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Our Family's Bitter/Sweet Life

Friday, January 2, 2009


Mrs. Nurse Boy here.

Let me just say WE'RE BACK! I have missed you, bloggy world. I must admit I have done a little spying, or should I say reading, in my absence.

Now that Christmas is over and the new year has begun, I am ready to get back into our routine. Isn't it funny how you crave to get out of the everyday routine, only to find yourself craving to get back into it? Or, that the Christmas decorations are so sentimental and beautiful when you are placing them around your home after Thanksgiving, only to find yourself surrounded by what feels like clutter after the new year? (Can you tell that taking down the Christmas decorations is on the top of my to do list?)

The last couple of weeks we have been surrounded by family, friends, and lots of food. And, how could I forget the toys? Oh, the toys! We have spent numerous hours crammed in the car together and in our free time played Guitar Hero World Tour. Man, we can really ROCK! Who knew?!

I hope you all had a happy, healthy holiday. And, I hope you have found a place for all of the new toys and maybe even discovered your own family's ability to ROCK. We will be back next week to share some of our adventures. In light of the new year and the fresh start it brings, I will leave you with something I read a couple of months ago:

Happy moments, praise God.

Difficult moments, seek God.

Quiet moments, worship God.

Painful moments, trust God.



Theresa said...

I do sooooo understand the Christmas clutter feeling!! Our decorations and tree came down last night. It was SUCH a relief to get my living room back. **smile**

Sir Nottaguy-Imadad said...

Glad to see that you are back. A happy and prosperous new year to you.

Boy Mom said...

A big Amen on the clutter, TOYS, and crazy routine. So glad they're back in school tomorrow and I can spend the day cleaning up all their messes.

Glad you're back can't wait to here about your rockin' world tour.

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