Tuesday, July 15, 2008

...experiencing delays

It seems that my blog posts are experiencing ever-increasing delays. I think I may be blogged-out.

Things are good here. We are incredibly blessed. What's left to say?

(Except this: I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT SALES OF "GUITAR HERO" ARE GOING THROUGH THE ROOF! It must be due to excellent marketing, 'cause people can't think the product is actually decent. OR maybe I'm almost 40 :))

This blog may be coming to its natural end. I'm not quite sure. I still enjoy checking in on other blogs, but writing for this one- not so much.

So... I'll see how things evolve (or devolve). Not going anywhere yet, but I may be ready for a radical change.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008


It was Canada Day yesterday- DX's first one. He was decked out in red and white and had a ball at our local celebrations!

Of course, there was cake:


I wish all our American friends a wonderful Independence Day long weekend.

Oh, one last picture- I love this one! The kids were on the way to the park. Do you remember how it felt to be on your way to your favorite playground?

Ah, pure summer.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Latest LWB Newsletter

Click on the title above for the Love Without Boundaries June 2008 newsletter.

Most of you know all about this wonderful charity, but in case you don't, here's how they describe their beginnings:

"Love Without Boundaries began in the year 2003, after a group of adoptive parents came together to help save the life of one tiny boy in China. Following his successful heart surgery, they realized that people with a pure love for helping children can truly make a difference. LWB incorporated as a 501(c)(3) charity in the state of Oklahoma, and our worldwide team of volunteers went to work. In just five short years, we have watched our foundation grow from providing a handful of surgeries and baby formula in 2003 to touching the lives of thousands of children today through foster care, medical, education, and nutrition programs. In 2007, we delivered over one million dollars of direct humanitarian aid to children, while maintaining an overhead of less than 3%."