Friday, May 14, 2010

Obviously I don't....

My first post was about whether or not I even had time to blog...I must not since I have only blogged once since November! My problem with blogging is that I can't sit in front of the computer long enough to do it. So, for a quick update...A few things have changed since that last blog. I think Josh and I were still living at my parents house, but soon got a house of our own. Our house in LA still hasn't sold and is currently occupied by renters, but it is on the market and will hopefully be sold by the fall(crossing our fingers!). We also are expecting our 2nd child in October. We haven't found out yet if it's a boy or girl - so be waiting to read about that in about 3 weeks when we find out! So, that's it in a nutshell. Not much else left to tell. I will post some updated photos of Katherin Grace as soon as possible. She is growing way too fast! I can't believe she is going to be a big sister so soon!

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Do I even have time for this?

Well, this is a question I ask myself daily in regard to a lot of things I choose to take on. I believe you have time for whatever you MAKE time for....and lately I have had to make time for a lot of different things. Since Josh and I moved I have been going to school, working a flexible part-time job, and of course I am a full time wife and mommy. I have a pretty full plate, but in order for me to stay connected with my close friends and relatives that are out of state, I am choosing to make time to blog about what is going on in our little world here in Moody, Alabama. First of all, we still have a house in West Monroe, LA. that is currently occupied by renters. We hope these renters will buy our house next year, but we will see if that actually happens. In the meantime, Josh and I have found a house to rent that we are moving into in about 3 weeks in Leeds, Alabama - not too far from where we live now. We are very ready to be back in our own house with parents for any length of time is difficult when you are an adult with a family of your own - but my family is even more difficult than most and I will just leave it at that. The transition to Alabama from Louisiana has been a difficult one for me, but even through the difficult parts I still believe it was the right decision and where God wants our family to be for now. I am so thankful for my husband and my precious little girl - I am definitely a blessed woman!