Wednesday, December 24, 2008

More Snow and off to work we go!

With our Winter Storm and the start of Christmas break for the teenager, (our home schooler is still doing a few lessons over the break) I was hoping my husband would have a snow day as well. It snowed all of saturday evening and off and on sunday. We made snow ice cream.

We had a nice blanketing of snow!

And Monday morning my poor husband had to clean off his truck for work! He broke our broom because of our lack of a snow shovel.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Babies First Snow!

The twins had their first experience in the snow today! They didn't touch it too much and our little girl needed to have Dad hold her hand to walk in it....It was really cute!

There was a pretty cool icicle hanging from the kids swing set!

Our oldest and I made a very small snowman yesterday. He is now covered with another inch or 2 of snow!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Keeping the Trust!

Today my daughter started learning a new Bible verse that I have taken to heart. I am amazed lately by the word. We are facing some challenges and I am trying my hardest to be prayerful and keep my trust in God. We are all human and we all falter, I am thankful to have a husband who reminds me of the love we have in and for God. I am also Thankful to my daughter, who in her innocence is teaching how to faithfully love. For the past couple of days I have had a hard time keeping the Christmas spirit alive in myself. It is not fair for my little ones to have a mother who is not happy and faithful in the Lord. Especially at this time of the year when we are trying to teach them the true meaning of Christmas. Who Jesus was and is and what he did for us. To be giving as God gave for us. These are the versus from my daughter's curriculum and that have lifted me up today.

Psalm 34:8-13
(8) Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him. (9) Fear the Lord, you his saints, for those who fear him lack nothing. (10) The lions may grow weak and hungry, but those who seek the Lord lack no good thing. (11) Come, my children, listen to me; I will teach you the fear of the Lord. (12) Whoever of you loves life and desires to many good days, (13) keep your tongue from evil and lips from speaking lies.

I am glad there are resources out there for us to be reminded with. The greatest of all is love. Thank you God for my husband, parents, children and friends who love me even when I fall. You are great.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Christmas and Fun!

Isn't he so handsome....I am so thankful and blessed to have such a loving and fun husband.

My husband and some of his co-workers made the table decorations! The night was great! We won a personal GPS, so now hopefully we will always know where we are!

Saturday was my husband's Christmas party for work! We had an evening of decorating, enjoying a nice dinner with friends and some good laughs!

Had a Blast Playing in the Snow!

The First snow of the season fell yesterday and it has made everything beautiful! I love to look at it through my window, where I can be nice and warm. My little ones share in my enthusiasm for warmth but the bigger ones couldn't wait to get out and play!

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Giving Tree!

Our oldest two did the giving tree this year at the Mall for the first time. Our daughter thought it was so neat to get something for a girl about the same age that might not get to have a gift for Christmas. The little girl we shopped for wanted one of the Cranium games. My daughter and I went to three different stores looking for it and we did finally find it. My daughter really enjoyed bringing it back to the tree so that the Salvation Army could pass it along to the little girl we chose. My step son chose a boy about the same age who wanted a gift card from the Mall. I hope by allowing the kids to shop for others they can see the true meaning of Christmas and learn about the joys of giving!

Saturday, December 6, 2008


I am so glad that in the midst of change my little ones can keep it fun. We have had the start of Home School and are one month into it. Still loving it! I am concerned about my daughter's energy level, we need to find a good outlet for her. We are all adjusting to my step-son moving in and starting High School. He seems to be liking it okay but with the normal kid answer of "It was okay". My little ones keep it fun and keep me on my toes. My oldest is so smart and and is so funny! She does love the camera! My little man is using his words so well. Especially Momma! He knows volume will get a better reaction! and My baby is my beautiful spoiled baby. I love them all and had to share. I am so Thankful for my family.
Psalm 107:1 "Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever."
I hope this Holiday Season is a blessing to you and your family!

Monday, November 17, 2008


My Daughter and my step son both got their Haircut over the weekend! I think the both look Marvelous!
Everything is going really well since my step son has come...He is really a great kid!
Our daughter asked to cut her hair to the middle of her neck and I had to convince dad that it was okay. When the stylist started to cut I got pretty sad and decided that she is too young to make this decision for herself. She looks adorable but I do miss her longer hair!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Should now read "Double Blessed plus one plus one!"

