Sunday, November 29, 2009
Yes, Chris is out hunting... in this 4o degree weather. Yuck. I'd much rather be here sitting in the nice warm house with the Christmas tree all lit up... coffee... wrapping gifts while Elf plays in the background. Elijah's been sleeping over three hours... so it's been especially quiet. I even tackled a Christmas project, but ran out of ornaments. It's my intention to give these away as Christmas gifts.
So Nancy and I made our traditional Black Friday shopping trip. However, I'm fairly confident that someone had swiped the ads from our paper. There wasn't anything in it except a Target, Penny's, Lowe's, and Gordmans. No Wal-Mart, K-Mart, ToysRus, Kohls, etc. We felt like we were shopping in the dark! Oh well, we had a wonderful time shopping together. My deal of the day was a talking/singing puppy for $3.99 (less 30% off) that retails for $20. I got it at Children's Orchard and was especially excited about it. I've got a lot of my shopping finished now, but still have a few things to pick up.
Thanksgiving at Amy's was great. As always, her turkey was awesome. Love those injectables! We missed Timothy and Ashley, but everyone else was there. Elijah loved the stuffing and green beans. He seemed to care less about everything else. He's pretty wiped out - thus the three hour nap - but I know he had a great time playing with all his cousins - on both sides of the family.
Brother Eric did an amazing job on the sermon this weekend. Just last night I was feeling pretty down about my job situation. God really spoke to me through the sermon.... my goal to be a SAHM is an honorable goal and dream... it is worth fighting for and fight I will! My day of 'deliverance' is just around the corner!
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Update on Elijah:
Elijah is 13.5 months old now. He's about to celebrate his second Thanksgiving. Of course, last year, he slept through most of it. This year, he's going to love it!
He's quite the little climber! He's figured out he can climb on his four wheeler and then on to the couch. Or his little push toy helps him reach the DVD player buttons. Or like last night - as I was putting the finishing touches on Christmas garland as I stood on my foot stool - he tried climbing up behind me. Then, after I finished using the foot stool, he climbed up on the top rung and stood there for probably 20 minutes just a singing, talking, and dancing away!
I get made fun of because I talk about what a good baby he is. I can't take the credit for that - I truly believe it's due to the power of prayer that he is who he is. Chris and I both prayed for a good baby and God sure came through for us. People tell me to enjoy it while it lasts. I try not to be to naive, but I choose to believe Elijah will continue to be a good boy. Oh, I know, he was born in sin and shaped in iniquity, but I'm so thankful for his even temper and behaviour.
Elijah hasn't picked up sign language as much as I'd hoped he would. He will sign 'more' but I'm quite sure he has it confused with 'eat'. I blame it on myself for not using sign language more around him and keep trying to show him various signs.
He is trying to communicate quite a bit. Poor little guy becomes so frustrated if you don't understand what he's trying to tell you. He only says a couple actual words - Momma and Dadda, stop, howoo (hallelu). However, he has the tones down for 'thank you, amen, praise ye the Lord (aise deee oooo). Chris and I love singing 'Hallelu, hallelu, hallelu' with him. His little 'howoo' is sooo cute. I need to catch it on video some day.
I could go on and on for hours about my little guy.... but alas, he has woke up and is (impatiently) waiting to be picked up from his crib.
Lord, thank you for so many things... my husband, my baby, my warm home, and all the many blessings I so often take for granted. Your love for me, your saving-all sufficient grace, and your sustaining strength are what gets me through day by day as a conquer. May I never overlook You or loose sight of Your precious promises. Amen.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
20 Oct 2009
"So Abraham called that place The LORD Will Provide. And to this day it is said, 'On the mountain of the LORD it will be provided.'" Genesis 22:14 (NIV)
Have you ever been in a situation so desperate that it looked hopeless?
Have you ever sat at the kitchen table wondering how you were going to pay the electric bill? Have you ever stood at a door that's been slammed in your face by an angry teenager and despaired at ever having a relationship with him again? Have you ever had your heart broken so deeply that you wondered if you would ever feel whole again?
Sadly, we live in a broken world where desperate situations happen every day. I know someone reading this devotion is wondering how she will make it through the day because her situation looks hopeless. If that is you, I encourage you to keep reading. I believe God has a message of hope for you today.
