My Big Life Change!

Picture taken by Abby Austin of 1000 Miles on my own two feet.


To transform my life, with God's help of course, one step at a time.

1. Get healthy & honor God with my body

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2.Become at least 50% sustainable with emphasis on doing our part to take care of God's planet.

3. Live life as an adventure, experiencing new places, things & people.
18 out of 150 bucket list goals accomplished

4. Become debt free & build security for my family, so we can then bless others financially also.

5. Continue to grow closer to God, building My family's faith & sharing the Gospel with those we meet, by using the talents and gifts God has provided us.

6.Continue to make money by creating and sharing my thoughts and beliefs through artistic expression: all the while hoping that my art will impact others. "Holly Kennedy

: All I know is, if you don't figure out this something, you'll just stay ordinary, and it doesn't matter if it's a work of art, or a taco, or a pair of socks! Just create something... new, and there it is, and it's you, out in the world, outside of you, and you can look at it, or hear it, or read it, or feel it... and you know a little more about... you. A little bit more than anyone else does... Does that make any sense at all?" Quote from PS I LOVE YOU

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Impromptu adventure

So went on a little walk with my hubby, baby in the stroller and my 2 cocker spaniels. Nickie, our male was on a leash because he tends to wander and start fights. There are a lot of stray dogs around our neighborhood. Jinger was running free but we brought her tennis ball, which usually will bring her back from anything. So there is a road that runs behind our property and some other properties and curves around a small pond. Lots of over grown brush back there. John was throwing the ball for Jinger, she runs after it, catches it and runs into the bush. Somewhere in the brush she drops her ball and disappears into the tall grass and trees. You could barely see her little head as she bounced through the brush after who knows what. John had seen a rabbit pass by earlier and as always I missed it. Since we have moved out here he has seen multiple animals and I always seem to miss them. John was farther down the path trying to head her off if she came out of the heavy brush the other way. I was staying up hill to get her back out and you could here her crashing through the brush panting all the way. I'm calling her name and crash! out of the brush trots a huge deer, Jinger quick on her heels. I was floored! Couldn't believe that my little cocker spaniel scared out a deer. Scared me to death but it was pretty funny. Needless to say, she completely forgot where her ball was and we spent a few minutes before she disappeared again. She was having a blast and I kept thinking she is going to get lost, or bitten by a snake. I am such a worry wort and she was just being a very happy dog. Next time do nothing different!

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