We are being blessed by many changes! Our oldest daughter started Home school on Monday and that is going great. The twins are not wanting to play as nicely as I had hoped but I am sure once it becomes daily routine they will start to enjoy it! My step son is also coming to live with us. For how long I am not sure but I am excited for him to come! He is a great kid who needs his dad right now! I pray we are able to help him in any way he may need! This is going to be such a blessing. Please keep us in your prayers as I am sure all the kiddos involved are going to feel the change! Love to everyone!

Sunday, November 9, 2008

We have made our decision!

We have prayerfully decided to Home School our oldest and while I am a little nauseous at the thought of her education laying my hands (ultimately given to God), I am excited to take on this new adventure. I have come across an article that I have found inspiration in and thought I would share. I would like to Thank everyone who has supported our decision and lifted us up in prayer, We are truly grateful!

Here is the article!
Where do you go to school?” is often asked of my son who always proudly answers, “My mom teaches me at home school.” I sincerely believe that he truly is a happy home school pupil (most days) but I also think he realizes there is no faster way to get rid of his unwanted questioner than by the two little words: home school.
I quickly realized that prejudices toward home school are inevitable. I most often hear that a home schooled child will lack proper social skills or will lack proper confidence when integrated into society. As much as I would like to reciprocate rudely to the ignorance, it is important to choose words (and actions) reflecting Christian integrity. The scripture below has been helpful for me in answering people about home schooling.
1 Peter 3:15-16 NIV “But in your hearts set Christ apart as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect, keeping a clear conscience, so that those who speak maliciously against your good behavior in Christ may be ashamed of their slander.”
I have learned to be prepared for a lack of understanding of home school since many don’t understand Christ. So I prepare my reply using God’s Word, the source of the understanding of Christ. In Deut. 6:5-9 KJV the importance of a parent’s responsibility to instill the love and law of God is beautifully commanded. “And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might. And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart: And thou shalt teach them diligently to thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou rises up. And thou shalt bind them for a sign upon thine hand, and they shall be as frontlets between thine eyes. And thout shalt write them upon the posts of thy house, and on thy gates.”(Underline added) Webster’s Dictionary describes diligence as: showing painstaking effort and application in whatever is undertaken: industrious. Home schooling is daily opportunity to teach children the law and love of God with the diligence God commands.
Christian parents home school in the hope to provide spiritual needs as well as academic and physical needs, since not all are usually met in a traditional school environment. Christian faith is centered in hope. We are encouraged and anchored by our hope in God (Hebrews 6:18-19) When we hope in God we will never be put to shame (Psalm 25:3). We are joyful in hope (Romans 12:12). God’s Word gives us hope (Romans 15:14). Love always hopes (1 Corinthians 13:7). The world is looking for hope and I may be a source if I share mine.
The lack of gentleness in a discussion will surely add to the existing criticism and prejudice regarding home school. Gentleness is one of the fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23); one of the characteristics of life lived by the Spirit of God. The Bible also says, “A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.” (Proverbs 15:1 NIV) Exuding a gentle spirit may present a challenge but will produce better results.
Lastly, a respect in the difference of opinion may lead to a better respect of home schooling; to agree to disagree. There is no sense trying to convince anyone of anything; it isn’t about right or wrong. Treating the issue with respect will demonstrate maturity and humility and encourage people to let down their guard, set aside prejudices and hear out what is being said.
Christians desire to first and foremost seek God’s Kingdom and His righteousness (Matt. 6:33). Home school is one “strategy” for a Christian family to reach this goal together. Christian parents strive to combine a solid academic education with a Christ-centered life. Approaching prejudice and criticism with all hope and confidence placed in Christ and hearts filled with His word will not only strengthen Christian faith but will provide a better Christian witness to the world. I encourage you to use the prejudice as an opportunity to show the world the love of God.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Happy Birthday to Me!