That message is found in the Bible, in the story of a man who was dealing with his own desperate situation. His name was Abraham and he faced the greatest testing of his life. After longing for a son for many years, God finally gave Abraham a boy, whom he named Isaac. Abraham never imagined God would test his faith by asking him to sacrifice his son. But it happened.
It had to have been the darkest day of Abraham's life as he trudged up the mountain, with firewood strapped to his son's back. Every step took Abraham closer to what he believed to be the sad ending of a hopeless situation – the death of his son. Yet in spite of his sorrow, Abraham trusted God. His heart wasn't soaring with joy. He wasn't dancing up the mountain. But he put one foot in front of the other. Walking through the darkness of the situation; obeying His God's commands.
Unbeknownst to Abraham, som ething else was walking up that mountain. Quietly. Out of sight. On the other side of the mountain. Something else was putting one foot in front of the other. Only Abraham couldn't see it.
For every step Abraham took, a ram on the other side of the mountain took a step.
All Abraham saw that day was his solitary journey of pain. As he got closer to the top of the mountain, his dread must have increased. I wonder if he asked himself any questions. I would have. I would have wondered why hadn't God intervened? Why hadn't God stopped this testing? Couldn't God see that Abraham was a man of faith? Why test him in this way?
But there was no answer. There was no voice from heaven. And so Abraham kept obeying his God's command. He put Isaac on an altar and prepared to sacrifice his one and only son.
And just at that very moment, at the very last second, when it looked like the end had come, God spoke, stopping the sacrifice. Abraham looked up and there c aught in the thicket was a ram. Abraham took his son off the altar, replaced him with the ram, and offered the sacrifice to God.
Abraham named that place "Yahweh-Yireh" or "The Lord Will Provide." And the story was written down for generations of God-followers to read. It was written so that you and I today would read it as we face our own hopeless situations. It was captured in print so that you and I would know that God is already planning for our provision. We don't see it. We don't hear it. But we can trust that our God is at work. On your behalf, and on mine.I choose to trust God today. A ram is on the way.
Dear Lord, You know how desperate I am today. You know that my faith has wavered. Although I want to trust You, I'm having trouble doing so. I ask for Your intervention in my situation, and for an increase of my faith while I wait. In Jesus' Name, Amen.
Application Steps:Read Psalm 91. List the promises God has for those who love Him.
Reflections:God's timing is not our timing. What are some reasons God might wait to answer our prayers?
Read the story of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22. What are some of the things Abraham did right that you can apply to your situation?
Power Verses:Psalm 91:14, "'Because he loves me,' says the LORD, 'I will rescue him; I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name.'" (NIV)Psalm 22:5, "They cried to you and were saved; in you they trusted and were not disappointed." (NIV)
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
- Elijah knows what the plug in the tub is for - and tries to put it back in after I've removed it to drain the water. Bath time is his favorite! He loves to SPLASH!
- Elijah already knows how to play ball. He gets his big bouncy ball and sits a few inches away from Daddy - they roll the ball back and forth between them.
- He got a cute little Leap Frog magnet set for his birthday - the party was Saturday, today is Tuesday... And Elijah already knows how to operate the buttons and make them play the songs he wants.
- He knows 'puppy' and 'barks' on cue!
Chris picked out a toddler sized ATV for Elijah's birthday present. He's figured out how to get on and off the ATV by himself, but still has trouble holding the button down on his own. Tonight, when I picked up the ATV to put it on the charger, Elijah became quite concerned about where his four wheeler was going.
On a not-so-fun-note, Chris and I have been more stressed than ever. I think it's mostly signs of the times, but it has been wearing on us both. If it's not our finances, it our jobs. If it's not the job, it's the church, etc. etc. Always something! I feel stressed and want to talk to Chris, but he feels enough stress without me whining too. I know the Lord will be given all the glory for this valley we're going through. And through Christ, we can and WILL find the strength to make it through. Lord, may I never doubt You!...
Keep watching for a testimony post...
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Elijah loves to stand and look outside from our picture windows. If they're open, then all the world can hear his conversation with himself... or maybe he's singing. I'm not sure. Whatever that beautiful babble is, it means he's happy and I love to hear him.
