Well, I am finally back to the blogging world! I have missed it terribly, but life...well, it's hectic! I hope you guys didn't give up on me. I am going to try to keep you posted better on our "happenings". Below are just a few things that we have been up to over the past 6-7 weeks. Wow! I can't believe it has been that long!! Enjoy!!
Friday, September 30, 2011
I try to remind myself everyday that this is my job, not my life. Sometimes I feel like it is ALL I breathe. God is beginning to show me to only focus on what He desires for me to do at school. That is hard when pressure and expectations are so high. I love my school and my job, but I have to set my mind on things on things above...
Do you know who this is???????
My sweet parents....Scott and Lou Harrington
We recently celebrated Mom and Dad's 50th wedding anniversary. They were married on 9/11/1961. Thank you Mom and Dad for all of the sacrifices you have made for our family, and more personally me. I love you and would not be the person I am today without you. Thank you for loving and serving the Lord, and for loving me unconditionally.
We told Mari Morgan that she had to choose between gymnastics and soccer. Not sure where the soccer came from....anyway. She chose to do gymnastics. She is in a class with 2 older girls that are a little more advanced than she is. Her coach suggested this for her. I was afraid that she would get discouraged, but she is doing fine. Her coach, Lauren, is very supportive, and she and MM likes her alot.
Her favorite thing is bars. She is getting to try harder things, and she loves it. She talked about this move all night long. She was so proud of herself. Watch and learn...Ha!
Nathan absolutely LOVES football. I don't understand why anyone would enjoy carrying around pads that weigh more than you and getting hit. Hard!!! Oh well, I guess it's a man thing. He does a really good job and we are proud of him. We love to watch him play, and best of all, his jersey this year is maroon--GO DOGS!
Oops, I mean GO MAROON TIGERS!!
Sweaty, stinky, but proud boy! They got a "w".