Thursday Night musings from an over-analyzing, New Year’s Eve, reflecting Ashlyn.

We’ve reached the point in the year where everyone reflects on the past year. Some make resolutions for the new year: lose weight, get better grades, run a marathon, etc. But something that caught my attention was looking back to see who I was earlier this year, compared to who I am now and how I got to where I am.

My life has taken several twists and turns this year that I wasn’t expecting, but through the almost-vomit-inducing-spins, I found some amazing blessings along the way. I’ve seen friends come and go, heartaches of many kinds; I’ve watched people turn their backs on God, and watched tears fall from the eyes of dear friends while wiping away my own. This year, I have had to learn how to let go. That’s a hard lesson to learn and one that God is still teaching me now. But even though at times I felt like everything was changing, I realized there is one that hadn’t and never would change. God. Most would agree that God’s character never changes, but sometimes it takes losing something to realize how good God really is. I know that may sound counter productive, but in that situation you learn what truly matters and what isn’t worth your time. I think a lot of times we take God for granted until He is convenient for us. How wrong and stupid that attitude is! Get comfortable with God, but never get comfortable with where you are with God: cling, desire, and love harder! Those blessings will last a lifetime. People will come and go in your life, things will break, and tears will fall. There’s only One thing you will need to get through all of that, The Lord. Make this year better than the last, no matter what changes may come, by strengthening your relationship with God. It’s the best “resolution” to make.

I sit here, typing, deleting, and reflecting. Last year, one of my best friends, Kelsey, wrote a list of resolutions that she wanted to complete that year. The list was passed on and on and read thousands of times by people all over the world. Unlike Kelsey, my gift isn’t in writing. But I think she would appreciate (or laugh at, haha) my attempt to sum up the past year in words. She’s a big reason as to why I felt the need to write this. I’ve been thinking about what I wanted to say for a couple weeks hoping for inspiration, but no amazing ideas ever came. They say to write about what you know; and that’s exactly what I did. I want you to be able to experience the greatest kind of love there is: The Love of God.

Remember:
• “Nothing worth getting comes easily.”
• “With every passing second comes a second chance.”
• “I am completely dependent on a strength that is not my own, a wisdom I cannot comprehend, and a love I can only pathetically imitate.”
• “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. – Phil. 4:13’
And:
God loves you very much!!

