Thursday, November 6, 2008

This is 100!

Wow.  I have hit my 100th post.  I started blogging in June after stalking Tonja's blog during the Spring.  I want to say thank you so much for actually taking time to read what I write and leave sweet comments that I look forward to. 
THANK you sweet friends for your encouraging words yesterday.  God is so good.  Ben and I had a long talk yesterday and he was so encouraging and insightful.
We stayed home last night and enjoyed homemade calzones and a game of football tag in the front yard.
I ran over a new little tree while running to get AWAY from the football.  It was soooo funny.  
Today, I am thankful to have gotten a head start on today's needs last night.  
Ben had a meeting with the older boys in his office yesterday evening.  
To sum it up he explained:  You don't work, you don't eat.
Thanks to that, you would be amazed what is getting done around here!
More importantly, I am going to choose to rejoice in whatever task I need to do.
We are heading to the fair tonight.
Here's looking forward to an elephant ear and germs!


Kristen said...

WOW! I have been blogging since February and still haven't hit my 100th post! Glad things are brighter for you! Have fun at the fair...we went Sunday and had a ball. Of course, Steve had the hand sanitizer out for her after every ride!!!

Anonymous said...

I love your blog. I miss the days of three little boys running around under my feet(driving me crazy). Enjoy it all! I am sitting here patiently awaiting my middle son, James, and his girlfriend coming in for the weekend. I never would have dreamed how much I long for chaos!!! You are precious!
Kathy G.

Hicks Family said...

Hey Andi,
I love reading your blog, you are so real and I love reading the insight and life lessons of being a mom. Thanks for being transparent. Congrats on reaching 100 post! Take care.
Shannon (korey) Hicks

Paula (SweetPea) said...

Rejoicing with you.

Love the new background.

justabeachkat said...

Elephant ears and germs! Gosh, you made me laugh.


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