Well Wednesday I turned 28 and as I told a friend of mine I do not feel as old as my parents made me think I would when getting so close 30. I had the most wonderful day. My husband took almost the whole week off for my birthday. I was forced to open my presents as soon as we got out of bed, hence the reason there is not a photo. I would not want ingrain your mind with that Horror. Hehe! My husband got me a new lens for my camera. I am excited to get to play with it. My daughter got me the most beautiful pair of earrings. They actually look like they picked out a set with each of our family's birthstones, it just happened that way! My family took me out to lunch at the Cheesecake Factory. It is one of my favorites, of course we ate way too much. I do tend to have an over active imagination. My mom called me at 700 and she called back at 1030. Both calls I missed, I tried calling her and my dad back at noon but could not get ahold of either of them....since my husband was taking me to a resteraunt not too far from the airport I just knew my parents would be meeting us for lunch. It all fit. They called right before their first flight and then called during their layover. I was excited when I thought my husband missed his turn and was headed for the next exit which would take us to the airport. Didn't happen! I still had hope that they would be meeting us at the mall after lunch when my mom finally called back and inquired about my location. I was looking at everyone but none were my parents. Not this year maybe next...My husband thinks I am crazy! He laughs that it has taken me 28 years to become an adult....Aside from my imagination, my birthday was great. My husband and kids were so great to me and thank you to all my friends who wished me a happy birthday!

Monday, November 3, 2008

Continuation of Celebrating the Differences in Marriage!

This weeks sermon was on Staying Faithful. This is something our society is plagued with on the daily basis, whether it is in the media or the work place. Thank you again to Pastor Dave for this message. Men and women have different expectations in marriage. If we were the same it would be easy and uncomplicated to be selfish because in meeting our needs we would meet the needs of our partner. For your marriage to be healthy you need to think of your spouse before yourself. I Do~means I Do recognize my spouses needs and I need to work to meet those needs.

There is a Downward Spiral that any of us can become a part of if we are not careful.

The Downward Spiral that can lead to Unfaithfulness
Step #1 Position of Vulnerability
*This can be stress, boredom or unmet expectations.

Step #2 Presumed Innocence
*Boundaries can be crossed even without physical contact. Sharing your deepest and most personal thoughts or feelings with someone outside of your marriage may seem innocent.

Step #3 Rationalized Behavior
*May start to say things like "This person meets my (emotional, physical or spiritual) needs better than my spouse." "Doesn't God want me to be Happy?"
*God is more interested in your Holiness than your Happiness~Pastor Dave

Step #4 Physical Involvement
*It adds a newness like when you are first married.

We may feel so secure in our marriage that we don't think about our spouses needs.

The Bible has something to say about this and it applies to both men and women.

Guard your Heart
"Do not let your heart turn to her ways" Prov. 7:25a
*Your heart can be turned before there is any physical act.
“You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ Matthew 5:27
"I made a covenant with my eyes not to look lustfully at a girl." Job 31:1
We all can experience vulnerability~Anything that steals your heart from your spouse can rob you of time with your spouse., hobby etc...

Watch your Step
"Do not stray into her path" Prov. 7:25b
This is about being wise as to when and where you are alone with the opposite sex.
"Rather, clothe yourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ, and do not think about how to gratify the desires of the sinful nature." Romans 13:14

Consider the Cost
"Her house is a highway to the grave, leading down to the chambers of death" Prov. 7:26-27
Adulterous behavior can feel like death, whether it be emotional, physical or spiritual.

Keep the Home Fires Burning
"Drink water from your own cistern, running water from your own well. ...May your fountain be blessed, and may you rejoice in the wife of your youth' Prov. 5:15, 18

Your spouse is a gift from God. To not appreciate the gift is not to appreciate the giver. Infidelity happens because we become complacent.
We have to make our spouse a priority in our hearts. Allow God to work in you to meet your spouses needs.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Happy Halloween!

Just wanted to share our kiddos on Halloween. They each had a blast and this was the first year the twins went up to the houses pretty much by themselves...They didn't last long so Dad took them home after about an hour and continued on with our oldest and her friend. Our oldest was Mrs. Clause she was so cute! I love our meece! We hope you had a wonderful time and got some yummy treats!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Really Struck my Chord!