Elijah's second favorite thing in the world is to stand at the toilet paper roll and see how fast he can un-roll it... and keeps himself balanced by holding to the toilet. So unsanitary! So many tears have been shed when Mommy caught him in the act. Tonight I think he unrolled nearly half the roll before I caught him! Oh, and he knows how to flush the toilet. Over and over and over again!
I've tried setting him on his potty chair. Mainly as an introduction to the potty chair. Certainly no real attempt to potty train. Of course, he doesn't have time to sit on the potty chair for long. He's got to many other things to do and see.
He's very curious by nature. I don't think there's a door, within his reach, that he hasn't opened at least once. He's got to check out everything. I like that. I'm hoping he'll be a reader some day, but so far, his only interest in books has been to chew on them.
I'm having a rather rough time with all these changes. It seems they're all happening way to fast. Just the words 'potty chair' and 'weaning' are enough to send me into the depths of dispair. I know this is all part of life, but gees... does life have to go by so fast? It seems so unreal that one year ago today, I still had over a month of pregnancy to go. And now, I'm planning his first birthday party!
Elijah is my little shopping buddy. He just sits in the cart and looks around. He'll talk to me some, but mostly just quietly observes. It's my prayer that this will continue to be his habit. He is such a joy to me to have him along. He attracts a lot of attention - especially from the older generation. Who can blame them? He's adorable and sweet too!
This week, starting Sunday night, I finally had enough of the bedtime battle. I love to rock Elijah to sleep and cuddle with him before I lay him down. But since he's started walking, he doesn't want to go to sleep. He wants to keep going! Bedtime became quite a hassle some nights. On Sunday, I seemed to have an abundance of patience so I made the decision to let him cry for five mintues. I went back in his room after five minutes and consoled him. Again, I let him cry another five. Consoled... and this time, he cried two minutes and was out.
On Monday night, he cried six minutes. Tuesday night was two minutes. Wednesday he came down with a cold. He fell asleep in my arms but was awake an hour later. This time he cried for nearly 30 mintues. Because he was sick my heart was extra soft so I tried to rock him, but even being sick, he was still fighting sleep. Today I was home with Elijah due to his cold. He took two naps - the second nap, he didn't shed a tear. When I put him down tonight, he cried a whole minute. I hope the bedtime battle is over for the most part.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
On Saturday, August 1st, Elijah said Mumumum for the first time. Yep - it was just a sound, but by the end of the day, he'd figured out to say it for Momma. I was so proud and happy! I love being his Mommy and I hope to be everything a true Mother should be.
Today we're headed to CMH for a follow up ultrasound on his kidneys. In Feb. he was diagnosed with Kidney Reflux and today the doc will make sure the kidneys aren't enlarged. Elijah has had NO problems since his diagnosis. I truly believe God healed him of the problem. I am fully expecting a good report today.
Elijah went through a growth spurt this past week. He slept a lot and was eating all the time it seemed. I'm anxious to see what his weight is today. At his 9 month check up, he weighed 20 lbs 2 oz. I'm pretty sure he weighs more than that now. It seems he gained weight over night. And, I can tell his little feet have grown too. This Momma knows her baby and those feet are longer today than they were a week ago. I know he's outgrown some of his size 3 shoes.
Elijah's not walking on his own yet - he still wants Mommy or Daddy to help him. Or he will use a chair, the trash can (when I'm not there to stop him), or anything that moves to help him get around. It's actually quite funny to see him pushing stuff around the house to help him walk. He loves the little push toy Aunt Tiffany loaned him. He'll push it around until he gets it stuck. It's only a matter of time before he's on his own.
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Sweet baby face
I love French Fries!
Daddy's first Father's Day
It's so hard to believe Elijah is 9 months old already! Where has the time gone? Elijah has brought so much joy to our lives. I don't know what we did pre-baby! Don't get me wrong, we weren't unhappy, but now that we have this precious baby as part of our lives, I can't help but wonder "what were we thinking??"
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Monday, May 4, 2009
Elijah is teething for sure... his poor little gums have been quite swollen the past couple days. He won't let me get a good look at them and I'm so terrible at trying to 'feel' his gums. I end up making Elijah upset. He took a long nap this evening and when he woke up was all smiles and laughter. I had been surfing the 'net, but realized this was definetely one of those times I wanted to enjoy my time with him. Blogger and Facebook doesn't have anything that could compare with the smell of my freshly bathed baby... who was giggles and coos... with lots of 'kisses' too.
