Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Feeling Blessed

So today I am feeling very blessed. Actually, I have been feeling blessed for the last week.
The other night Kaitlyn and I went shopping and out to dinner at Mimi's Cafe (for french onion soup, yes even Kaitlyn loves this soup!) and it was just a nice time to sit and visit with her. I remember doing things like that with my mom, and I really miss having those times with her.
Aidan is also helping me to feel so blessed, he just holds my face and tells me "I love you!" in his scarey monster voice and it just cracks me up!
I have a wonderful group of girls that I work with in Girl Scouts! It is so much fun to be with them. I thought that Girl Scouts would be horribly stressful, but it has turned out to be one of my favorite times.
I am leaving to CA to visit my family! Can't wait! It is always so nice to visit everyone. It just feels like home when I go there.
AND my interview went so well! I should know in 4-6 weeks if I have the job, but I did great in the interview! Doors are starting to open up as far as day care situations and things, so I feel as if this is what God wants me to do. And that in itself makes me feel blessed.
So, all in all it has been a great week!

3 comments:

Heather D. White said...

I love that you and Kaitlyn had a mommy/daughter date. I can't wait to have those with little Seneca!! I always wanted a little girl to pal around with. So fun!!! I am so glad that things are going well for you Shannon! I am so anxious to hear the news about your interview!! Please keep us posted!

DerWampler said...

That is a great feeling to have! We can all get busy "living life" and forget to realize all the blessings that are living in the house with us.

Sorry it took so long for me to comment.

B.

Jami said...

I was sad to hear of your friend in Yucaipa's passing. I know she has young kids. It is so hard to understand God's motives sometimes. It is also amazing how he has placed you in the lives of your friends there in Utah, so you can support them during this difficult time while the husband is recovering. So sorry to hear about Aaron's accident too, but so thankful that he is alright. God is so good and nothing happens by chance. ALL is in his hands. We will be praying for all of you!
Looking forward to seeing you all!