Thursday, February 17, 2011


Well I have come across this amazing website FLYlady.  It helps disorganized or clueless beings like myself get better organized around the house so you have peace of mind.  Especially if you have kids you need all the pieces of mind you can find being that you lost most of them during pregnancy.  The sleepless nights of infancy and the head banging teen years(<-I'm not here yet).

I have embarked as of the 15th on my Flying lessons.  I am officially a flybaby and am taking baby steps to control.  I am the worst procrastinator there is so part of the test of this system will be the building of my control journal which this is actually the second time I've started this.  I failed out within the first week last time.  Control Journal started binder, paper, pretty picture up front and that was about it.

God willing I will have a testimonial of epic proportions that even my Nana would be proud of.  Seeing as she spent years trying to get me to clean (LOL) yeah that didn't work out to well.

Sayings of the Week

I've seen two things this week that made me either think or laugh.  Both are religious on was on a Church sign, but applies to all faiths that believe in God.  The other was on a truck that refers to the famous phase of WWJD?

1. Sign says:  God to far away.  Who moved?
This of course was the thinker.  Because there are plenty of people that will say God has moved out of their lives or he is out of reach or something along those lines.  When really he is still within reach you've just stopped reaching.....

2. Bumper sticker says: Jesus would slap the Sh*t out of you!

Yeah, pretty much speaks for itself. :D

Thursday, February 3, 2011

The Great One

This poem (first in years) is dedicated to my Nana.

There was this great woman I knew.
She was faithful honest & true.
She was little in stature, but that didn't matter she'd knock
you down in two.

She was like a mother you see.
Raising all kids cheerfully.
Not having any of her own,
she adopted 13 we've known.

In & out of her house they've come.
To live, to visit or to float.
She never turned away family in need.

She was a mother indeed.

This great woman has since passed away,
but her legacy remains here to stay!

I love you Nana!  We miss you.

Yarhamukallaah (May God have mercy upon you)