Don’t let a mother’s right to choose infringe upon a baby’s right to live. Google the Babies Born Alive Act. Read about it. Don’t just think that you know because you watch MSNBC. Thank GOD this law was passed. But Mr. Obama did not support the Babies Born Alive Act.

Its a baby.
Its breathing, on a surgeon’s table.
Its wiggling, looking for warmth and nourishment.

According to Mr. Obama, the doctor should just let it – not it, a BABY – die on the table. Its a product of termination. Not a baby.

Do you really think so?
Can you really support someone who thinks a breathing, wiggling baby is not worthy of the right to live, to be cared for, to receive basic medical attention?
Do you really think that’s right??
Read this.
Understand who you are voting for.


I have some McCain stickers that I’d like to share with fellow supporters. They are small circle stickers but would still be visible on a car window.

Leave a comment here with your mailing address if you’d like one. I will mail them out on Friday afternoon.


This article cleared up some of the current financial situation for me. Who caused it, why is it happening and why wasn’t it prevented earlier?

What does it boil down to? …..

” … Throughout his political career, Obama has gotten more than $125,000 in campaign contributions from employees and political action committees of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, second only to Dodd, the Senate Banking Committee chairman, who received more than $165,000.”

“… There has been a lot of talk about who is to blame for this crisis. A look back at the story of 2005 makes the answer pretty clear.

Oh, and there is one little footnote to the story that’s worth keeping in mind while Democrats point fingers between now and Nov. 4: Senator John McCain was one of the three cosponsors of S.190, the bill that would have averted this mess.”

Oh and did you read about our favorite governor? She’s rockin’ Florida now….

Lael and Alyssa

Since I posted pictures of what Lauren has been up to, I figured it was only fair to update you on my two older darlings.

Lael is really enjoying school this year. She is starting to like reading – thanks to some great book series – and that has made all the difference. Lael has also asked to start helping with the laundry and who am I to refuse my child, right? 😉 So she is now responsible for gathering the towels each morning and bringing them down to wash when she has a full basket. It’s no secret that Lael has been my most challenging child but we’ve seen huge improvements in her attitude and behaviors as of late. Praise God! She is really growing into a wonderful young lady for the Lord.

Alyssa is still our little princess. She is beyond excited about starting Friday Program next month. She was also invited to her first non-family member birthday party and she’s counting down the days. And there is going to be a pony at the party which makes it way better than her own party with the bounce house and cotton candy machine of course. 🙂 Alyssa is doing great with school work and all my reservations about starting kindergarten so young have flown out the window.

Josh and I are doing well also. Josh is working tons but we try to keep a good perspective and be thankful for his great job. I’m enjoying all the political debate and am anxiously awaiting November 4. I’ve volunteered to help with CFA this year and am looking forward to spending Friday mornings at church. Today is our monthly 4H meeting, which keeps us busy. And our first field trip of the school year is coming up quickly. It’s amazing to me how quickly the calendar fills up once September begins!