This past Sunday at church I was hit right between the eyes with a message I needed. My husband and I rarely have an argument but we did have a rather heated discussion this week and Sunday's message went right along with it.

We are to Celebrate the differences in our marriage. There was an analogy used that Men are like waffles and Women are like spaghetti. Waffles are rigid and fit into a single box (issue) at a time. Whether the box is fixed or not, waffles can move on to the next box. Spaghetti, on the other hand, isn't rigid and it intertwines with other noodles. The analogy illustrates that men are able to move on if they can't fix a problem but for women everything is related to everything else in some way. Of course these are generalizations and not standard for every person, but God hardwired men and women differently for a reason.

Gender Differences + Personality Differences +Life = Conflict
Marital Conflict Myths
1. Good Marriages don't have Struggles
2. Conflict hurts a good Marriage
*Allow God to use differences to settle conflict in a healthy way.
*When you deal with conflict properly, it can create a greater sense of intimacy.
*Perspective on Communication differs
-Men converse to address a situation
-Women converse to connect with others
Communication Blockers
Communication is more than just the words you are saying. Some stats break communication down like this:
7% Words
35% Tones
58% Non verbal cues
Here are some things that count as Communication Blockers:
*Rolling Eyes
*Sighing Deeply
*Not stopping what your doing to listen
*No eye contact
*Using the time someone else is talking to think about what you are going to say (I am so guilty with this one)
*Stopping Listening
*Becoming Defensive or Angry
*Interrupting Partner
Ephesians 4 has something to say about communication
"Therefore each of you must put off falsehood and speak truthfully to his neighbor, for we are all members of one body." (V. 25)
*We are to be honest and speak the truth in love.
"In your anger do not sin; Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, and do not give the devil a foothold." (V. 26-27)
*Anger is not a sin but a human emotion. It is what you do with it that determines if it is a sin. *Anger has the ability to be positive if you use it as motivation to do good.
"Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen." (V. 29)
*Just because you feel badly and apologize does not undo the damage done by words.
*As a Christian you should expect growth in tongue control.
"Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as Christ God forgave you." (V. 31-32)
Key Points
1. Make it your goal to Resolve conflict not to "win" an argument.
2. Choose your words carefully.
3. Don't bring up the past. (This here is the problem I have. I have a database in my head that hangs on to everything said or done. This is not healthy)
4. Don't be a Mind-Reader.
*Don't assume their motivation behind words or actions.
5. Be quick to forgive. (This is another one I have an issue with)
I know we are all a work in progress but we should all be striving to grow and learn to better handle conflict especially in the context of marriage. I thank Pastor Dave for this sermon, it is really something I need to work on because I am totally a Professional Mind-Reader (or I like to think I know what the other person is really thinking). I love my family and want to set healthy examples for children to follow! Have a wonderful Day!

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Home Schooling!

My husband and I are in the midst of deciding if and when to go about Home Schooling our oldest daughter. We want what is best for our family. We have found such great support from all of those we have talked with this about! Thank you to everyone who has given us prayers, feedback and advice! We would like to teach our children in a christian based curriculum. Our school district here is lacking and we do not feel that our daughter is meeting her full potential! I have come across a list of Pros and Cons!

The pros:
Educational Freedom
Physical Freedom
Emotional Freedom
Religious Freedom
Closer Family Relationships
Stability During Difficult Times
Well-Rested Kids
No Busywork

The Cons:
Time Restraints
Financial Restraints
Being with Your Kids 24/7 (I don't really see this as a con if you have a supportive/helpful husband/partner/support system)
Limited Team Sports
Living Outside the Norm

Looking over this list of Pros and Cons, the Cons aren't all that bad. We are already a one income family, I have a wonderfully supportive husband, I love being with my kids. This is the choice we are leaning closer to at this point. Thank you again to all who have invested time in us!

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

For Bread Machine Lovers!

I have come across a website for different Breads made in your bread machine. I have fallen in love with my bread machine and am looking forward to trying new recipes. Especially the Pumpkin nut, cream of wheat and cinnamon breads. If you have any that you would like to share I would love to try them out! Yummy!

