By choice we have become a family, first in our hearts, and finally in breath and being. Great expectations are good; great experiences are better. ~Richard Fischer
Friday, January 8, 2010
Project 365 - Revisited/Revised/Rewritten... Post #1...(4 days late)
Last year, in 2009, there was a group of people who challenged themselves and each other to take a photo each day, hence the title Project 365.I was not part of that group. There is not a single day that goes by that I don't document something with my camera. However, Project 365 involved posting the picture on a group site...not sure which one...maybe Flicker. Anyway. I just don't take the time to upload daily on various sites. Not lazy - it is a case of too many kids, too much laundry, starting a new business, learning to balance checkbooks and do something called reconcile (what the heck? I don't ever balance anything!)
So, taking their idea of regularly posting pictures, I'm going to do
I will post one meaningful picture for each week of the year (ideally every Monday). Yes, I know, I'm already behind. I will catch up right now by posting this lovely Christmas morning photo.
Christmas Morning - After the gifts...
Ashley is wearing her traditional red plaid flannel jammies, she is holding Aiden; while Shelby, looking ever so trendy in her sweats is holding Isaiah (who refuses to let go of his ball); and in the front, with a ten gallon grin, showing off his 'Mater sunglasses is Tyler.
We always take a family photo in front of the tree...this year...we forgot.
I'm a working, Christian mom of four beautiful children. My children are a mixed up group! Mixed gender (boys and a girl), mixed family (biological and adopted), and mixed race (caucasian, caucasian/hispanic, and hispanic). My daughter is 16, brilliant, and athetic. Tyler, our wonder with dimples, is four, highly intelligent, and loves to watch tv/movies (when he is allowed). Aiden and Isaiah, aka: the "Littles" / aka: "The twins" are two. Aiden is lovable and solid as a tank. Isaiah is stubborn and hard-headed!
I am a wife to a wonderful husband who loves the Lord, and provides for our family. He is often found trying to keep me happy by tearing down walls, adding on rooms, and just plain remodeling our home, and he is the President for our local school board.