It's random, lovely, full of misspelled words and terrible punctuation. It's about me, Erin, my family and friends, in real life. There's sugar but no sugar coating.
"Come what may, and love it!......Yet in spite of discouragement and adversity, those who are happiest seem to have a way of learning from difficult times, becoming stronger, wiser, and happier as a result." ~ Elder Joseph B. Wirthlin
February 26, 2011
A new blog - Word of Wisdom living.- join the challenge
This is right from the blog: (for the full post go HERE)
Now, in the new century, there is an awakening, the beginnings of a food reformation. Home cooking has been rediscovered and there is new-found respect for olden ways. Rather than what is new, people ask, “What is good. How should I eat? What is best for my health?” (For more on how these questions are answered, see about.)
The goal of this blog is to help you answer these questions, week-by-week, all year long. We offer 52 Healthy Changes—one for each week of 2011—that can transform your diet, as well as your health. The first, “The Short And Sweet Of It?” is found here. A goal for the year is to reduce consumption of added sugar to the American Heart Association’s guideline of six teaspoons daily for women, nine for men. Our major source of sugar is soft drinks, so this is our starting point:
I need to thank Robyn for this too. Found it on her blog.
We're a little behind but we'll just go a little into 2012.
He's a Grad student. He makes pots. He likes hunting and hanging out with his boys. You can visit his blog at www.checkoutmyblogatmyblog.blogspot.com (or click the picture).
"We artist are indestructible, even in a prison cell or a concentration camp I would be almighty in my own world of art. Even if I had to paint my pictures with my wet tongue on the dusty floor of my cell." - Pablo Picasso
Asher helps me develop faith. He has a nerve injury on his right arm. He also has trouble gaining weight. He sees an occupational therapist 2 times a week. He is sweet and shy but has a funny personality.
this is our story.
i called him. he said yes. he kissed me. i said, "i love you." he said, "i like you twelve." (that equals i love you.) he said "will you?" i said, "yes". we got married. he started school. we had noah. i became a mom. he became an artist. we moved to pa. he became a grad student. then came asher and i became the mom of 2. we moved back to utah. he became a teacher. me? the mom of three. we are happy. we are blessed.
Children are made readers on the laps of their parents. - Emily Buchwald