Thursday, November 27, 2008

A Thanksgiving Tag

Hello everybody,
I hope that everyone has a great Thanksgiving with your family and friends. I thought I'd start a Tag. Thanksgiving is a time to think of what we are thankful for so here's the tag....

What are 5 things you are thankful for.......

1) I am so thankful to have the true gospel in my life and to be a member of the church of Jesus christ of latterday saints.

2) I'm thankful for my Family and Friends. We appreciate all the love and support that ya'll have given.

3) I'm thankful for Life and this beautiful world God created for us to live on.

4) I'm thankful for my husband Devon being able to be in the Air-Force. The military has great benefits by paying for all our medical bills and my little boy Alexander's therapys. We wouldn't be able to afford all that stuff by ourselves.

5) I'm thankful for my nice warm home to live in to keep me out of the cold outside and I'm thankful that my hubby and I both have a car to drive where ever we need to go.

There is so many things to be Thankful for. I'd like to tag my friends, Becky, Valerie, Cheryl and Christina and anyone else who wants to write what their Thankful for. Happy Thanksgiving to Ya'll. Have a wonderful Holiday and weekend! Love Ya!

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Look What I can do!

Hey Everyone,
I just had to share this cute new video of my little boy Alexander. In the evening on Tuesday November 18th Alex walked all by himself for the 1st time. We as his parents are so proud of him. Alex being 19 1/2 years old is now able to walk and get into everything he can. I hope you enjoy it!

Monday, November 17, 2008

It's Cold!

I think it is finally starting to feel like winter here in Georgia. Last night it got down in the 30's which is cold for here. Our Heater for some reason isn't working right, its blowing cool air out of the vents instead of heat like it should be. I'm gonna have to call the maintenance people to come fix the heater before we all freeze. Wouldn't it be nice to have warm sunny weather all year round. I sure would like that. It's time to get out our winter clothes, curl up on the couch with a blanket and a nice cup of hot chocolate. This coming weekend Devon's dad & step mom are coming for a visit. Hooray for family. It can get pretty lonely living so far away from family & friends. We've only been in Georgia for 5 1/2 months now and most of the friends we've made are military so they come and go. We are loving the military life, it has great benifits. The air-force is paying for all of Alexander's therapy and tests so that helps out a lot. My husband Devon works in Network Intelligence, which he enjoys but just doesn't like his new hours he works 2pm till 12 midnight, so that doesn't leave him much time to do much other than just sleep. Thats all for now.