Happy New Years Everyone! May God bless you in your walk of life this coming year.
  • preachersimon
    I really like "Nothing worth getting comes easily." Remember that includes deeper faith! I've certainly seen yours grow this year. Thanks for being you AND being willing to stretch and grow into a better person!!!!
    by preachersimon at 01/01/10 11:04PM
  • yoddlebopper32
    wow ashlyn, don't underestimate your writing abilities your words touch my life everytime i read them. I hope you are blessed with a great new year, and that you feel less heartache this year. I love you and am glad you are part of my life in some way :)
    by yoddlebopper32 at 01/03/10 1:41AM
  • noby_wan
    You should come 4-wheel with us. And btw I can't believe you would think Nathan could come up with something that...um...brilliant? =)
    by noby_wan at 01/08/10 1:26PM
  • noby_wan
    I dunno. We're busy tomorrow. You all? Try y'all. :)
    by noby_wan at 01/08/10 9:23PM
  • noby_wan
    Blake says you're a bald eagle.
    by noby_wan at 01/16/10 4:43PM
  • noby_wan
    Hehe, he was watching me and saw your picture by the comment on my page and thought it was a bald eagle. :)
    by noby_wan at 01/17/10 12:47PM
  • homeschoolmomma23
    You can get them at any major bookseller or Amazon is our favorite. The order is Goose Girl, Enna Burning, RIver Secrets, and Forest Born
    by homeschoolmomma23 at 02/06/10 10:17AM
  • sarahpet
    I have an understanding of what you say.
    There are blessings amongst the deepest tragedies.
    Only with GOD can this be possible.
    by sarahpet at 02/15/10 5:35PM
  • homeschoolmomma23
    The flowers your family sent were beautiful!! Thank you!!
    by homeschoolmomma23 at 03/10/10 8:20AM
  • mmswife
    How long will she be in town? We're headed to Tn tonight. We'll be back on Tuesday afternoon. I would LOVE for Joelle to meet C so hopefully she will be in town long enough!
    by mmswife at 03/20/10 10:10PM
  • abbymichelle
    Hahahaha Beauty and the Beast!!!! :) and Phyllis would love Edward :)
    by abbymichelle at 04/24/10 1:20AM
  • abbymichelle
    hahahahah YES WE WILL :)
    by abbymichelle at 04/28/10 9:37PM
  • iddybd94
    Thank you!! :)
    by iddybd94 at 06/07/10 2:03PM
  • swiftblades
    That's the beauty of online classes - you can work ahead. :)
    by swiftblades at 10/04/10 12:13AM
  • israel
    lol, yeah, i know what you mean, i hardly ever get to bed before then too, but i managed to get about an hour of sleep. :)
    by israel at 11/27/10 10:13AM
  • golden_star
    I heart the quotes at the end.
    by golden_star at 02/07/11 8:53PM
  • homeschoolmomma23
    I think you are right about making goals-giving you something to shoot for. I like to know where I am going!! So how is life with you??
    by homeschoolmomma23 at 03/07/11 10:20PM
  • homeschoolmomma23
    Things are well here. Starting a meeting on Sunday in Cabot outside of LIttle Rock. It will run through Friday-we will stay there but it is close enough we will come home Friday evening. School is going well for the kids.
    by homeschoolmomma23 at 03/11/11 8:19AM
  • homeschoolmomma23
    Not sure about that....Kaden went to junior camp...does that help you remember him??
    by homeschoolmomma23 at 04/18/11 10:33PM
  • abbymichelle
    I know :( You should visit one day! :)
    by abbymichelle at 06/28/11 5:36PM

St. Jude Walk

St. Jude
Leaving for Memphis on Friday for the St. Jude Walk. Update to come :)
In the meantime, if any one wants to donate to St. Jude, send me a message on pleo and I'll give you the link. I couldn't find the way to make a cool link thing on here:P
  • purky
    Be safe. Enjoy your walk. I hope the weather cooperates.
    by purky at 12/02/09 4:46PM
  • abbymichelle
    WOOHOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! I'm so excited :)
    by abbymichelle at 12/02/09 10:42PM
  • horselover13
    cool.
    by horselover13 at 12/08/09 11:09AM
  • little_judy
    yeah, you would! but yeah things are going well. I actually got my history test and chemistry test both out of the way today. so that's less pressure. But math is the hardest probably, I have that tomorrow.
    by little_judy at 12/09/09 12:27PM
  • little_judy
    yeah I would hope so. :) I took the Math test today but mom hasn't graded it yet. i THINK I did okay. But yeah, You've got it worse than me.
    by little_judy at 12/10/09 2:41PM
  • iddybd94
    I know, the pics are great! (:
    by iddybd94 at 12/14/09 8:33PM
  • yoddlebopper32
    i love that song, and its such a good pic, love ya and good job going to the walk in the cold :)
    by yoddlebopper32 at 12/16/09 5:33PM
  • noby_wan
    Gotcha. Will do.
    by noby_wan at 12/17/09 3:30PM

“There is nothing that wastes the body like worry, and one who has any faith in God should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever” - Mahatma Gandhi

Driving back from Madison last night, I turned my ipod on and started to listen to some music. After a few minutes I realized that I was overshadowing my music with thoughts of worry. Everyone has things they worry about: money, what college to choose, friends, family, you name it and someone in this world has probably worried about it. But worry has NO place in a Christian's life. Instead of wasting my time while driving last night, I found a sermon entitled, "Overcoming Worry", pushed play, and started listening.
God has provided us with everything we need (and will need) and more! God is THE thing that we need, he is the source for why we SHOULDN'T and have NO REASON to worry about anything. Take a look at these verses:

Matthew 6:25-34“Therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature?
“So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Now if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will He not much more clothe you, O you of little faith?
“Therefore do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For after all these things the Gentiles seek. For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.

