Saturday, June 22, 2013


That's right my husband is fulltime now! We are so excited. We finally have insurance again, more money an hour, and a job he loves!

He can get as much overtime as he wants (given that they actually need help)

This is exciting!

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Kidney transplant

My step dad is finally getting his kidney transplant! Today!

I had to wake up nice and early to travel to the hospital to be here waiting with friends and family.

The donor, my step aunt is already back in surgery and in about an hour (2 hours after she went in) my step dad will be going back.

This is very exciting and a definite miracle. God knew he needed this kidney and made sure that my step dad's sister was a 100% match. And not only is she a match to him, but also to their sister who has cancer! You can't tell me that God hasn't already supplied the solution to every one of our problems!

Friday, June 14, 2013

Book Post

Hey there bloggers!
Today I thought I’d tell you about this book I’m reading. It’s called Get “Naked” & Find the Love of Your Life by Harlan Cohen.
Now you may be wondering what on earth lead you to this book? I can understand that question. First off it was free. Second it’s about taking steps towards love and right now in life I’m having a hard time giving out much love. Third I was completely bored and needed something to read. Good enough answer? I hope so.
The book talks about locking yourself in a room  that has a full length mirror and putting on a tight thong and pointing out all the things about your body that you love (be it eyes, hair, legs, etc.) And then you list all the things about yourself that you don’t like. After doing that you vow to change the things that you don’t like and vow to learn to love the things that you can’t change.
The next step was to put a clean thong on top of your head (which you don’t have to do) and go through the things about your personality that you do and don’t like. And vow to do as said above.

What the author is doing is the physical,  spiritual, emotional, etc. training that most people need without ever knowing it.
He tells you how to do the things that you’re vowing to do. And plainly points out that there are thousands of people that would like you for who you are, but there are millions that won’t like you. And that sometimes the one person you want to like you won’t. Ouch! But it’s so true.