Monday, October 12, 2009

Only have time for a few pictures

Friday, March 13, 2009

Little Chef

Rhett is really growing up. He loves to help me in the kitchen. He calls it making. He is the best maker. He can even make his own sandwich without any help.

Cute little Cart

My parents got me this cute little cart for Christmas. It is perfect to hold lots of my books. I love it. Thanks mom and dad.

I finally got Cabinet Pulls!

For the first time in my married life, I finally have cabinet pulls! Thanks to my dad for putting them up. They really dress up those builder-basic cabinets. I really want to paint the cabinets a nice ivory, with maybe a stain or glaze over them. Richard is so against the idea, that it is most likely not to happen. With our house value in the dumper, the probability is that we will grow old and gray in this house. So maybe he will soften with time.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Okay, If you want to laugh your pants off . . .

Go read Michelle's latest blog post. Seriously!


So, I am the worst blogger ever, but if you want to see what I am up to, go check out my sister's blogs. On the sidebar, Val and Mikelle. They are much more organized and up to date than I am. You can even see pictures of me and my family. Thanks, Guys for enabling me to be such a slacker.

Monday, December 22, 2008


Richard and I saw a program about micro finance on PBS a few months back and we both were so touched that we knew we wanted to get involved. Now we help people in developing countries to build profitable business and care for their families needs. We use Kiva. Check it out at This is from their website:

Kiva is the world's first person-to-person micro-lending website. By enabling people to connect with and make personal loans to low-income entrepreneurs in the developing world, Kiva is revolutionizing the fight against global poverty. You can make a direct loan of as little as $25 to an entrepreneur to purchase business-related items such as sewing machines or livestock. This can dramatically improve the life of an entrepreneur and his/her family, empowering them to earn their way out of poverty.