1 Peter 5:6-7"Therefore humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time, casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you."

There are more verses I could have used but these are the ones I personally found to be the most helpful. We should learn to be content. Notice I say learn, it's not something you're born with, it takes a lot of discipline and focus on the Lord. But we have a God that is so willing to help us when we turn to Him! Look at what Paul says in Philippians 4.
(verses 11-12) "I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want."

Paul tells us what that secret is in the next verse:
(verse 13) "I can do everything through him who gives me strength."

GOD is the answer!

One of the quotes that I heard in the sermon last night said: "Worry is prayer to the wrong god."
Who have you been praying to lately?
  • purky
    You are too young to be full of worry. Enjoy being a "child" while you can and let the adults handle the bigger things. Let Mom and Dad in on things bothering you or talk to another trusted adult. The scriptures above are great for all of us to dwell on daily. God gives us our spiritual families for more than just fun fellowship. Luv Ya Girl!
    by purky at 10/05/09 5:39PM
  • i_am_a_sheep
    Amazing thoughts...
    That's a lesson I've been learning lately, and thankfully with some results:]
    by i_am_a_sheep at 10/05/09 5:44PM
  • abbymichelle
    Nice thoughts Ashypoo :) Very helpful...I struggle with the same things. I am a worrywart :( It's one of the many things I need to work on.
    by abbymichelle at 10/05/09 9:06PM
  • sarahpet
    Gandhi had an excellent quote. Those who pray should not worry. I think we worry when we feel we should be doing something to help the situation and we don't know what to do.
    by sarahpet at 10/05/09 9:10PM
  • ptownflyswimmer
    Ashlyn, I loved my e-card!! :)
    by ptownflyswimmer at 10/06/09 4:43PM
  • littledieman
    Seeking God should take the place of worry. We'll be too busy to worry if we truely do SEEK HIM. Great thoughts, Ashlyn!
    by littledieman at 10/10/09 7:54AM
  • dsh
    Sorry we missed you too!
    by dsh at 10/26/09 7:46PM
  • missy_my
    Hey Ashlyn!, How are you? :)
    by missy_my at 10/31/09 10:45AM
  • aaronw
    Hey, very good thoughts! As much as God tells me not to worry and to put my life in His hands, I still find myself worrying about what will happen in my life. I think when we worry, we are trying to control everything ourselves. And since we are not strong enough to handle it all, our worrying drags us down. I have a tendency to want to solve all my problems myself before I ever consider going to God with them. So, you hit it right on the head! Be content and let God be our fulfillment. I'm still learning to do this.
    by aaronw at 11/07/09 3:57PM
  • wheelman
    Aw. Sorry about that. I'm sure you'll do fine with the paper though. Don't worry about it too much. Well I'm glad I called at a good time. Emily said last night that you'd been helpful to her.
    by wheelman at 12/02/09 11:19AM
  • noby_wan
    As long as they taste good and aren't burnt I guess. =)
    by noby_wan at 12/02/09 3:02PM

7-6-09

"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Finally, there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give to me on that Day, and not to me only but also to all who have loved His appearing." - 2 Timothy 4:7-8

Can this be said of you?

Where are you going in your life right now? Not 5 years from now, not where you’ve been…where are you now, and where do you want to be in your spiritual life?
"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble." - Matthew 6:34

Just some thoughts to think about from a lesson I gave at camp. God Bless!
  • horselover13
    happy birthday late!
    by horselover13 at 07/10/09 5:40PM
  • homeschoolmomma23
    I have a mac and cheese recipe of your moms and a pork roast recipe. Do you want you name on one of those or do you want to turn in one yourself?
    by homeschoolmomma23 at 07/10/09 9:59PM
  • lydia_a
    i like what you're saying. good thoughts.
    by lydia_a at 07/11/09 1:32PM
  • rosegirl
    happy birthday i hope u had a great day sorry it is late love u
    by rosegirl at 07/12/09 12:10PM
  • p_atrick
    thats some great stuff baby!
    by p_atrick at 07/13/09 5:30PM
  • mmswife
    Ok, sounds great. Please make sure to tell me about the game! I hadn't had any ideas.
    by mmswife at 07/18/09 12:36PM
  • nanna
    it was awesome spending a week with you! cute picture!
    by nanna at 07/20/09 6:03AM
  • missy_my
    Hey, Ashlyn! this is Arlene D. from D.O.V. camp!
    by missy_my at 07/20/09 8:55PM
  • missy_my
    It was!!! :)
    by missy_my at 07/21/09 9:44PM
  • i_am_a_sheep
    Good thoughts.

