As you can see I'm not much of a blogger. Compared to Ann my life is really boring. Faith is great. She is almost completely potty trained. She wears undies at night. There has been a few accidents but nothing major. She has managed to have 3 nights in a row accident free. Last night she ended that streak by going. The funny thing is she barely went in the bed most of it was on the floor. I think she woke up had to go but didn't make it, but at least she tried. Right now she is getting in trouble. Her dad is yelling at her for touching the computers. She turned it off right in the middle of his game. Work is going great. I am 99% stress free. There is always a little stress in life but nothing like what I had at my last job. I sleep through the night. My hair still falls out (normal I'm sure) but not in large clumps anymore. The migraine are almost completely gone. Instead of once or twice a week, now they are few and far between. Don is leaving for a whole week. He leaves Monday. He is going to a confrence for work. Faith will be at her grandparents Monday night so I will be all alone for the first time in..... well forever. Ok thats enough for now Don is pacing impatiently, we are going to dinner and he wants to leave.
Sunday, November 12, 2006
Sunday, November 05, 2006
We finally got the computers out of the dinningroom and into the bedrooms. Hopefully I will have my very first dinningroom table in by tonight. This will be the first time that I have had a dinningroom that was used for it's true purpose. I am eben contemplating hosting Thanksgiving this year at my house. It will be the first time I have ever done that.
Saturday, October 07, 2006
I start my new job On Monday the 16th. I am nervous and excited all at the same time. This will be good for me and my family. I just hope it goes well. I am going to have my own desk and computer. I can actually have a picture of Faith at work. My last job didn't really like us to have personal pictures. I think it is because of the kind of job it was. It is a check cashing place and all of our stores are in the worst areas of Sacramento. Faith is doing well potty training is going great. We haven't had an accident in a few days. She still has to wear a diaper at night but during the day she wears her training pants. She is so happy today because I let her wear regular underwear. She says "can't pee in my Tinkerbell chonies right mama". She is growing so fast. She speaks so well for a 2 and a half year old. She is able to get her point across and makes since most of the time. Well I now have to tackle my excel (I am taking a class online through the college).
Friday, October 06, 2006
Here is a slideshow of some of the pictures from our family trip to Disneyland. Faith loved it for the most part. She was scared in the Pirates of the Caribean and A Bugs Life. She loved the teacups, train, and Monsters Inc. Her favorite was It's a Small World. We had to ride that one 5 times. We rode it 3 times on Monday and twice on Tuesday. All in all it was a great trip.
Friday, September 29, 2006
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Ok here it is I interviewed with the DA's office a while ago. I passed the background for it and was told that they couldn't "officailly" offer me the job until I passed a physical. I took the physical yesterday. So that means I have a new job with the County of Sacramento!!!!! I haven't gooten word yet on the results but I am in good health and drug free so :D.
Friday, September 22, 2006
So by the end of next week I might have some good news but I don't want to jinx it so I will wait to tell you until I know for sure. I have been working an awful lot this week and I had some work due for my online college class. I haven't had a whole lot of time to do much. My stress level lately has been way high. The good news is I get to go on vacation a week from Sunday. We are taking the baby to Disneyland. We will be leaving Sunday morning and returning Wednesday evening. It should be fun. I have the whole week off so I should have a few days to rest. We are trying to potty train Faith it seems to be going ok. She is telling us when she has to go for the most part, there are a few accidents now and then. Well I suppose I should get back to my class stuff :(.
I do believe you can eat at chillis at any time on the 25th.
Nick Avery was a St. Jude patient until August 25, 2006 when his life ended suddenly due to an unexpected complication from leukemia. Please help children and teens like Nick who are still fighting for their lives. How can you help? Simply by taking your family out to dinner at Chili’s.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is undergoing an expansion that includes the Chili’s Care Center which will house more inpatient rooms and research. Chili’s guests nationwide can be a part of this meaningful campaign by donating $1 or more throughout the month of September to color a pinup of the signature Chili’s pepper. In addition, patrons can purchase Create a Pepper t-shirts from Chili’s that can be customized with permanent marker to fit their individual style. New this year are Create a Pepper gift cards, which offer a means of giving to those you love while giving back. Chili’s will donate $1 to St. Jude for every $25 purchased in Create a Pepper gift cards. Patrons also are encouraged to eat at their local Chili’s on Monday, Sept. 25, when Chili’s will donate 100% of its profits from restaurant sales to St. Jude.
Join us on Sept. 25 to honor Nick’s memory and to help other children continue their fight by eating at Chili’s. Visit www.createapepper.com to find the Chili’s restaurant in your neighborhood.