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35 They were desirous to be baptized as a witness and a testimony that they were willing to serve God with all their hearts; Mosiah 21:35

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To provide a loving environment that is centered around God and His commandments while effectively teaching my children to love, honor, and respect all Men no matter the race, creed, or background.

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Sunday, February 7, 2016

The battle goes on

The days are long. The road is hard. I am weary. I am tired. I don't want to give up or give in but my spirits are broken. I'm ready, so ready, for the easy road. However, I did not chose the easy road. I chose the hard road a long time ago and there is not a way to change my path. I'm here. I'm fighting for right. 

I took Edward to the allergist. It was terrible. We learned he has emerging allergies to dogs, mulberry, sagebrush, milk, and ragweed. 

He is on allergy medicine now. I hope it helps. I am trying to avoid his fourth surgery. 
I took Nolen to red light green light on Thursday for play group. He had a fun time. 

On Friday, Nolen and his friend Olivia gave eachother dirt showers right before school. I just died laughing because it was school picture day. Ha! 

Last, but not least, these two boys are still coming to church with me. I don't know how much longer I can influence them to come with me but I treasure my Sunday's with them. They are growing up and ready to make their own choices. Edward will be eight in one year. He has a big decision to make. I love him. He is my sweet little boy. Always. 

1 comment:

Andrea Landaker said...

I know exactly what you mean. :-) No matter what your kids choose, your love and influence will be with them always.