Monday, May 23, 2011

Love where you work

Pay careful attention to your own work, for then you will get the satisfaction of a job well done, and you won’t need to compare yourself to anyone else. (Galatians 6:4)

I've been away at the beach and I happily came back to a job I was excited to return to. Now I am refreshed, re-energized and ready to conquer all ahead. 

I know how important it is to love where you work and the people you with with. I believe it is a major reflection on how you value what you produce.

Gotta get back to work:)

Monday, May 9, 2011

First Mother's day

I woke up on Sunday to the sweet smell of breakfast and of course John turning on the lights and saying "get up its mothers day!" It was not even 6:00 am yet:)

The outfit John got her:)
John had made orange rolls (my favorite and one of the reasons I haven't lost the baby weight), had my favorite flowers, had gotten Ella an outfit that said "mommy's little girl", tied a balloon to her hand that said I love mom, wrote the sweetest poem in Ella's words and got me a massage! Perfect first mothers day!

All day long I played the "mothers day" card... I can't clean its mothers day, oh lets eat here its mothers day, Ella needs a diaper change its mothers day.

I loved my first mothers day not for the gifts or the excuse to be lazy but for the amazing feeling of being a good mom to a wonderful baby. I am truly blessed to have a healthy, sweet, beautiful little girl. I love you Ella!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Go USA or SAD way to play

May 1, 2011 will go down in the history books as the day USA killed the master mind behind 9/11 terrorist attack, Bin Laden.

Bin Laden was shot by a US Navy Seal on Sunday, May 1 in Pakistan.

Should our county celebrate the death of another man? or should we celebrate because a man died who killed so many others?

Martin Luther King once said, "I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy."

I celebrate the USA for eliminating a major issue for our nation, but I'm not sure I can celebrate the death of someone else. It's just had for me to say I'm glad someone's dead. My mind is definitely contradicting my heart on this matter. On the flip side I say good ridden be gone.

What are your thoughts? Can you celebrate the death of someone that probably deserved to die?

Here is how the media covered the event....