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I guess if there was a word to describe me right now, in the depth of my life, running from one rolling wave to another, as though they can't catch me... The word would be happy. How can I not be? I'm madly in love with my sweet husband and we grow stronger with each bridge we cross together. I am blessed to have all that I need financially. I am constantly coming to trials and finding that I can, in fact, overcome them. I do not live a perfect life, yet it is a beautiful one with each step I take to return home to my Heavenly Father. So you see, I'm happy, for I have all the love I could ever hope for.

A Change

I can't explain in words the wonderful change that has come over our little home since we have gotten Saga. I smile when I watch her trot lovingly after Lance and watch him so intently when we practice laying down or rolling over. It so obvious that she loves us and always wants to be close to us. I love this change for the better- this new little spirit that brings such joy to our home. She is wonderful.

Life as a (Puppy) Mommy

1. When training puppy, beware of looks like this one:

They will make you want to give your puppy anything. This is not conducive to training. Stay strong!

2. When puppy falls asleep on you with her face all squished into chocolate wrinkles, feel free to laugh. It's healthy.

3. Mind your heart. You will lose it quickly.

4. When you bake delicious 4th of July cupcakes with bits of strawberry in them, she will sit by your feet hoping for some until she eventually falls asleep. Good job for not giving in! Cupcakes are not good for puppies.

5. Puppy will find your favorite place to sleep and realize your ingenuousness. Lance's arms are incredibly comfy.

6. You may realize that your husband is more attractive (even though you didn't think that was possible because he is so stinkin hot) holding an adorable puppy. :)

Conclusion: Life is better with a puppy in my heart.