Posted in November 2011

Turkey, Birthdays, and a little thing called Christmas Decor

It’s been more than a few days since my last post.  To my faithful 5 readers, I apologize.  We’ve been a little bit busy in these parts.  Let me sum up: 1)  Thanksgiving came and went.  Much food was eaten.  Family was visited.  One month old babies were held (aaaahhhhh.) A bit of shopping was … Continue reading

The Quest to Keep the Family Well

Those of you that know me and the family know that last winter was a doozy in terms of illness. No, not the “must be hospitalized and on an IV drip” variety.  More along the lines of “bad cold with fever that morphs into pinkeye and ear infections”.  One child would start, and instead of … Continue reading

The Case of the Missing Sneakers

Time:  6:45 a.m. The Scene:  The home front The Situation:  One slightly frazzled mother trying to get the three children dressed and ready to head out the door to daycare.  Alas, it is discovered that one boys’ sneakers have gone missing.  Like, fallen off of the face of the earth missing. As Mommy runs around … Continue reading

From this morning’s church service

The church that I’ve started attending has some pretty great video clips that they use during worship, but today’s may be my favorite thus far. Presently, there are two Sunday morning services, a 9 a.m. and a 10:45 a.m..  Both are packed, so the church is basically capped as far as growth.  They have decided … Continue reading

Flat on my Back

This post is coming to you from my sofa.  I am presently lying flat, hopped up on muscle relaxers and anti-inflammatories. Here’s what I’ve learned over the past few days.  Your low back is involved in pretty much EVERY movement you make.  The last time I had this sensation was right after I had my … Continue reading

Getting Older

I have no problem with my age, or a fear of getting older. I’m thirty seven.  Forty does not scare me.  Fifty doesn’t either. However, there is something that I am not enjoying about the aging process, and that is the fact that my body is definitely not a spry as it once was.  I … Continue reading