Tuesday, December 8, 2009
The pecan pies that I made. They tasted fine, but the syrup mixture got underneath the crust somehow, so they fell apart when you dished it out. Oh well!
On our way to Branson (sorry these switch to small pictures, not sure why!)
Waiting for our tram to SDC
My mom and me
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Thursday, November 26, 2009
I'm also very thankful for daily blessings. My wonderful husband who is incredibly patient and loving. I'm not the easiest person to be around all the time. I get confused easily, sometimes can't finish my sentences, and am very emotional. We have been together a little over 7 years, married for almost 3 1/2, and he amazes me all the time by how patient he is with me. He loves me unconditionally, even when I flush my keys down the toilet when we are in the middle of nowhere! He is very giving and encouraging. I could not have found a better man to complete me. I love him with all of my heart.
If you haven't noticed from my blog, I am thankful for my dogs. All I've ever wanted to be from the time I was little was a wife and a mom. Since we are not at a point where we can have children yet, our dogs give me something to take care of and love on (and talk to!). They make me laugh so much and I can't remember what we were like before we got them! They are definitely my babies!!
I'm thankful for all of my family, immediate, extended, and in-laws. I am blessed to be loved and supported by so many!
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Thursday, November 12, 2009
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Friday, November 6, 2009
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Our front door
Our console table in our dining room.
Our table, all set!
This is our tree with our new ornaments. I told Tim the ornaments were my Christmas present this year because I wanted them so badly. I love the red and lime green (I wish you could see them better. I might have to make a post later of each of the different ones up close). My garland definitely needs a little help! Tim will have to fix it! He had to fix all the ornaments I put on there!! Seems like I remember my mom telling me a story about how I would put all my ornaments on one limb of the tree and after I went to bed my mom would rearrange them all over the tree. I never knew the difference!
After Thanksgiving, I will put out the rest of my Christmas decor. I'm going to make my wreath for our door to match the tree with the garland and some little ornaments that go with the ones on the tree. Plus, we are going to put some of our favorite personal ornaments on the tree, too. My sister-in-law makes us ornaments each year and I love them! She is so talented and I look forward to what she is going to create every year. So I will put some more pictures up as I add things.
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Thursday, November 5, 2009
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
After we found out about the Navy a few weeks ago, Tim contacted the Air Force. The reason he hadn't pursued the Air Force before is because we were told they did not offer loan repayment...boy were we wrong! Their reimbursement and pay plan is much better than the Navy and the person Tim talked to was very knowledgeable about the pharmacy specific things. So, Tim has submitted his application to the Air Force and we will see where everything goes from there. He is also looking into some one year residencies that he could possibly do. One is in the Temple, another in South Carolina (I think), and a couple in Tennessee. Also, he got an email from his Navy recruiter who told us they have decided to reinstate the loan repayment for pharmacists in 2010. So, we have several options now. Now that we know about the Air Force, though, it seems like the pay would be better there and Tim knows that he likes the job that he would be doing. If you think of us, just pray for God's guidance as some doors begin to open and opportunities arise.
This past weekend we were able to go to the UT/OSU game. Now, I grew up in Arkansas, so my blood is Razorback Red! It was hard to put a burnt orange shirt on Saturday! But it was so fun and all the fans we sat around were so friendly! I wish we were able to do that more often. I'll post some pictures later.
I hope everyone is doing well!
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Tuesday, October 20, 2009
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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
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