Showing posts from March, 2012

Political Craziness

Ok, so this has bothered me for quite some time so I guess I'll speak up about it. I can take a political joke as well as the next person and think it's pretty funny, regardless of the political party being made fun of. What I can't take, however, is people who make crazy assumptions because they believe they're right and everyone who thinks otherwise is wrong. I've been a registered democrat for a few years now, but I tell you in all honesty, I don't like the republican or democratic parties. Just because you're a democrat doesn't mean that you're lazy and accept or want hand outs. I can honestly tell you that I know more republicans that want a hand out than democrats. My husband and I work hard for what we have and what we want and don't expect anyone to give us anything. Neither of us would quit working to live off of someone else if given the option because we believe that we are responsible for our family and no one else is. I also know of…

The DL on Me...In Five Ways

Sooo, my friend Lindsey just did a blog post like this and tagged me to answer her questions!  Here goes.

Post the rules (that’d be these 5 things here.) Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post (below) Create at least 5 new question.  (Merp) Tag some peeps and link them to your post. Let em know they’ve been tagged! The questions (dun, dun duuuuun):
1.  What is your favorite quote and why?
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." Eleanor Roosevelt
I think I like this so much because it can be so easy to get down on yourself for things and having negative opinions from others makes it so much easier. We have to remember we were created in the image of God and though we'll never be perfect, we're always who we're suppose to be!

2.  What will you be doing in five years?
What I would like to be doing in five years is having a craft business that would allow me to quit my job. I'm so not a desk job kind of person and I love …