Showing posts from September, 2010

God is Good

We had a problem. God fixed it. Then I got another one and He fixed it. That's just how He rolls. I love that.
We had a 1995 Nissan Maxima that was a problem. It wasn't taken care of before we got it. Then we got it and tried to take good care of it, but it wasn't too excited about it. It was old and had over 200,000 miles on it. Jason drove it to work for about 2 years, then one day he drove it half way home. I got a call telling me that the car died and it would be too expensive to fix while I was on my way to work. I stressed mildly, but was too busy to worry about it. Then I got off work and was informed that we needed to go pick up our new car. I was confused, but so relieved. God had a plan that He had been working on for a couple weeks preparing the perfect car for us. It's a Dodge Stratus (that looks remarkably like our old car). Jason adores that car. The old nissan didn't have air conditioning, wipers or a CD player. Our new car as all three! He's so …

I'm back

Hello blogging world. I have missed you. Things have been insane, but wonderful. That's how my life is and I like it that way. My two beautiful children continue to grow and astonish me with what they are learning and how incredibly sweet they both are.
I got a new job working at Target Portrait Studios for Lifetouch Studios. It's a pretty sweet gig. I get to work with families, making them smile and capturing sweet moments that they will treasure for years to come. I know it's sappy, but it's true. Below are some pictures that we took for a training session when another girl and I were learning to use the camera. We had some pretty adorable models, so it wasn't too challenging to get a great shot.

So, I've been working there for about 6 weeks. We've had some fun times and some pretty stressful times. I had a family come in who didn't speak English and trying to explain "a standard sheet includes either one 8x10, 2-5x7s, 4-3.5x5's or 8-wallets&qu…