Elijah is quite good at army crawling. He still hasn't figured out that he can crawl to Momma who happens to be across the room. He just sits and cries to get my attention. Someday he's going to figure out he can follow Mommy around...
He's also figuring out how to pull up. He's not figured out how to get his feet under him, but he is starting to understand pulling up on things. Yesterday I walked in his room when he was supposed to be going to sleep. There he was, pulled up into a kneeling position up against the side of the crib. I ran for the camera, but he was already down by the time I got back in the room. Tonight, as I was changing his diaper, he tried pulling up using the window sill. (I have always kept a couple toys for him to chew on and play with during diaper changes on the window sill) He knows what's up there and was pulling up to get closer to the toys. I just watched in amazement. Where is my little baby?
Chris and the guys at church are working on another project. They're installing a new sign in the church yard and prepping for paint. This weekend is the big day to paint the exterior. We're using the same color (white) but this is the first exterior paint our little building has seen in years, and years, and years. Our little church building is so tiny, but it has character and we've made some HUGE improvements over the past five years. God has blessed us.
I hope to blog soon about my latest garage sale deals...
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
I missed work April 17th because Elijah wasn't feeling well. All day Friday and Saturday was spent rocking, holding... you know, comforting my precious baby. He mainly had the symptoms of a cold, with a light grade fever too. Through the night, I was up with him (literally) 6-8 times due to gas and belly troubles. I finally remembered I'd started giving him Chicken Vegetable dinner and Macaroni and Cheese dinner. Jarred baby food, of course, but apparently his tummy isn't ready for that much variety.
Sunday night, as I was getting up with him for the 3rd? 4th? time (who's counting by then anyways?) I pulled my back. I didn't realize how badly I was hurt as I didn't actually stand up. I told Chris I'd hurt my back - he brought Elijah to our bed thinking he'd settle down and sleep better. Wrong.
About 15 minutes later, Elijah was still crying. I asked Chris to help me out of bed and I'd sleep in the living room. When I stood up, I realized just how badly my back was hurt. I went into mild shock and could barely walk or stand. Poor Chris had crying Elijah in his arms and me - holding onto his arm crying too. He was so stressed. He just started praying to God to help all three of us through the night. I made it to the recliner with an ice pack and slept there the rest of the night. (Sort of)
To make a really long story short, Dr. Olson has decided there isn't any disk damage, but only nerve damage. That is good news. The bad news is there is little to do to relieve the pain. I'm to avoid all soft couches and recliners, sitting and bending. Chris took off part of Monday to help care for me and to take me to the doctor. Leta kept Elijah both Monday and Tuesday as I simply couldn't take care of him. I even had to go back to pumping as I couldn't hold Elijah to feed him. It was a rough week, but God is gracious.
Lets see... Tuesday, I was spared from a horrible auto accident. Thursday Chris was spared from a horrible auto accident. Wednesday we were invaded with flying termites. Chris is in the second week of his cold. Elijah and I both caught Chris' cold. See why I'm not sure I want to remember the past week?
Looking at the positive, I was able to keep Elijah Wednesday and Friday. Jennifer Richards came Thursday night and helped take care of Elijah and cleaned house for me. She was such a blessing to me. I enjoyed her help and company. I had tried working on Thursday but after 3 1/2 hours decided I wasn't up to the job. I could barely think between the back pain and the cold. Ugh. Everyone kept asking why I was there. I had wanted to spare some precious vacation time, but oh well. There is a reason for all this, right?
Elijah has really taken off with his sippy cup. He loves to chew on it as well as drink the apple juice (watered down!) I give him. He's having a difficult time sleeping without being rocked to sleep, but I know it shall pass after his cold is over. (I'm choosing to think positively here!) Tonight he and I went for a walk as he loves, loves, loves, being in the stroller. He actually fell asleep just as we arrived home. I changed and fed him about two mintues before he was out for the night. That was at 8:30... some one tell me why I'm not taking advantage of the situation by catching up on some of my own sleep?
