One week from tomorrow I'll be flying to Colorado Springs!  I can hardly wait!  :)


Soooo tired of blue....it's spring time!!!!  How about some... pink!  Well, what do you think?   :P

The weekend

Hi!  :D
At first, I thought this weekend was going to be so long and boring because I had 2 gymnastics sessions in Douglasville, 3 hours away.  One on Saturday at 2pm and one on Sunday at 1pm.  And I would either be driving back and forth for 12 hours or have to stay the night somewhere, which wasn't really in the gym expenses  budget.  But, with hitching rides with my kids and some clever finagling, I was able to go down Saturday morning, have a GREAT session (we won) meet up with Camila, have a Jamocha shake and go see Spamalot (Monty Python: Holy Grail + Musical =  Oh so funny!),  go driving all over Atlanta and look at some beautiful houses, drink tons of water at a Sushi restaurant while Cam ate sushi and we watched all the people, sleep in til 1o:30 this morning, have another Jamocha shake, and have another great session, and make it home by 9pm...and I didn't have to drive - EVER!  
So it was a really wonderful weekend (in spite of me getting directions to the wrong building to see the show.  Oops!).  Apart from feeling sleepy, I am ready for tomorrow (yea!) and looking forward to this week when I can (perhaps) finally get my house back in ship shape!  Which having small group here Sunday should be a good motivator.  ;)

3rd meet photo.



It's Spring!

I feel like I just spent the last month or so in a cave (aka the Fine Arts Center) and when I finally came out, everything was warm and beautiful!  It is definitely a wonderful thing to spend the last month of winter so busy you don't even realize it's still Winter and wake up one day to find flowers and sunshine!  



Opening night was great!
You have 3 more chances to come see a great, fun show...
Friday and Saturday at 7:30 or 
Sunday at 2:30

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.  


Oh cr*p

Sometimes things get found out that you wish hadn't...

When the news is all bad, when you're sad or confused, when you find yourself caught you should do what I do...
...tell yourself, how lucky you are...

Opening Night!

Come see SEUSSICAL!!!


It's here!

Come see the most spectacular, colorful, fun musical ever!  (so far)
March 12-15 @ Franklin High Fine Arts Center.
Thursday-Saturday @7:30pm
Sunday Matinee @ 2:30.  


Petition To Keep Our Tax Dollars from Funding Abortion

***From Focus on the Family Action***

A move is under way in Congress right now to force you and me to pay for coercive abortion programs overseas. Congress’ latest spending spree paved the way for U.S. taxpayers to fund China’s forced abortion policy through the U.N. Population Fund.  

And there’s more. The Obama administration has continued its full-scale assault on the sanctity of human life. First, Mr. Obama announced that he will “review” President Bush’s “conscience clause” policy that protects pro-life health care workers from being forced to violate their deeply held beliefs on issues like abortion.

Then, the president announced that he was nominating pro-abortion stalwart, Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, as secretary of Health and Human Services. Sebelius once threw a party at the governor's mansion in honor of notorious late-term abortionist George Tiller and other pro-abortion friends, and her nomination is widely considered to be payback to Planned Parenthood.

t's clear that President Obama and Congress are determined to press forward with a radical, pro-abortion agenda that forces you and me to fund coercive abortions overseas. Our Focus Action team saw this agenda developing, which is why we initiated our “No Tax Dollars For Abortion” petition. I’m thrilled to report that friends like you have helped us rally more than 180,000 signers.

If you have not yet signed our petition, please go here to sign now.

Finally, I want to thank you so much for standing with Focus Action in defense of life. I believe the Lord will bless our faithfulness in standing for truth no matter what the political situation might be. May God bless you!

Tom Minnery
Senior Vice President, Government & Public Policy