This is one of the blogs I like to read
Today on her blog she was having a challenge so I am going to give it a try :)
Here is my challenge:
On Fridays around these parts we have a little tradition. We throw caution (editing, revising, and worrying) to the winds and just write.
For five minutes flat.
You’re welcome to play along. The rules are easy.
1. Write your heart out for five minutes and then show us what you’ve got.
2. Tell your readers you’re linking up here and invite them to play along.
3. And most importantly, go visit, read, and encourage the fellow five-minuter who linked up right before you.
This time 5 years ago, my family and I were living in a small town in No. california, where my hubby was working as a youth pastor. I actually had just had a our 2nd son about 6 or 7 weeks prior :) I have to say that time in my life was a bit of a blur, I was still recovering from a c- section and adjusting to being a mommy to 2 little boys. Our oldest son was 2 years and 8 months old. At that time I was feeling some concern over E's development, we were going through some steps at that time to figure out reasons for his speech and development delays. Thinking back I was actually pretty stressed out and I think and I cried a lot. It is amazing to think that sitting here 5 years onward that E who was later diagnosed with Autism, is doing amazingly well and M just celebrated his 5th birthday. My days were full of taking care of my 2 boys and also supporting my hubby in his ministry at that time too. I wish I had more exciting things to share with you, but that is pretty much what I remember right now along with remembering I watched American Idol as the new season had just started and that was something that brightened my day.........ooops times up :)
Sunday, February 6, 2011
During the storm
or in the darkness…
to a safe harbor.
From far away…
A friendly light.
Lighthouses: Guides to friendly harbors.
Lighting up the night so bright…
For all those who sail by night.
Lighthouses blow no horns;
they only shine.
Saturday, February 5, 2011
The boys had fun exploring with dad on the beach
but for some reason the water seemed more appealing, at first they were pretty cautious. But as time went on they became more adventurous
Much more adventurous!!! Boy was I glad I had packed extra clothing. As you can see we have 2 boys who are very full of life.
We had a great day, but it wasn't without it's excitement, either! E lost one of his rubber boots, it got washed out to sea :( He was very sad, he was crying in the car and he said "I am not super cute, I lost my boot!" I guess we need to find a new set of rainboots for him!