Now this picture is not the mean kitty. I couldn't get a picture of her/him, but was able to get a picture of the really nice one.
Monday, November 17, 2008
Posted by Kirsten at 8:03 AM
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Posted by Kirsten at 11:00 PM
Friday, November 7, 2008
Thanks Melissa T. for tagging me because it has really made me focus and think of all the great wonderful things my husband has done for me, therefore making me the luckiest woman alive.
I am the luckiest woman alive:
Reason #1: My husband is very hard working he is the type that needs to be doing something productive and if it is not it is a waste of time. He is very determined at striving to be the best and he encourages me to do the same.
Reason #2: When I was in the hospital after having all of our children c-section he attends to the baby in the nursery, taking pictures and being there for them when I am getting put back together. That has always been a comfort to me because unlike a normal delivery I cannot bond and hold them right away.
Reason #3: Even though he may not express his feelings much it's always the moments I catch his expression on his face when he is looking at me or the kids that truly shows me how much he loves and cares for us. His faces brightens and he does get a twinkle in his eyes. I love that and I love him forever.
I believe that if you are truly strive to have a happy marriage and are truly happy you are the luckiest woman alive because not everyone gets the opportunity to love.
I tag Karen P. , Sera and Melissa S.
Posted by Kirsten at 8:00 AM
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
I don't know about everyone else, but I am so happy that November 4th has come and gone. I am happy to say that I am looking forward to some definate changes in our country. I also believe President Obama has and will set a new tone and inspiration to our country as well. He is a great speaker and as I told Robert last night I believe he is a very determined man to want to start making things better for all the US citizens. For all of you that are worried about him being President, don't be I believe he knows he has a lot to live up to as the first African American President and from the large amount of people he knew voted for him and supported him as well. Please look forward to seeing our country change in a positive way. It is a very historical moment and one that we will be able to talk to our children and grandchildren about.
Posted by Kirsten at 9:48 AM
Saturday, November 1, 2008
Posted by Kirsten at 9:26 AM