I was able to take Elijah for his 6 month check up and shots. He now weighs 18 pounds and is 27" long! He had to get three shots and poor little guy didn't like that one bit! But he ended up laughing at the nurse, Candy, before it was all said and done. He just loves her and she loves him right back. Doc said the cold would have to run it's course...
Elijah is also picking up on the army crawling now. He prefers to stand... I'm beginning to wonder if he'll skip crawling and go straight to walking! Wow... that would be a handful!
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Thursday night, Elijah and I ended up sleeping in the guest room together. We were up every hour, but wouldn't you know it? He woke me up about 7:15 with a smile on his face, just a jabberin' away! I tried to keep sleeping but felt a little hand on my face. When I opened my eyes, he planted a big, wet, slobbery kiss on my cheek and then just grinned! Talk about melting my heart! I am blessed with a very sweet baby.
Yesterday I decided to take Elijah outside for a while. The temp reached 78 degrees - I figured he'd be fine. We were out about 15 minutes when he sneezed. I turned around and found his eyes watering (read: tears streaming down his cheeks) and his nose running away... The word 'allergies' popped into my head and my righteous indignation got the best of me. I had it out right then and there with that stinkin' devil. I reminded him that Elijah IS a son of God and satan has NO ground to stand on. I REFUSE to accept allergies for my baby. God said speak it, claim it, and believe it. I've done that and now I KNOW God will touch my poor baby. Doesn't matter how many times that cat scratches at the door, I will not let him in!
I spent a LOT of time holding Elijah yesterday. That means I spent a lot of time sitting too. Wouldn't you know it? I pulled my back out again. Sitting is like the worst thing you can do for this sciatic nerve. I had trouble with it some time back - thank goodness, this time isn't nearly as bad! I claim healing for that too. I was planning to go see my Aunt Mary and Uncle Chris from Virginia, but now I think I'll stay home. Driving and sitting are so hard when this back acts up. I'm so bummed. They've not seen my baby and I've not seen them for a couple years. Not only them, but a lot of my mom's family was going to be there too. A mini family reunion I guess...
About the cleaning supplies... I'm just tickled pink with myself. I'm trying, really hard, to learn to spend frugally. It's hard, but I know it's not going to be an overnight transformation. I don't know about you, but I've been sucked into those stupid cleaning supply commercials, more than once. You know the ones I'm talking about: spray the cleaner on and miraculously the surface becomes new and sparkly clean. In other words - ALL cleaning product commercials! I've bought the product only to be severely disappointed. Again.
Well, this time I made my own cleaner. (I have a whirlpool bathtub that is very hard to keep clean - our hard water and grime just GLUE themselves to the tub) All you need is Dawn dish detergent and a little vinegar. Maybe you all have tried this and I'm the one that's just now catching up - whatever the case may be... this stuff WORKS. Those cleaning commercials? I'm convinced they use this cleaner and only pretend to use the name brand stuff. It literally is: spray on, wipe off. I love it. You could get pretty high on the fumes (don't use in small spaces that don't have any ventilation) but I can live with that for now. Here is a video to show you how to make the stuff. Fine print: I've not tested on all surfaces - use at your own risk.
I need to buy diapers - I hate NEEDING to buy diapers. Previously, I've had a nice little stash and bought diapers ahead of time when I found a great deal. This time, the great deals have alluded me and now I NEED to buy diapers. I'm off to see if there are any good deals to be found online... I sure hope so.
Friday, April 10, 2009
About 7:42 Elijah woke me up with beautiful baby sounds. He started out with 'da-da-da-da' and then sang to me, talked to me... clapped his hands and tried to chew on his toes. It was such a precious moment(s) for me. We didn't get up until nearly 8:30 - we just enjoyed our time together. No rushing to get to work. (Yuck) I should have more morning's off.
Elijah's pictures are done. As usual, Jayme's work in amazing. The pictures are at http://www.photoreflect.com/pr3/store.aspx?p=48091 - click on Elijah Beard; the password is Aaron. I have no idea how I'm going to pick from these pictures.
Off to enjoy a my (busy) day with Elijah.
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Saturday, March 14, 2009
See the little curl?
Here's 'after' with Christy, the beautician who cut his hair (not the greatest picture of Elijah)
Since I last blogged.... I sold my couch and loveseat and bought a new couch. I love it, but don't have any pictures of the new couch yet.
