Monday, May 28, 2007

Memorial Day Weekend

I spent 16 hours in the car over a 4 day period.
Woo Wee was I ready to be home! : )

After I packed for the weekend, Libby jumped in my suitcase and wouldn't get out. She carried her bear by her mouth and packed it too! Isn't that cute!?!? My sweet puppy even slept in my suitcase for part of the night. She didn't want to be left. You can tell she's a bit spoiled : ) Luckily, my grandparents kept her for the weekend so she wouldn't have to be too lonely!

Zach & Emily's Wedding

Bethany, Matthew, Stefanie & Myself

Casey, Courtney, Zach (The Groom), Bethany, Me & Trey

Stefanie, Me, Bethany, Matt, Morgan & Austin


Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Graduation after Graduation

WHAT A WEEK! I don't think I could possibly fit anything else into it! I find myself constantly running around like a buzzzy bee or like a chicken with my head cut off.

Rebecca's graduation was Thursday and it was three hours! woo wee was I ready to get out of there? Who knew listening to 700+ names read could be so boring? However, I wouldn't have missed it for the world. Why? Because I love sweet Becca Boo! Rebecca has been a blessing to my life. I am happy to call her family!

Mitchell's graduation was Saturday. His was much more personal being that it was a homeschool graduation. It was short, sweet and to the point!

On another note, Madalyn (Mentioned in my previous post) had her surgery on Thursday. She is home now on the road to recovery. Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers! I appreciate it as I'm sure Katie does too : )

Austin, Michael, Mitchell, Matthew, Rachael, Bethany, Rebecca and Myself
at Mitchell's Graduation

Bethany, Myself, Michael, Rebecca, Rachael, Matthew, & Mitchell
at Rebecca's Graduation


Wednesday, May 16, 2007

The BK ©

"College is not Burger King. You can't have it your way."

-Professor Harry Coverston


Monday, May 7, 2007

Finding Peace in a Storm

This weekend I read a portion of scripture that particularly stuck in my head so I thought I'd share it...Proverbs 3:5-6. It gave me a sense of comfort and peace. Although I do not know what direction the Lord wants me to take in my life, I know that he has a plan for me. I am comforted in knowing that I do not have to fly solo when making decisions. I am confident that if I stay in fervent prayer, the Lord will show me directly what I need at just the right moment.

I am happy in knowing that whatever I need the Lord will supply in due time.

"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not into thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and he shall direct thy paths."