TidBit Thursday.

Less than a month away from finishing my first University semester and I’m not sure if I’m happy or freaking out. Both I suppose.. It’s flown by and I’m glad it’s almost over, but at the same time.. there’s so much to do and so little time! So I’ve been and shall be buried for books… How’ve you been? What have you been up to? document.write(”);
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TidBit Thursday.

Last stretch. Time is flying past! For some reason our semesters here at TWU are accelerated. This means we have one less month than normal to get all of our work done. Needless to say, it’s been overwhelming and crazy. But we’re almost done! Almost there! Forget the other 7+ semesters and focus on the approaching semester finish line! document.write(”);

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ModCloth Candy.

I know you guys like ModCloth so much, so here’s something they’ve sent me and I want to let you know about:
ModCloth has one of the coolest new contests going on the web right now! From today through 7 AM PST on 3/18, ModCloth is inviting community members to check out their brand new Style Gallery, upload a photo, love images and share the looks that inspire them throughout the week of 3/11-3/18. The image that gains the highest community-generated loves will win the top prize of a $100 ModCloth gift card! The other exciting part, you ask? Two random lovers of that winning image will also each score a $50 gift card! Head over to ModCloth right now to check out all of the great fashions available and maybe even participate in the Style Gallery!

Twenty-Three.

  I’m sitting in my Sociology class and listening to the loud voices of university students as they enjoy the break in our three hour class. And as we speak about marriage and family, I remember… twenty-three years ago my parents got married.  Twenty-three years ago today. 
 I wrote them an anniversary post last year and I mean every word even more now than ever. Read it here.
Happy Anniversary Mom and Dad! Thank you for all you’ve done, specifically your beautiful example of a marriage that works. 🙂