    by i_am_a_sheep at 07/24/09 9:50AM
  • homeschoolmomma23
    I will put your name on the mac and cheese. If you have any more, send them today. We are hoping to send it in on Wednesday.
    by homeschoolmomma23 at 07/27/09 1:32PM
  • missy_my
    How are you? :)
    by missy_my at 08/04/09 4:04PM
  • sarahpet
    All summer I have been right where I wanted to be. It may have looked like I was sacrificing to some people but I don't know. Now comes the sacrifice and the separation from what I saw as my vigil, my duty, my privilege. Now I must reach out in new ways to others while my desire is to be where I want to be needed.
    by sarahpet at 08/20/09 8:24PM
  • sarahpet
    thank you for asking us that question. I hadn't put my thoughts into words before this moment but the feeling was whole yet unlabeled.
    by sarahpet at 08/20/09 8:25PM
  • coleykoolaid
    Thanks. I love you :)
    by coleykoolaid at 08/27/09 12:23PM
  • funnymonkey
    Hey Ashlyn, this is Connie from DOV. How have you been?
    by funnymonkey at 08/28/09 4:36PM
  • horselover13
    you should come!
    by horselover13 at 08/29/09 7:52AM
  • mmswife
    Yep, he's working. Bummer. Thankful he has a job but this schedule is for the birds!
    by mmswife at 09/04/09 3:52PM
  • little_judy
    hi. creepy profile picture.
    by little_judy at 10/03/09 10:44AM
  • noby_wan
    You win! That smug feeling you have now is the prize. I hope you feel good about yourself. :P
    by noby_wan at 10/03/09 8:47PM

Kelsey Tribute 4-10-09

I want to say how encouraging it was to see the amount of love for Kelsey and how many people showed up on Friday morning. I heard the number was around 400-500 people. I want to thank all of you who came, I know it was encouraging to me and I'm sure it was much appreciated by the Harris family as well. Simon asked me to post what I said at Kelsey's funeral on Friday on my blog. So here is my tribute to Kelsey.

When I sat down to write this I really had no idea what I wanted to say. No thoughts or words really sounded good enough but I knew that whatever I said today had to come from my heart. I was blessed with the pleasure to call Kelsey one of my best friends for 8 years now. I thank the Lord for putting Kelsey in my life because she has inspired me in so many ways. Her faith inspires me greatly, she was one of the strongest examples of faith I know. I have told so many people that I want to have a faith like her’s one day; that’s a goal that I hope to accomplish. Kelsey inspires me to have a greater love, she helped show me what true love is all about. There are so many ways that my life has been influenced by her, and it’s been such an honor to have known her. I wish you all knew her like I did. I know Kelsey wouldn’t have liked it if I just ended right there. She would want people to be happy and to think back on some fun memories. I know most of you won’t understand why this next sentence is so significant but it’s one of the first memories that I have with Kelsey. “I would appreciate a bowl”. Now to explain the story that has caused endless teasing from Kelsey and her family. One of the first times I was at her house I realized something: I can’t say the word “bowl”. At the time, we were making some random concoction of beauty products, known to Kelsey as “smelly goody stuff”. I was 10, and she was 8. I looked at Kelsey and said, “I need a bowl”. She looked at me dumbfounded and repeated the word back, “a bowl.” I for one couldn’t see why this request was so confusing…all I wanted was a bowl to put the ice in I think it was. This went on for a couple minutes before we realized why we were so confused. She thought I meant a “bull” like the animal, while I meant a “bowl” like you use for cereal. Sure it took us several minutes of talking and a few hand gestures to figure out what we meant, but we laughed so hard that day because I apparently can’t say the word “bowl” correctly…according to Kelsey that is. I have never lived that story down, and I hope I never do, because every time I think about it, I laugh and think of Kelsey.
There’s so many memories I could have chosen, but I thought I’d share the one that was when our friendship first began. The times I’ve shared with Kelsey will never be forgotten. I will laugh, love, and cherish them forever. I am honored to have called Kelsey one of my best friends. She will be greatly missed in my life. Kelsey, thank you. Just, thank you.

