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Monday, November 12th, 2007

(Originally published by Nattie on September 22, 2003)
I got to sleep in this morning…till 6:30. It is a sad sad day when I consider 6:30 sleeping in.
I went and visited with my dad today. He took the kids and me out to eat at Wendy’s. Then we visited a newly remodeled Christian bookstore. I added some books to my to-buy list:
~ Rich Mullins: An Arrow Pointing to Heaven by James Bryan Smith
~ Covenant Marriage by Gary Chapman
~ A Love So Big: Anchoring Your Child to the Heart of God by Sheila Walsh


Where were you?

Friday, October 19th, 2007

(Originally published by Nattie on September 09, 2003)
I love this song by Alan Jackson–“Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning” that was written about 9/11.

“Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day
Out in the yard with your wife and children
Or working on some stage in L.A.
Did you stand there in shock at the sight of that black smoke
Rising against that blue sky
Did you shout out in anger, in fear for your neighbor
Or did you just sit down and cry


In our thoughts and prayers

Tuesday, April 17th, 2007

All the students, faculty and family of Virginia Tech.

this reminds me of something

Tuesday, March 6th, 2007

Dana mentioned something about 21 days of no complaining and I googled it and came across this article which led to this website. It reminds me of something I read in Calm My Anxious Heart:A Woman’s Guide To Contentment by Linda Dillow
*Never allow yourself to complain about anything – not even the weather.
*Never picture yourself in any other circumstances or someplace else.
*Never compare your lot with others.
*Never allow yourself to wish this or that had been otherwise.
*Never dwell on tomorrow – remember that [tomorrow] is God’s, not ours.

That was found in the diary of a missionary to Africa named Ella.
Yet again…I feel very, very, very….small.

Winter has truly come to small town, usa

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007

So what better reason to stay home and read!
But what am I doing? I am trapsing all over kingdom come running cold errands in a cold car because it never does warm up!
I need my head examined. Surely when the windchill is 9 degrees BELOW zero I have the right to stay home and read The Thirteenth Tale?!

Trunk or Treat

Thursday, October 27th, 2005

Last night was the annual Trunk or Treat celebration at my church. My kids like me to dress up so I was a mouseketeer. Not minnie mouse. Not mickey mouse. A mouseketeer from the mickey mouse club. Like that thing that we used to watch on Disney before Britney, Justine and Jessica were on. LOL
Anna was a pink puppy dog…
And Jonathan stayed home because he has been in trouble at school 3 days in a row, but he will be spider man for halloween if he ever stay out of trouble.

I’m such a sucker

Monday, October 24th, 2005

I am such a sucker for sappy love songs, especially country ones.
And Jojo introduced me to one I hadn’t heard before. I love Terri Clark. I saw her in concert years ago with George Strait.
Oh, she said this song made her think of me. The romantic in me hopes so some day…
She Didn’t Have Time
by Terri Clark
He said goodbye from the edge of the porch
like she’d been some casual friend
he said “your better off with out me
i’m not what you need”
like her momma had said about him
he started the car
pulled out of the drive
didn’t waste any time lookin’ back
she watched him go
thinkin’ even a stranger
would show more compassion than that
she could’ve cried but she didn’t have time
she had a baby to feed
a pink blanket to find
to rock their little one to sleep
she could’ve laid in bed for hours
giving misery the power
but she didn’t have time
she got a sitter, she got a job
’cause she had a promise to keep
her day was a factory and evening survival
at night was exhaustion and sleep
sometimes she felt life was passing her by
and watching was all she could do
her friends said “you gotta get outta the house
and maybe you’ll meet someone new”
she could’ve tried
but she didn’t have time
she had a five year old to feed
she had ballet class, piano lessons
and t-ball little league
she could’ve laid awake for hours
giving lonely nights the power
but she didn’t have the time
not time where would she find the time
to trust a man again
not time for that flat tire
a crowded parking lot and then
not time to just have coffee with the man
who got her tired fixed
she was thinking gosh he’s handsome
when he asked do you have kids
she could’ve lied
but she didnt have time
all she said was “she’s five”
he said “i saw the car seat I love kids
does she have your eyes?”
and they sat and talked for hours
giving destiny it’s power
she could’ve been afraid
to fall in love that night
but she didn’t have time
she could’ve been afraid
to fall in love that night
but she didn’t have time

Tomorrow I start a new adventure

Friday, October 14th, 2005

I am not just a soccer mom any more. I’m a soccer coach.
Of course, I’m not the average soccer mom since I don’t have a mini van so I won’t be the average soccer coach either. And that’s putting it lightly. Click the link below for a laugh. Hopefully my team won’t need to learn this word…
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