Saturday, February 9, 2013

I'm Back!

 I'm trying to get back in my blogs again.  I use love writing and sharing my life's ups and downs with the world.  I just seem to got off track.  My life has gone through a lot since the last time I posted on here.   I have 4 children.  3 boys & 1 girl.  My boys have all been diagnosed with Autism.  My baby girl was born July 24, 2012.  I never thought that I would have a little girl to hold, and to be honest, it's a lot of fun having girl after having 3 boys.  There are times I still can't believe that I have a little girl.

My boys are doing fine with the diagnose.  My youngest boy, Jayden, he's a little hard to deal with.  There are times he just don't understand what we are trying to tell him.  We will be celebrating his 5th birthday on the 14.  Yup, he's our Valentines Day baby.

Here is my big 8 year old, Tristan!  He's such a good kid and a great helper!

Here's my 6 year old, Brayden.  So cute and very funny!

Here's my almost 5 year old Jayden.  He's a lot to handle, but wouldn't trade him for anything.
He tries so hard to be just like his big brothers, and he is very good to his baby sister.  You can tell he loves her very much!

Here is our newest addition.  On January 24th, Miss Brooklynn turned 6 months old.
She can make a room smile.  She's our cutie pie.

Well that's it for today.  I hope to back on again soon!

Friday, January 1, 2010

Do You Really Need a Guide For FarmVille?

Here is a story of a Farmville gamer who got a lot of help...

I consider myself to be relatively well educated in the latest generation of social networking site games like Mafia Wars, Vampire Wars, and such. That's why when I started to see these FarmVille guides popping up all over the place I was kind of surprised. I mean, I can see why people might need some tips to get going in games like Mafia Wars, but FarmVille?

At this point though I hadn't actually played the game, but I didn't really think it could be all that complicated. I figured I should give it a shot though, just so that I could say I knew what I was talking about. And I was in for a rather big surprise. In no time, I was out of money and had no crops to plant. I have to admit, there way more to this game than I had anticipated.

I eventually managed to dig myself out of my original hole and out of the red, but I still wasn't making all that much progress. I started to think that maybe I needed to see what these guides were all about. I wasn't really expecting much, but since I hadn't done so well on my own either, I figured it was worth a shot.

So I picked up a guide called FarmVille secrets, and was pleasantly surprised by the tips I found in it. You wouldn't think there were so many ways you could screw up a virtual farm, but believe me, you can. I was still stumbling along at level 6 when I got the guide after 2 weeks of playing regularly. Now I'm the proud owner of a plantation and a level 26 Sultan of Soil. And I still look back at my guide from time to time. If you're having trouble getting into the swing of things in FarmVille, this guide is not a bad investment.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Aloha Friday - September 25, 2009

Welcome to this week’s edition of Aloha Friday.

In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would take it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response.

If you’d like to participate, just post your own question on your blog and leave your link at An Island Life. Don’t forget to visit the other participants! It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends!

My question is:

Do you know what this is?

My parents didn't plant a garden, but some stuff grew from their compost. Pumpkins, guards and squash grew, but we can't seem to identify this, it's about 12-15 inches tall. Anyone know?

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Take Me Back Tuesday

This is a picture of me, at my baby shower with my first pregnancy. It wasn't a surprise, but I had a wonderful shower. To bad, my doctor told me that it looked like I was having a girl, so a lot of stuff I got was girly. Then the following Monday, I had an ultra sound, and Tristan (my baby boy) decided to reveal himself, which did surprise me!