I’d like to share something will all of you that I wrote a couple months ago during some hard times in my life. It starts out by saying:

Ever feel that you’ve gotten more than you bargained for? That you’ve got too much to handle?

Some days I feel like I’ve been training for a spiritual 5k race. It’s only a little over 3 miles, so my endurance doesn’t have to be too great, and it feels like just the amount I can handle. I’ve been preparing for this race for about a month now. I’ve been reading my Bible and praying more, and just all over trying to be the Christian the Lord wants me to be. I thought I was doing well in preparing for this race. I even tried to up my endurance level by talking to more people about spiritual things and attending gospel meetings. I felt confident that I was ready for my 5k, and that it wouldn’t be a problem. That it may even feel easy.

I showed up on race day bright and early and started with a quick warm up before I joined the crowd at the starting line. The gun was shot and the race started, and I took off with a smile on my face. I quickly realized that this wasn’t my race that I had signed up for. God had switched me and signed me up for a marathon. I got to mile marker 3 and immediately started saying “God this isn’t what I signed up for, I finished what I had planned. I want to be done.” God’s immediate reply was “keep going, I have faith in you.” By mile 6 I started to reason with God saying, “Lord, I’ve doubled what I planned to do, isn’t that enough?!” The Lord responded with, “Was it enough that I sent my Son to you and He was ridiculed in return?” I saw God’s point and started to run with a new vigor. I looked at the examples of those running before me, and decided to myself that if they could do it, so could I. I ran several miles without noticing because of how focused I’d become. By now the sun was out, and shining brightly…and it got hot. It didn’t take long before I saw mile marker 12 and started to complain to God saying, “Lord, it’s hot, I’m thirsty, my legs hurt, and I feel like I’m going to pass out…I just can’t take this anymore! I tried Lord.” The Lord’s response to me was this: “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.” Well I kept running, but I muttered under my breath about how this wasn’t what I signed up for and how this was anything but a “light burden”. Soon I saw a little stand by the side of the rode passing out cups of water. I slowed down enough to take a quick drink and throw the cup by the wayside, not even paying attention to who handed the cup of water to me. By mile 16 I saw a couple sitting on the ground cheering loudly for all that passed by, including me. I threw a quick smile to them, but kept on going. I ran for awhile longer wondering why God had signed me up for this race. Didn’t he know I wasn’t prepared for this?! My frustration continued to grow, until I felt a drop of rain on my cheek. I was about to lose it at that point when I heard God say to me, “just a little while longer, you’re almost there. I have faith in you.” Even though I was frustrated, exhausted, and in pain, I continued to push myself forward to the goal.

I only had three more miles to go before I crossed the finish line and I decided I wasn’t going to have come this far only to turn back. I started to run faster, knowing that soon this race would be over. When I saw the finish line in sight, I gave it all I had and sprinted for the Goal. My feet crossed the finish line and I saw God standing there beside me grinning widely and calling out my name. He looked at me and said “Well done, good and faithful servant; you were faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.” I looked at God and said “why did you sign me up for the Marathon when you knew I had only prepared for the 5k?” God looked into my eyes and said, “Because I knew you could do it, I had faith in you. I also knew you wouldn’t learn much from the race you had signed up for; you wouldn’t appreciate the final goal. I also knew that if I let you run the race you had planned on, you would only depend on yourself, and never fully depend on Me.” Just then a thought dawned on me and I realized how wrong I had been. I looked up and said “That was You wasn’t it Lord? You were the one that gave me a cup of water; You were the one that sent someone to cheer me along. You were the one to send rain when I complained that it was too hot. You were there all along and I didn’t recognize it! I then realized how blind sighted I had been and fell down to the Lord asking for forgiveness. The Lord pulled me up and said “ yes, that was Me. You asked for help and I provided. Even when you didn’t ask and you complained to me, I still provided.”

