Saturday, July 26, 2008
Friday, July 25, 2008
Sunday, July 20, 2008
I haven't seemed to have much time for blogging lately. It is getting increasingly hard to find time to sit and write when someone else is so adventurous. Nap time is usually taken up with washing dishes, folding laundry or other odd household duties. It's not that there has been a void of exciting or interesting things to blog about. It's just that time to blog is getting rather sparse. I meant to blog about my sister (my baby sister) turning thirteen, how I spent $0.39 on two things of body wash and two packs of razors at CVS, and about Adam and his vibrant love of golfing. I had wanted to ask you all to pray for Adam's grandma, who was in the hospital last week and how it was discovered that she has bone and breast cancer. I was going to tell you about how my brother Joe has been helping us clean out our gutters. And how Josh got to play in our new pool the other day. There were so many things I had meant to blog about, but life has just been too much fun lately to sit here. Life has kept me going. Papers have to be picked up, floors swept, dog food taken out of mouths, cords wound and poopy diapers thrown away. I will have to reserve time somewhere to record the events and happenings of my daily life. I don't want to forget these days. There is too much to remember and to cherish. Today was one of the best days of my life. Joshua was so happy and there was so much joy in his face. I just love it. I want to thank God for giving me one of the greatest blessing He could give. I think that, besides the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ, children just may be the greatest blessing. Amazing. I love it. I want to cherish every moment of it.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Monday, July 14, 2008
Wednesday, July 09, 2008
These are just a few. When looking up information on this vaccine, many of the results on the first several pages were all good reports from "reputable" sources. But after sifting through more pages, I found quite a few not-so-glowing reports. These that I linked to were only a handful.
Please, I think it is quite urgent that we let our friends know that this is not a safe vaccine. There are very dangerous side affects that parents and young girls are not being told of. Paralysis, seizures, Guillian-Barre Syndrome, blood clots, extreme low blood pressure, and Syncopea (a temporary suspension of consciousness due to inadequate blood flow and lack of oxygen) to name a few of the more serious side affects. I didn't see any of these side affects listed with the CDC's evaluation of Gardasil vaccine. The CDC website says:
Safety of the HPV vaccine
This vaccine has been licensed by the FDA and approved by CDC as safe and effective. It was studied in thousands of females (ages 9 through 26 years) around the world and its safety continues to be monitored by CDC and the FDA. Studies have found no serious side effects. The most common side effect is soreness in the arm (where the shot is given). There have recently been some reports of fainting in teens after they got the vaccine. For this reason, it is recommended that patients wait in their doctor’s office for 15 minutes after getting the vaccine.Why aren't they telling us the rest of the risks? If they won't tell, we need to!
Saturday, July 05, 2008
Thursday, July 03, 2008
Adam walking the dogs along the beach.
Josh was skeptical of the lake.
The water was very cold on our toesies.
This is one of many similar looking summer cottage homes.
Molly and Roxy meet another dog on the pier.
The Sodus Point Lighthouse.
Homes line the Bay on nearly every side.
I took this photo because it reminded me of my blog friend, Jessica, calling her baby "Li'l Mo".
One of many boats that pass by the pier on their way in to dock.
Sunset on Lake Ontario.
Wednesday, July 02, 2008
I hope to have a moment or two later today to tell you about the wonderfully exciting weekend my family and I had... So stay tuned.