doing some personal devotions and journaling more, so maybe my brain is tricked into thinking I’ve done all the writing I need to… And then there’s the realization that in just a week, my baby will be ONE year old! That can’t be possible. Little Tater Bug is just a loving, sweet, funny little character. She is petite like

WAHU Wednesday

So, i don’t have any whining to do today! yes, it’s a record – hold your applause! Seriously, though, I DO have to talk about my Work at Home United business… I’ve had a learning curve with it – I’m not a business-woman per se, but the more involved I’ve gotten, and the more committed I’ve become – the more I have grown to love what I do. WHEN I can do it, that is.