Sick, rainy day

Enjoying this rainy day with colds, coughs, snacks and warm blankets!

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DJ Kat Kat

The other day when my son was out of the house and my little one was watching Dora, I let my ‘middle’ child play on my iPhone. This doesn’t happen too often so she was totally engrossed. She loves the games, but her favorite thing to do is go through my mp3’s and play songs. Except she doesn’t let the song play all the way through and she jumps from song to song. So it’s a little like hearing a DJ mix music. She can maneuver through that phone better than I can ;).

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Three weeks new

I have a special place in my heart for twins. And these twins totally captured my heart. As did their sweet, sweet golden. LOVED him and wanted to take all three home with me. I sure miss those beginning days, so it’s nice when I get an opportunity to hold a baby or two again. It goes so fast (too fast) so I hope I was able to capture a few moments in the life of three week old twins.

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And they’re off…207!

I can’t believe it has been a whole year since I have posted about 207.You can read all about 207 here and here.


Copied and pasted from their website is this: There are 207 miles between my church home in Peoria, AZ and the barrios of Rocky Point, Mexico. The 207 Miles charity ride was launched to increase awareness of the poverty in Puerto PeƱasco, Mexico & to raise funds for the people battling that poverty. The ride is a annual two day, 207 mile, cycling event from Phoenix to Rocky Point.


But what I say about 207 is this: two people were moved by God to make a difference. And two people dreamed and were BRAVE enough to follow through to actually make that difference. They are two of the most selfless people I know and inspire not only me, but so many other people, by their faith and actions.


This morning I got to spend about 30 min. taking pictures. So these pictures only show the launch of their 207 mile trip. I can only imagine what the next couple of days will be like. You can follow them on their face book page here. It’s fun to watch as they progress and get closer to Rocky Point. And if you can, keep them in your prayers as they go.



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