Quiet, Self-sacrificing Heroism

Teddy Roosevelt was one of the United States’ greatest presidents. Personally, I haven’t thoroughly studied him. But my attention was admirably focused on him when I read a great quote by him on the Mrs. Happy Housewife blog. It’s a quote that gives busy moms […]

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Tears

For over forty years I’ve been trying to figure out life. I’ve shed all kinds of tears in that life span. As I’ve gotten older I’ve began to realize sometimes the tears I’ve shed aren’t worth sharing with anyone. They are there to just help […]

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My Husband Is Home!

Danny is home now. He came home last Friday. Thank God! I also thank God for my all my family and friends who kept in touch and showed their concerns through thoughts, prayers, and helping out here and there. Thank God for my church, Tulsa […]

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9.11 Cell Phone Call

Here is a cell phone call that occurred on 9.11.01 in one of the twin towers. I discovered this on the Mrs Happy Housewife site a few weeks back: (I pulled the video off YouTube and it has a few curse words in it)

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Waiting In The Hospital

Danny is still in the hospital. The medical staff wants to run a few more tests but they aren’t staffed to do it on the weekend. They also told Danny as long as he is on pain medication they want him in the hospital. He […]

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Gall Bladder Surgery

My husband, Danny’s, chest had been hurting since Monday. This has happened from time to time when he gets stressed out. He was also having some trouble breathing. It was now Thursday and I came home from work and saw him propped up in the […]

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Volunteering For Habitat

My husband awoke me at 6am . . . on a Saturday. I usually sleep until 8! But that’s okay because I had plans I really wanted to do for the day. I called Habitat For Humanity and wanted to put in some hours learning […]

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