Sunday, December 14, 2008

Top Ten (Vol.2)

10. I am completely done Christmas shopping (now, if I can just get them wrapped).

9. So far, Kael has had two vegetable baby foods and has had no reaction.

8. There is only one more week until Bryce's surgery (seems weird to be thankful for that but I am just ready for it to be over with).

7. Kael is completely sitting up now (with no help and never falling over) which is great for entertainment purposes : ).

6. I am in a 10 lb weight loss competition with a friend and I am finally getting motivated. I want to lose 15-20 all together.

5. Chris only has one more week on his surgical pathology rotation and then it is on to autopsy which means a lot less hours. Yay!

4. Our neighbors

3. Our home

2. Rachael Ray held Kael's hand :0)!

1. All of my boys...seriously thankful for them this week.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Top Ten

Sunday is going to start being Top Ten day on my blog. This is a list of the top ten things that I am thankful for in the last week. The list will contain all kinds of things...simple and meaningful. Make your own Top Ten list on Sundays. It is a great way to reflect on the last week and take time to be thankful for even the small things.

Top Ten things that I am thankful for this week...

10. Trader Joe's (dairy free chocolate covered pretzels, dairy free chocolate chips and Charles Shaw Cab Sauv for $2.99)

9. Benadryl

8. Brio train table for $50

7. Christmas shopping and decorating is almost complete

6. My old community group experience from Heritage

5. Bryce is TOTALLY potty and night :0)! There will be no more diaper buying in the house (Kael is in cloth)!

4. My sister and brother-in-law trusting in God's plan

3. Newhope Church (I am so ready for the membership class in January. We missed the last 2 because Chris has been getting home at 8 or after almost every night. We are really ready to get plugged in.)

2. Chris being on vacation for 3 days

1. Being reminded to SLOW down and focus on Him during this season and always
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