~2/28/09~ Hello

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Hello Sparkland. I have felt drawn to the site lately to touch base and let my friends here know I am still in the universe. I have taken almost 3 months off of my involvement here at Spark. I miss you all. I am not sure when I can make it back to participate regularly, but I do peek in quite a bit.

Luke is doing well. His 1st birthday is coming up 3/31! Can you believe that? He is really doing fabulous!

DH & I have gotten completely immersed in our Dave Ramsey studies and are making headway there. (We have a long way to go but we do have a plan in place finally.)

Josh (middle DS) has moved out back around Thanksgiving. We are communicating some but not in each others face like we were. This is working out better. Its all part of the cutting the apron strings thing I guess.

Katy (DD, 14) is doing great. She has her first real boyfriend. I am so very proud of her.

My job is still super busy (we are in the middle of an ownership change where my SISTER is buying the company! yay!). We should finish up the leg work on the change over within the next 2 weeks or so.

Life is still busy busy busy here. Its just as busy for me as I am sure it is for you! We all have life...Some people are better at keeping up is all (I need to work on that! LOL)

Take care til next time...

PS, thank you for those of you who have left me messages, goodies and emails! I appreciate you all!

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    Thanks for the update!! I miss hearing from you. I can't believe Luke is going to be one - what a cutie!!! I hope you are still getting lots of time with him and I pray that his parents will work things out. Are you getting on the Wii at all? I just started reading the Dave Ramsey book, thanks to you. Check back in when you can and know that we are thinking about you and praying for you.

    Your friend,
    4219 days ago
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