Tuesday, January 12, 2010

My Top 3

Today I am reflecting on what is really important to me. Who is really important to me. And why they are important to me. My top three (aside from God):

My amazing supportive, kind and loving husband. He has a way of making me feel special. He makes me laugh. He is an amazing Father and provides for our family.
He knows how to work a crowd. What a charmer he is. He is a good friend and is trustworthy.
He loves me like no other and would do anything for me and our family. I love him like crazy!
My beautiful, funny and thoughtful daughter. Kennedy is amazing in so many ways. She seems to understand life; maybe she is an "old soul". She has a great sense of humor and makes me laugh alot! She likes to write me notes and makes me feel special. She is so thoughtful with her big heart. She is incredibly creative and loves to write songs & poetry. She likes to take care of people. I know that she will really be there for me when I need her.
And my super cute, kind and spunky son. What can I say about my baby boy? He has such a wonderful zest for life. He wants to experience it all! I love that about him. I wish I were a little bit more like that. He hugs me "just cause". He knows how to "work me over" with his eyes and big smile (I think he gets that from his Daddy). He cracks me up without even trying.
He is so loving and kind.

There are so many other people that affect my life and have touched me by their kindness and generosity. You know who you are. Thank you for always being there for me. Especially now when it I really need you. I am so very blessed.

Friday, January 1, 2010

Ice Skating in Temecula??

What a cool town we have!! Temecula put in an ice skating rink, outside, in the center of town for us to enjoy during the holidays. Kennedy's old and new Girl Scout troops planned this outing and we just HAD to go. I bundled the kids up as if it were 30 below and they skated and skated. Kennedy is becoming quite the little skater. I only wish that we had a year round rink nearby so she could skate more often. Michael didn't want my help (typical Michael) and learned on his own. He was getting more and more confident as the morning went on.

And it would not have been complete without skating with Santa! That guy sure gets around.