I walked further with the Lord realizing how much He had helped me through the race. Not realizing what He had planned for me, because I couldn’t see the whole picture, and the Lord could. That was the day I learned to put all my trust in God and depend on Him fully. He knows best. The Lord took me on a different path that day then I had planned, but I learned so much from it, and was reminded that His thoughts are not my thoughts, and that God is the only one who can see the whole picture, He knows what He’s doing when He signs you up for a different race than you had planned.

Kelsey has left us a great example of faith, and I hope that motivates all of us. She is now one of those, cheering us on, and waiting for the day when we reunite with her. Kelsey this is for you. I’m checking “speaking in front of a large group of strangers”, off your wish list today. I’ll love you forever and always Kelsey and I can’t wait for the day where we will meet again in Heaven.

~written by me on 4/8/09
  • little_judy
    Thank you
    by little_judy at 04/15/09 5:03PM
  • kiss_the_rain
    What a beautiful tribute!

    Hebrews 12:1-3 is one of my favorite sections of Scripture. I love what you wrote, it captured the feeling of trials and remembering God's plan for us so well.
    by kiss_the_rain at 04/16/09 11:31AM
  • swiftblades
    Please, feel free to steal it. :)
    by swiftblades at 04/20/09 9:46AM
  • cyber_space_cadet
    You're very, very welcome. ♥
    by cyber_space_cadet at 04/20/09 3:22PM
  • bucket_head
    T'Was, thank you. :)
    by bucket_head at 04/22/09 2:47PM
  • stout
    heyllo :))
    by stout at 04/24/09 6:42PM
  • stout
    go to one of my older post and play tic tac toe i promise u will never beat it lol
    by stout at 04/25/09 8:22AM
  • purky
    Ashlyn, go check out Rachel's pleo site. You won't believe what she found!
    by purky at 04/25/09 9:10PM
  • iddybd94
    I know i found it completely by accident too! =D
    by iddybd94 at 04/26/09 11:53AM
  • iddybd94
    yupp!! :-)
    by iddybd94 at 04/26/09 12:34PM
  • swiftblades
    Thanks! :)
    by swiftblades at 04/28/09 3:00PM
  • horselover13
    You should come to Madison on one of the mondays and swim with us!
    by horselover13 at 04/28/09 4:24PM
  • horselover13
    OK! I think they start in June when everyone here is out of school. I'll keep you posted!
    by horselover13 at 04/29/09 9:27AM
  • horselover13
    It's the Crooks' new puppy. She's so cute isn't she!?
    by horselover13 at 04/30/09 10:00AM
  • horselover13
    I know...she's a wonderful little puppy. She's very friendly, too. But right now she's going through the "I want to chew everything" stage. But she's so cute, I don't mind.
    by horselover13 at 04/30/09 1:02PM
  • horselover13
    I'm not sure. I don't think so, though. When we went out there the last two times she was always outside.
    by horselover13 at 04/30/09 3:37PM
  • just2seeusmile
    We need to catch back up... I remember you reading this at the funeral...... i love you darlin!
    by just2seeusmile at 05/02/09 10:28PM
  • yoddlebopper32
    thanks :) How have you been?
    by yoddlebopper32 at 05/13/09 12:05PM
  • broadside
    That's a great speech, really uplifting. We all miss Kellsy but we'll see her again one day and spend forever with her. Joel Raulerson.
    by broadside at 06/05/09 12:43PM
  • homeschoolmomma23
    Hey girl!!! Call if you need to talk ever.
    by homeschoolmomma23 at 07/06/09 4:58PM