Monday, October 12, 2009

A Date With My Kids

Sunday, October 18th.  I am going to see Where the Wild Things Are with all 3 of my kids.  My two oldest boys are in college and Sara, my only daughter, is a freshman in high school.  I read this book to my kids years and years ago.  They loved it then.  I think we will all love it again!  I'm really looking forward to it.  Kyle, the oldest is driving down to Muncie, where Craig, the middle guy, goes to college. Kyle is a senior at Taylor University and Craig is a freshman at Ball State University.  Education Redefined.
I just hope I don't cry.  :)  I miss the boys something fierce and I love it when we are all together again.  They think I'm crazy most of the time.  That's not a compliment either.  They just really think I'm crazy!  This should be a fun afternoon.  That is, if I remember to sit in between Craig and Sara, so they don't pick at each other.  I do love my kids!

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Friendship is a wonderful thing...

You know the internet is amazing.  Since I became a coach with Beachbody, I have met so many people from all over the U.S.  One friend in particular is Anne Dovel.  She's amazing.  What a wonderful inspiration she is.  She's a 5 star diamond coach and a stay at home mom.  She home schools her three boys and I think that alone is worth standing up and cheering about.  She's leading by example and we, her "followers" think she should be crowned our Queen!  How about it Anne?  Will you be our Team Beachbody Queen?  Oh, don't thank me Anne.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

I purchased a new book today.  I mean, I went to the grocery for a quick trip. Milk, bread, kleenex, etc. and all of a sudden, this book just hopped into my cart.  So, I took it home and have now read the first 25 pages or so.

I think this awesome little book is going back to the grocery store with me next time.  It promises to help me choose the healthiest of the healthy foods available!  I will take that challenge!
And I may never have to text Anne Dovel ever again.  :)
I hate being outsmarted.