Sunday, March 23, 2014

cali life

life is good out here!
Life is crazy out here!
Life is fun out here!
Life can be no so fun!
we are all getting used to each other and making the most and the best of it!
sometimes it feels like this one is floating between two words and not sure where to call home!
Home is now CA and yet home is still FL!
Life is fulled with new and old friendships!
open arms and sometimes a cold shoulder!
Life makes sense and yet sometimes it does not!
The one thing that is know for sure is that all and all life is much happier out here in Cali!

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Its almost my life day!

Every year I make a big deal about my life and normally i start planning next's years life day celebration the day after! This year i have everything i want, so while i am excited to celebrate i am not going to be making a big deal about it!

This is the first life day of being married and with my husband and the move to cali i feel like a pretty set in life! Of course i will be missing my friends and family, but that is normal and apart of life!

Friday, March 7, 2014

11 years ago we lost the Columbia 7

February 1st 2014 marked 11 years since the Columbia was lost, May we never forgot the brave men and women she carried!

please say a prayer for the familes of the Columbia 7!
"My fellow Americans, this day has brought terrible news and great sadness to our country. At 9 o'clock this morning, Mission Control in Houston lost contact with our space shuttle Columbia. A short time later, debris was seen falling from the skies above Texas. The Columbia's lost. There are no survivors.

Onboard was a crew of seven -- Colonel Rick Husband, Lieutenant Colonel Michael Anderson, Commander Laurel Clark, Captain David Brown, Commander William McCool, Dr. Kalpana Chawla, and Ilan Ramon a colonel in the Israeli air force.

These men and women assumed great risk in this service to all humanity. In an age when space flight has come to seem almost routine, it is easy to overlook the dangers of travel by rocket and the difficulties of navigating the fierce outer atmosphere of the earth.

These astronauts knew the dangers, and they faced them willingly, knowing they had a high and noble purpose in life. Because of their courage and daring and idealism, we will miss them all the more.

All Americans today are thinking, as well, of the families of these men and women who have been given this sudden shock and grief. You're not alone. Our entire nation grieves with you. And those you loved will always have the respect and gratitude of this country.

The cause in which they died will continue. Mankind is led into the darkness beyond our world by the inspiration of discovery and the longing to understand. Our journey into space will go on.

In the skies today, we saw destruction and tragedy. Yet farther than we can see, there is comfort and hope.

In the words of the prophet Isaiah, "Lift your eyes and look to the heavens. Who created all these? He who brings out the starry hosts one by one and calls them each by name. Because of his great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing."

The same creator who names the stars also knows the names of the seven souls we mourn today. The crew of the shuttle Columbia did not return safely to Earth, yet we can pray that all are safely home.

May God bless the grieving families, and may God continue to bless America."

Statement To The Nation By President George W. Bush
1 February 2003

Sunday, March 2, 2014


when i was younger on ventilates day my mum would stay up the night before and cut out paper hearts so when i would awake on the 14th my room would be covered paper hearts! this tradition goes all the way to college and even now in cali sure they arrived a week late but i have hearts to covered my room in hearts out here!

There is just something about seeing the hearts and knowing that i am loved and not forgotten that puts a smile on my face! when the time comes for us to have kids i look forward to covering their room in hearts too!