Thursday, January 01, 2009

Things I know ....

1. I am not a jar saver.
2. I hate poodles
3. I am for ribbons in the sky (but where do you find them?)
4. I am sick of being over-weight- so therefore I must do something about it. When you are up to chin number 4 the dorito bag needs to be pushed away- on January 2nd.
5. I love New Years Day- it's a fresh start.
6. Seanna and I are reading our Bibles through together in 2009.
7. I want to fill up my passport this year.
8. I am finally at peace with not having baby number three. Two was God' perfect number for me.
9. I will forever miss Renee she is always in my heart. I called her cell phone two weeks ago just to hear her voice.
10. We now have made it through 2 Thanksgivings and 2 Christmases without John's Mom- but we still miss her.
11. I am blessed beyond measure with great friends- even though they live hither and yond- mostly yond.
12. I can't live without reading or writing- it is in me.
13. I have the best family in the world. They are my core- and they believe in me.
14. The Lord is going to open up incredible doors for our life this year.
15. Even though I don't think I am - I am a pretty decent cook.
16. Even though the navigation lady whose voice lives in our Garmin is always calm, and never talks back- I don't think that John is going to fall in love with her this year!
17. Tide is still my favorite laundry detergent- sometimes I walk by and just inhale the lid. There it's out- I feel better!
18. MKs are always in my heart, mind, creative power, and in my plans. I am so blessed to be working full time in the area that I am passionate about.

Happy New Year bloggy buddies


Vonnie said...

Yay ~ your home from Christmas-ing in Florida. I have come to this blog everyday like a faithful reader that I am. I love you beyond words - maybe that's why I started saying I love you like random food and food groups. =0)

Cylinda Nickel said...

lol- you are so sweet- Happy New Year Cindy!

Tiffany Bracken: said...

Oh! I love it that someone else sniffs their laundry detergent (for me, it's the fabric softner). When I read that part to Chris and told him how thrilled I was that I am not alone, he suggested that there should be some kind of support group for people like us. Funny stuff!

Cylinda Nickel said...

We could call it FSA Fabric Softner Anonymous or for me TAA- Tide Addicts anonymous!! Happy new year to you all!