Monday, October 19, 2009

Here I am...

Once again I took a completely unintentional blog break (okay I take quite a bit of them). I actually don't mean to but sometimes I'd just love reading other people's blogs...but really can't think of anything to write.

Things also have been pretty busy the last little while. I'm working 4 days a week at school...which I love. Really what could any single mother want more than to work at the school where your child attends!!

I have been feeling so great since the summer as well. I did go through a trying period...God really used that to get me trusting and relying on Him more...something I must admit I'm still working on. He truly shows me His faithfulness daily!

I'm hoping to soon get back into my sewing and other stuff...I so wanted to have mostly home made gifts for Christmas presents (yeah that isn't going to happen). Although I will have to find an ornament craft for Michaela and I to work on...we did the cutest one last year that I found in Country Woman magazine.

I really have to tell a story that happened last week. I had brought my minivan into the shop to have a leak checked out. I was a little worried about the cost of this...and it was taking quite a bit of time. A friend and I prayed about it then I phoned the shop (about 5 hours after dropping it off), they said it was just finished and I asked if I should prepare myself for coming in to pay the bill. The service manager let me know that the problem was covered under my warranty...there would be no cost. GOD IS GOOD!!!

3 comments:

Mrs. Wilson said...

That is AWESOME!!!!

I enjoy your posts, no matter how often you post :)

Lollie said...

Yay! God is so Cool!
I've always wanted homemade Christmas gifts, but I never get around to it. This year though, I'm making my kids do it:) hehe

Katherine@Raising Five said...

Hi Annie,

Thanks for commenting so I could get to "meet" you here. Thank you for sharing your life - being real and open and not glossing over the pain, but pointing us to God. I am inspired (and Michaela is precious!).

Love,
Katherine