Daddy's smile

I watch my sons grow. Each day getting older, more aware of them selves and their surroundings. Learning to talk, walk, live. But the greatest feeling is watching the way my husband smile at them when they play. They love each other so much
I'm so glad life hasn't tainted their young hearts as it has with mine, at least I get to live through their laughs and smiles and know that they love me.

Its the little things

Its funny how the little things in life can make you smile. I asked my hubby to help me make dinner while I watched the kids. While he was preparing dinner my older son (who we are potty training) peed his pants. So I put my younger son down in his chair and went to change Phoenix's pants. Ronan started fussing but there was nothing I could do at the time, I had to clean up pee pee.

When I was all done cleaning up Phoenix, I went to the kitchen to help Jason and guess what I found?

Ronan was helping daddy with dinner. I love my boys

Stronger every day

I've been taking one day at a time. I figure, since i'm getting my life back into shape it would be a good time to get my body back into shape as well. I've come to see the similarities in both.
Re-shaping my body is a long process of baby steps and hard work. Working out every day and eating right. The same goes for my life.
To re-shape my life I have to take it slow and work every day to make things better. Don't forget eating right, I need to put good things into my mind in order to grow. Oh, how I wish it was easier, but great things never are.
Great things always come at a price and right now that price is hard work and determination. I know we'll get there, I just have to keep working.

Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance?

Edgar Bergen (1903 - 1978)(Charlie McCarthy)

Feeling Run down.

I got the job I wanted at work, but now, people are starting to raise doubts that It wasn't such a good idea to transfer to a different department. I know that this position opened for a reason and that the easy transition so far has been a sign that this is where i'm supposed to be, but still, there's always that little voice in the back of my head saying "You've made a mistake. This is only going to turn out like it always does." Baby steps Sara, baby steps. I guess I'll just have to keep on trucking and pray for the best. Life can't keep you down forever and there's only up from here, "The bottom."