2. Eating healthier/Working out more.
3. Eating out less
4. Following our budget
I also appreciated my bridesmaids so much for how well they did with our flower girl! Not only did I have the best wedding party ever, we had the cutest flower girl ever!! Kelsi was so much fun. Here's a few pictures of her:
I've been working on a powerpoint presentation of Kenya pictures for my parents Sunday school class. My dad and I have been asked to present our pictures and talk about our trip. This task of making a powerpoint has taken longer than it normally should, because I can't help but just sit and stare at the pictures of the babies. I realized how much I miss them!
This is a video that is posted on Jolinda's blog that she writes about the center (news, pics, updates). This video was put together by NMC and a past team that has traveled to Kenya.
I've been looking for a job lately for after graduation. I'm really interested in working in an adoption agency. So I spent the good part of yesterday afternoon searching the internet for agencies that had any openings or ones that I could send my resume to. I found a couple - one in Indianapolis and the other in Bluffton (Indiana not Ohio). They both are agencies based on Christian values and they also have people working for them that only have their bachelor's degree. So I know that they hire people without their master's degree, which is a plus! Once I get my resume updated I'm hoping to get in contact with these places. I'm such a scheduled person that I have to know what I'm doing at all times, and I hate not knowing where I'll be in the next few months. But I'm trying to let God guide me on that and realize that it's not me - it's all about Him. I'm just doing His work.
I've been doing some research for one of my classes for a paper. I wasn't getting to involved in the paper until I came upon this organization that is starting a movement- what they call a Love movement- to reach the tired and broken young women of our world. The women who continue to hide in the shadows of their pain, out of fear that someone will know their secrets. No one was doing anything for these lost women. But now, To Write Love On Her Arms, is pushing the issues. And is trying to convince a generation that LOVE WINS.