Thursday, March 28, 2013
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Monday, March 25, 2013
I don't love the time slot we have been assigned for church this year of 9am. I really love being able to sleep in and go to church at 11 or 1. BUT one of the "bright sides" of early church is having the chance to spend the day together as a family. We have set a goal to have a baking project most Sundays and then delivering our goods to people we love afterward. Yesterday we made "Bunny bait" with the following ingredients.
Posted by shahna at 14:31
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Posted by shahna at 09:42
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Posted by shahna at 19:19
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Today's blog post is about Hormones.
We have a few too many of them in this house at this time.
I feel for the men in my family.
That is all.
Posted by shahna at 11:18
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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Friday, March 8, 2013
These cutie pies are 7 of the girls that were on the cheer squad I coached this past fall. They are all 6th graders and this was taken last night at 7th grade cheerleader tryouts. Aren't they adorable? I LOVE them. These are the sweetest, kindest, funnest group of girls. I'm EXTRA fond of the one on the far right. :O)
Posted by shahna at 13:15
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Posted by shahna at 16:37
Monday, March 4, 2013
Brent and I watched all three seasons in about two weeks.
In addition to all of this:
I love being married to Mr. Fix-it.
Posted by shahna at 20:25
Friday, March 1, 2013
"HAVE HIM CHECK HER HEAD TO TOE"
and then it echoed three times
"HEAD TO TOE, HEAD TO TOE, HEAD TO TOE."
I thought, "that was weird."
He paused for a moment, looked at her, looked at me and then agreed.
bright red stripe
going from an open sore on her ankle up to right above her knee on the back of her leg. It looked like someone had colored a stripe with a red permanent marker on the back of her leg. But they hadn't.
It was a very serious infection.
It had not been there a few hours before when I had given her a bath. In that short time it had traveled several inches up her leg.
" I will never question a mother's intuition ever again, Ms. Argyle". "I have seen so much flu this week that presents just like this. I would never have asked to examine her without clothes on if you had not asked me to and we would never have caught this infection."
He hugged me and told me to get to the hospital asap.
I had an overwhelming feeling of reassurance that she was going to be fine. I had done what I needed to do to save her life and she would be spared.
Brent and the kids met us there and they all cried as soon as they saw her because of her bleak appearance. They could tell she was so sick. And what was weird is that I was just beaming! I was so grateful for that affirmation that she would be fine. (Little did I know that Dr. Hidalgo was VERY concerned that it would be a MRSA infection that would not respond to antibiotics and she would die.) I found that out later when she was discharged.
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