Thursday, November 13, 2008

15 Things I'm not Afraid to Admit...

I was tagged by Denise!!!

So here it goes... 15 things I'm not afraid to admit:

1. I am not afraid to admit that Jesus Christ is my Savior
2. I am not afraid to admit that I am a chocoholic!
3. I am not afraid to admit that I like reading romance novels! (shout out to all the girl's I used to work with at Harlequin!)
4. I'm not afraid to admint that I hate snakes!
5. I'm not afraid to admit I was a nerd in high school
6. I'm not afraid to admit I am domestically challenged
7. I am also not afraid to admit I didn't learn to cook until after I was married..
8. I am not afraid to admit that I like cheesy power ballads from the 80's
9. I am not afraid to admit that I am a huge General Hospital fan since I was a teenager
10. I am not afraid to admit that I am a coffee addict and love Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts lattes (especially their pumpkin ones!)
11. I am not afraid to admit that I love the NY Mets even when they are losing :(
12. I am not afraid to admit that I am a jeans and tshirt girl
13. I am not afraid to admit I have a tattoo
14. I am not afraid to admit that I can't dance salsa :(
15. I am not afraid to admit that I met my husband at a parade!

ok now I am tagging...

mammadawg and Keli


I saw this on Stacey's blog and thought it was cool!
Here is what you do:

1. Go to your picture file

2. Find the 4th folder

3. Upload your 4th picture

4. Post
So here is my 4X4
This is a picture of my brother and Julia learning to juggle at this year's Arthur Ashe Kid's Day at the National Tennis Stadium in Flushing, New York!!!

Operarion Christmas Child- Samaritan's Purse

Please check out this really cool charity! Julia's school collected shoe boxes filled with gifts to send to underpriviledged children around the world and this charity is holding their national collection week from November 17-November 24th. You can find the drop off locations by entering your zipcode on their website

This is a description of the program from the website:

Operation Christmas Child brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift-filled shoe boxes and the Good News of God’s love. Since 1993, more than 61 million shoe boxes have been packed, shipped, and delivered across the globe. People of all ages can be involved in this simple, hands-on missions project while focusing on the true meaning of Christmas—Jesus Christ.

How to Pack a Shoe Box


Use an empty shoe box (standard size, please) or a small plastic container. You can wrap the box (lid separately), but wrapping is not required. Most importantly, pray for the child who will receive your gift.


Determine whether your gift will be for a boy or a girl, and the child’s age category: 2-4, 5-9, or 10-14. Print out the appropriate boy/girl label by downloading the artwork to the right. Mark the correct age category on the label, and tape the label to the top of your box.


Fill the box with a variety of gifts that will bring delight to a child.  Use the gift ideas provided on the bottom of this page.


Please donate $7 or more for each shoe box you prepare to help cover shipping and other project costs. You can give online by using our EZGIVE option, or you can write a check to Samaritan’s Purse (note “OCC” on memo line) and place it in an envelope on top of the gift items inside your box. If you or your family are preparing more than one shoe box, please make one combined donation.


Place a rubber band around each closed shoe box and drop off at the Collection Center nearest you during our collection week November 17 - 24.

For locations and hours of collection visit our Drop-Off Locations page where you can find the nearest place to take your shoe box by entering your ZIP Code or you can call 1-800-353-5949.

You can also send your shoe box gift to:
Samaritan’s Purse
Operation Christmas Child

801 Bamboo Road
Boone, NC 28607


small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yos, jump ropes, small Etch A Sketch®, toys that light up or make noise (with extra batteries), Slinky®, etc.

pens, pencils and sharpener, crayons or markers, stamps and ink pad sets, writing pads or paper, solar calculators, coloring and picture books, etc.

toothbrush, toothpaste, mild bar soap (in a plastic bag), comb, washcloth, etc.

Hard candy and lollipops (please double bag all candy), mints, gum, T-shirts, socks, ball caps; sunglasses, hair clips, toy jewelry, watches, flashlights (with extra batteries)

In a separate envelope, you may enclose a note to the child and a photo of yourself or your family. (If you include your name and address, the child may write back.)

Used or damaged items; war-related items such as toy guns, knives or military figures; chocolate or food; out-of-date candy; liquids or lotions; medications or vitamins; breakable items such as snowglobes or glass containers; aerosol cans

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Wordless Wednesday- Julia's Halloween Party at Dance School


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