Family Christmas at Grandma's house (best gathering in years)
Highlights of 2010
January consisted of my birthday and our anniversary. It was also a time or reorganization, sort of.
February had my daughter turning a quarter of a century!!! How did that happen??? Then a store description of what God is like. More reorganization.
March was a no-blog month other than remembering someone special.
April had Spring coming and my oldest daughter turning 27. I had my kids when I was 10. :)
May was the beginning of a new chapter in my health .
June is an extension of the Spring with a full bush of hydrangeas.
July was a month of no blogs. Don't know why.
August was a month of meeting new people at my new workplace, learning more about communion and a Writer's Meme.
September was a time to reflect on my friends.
October was a time to think about my health and how God has taken me to a path of balance in my life...physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally.
November was a time of Thanksgiving several times, a huge photo challenge that went into December, a trip to SLO and a special time to remember those "kids" who are serving our country. I say kids because I've known most of them most of their lives through youth group and their families. What a sacrifice they are giving to our country - time from families and friends, not knowing what's going to happen next. Thank you again, for your service. Come home safely if you are still deployed/serving.
And December...December...went out with a BANG (even though I wrote it today...still happened in 2010)!!! But first, had to decorate, write a letter and finish up the photo challenge.
One of the things I would like to do is to do more writing. I'm hoping to not spend too much time on the computer, but I do want my time to be a little more productive. Anything you want to know about me and my life? I may or may not write about your suggestions, but at least it would give me some ideas to bounce off of. So, to all you bloggers, I hope you have a great year with many fun, thoughtful, prayerful things to write about. I look forward to reading another year of favorite blogs and finding new blogs to read.