Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Haven't been on in a while family! Just letting everyone know that life is going well:) I recently auditioned to be in the play Carousel and I made it! YAY!
The dates of the performances are as followed:

February 23-25 (7:30pm)
March 1-3, 8-10 (7:30pm)
Feb. 26 and March 4 (2:00pm)

Hope you guys will all come see it!!!

Saturday, December 3, 2011


Okay, I was blown away once again by God my Provider!
We needed 32,000 dollars to come in within two days in order for everyone to be able to go on outreach. In two days God provided all that money plus more!!!!! GOSH! :D

Monday, October 31, 2011

Why, Oh Why can I not comment on someone's post

I have tried to comment on several post but it will not let me! Has something to do with select the profile option. Help!

Friday, October 28, 2011


Hello family!

As most of you know I am going to Cambodia! Definitely not what I was expecting but I will say I am quite excited to see what the Lord has in store! While we are in Cambodia, we will be working with the long term YWAM missionaries there. Our focus while there will be mainly on the sex-trafficking district there. My hope is that we will get to work with the children who have been caught in the sex trade.

It has been a gruesome few weeks learning about the sex-trade and its horrors. Children as young as 5 years old are being sold into it. My heart is breaking for those children. It is a horror that I never fully understood or even knew about. It is quite sickening the more I learn. I ask that everyone begins praying now for my team and I. It is going to be a very difficult outreach, especially when facing the men who buy these poor children.

God has really been teaching me a lot about His justice and mercy and love. His justice is unlike ours. We are not going over there to convict and condemn the men who are buying. I am learning so much about God's heart, and He longs to bring those men into close relationship just as much as He longs for the victims. He deserves to have all come to Him because He paid the ultimate price for each and ever single one of us. I ask for prayers that we will be able to see these men as God sees them, and that God's love for all people will just overflow to everyone we come into contact with.

TCS Volleyball


Monday, October 24, 2011

Friday, October 21, 2011

Adding photos:


Never mind...I figured it out!

World Series!

Great first two games! Aunt Peggy is going to game 4 in Arlington.

Aunt Patty is turning 50 years old on October 27th.

I am going to see Emily next week if anyone has anything they want me to take to her.

Good Morning!

Hi everybody!  Just wanted to give an update:  Christianna's volleyball team goes into their last game of the season on Monday (an away game) undefeated!  The tournament will be held Frday, October 28 at Tricity Prep (off Hwy 89A).

The dogs have been doing great here at the old RV camp, however they got cited this past week after a grumpy (according to neighbors) old guy with a pot belly and no shirt pulled into the lot and yelled about everything under the sun while he was hooking up his RV.  Stupidly, I forgot to close the blinds in the RV and Christianna's dog saw him and went crazy!  You know how she LOVES men!  Anyway...she barked all afternoon apparently...I wasn't home to confirm that, but I have no doubts about it!

After profusely apologizing to the big fat grumpy man without a shirt (and his poor wife) I further humbled myself to apologize to the camp owners.  All is well and they won't kick us out.  But in order to keep the dog calm I have to run the fan and put in a video to mask any outside sounds that might mean there are other people that live on the planet.  Hmph.  Oh well...

Yesterday, while walking said dog (who by-the-way was going nuts over a new dog in the neighborhood) I was trying desperately to lead them up the hill into the rocks.  In order to do that one must duck under a tree branch that hangs in the path on the hill.  Well, I miscalculated its position and crashed my head into it puncturing a hole into the top of my head and leaving two other superficial cuts/scrapes as well.  I can't hurt.  Still does.  But I think as we get older our nerves must just be 'hotter' and therefore creates more pain than the wound really deserves.  Either that or my crazy nerves are still just very confused.    Anyway, I called Allison to see if I could stop by her house so she could clean me up.  After all the wound was on top of my head and I could not see it.  All I knew was that head wounds bleed in large quantities, and mine was not an acception.  Here I was, trying to get the two dogs back down the hill, blood literally pouring down my face, wondering just what these people (who were definitely looking at me and my barking dog) were wondering.  I never found out, because none of them came to help me.  Interesting, that.  Anyway, it is no big deal.  Actually it was kind of amuzing because I was just on my way to meet Cindy Jimison to help her buy things for Senior night at that afternoon's game.  So after a quick stop to Alli's I took my blood streaked head to the school to meet her.  I recombed my hair first, of course, but could not get all the blood out.  It just looked like I was trying out some red highlights in my hair...ha, ha!  My saga for the week.

Classes are going well.  Right now I'm just taking German and Hospitality Management 100 (one of those 100 level elective classes I had to take to replace all my art and music credits that didn't transfer...but it is actually helpful for my future plans on conducting historical tours.)  But two 400 level History classes start the first week of November - so the fun will really begin then.  But its almost over!  Yeah!

Christianna got to talk to that Jazz guy on XFACTOR yesterday...but that's her story and I will let her tell you.  Dan is still hot on the trail of any news that will disable the democratic candidates for the next presidential election.  But that is HIS story...

Anna, thank you for contributing to the blog...oh, and Joe too.  Everybody else needs to get on board!