Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Monday, October 19, 2009

Congrats to Kelly...

Tim and I decided we liked her title the best. She wins a nice Apple scented candle from Bath & Body works! Her title was.....
Go Karsten, I got you covered she will never know a thing!

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Ready for a CONTEST?

Name this picture and win a prize!
Can you think of a good title for this picture?
You can submit a title in the comments section here or on Facebook and Tim and I will choose tomorrow night what title we like best. The contest will end tomorrow night, Monday at 8:30pm.
Good luck!

Friday, October 16, 2009

Karsten's Oak Glen Field Trip

Today I went with Karsten's class to Oak Glen to visit an Apple Farm. The kids had a lot of fun learning about all different things. I even learned a lot about pigs, chickens, bees, honey, apple cider, and more. This is Karsten's friend Jayden that got to ride with us up to Oak Glen. He was a really sweet boy and I'm glad he and Karsten are friends. This is Karsten's friend Morgan. She is so precious and sweet. Her mommy and I were pregnant with Karsten and Morgan at the same time and it is nice to see them grow up together. Morgan's older brothers went to the same preschool when Addisyn was there. We all got to try some really yummy stuff like: apple butter, pumpkin butter, honey, jelly. It was all made fresh on the farm and really tasty. Here is a picture of Karsten reaching in for apples to put in the press to make Apple Cider. Karsten and Morgan got to throw the apples in the press while Sarah (Morgan's mommy) turned the wheel to press the apples. I got to watch and take pictures. After the farm we all headed down the street to a park to have the fresh pressed apple cider and a snack. Here is Karsten on the teeter totter.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

H1N1... just stating some facts.....

I found this information today and decided to pass it on.
The H1N1 vaccine contains two ingredients you should know about:

1 – Squalene. This chemical is a neurotoxin that was used in vaccines during the first Gulf War and gave 25% of American soldiers Gulf War Syndrome ( ) when they were vaccinated. The courts banned it’s use by the Pentagon but the H1N1 vaccine contains a dose one million times larger than that given to the soldiers. That’s not an exaggeration, that’s the actual dose.

2 – Mercury - One of the most toxic substances known to man. You’re not supposed to even handle mercury, let alone ingest it, let alone inject it. Mercury is a heavy metal that collects in the body and makes you go mad, which is the reason we have the phrase mad hatters. Hatters handled mercury.

There are a number of stories published about this but this is a reputable site with a detailed list of reference links at the end:
This article has a quote from the vaccine maker confirming the mercury content
In addition, the World Health Organization in the UK has warned the vaccine is unsafe:
You may notice that none of these stories come from the US where we’re being encouraged to get the vaccine..... INTERESTING!

Monday, October 12, 2009

This family needs our prayers!!!!!!!!

Please pray for this little precious girl Kate. You can read her story at the following site. I can't even imagine how this family feels right now. One day they lived a "normal" life then it all went down hill so quick. Thanks for lifting this family up.