...we spent the weekend in Springfield and went to my old home church. My childhood pastor, Brother Brown, got to meet my little angel (Bro. Brown knew my parents before I was born, dedicated me as a baby, and performed Chris and I's wedding)
Gotta go - everyone is up and around. I need to get dressed and start the day!
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
I think most of you know we have a new nephew in the family. Jereamiah Briden-Ray Beard was born Feb. 12th at 10:33 a.m. He weighed in at 4 lbs, 10 oz. Christina had a super fast delivery... I'm so jealous (of the fast delivery). We were visiting them at the hospital and she was saying that the birth certificate listed his birth at 10:33. Then she got out her phone and looked at the call time... at 9:55 she was on the phone with the nurse telling them she was nearly at the doctors office. In 38 minutes, she was checked by the doctor, rushed to the ER, and delivered. Wow! Yes, I know it was seven weeks early and something, quite obviously wasn't right, but man! Can you imagine? Makes my 20+ hour labor seem extra long! The little guy is doing so well. He's taking a bottle some, but still has a feeding tube too. Other than that, he's off the respirator, IV, etc. I can't remember his last weight... and even at that, the last numbers I heard was on Sunday and you know how fast a baby can change!
We're going to Johnny and AJ's this weekend. On Sunday we'll attend Brother Brown's church. Very few people from that church has seen our baby - and they'll be seeing a 5 month old! I hate it that we've not gotten down there, but seems life just hits you from one side and then keeps right on going.
Keep me in your prayers. Today has been one of them days that work, home-making, and mommy-hood have come crashing in on me all at once. I keep telling myself that my baby could be in NICU. I could be jobless. My life could be so much worse, but I think the hormones are in overdrive.
On that note, here's five blessings in my life:
- I have good health insurance
- We have two good working vehicles
- The sun was shining today - and I took Elijah for a walk in it
- My carpets are fresh and clean - thanks to a hard working husband
- I am surrounded by my happy, healthy, family
So you see, I have so much to be thankful for. Good night!
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
I really like the Urologist, Dr. DeMarco. He examined Elijah and said 'everything' looked good. Because of the continued events with blood (in his diaper) the good Dr. ordered a VCUG (see page 3 of this pdf file) and ultrasound.
For the VCUG, they had to insert a catheter. Thankfully, they used a topical numbing gel and sugar water to help with the pain. The nurse was brilliant and Elijah did so good. He kept smiling until his little bladder got to full. Then he started crying... Once he was able to pee, he was super happy again.
After the tests, we went back to Dr. DeMarco. He showed us in the ultrasound that Elijah has some inflammation in his right kidney, but it is minimal. The other kidney looks good. Elijah does have reflux though. Basically, his bladder isn't draining properly causing the urine to back up into the kidneys. Elijah should outgrow this condition - it rarely requires additional treatment. We're to only watch for a high fever, which could be a sign of a kidney infection.
I'm am so thankful to the Lord that Elijah's problem isn't anymore serious than this. I've been claiming and believing for Elijah's healing since day one the blood showed up in his diaper. I know it's happened for a reason - and I'm so thankful my baby isn't suffering the same as some of the children I seen today. I give all the glory and praise to Jesus!
Saturday, January 31, 2009
Chris has already filed our taxes for 2008. See that little man on the left of this page? Isn't he the cutest little Tax Deduction you've ever seen? Our return is definately larger, thanks to Elijah. I'm so happy to be able to pay off a bill AND put a bit in savings. Quite a good way to start the weekend!
Has everyone seen Fireproof? We're having friends over tonight to watch it for the first time. We had both wanted to go see it when it opened in the theater, but because I was 39 weeks pregnant, we didn't make it. I'm not big on going to the theaters, but to be honest, I really want to support these types of movies. I would like for Hollywood to get the message that we're sick of trash and want movies with wholesome content. We own their first two movies also, Flywheel and Facing the Giants - both are excellent films I would recommend to anyone. Even my Dad wants to see them! Facing the Giants has literally been an inspiration to both Chris and I.
I should get off here. I've been on the computer more today than in weeks. I hadn't uploaded pictures in forever but I'm finally caught up on that. TTFN!
Friday, January 30, 2009
Monday, January 26, 2009
Saturday, January 24, 2009
Love to all my 'followers!'