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December 12, 2006

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spending time with my family, reading, watching movies, writing, cooking, shopping


all 80's music, Billy Joel, Phil Collins, Sting, Dr.John. Broadway show tunes, the Beatles, Elvis


50 first dates, Fools Rush In, Bring it On, The 40 Year Old Virgin, The Sound of Music, The Princess Bride, You've Got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, My Cousin Vinnie, The Good Classic Disney movies, Interview with a Vampire, Somethings Gotta GIve, The Wedding Planner, How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days, Ten Things I Hate About you, I could go on and on


Redeeming Love, The Mark of the Lion series, anything by Francine Rivers, Harry Potter series, The Wrinkle in Time series

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I just wrote a freaking novel on here!  I lost it all!  I am going to bed now!  I am so mad. 
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I  read an article in Child magazine last week about a mom who has to make sure she reminds herself often to slow down and live life.  I feel like I miss alot.  I am constantly telling Addie to hold on just a minute.  But we aren't guaranteed just one more minute.  I get so preoccupied with making dinner, folding laundry,what I want to buy for my house, what is on TV or checking my email.  By saying "just a minute" or "we will do that tomorrow" I am cheating my family out of precious time that we can't get back. I should cherish those moments like bathing Addison and putting warm pj's on her, or brushing her hair.  You never know when the last time you talk to someone could be the last thing you ever say to them.  I try not to think of the bad things that can happen in life.  But today I am sad because I have been taking the little things for granted.  I am so sad because it took the death of a friend that I just assumed would still be there on Monday to remind me that I am moving way too fast to enjoy my life. 

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Goodbye State Farm

Well the countdown has officially begun.  My last day at State Farm is March 24th.  We (Adam and I ) have struggled with this decision for a while now.  It was, for the record ,a mutual decision.  We had to think about the many ways our lives will be different when I am not working. In the process of that we realized that the good things about me staying home outweigh the things that might be considered bad.. Also these last few months before Kindergarten can never be replaced.  She will be in school for the next....forever.  Well at least forever until she grows up and moves out.  I just didn't want to have regrets.  I am confident that we are making the best choice for us , but  I do feel a little nervous about the transition back home.  Who knows what will happen during the next few months.  I am excited about the possiblilties. :)
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Addison had a dentist appointment this morning.  They gave her the "sleepy juice" in her words, and then she came out crying with gauze in her mouth.  I don't know how she managed to get a cavity seeing as how I am so very conscious of dental hygeine and Adam's mom works for a dentist.  Now she is on a liquid diet and she is asleep on the couch.  I really do feel bad that she is uncomfortable and numb and all of that bad dentist stuff, but it was nice to actually get to take care if her today.  it just makes me realize how much she has grown up and how much she actually does by herself.  I know she is only 4 and she is very dependent on us to take care of her, but today I got to baby her a little.  I liked that:)

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