Wednesday, October 29, 2008

A Time of Great Change

Well here we are, just 7 days from Election Day. Things are really going to be different this time next week. Not only will I know if my constitutional rights have been taken away, but I will also know who will be leading our country. Will we remain in war? Will we have good solutions offered to help the American people in this economic crisis? Will healthcare improve? Will our taxes go down? What direction will our nation be heading? We do know that great change is upon us...will a woman enter the white house as VP or will a Black man enter the white house as our President? I still believe in the American people and in their ability to do what's best for our nation. I fear I may lose that belief if this election goes a certain way. I pray I won't.

As for my little ones, they are thriving at school and loving it. They are growing so fast. We recently visited the Pumpkin Patch to celebrate Harvest time. We are cheering for our Vikings. GO VIKINGS!!!

Friday, October 10, 2008 visits again like an unwelcome neighbor. I've just settled in at my new job and now my boss's boss, the VP over our division, is leaving the company. He is part of the reason why I accepted the job and it stinks! In addition, this is bringing about change within the division and there's always that unsettling feeling of lost security that creeps up from being laid off 7 months ago. can sure count on always dealing with it in some form or fashion.

In addition, I have been drudging up lots of stuff from my past for an autobiographical article I am writing. Lots of emotions running around inside my much so that I couldn't even sleep...and I love to sleep!

So, I will do what I always do and step into faith and believe that no matter what comes my way, I will be provided for and my family will be taken care of...that is God's promise to me and God is not a liar! I can rest in that...I just have to remind myself of that daily!!

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Our visit to the Farm

Last weekend we went to Tanaka Farms, a little hide away in Irvine. It's an organic farm and we had so much fun! We went on a wagon ride, saw little animals in the petting zoo, picked carrots, green beans and onions right from the farm and picked pumpkins. More pictures to come...