Monday, October 20, 2008

All I want for Halloween is My Two Front Teeth!

Our oldest has finally lost both of her top front teeth. This was a battle! She already has one big tooth coming in. She still looks so cute and loves being toothless. I thought she might be a little self conscience about it but she is in love with her new look. She is too funny!

Where has the last 20 months gone?

Seriously, Where has the time gone? Twenty months has flown by! A lot of it a blur of sleepless nights and hourly feedings, but mostly wonderful happy moments. Our twins have become very independent, exploratative little people. They are no longer our "little babies"! We are currently in the process of weaning, yes I am still nursing our twins. We are having little emotional outburst because they think they can nurse at any given moment! We are trying to limit it to nap time and bedtime....Their vocabulary is booming. They have both begun to put sentences together! Our little man says, "Can I have a bite? Where'd it go? What's that? Apple, Airplane, Outside" and many more. Our little lady isn't as vocal as her big brother! She does say "Mommy stuck, please, What's that?" and a few more. They are a blast and I am so very thankful for them every day! Here's to the next stages!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

My daughter lost the first of her top teeth and so I took the opportunity to take a picture of her. I can't believe how different it makes her look! She still looks beautiful but she is looking so much older and I am not ready for her to get any older. She is such a beautiful, kind, smart and very helpful little girl...I am so proud to be her mother and really to feel blessed!
On another note, I was finally able to catch some catch light in her eyes! It is something that has been frustrating me for awhile. I really am happy with the way this photo turned out!

Sunday, October 12, 2008

My handsome Hubs!

Look how handsome my husband is! Just had to share!

Cider Anyone!

This time of year brings with it wonderful taste and smells. One of which is my all time favorite, Apples. I love Apple pie, crisp, muffins and well all things Apples. I wanted so badly to find a place where we could make our own cider, and we found it. We had a blast squeezing our own apple cider. We made three gallons which needed 6 bags of apples.That took 3 buckets once washed.

Our daughter loved loading the apple press while Dad and I took turns spinning it. She tried but it took everything she had! It was pretty hard! What fun though and the result was so yummy once we got home and warmed up with a yummy cup o' cider!

Friday, October 10, 2008

One (I stress One) of my Phobias!

One of my fears is of insects. Don't ask me why I am so threatened by something that is 1/10000 of my size. We have been having these little guys running around the house. My husband has informed me that his research indicated not to fear these spiders. This is because it is highly unlikely that they would bite humans but if they do they have bites equivalent to a yellow jacket sting. From what I recall being stung hurts like the dickens! This actually just adds to my severe hatred and fear of this minuscule creature. Here is the information on the Callobius Severus.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

My Youngest did not want to co-operate with me, my oldest was a Poser!

Check out the face of my little one! She was not happy with the fact that I put her back in the stroller. I only let one of them out at a time today since there were quite a few kids already running around. That way I could keep a close eye on the one running around! I am not sure if that was the best idea but it sounded good at the time! I did get a couple of shots that I like today.

I am not sure which one of these photos I prefer. I do like the straight out of the camera shot but I like the softness in the second one!
This is my favorite for the day! I love that she is so willing to pose and play...I only hope my little ones start to enjoy it as well!

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Pumpkin Patch

We had a great time this last weekend going to the Pumpkin Patch! Even the babes had a great time picking out the most perfect pumpkins! We enjoyed pumpkin bowling! Hot Chocolate or Apple Cider and a Carmel Apple. We had a blast trying to make our way through the hay maze. I think the kids did a better job of finding their way and not getting stressed about getting stuck. Best of all we got to get some much missed Pumpkin Butter! It is so good on pancakes. I am also looking forward to making my first ever Pumpkin puree. Dan made a Pumpkin Pie last year but I actually preferred the can stuff. Sorry babe, I love you! This year I have come across a recipe/technique that sounds pretty exciting to me! I hope everyone is enjoying the fall season and all the wonderful smells and taste that come along with it.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

My answer to Take out Breakfast!

