Four Leaf K’lover

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More work to do!! April 4, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kelly @ 12:43 am

I was reading the first chapter of Luke the other day, when Brynn approached me and asked  what I was reading about.  I told her it was about the birth of Jesus and attempted to tell her the story, when she stopped me and said,”I can tell you”.  So she did, in more detail than I would have.  It truly brought tears to my eyes.  My thoughts were of pure JOY, knowing that she understands one of the most important events in our Christian history.  So I took it a step further and asked her if she understands the meaning of Easter and she said, “Candy”.  More work ahead for me!!!!!!


Hair cuts anyone?? March 29, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kelly @ 1:17 am

A couple of days ago, I was sweeping our living room floor.  Brett said, “Look mommy, look what I can do.”  He had a pair of childs scissors clamped shut on a portion of his hair.  Apparently, the boys took turns cutting each others hair.  Everyday that goes by, I notice the art work more and more.  So if anyone would like a free haircut, just let me know and I’ll get you hooked up!!


Sick Kiddos March 14, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kelly @ 5:08 am

Well, we have the YUCK..again.  I have this respiratory infection that won’t give up…even with antibiotics and asthma meds.  Brynn has been officially diagnosed with strep throat.  Reese’s chief complaint is a headache…with intermittent “my throap” hurts, and Brett has repeatedly reported that he has a sore throat also.  Yes, Reese says “throap” for “throat”.  As for myself, I have a raspy voice, which does not make my job very easy.  The kids that I see for therapy let me know that I sound awful.  Thanks alot, I tell them.  I have plenty of cheese to go with the wine!!!  You all have a wonderful week.


Brynn is turning 7!!! February 22, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kelly @ 7:49 pm

Well, my biggest baby is turning seven on Saturday.  I can not believe how fast these last seven years have gone by.  She is truly a blessing to our family.  As her mom, I am so fortunate to have such a special and close relationship with her.  There is something about our relationship that is so powerful…I’m sure all you mothers that have daughters know what I am talking about.  WOW!!!!  She thinks like me and sometimes completes my thought/sentence.  Not that I think like a seven year old on a regular basis.  Don’t get me wrong, we do have our spats, but who doesn’t.  If you see her on Sunday, wish her a happy birthday.  Happy Birthday Brynn, I love you more than you’ll ever know, or at least until you have children of your own.


How do I???

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kelly @ 2:08 am

I am attempting to add an image to a post, but it is huge.  How do I make it smaller??


Walking Her Home- By Mark Schultz February 16, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kelly @ 3:09 am

 I heard this song on my way to work one morning.  It is very dangerous to drive and cry!!!

 Looking back
He sees it all
It was her first date the night he came to call

Her dad said son
Have her home on time
And promise me you’ll never leave her side
He took her to a show in town
And he was ten feet off the ground

He was walking her home
And holding her hand
Oh the way she smiled it stole the breath right out of him
Down that old road
With the stars up above
He remembers where he was the night he fell in love
He was walking her home

Ten more years and a waiting room
At half past one
And the doctor said come in and meet your son

His knees went weak
When he saw his wife
She was smiling as she said he’s got your eyes

And as she slept he held her tight
His mind went back to that first night


He walked her through the best days of her life
Sixty years together and he never left her side

A nursing home
At eighty-five
And the doctor said it could be her last night
And the nurse said Oh
Should we tell him now
Or should he wait until the morning to find out

But when they checked her room that night
He was laying by her side

Oh he was walking her home
And holding her hand
Oh the way she smiled when he said this is not the end
And just for a while they were eighteen
And she was still more beautiful to him than anything
He was walking her home
He was walking her home
Looking back
He sees it all
It was her first date the night he came to call


Well, I made the move…

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kelly @ 1:39 am

Well, I jumped on the bandwagon and made the move.  Blogger was requesting a google account, so I thought why not??  Hope you all are enjoying the weather.  Hopefully, I can figure out this system.  It’s been a little challenging for me so far.