September 14, 2012


I've been a little lost in the blogging world lately. Truth be told, I've been a little lost in real world lately as well... Since we're being honest - most things in my house have been a little lost lately too.

We are moving to Guyana in South America. The general response to that is, "Oh wow! When?!" And my general response is to smile blankly back. "When?" That certainly is the question of the day. The answer is a resounding "I don't know." Several factors have to be in place before we can go. First of all, we still need to eat. Second of all, eating takes money. Third of all, we don't have enough money to eat on. While we are getting closer to our roughly $4,000 goal, we aren't there yet. All in God's timing, right? (And God, just in case "at home with millie and sam" is on your blogroll and you happen to catch this post, my offer to help get all this on the calendar is still open.)

I used to be in college. I was quick and witty (well, in my own special way) and I remembered information long enough to get "A's" on tests. These days... well I don't know if it's the 2 kids or the lack of a collegiate environment or a zillion other factors (none of which include my age) but I have the hardest time remembering things! I have never had this problem... at least that I remember.

Anyway, what was I saying?

Oh yeah. The ol' memory. She's just not what she used to be. Does anyone know if there is an herb I can take? Some sort of dietary supplement?

This is part of that "lost" thing I mentioned in the beginning.

Millie is now 3. Sigh. And Samuel is 15 months. Double sigh. They are 32 and 22 pounds, respectively. That's over 50 lbs of kids. Good thing I've got a titanium reinforced hip... great, just one. Does that mean I'm going to be lopsided?

I really hope I don't lose my kids...

So anyhow. That's us. And I updated my blog template. That's about it. My computer had some problems and I reformatted it and lost my iphoto somehow. So I don't have a photo program. I guess I need to just buy it.. drat.

I also added a tab about our project, which is a letter from our family, and a tab for DIIC (Davis Indian Industrial College) which is a link to our new website. Not much on it yet, because we're not there yet. But soon and very soon it will be full of all the amazing testimonies God will give us to share.

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