I have what I think is one, if not the best recipe for a breakfast muffin! It encompasses sausage, cheese and carbs. This has become a family favorite and has been passed down through a couple of generations. Here it is:
Sausage Cheese Biscuits
1 package Jimmy Dean Spicy Sausage (if you can't handle it, you can go milder)
2cups all purpose flour
2Tbsp Sugar
1/2 cup cheddar cheese
1Tbsp Baking Powder
1/4tsp salt
1cup milk
1 egg slightly beaten
1 stick of margarine melted

Mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, milk, egg and margarine.
Fry sausage and add to mixture with the cheese.
Spray muffin pan
Fill 2/3 full
Bake @ 375 for 20 minutes
Remove from pan as soon as you get them out of the oven.

Enjoy slightly warm or make the night before for breakfast and warm in the microwave. So good with either a glass of milk or a cup of coffee.
Thank you to Mrs. U for the above picture!

Friday, October 3, 2008

How should allowance be handled?

Our daughter is now at an age where she is able to understand (if only a little) that money does not grow on trees. We have gone back and forth on how much, when and what for she should get an allowance. Her responsibility is minimal and we have been paying her $1.00 a week for the things she has been doing. She is to make her bed, clean her room, put her clothes in the dirty clothes hamper, help set and clear the table. I have talked to friends and read in a number of articles that these things are expected of her age and not appropriate to pay for. How then do we teach money management? Will this lead to unrealistic expectations into adulthood? I found great tips on Children and Chores. I have yet to find what should be paid for! Any suggestions, thoughts, or resources?

Thursday, October 2, 2008

I didn't know I didn't have a stance!

I am a pretty simple girl. The things that don't affect me usually don't bother me. When I see something horrible I am sad, uplifting or great I am happy. I am having a hard time delving into my newest class towards my associates degree! Ethics! Who knew there was so much to learn about right and wrong and the evolving arguments for and against those issues. So I am supposed to write a 700-2000 word essay on Reproductive Technologies. This encompasses cloning, stem cell research, genetic screening and a few others. How can I not have a stance for or against. I personally agree with certain parts of the theory while others strike me as something we should be cautious about. Take stem cell research, the theory behind sounds like a great solution to many diseases. As a christian and a believer that there is a being at conception (this is a whole other debate in itself), I can not say that I agree with the process with which they harvest these stem cells...any who I am having a hard time formulating any kind of idea as to which side to write my essay on! Just thought I would vent a little about the new joys of having to use my brain for things more than the day to day. I think it because I have not ever encountered a reason to take a stance on an issue such as this.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

What am I doing?

So today was a highly frustrating day in photography! All of my photos were turning out way to dark! I do however love the photos my Friend, Angelina, took of me trying to look like I know what I am doing when taking a shot of my daughter! When I got home I told my husband of my problem and he asked to see my camera...Wallah! He was able to fix it! Without reading the manual mind you! So at the end of the day I was able to play and get some better photos!

Saturday, September 27, 2008


I like these shots I got today of my son's hands and a marble in my friends son's hands!

Play Time!

It was a great afternoon for playing outside. The babes were having a blast with dandelions and bubbles. I was thankful for the warmth this afternoon! It was nice to get out and enjoy it!

Friday, September 26, 2008

School has started bring on the Madness!

This time of year our kids are going back to school and our families are adjusting to combining our summer schedules with our new school ones. The start of school brings with it homework, PTA meetings, play dates and classroom celebrations, just to name a few. This can become a little overwhelming when it feels your schedule is becoming over loaded. I have come across an article I enjoyed highlighting some ways to coordinate your schedules. While all tips won't fit every aspect of your life, you may find something in it that will help you during this transition time. Enjoy!

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

My Handsome Husband

I have to say I have the most handsome husband! I am just so very thankful for him and all he does for our family. I pray for his self confidence. Tonight he is at band practice for our church band. He doesn't think he is a very good guitar player, I think he is awesome. He has written his own music and can pretty much play anything by ear. I am so happy that he is finally using his passion to touch the lives of others. He is definitely stepping out of his comfort zone and for that I am so proud of him.
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