Marla and Maize have moved

I noticed in my blog stats that people were looking for Marla Baltes. I too was looking for her because my feed reader showed new posts but when I tried to open them it said the blog was gone.

Then I remembered I had her email. So I dropped her a note to check and see how things were and she let me know that she has moved her blog but didn’t know how to get the word out to everyone. If you weren’t aware of the move, here is her new home :

If you have her old link in your blog roll please change it to the new one. Go and say hi even if you’ve never read her blog before. I assure you that you will fall in love with Marla and Maize and now Emma, Sally, Mimi and Chris too.


since facebook hates me

I have been trying for an hour to upload picture from December to facebook. Since it fails the upload after taking forever to process pictures and after multiple tries, I will share a few favorites here.

Little J's first picture with Santa at the deployed family party.

J's first willing encounter with Santa

after the kids helped decorate the tree with grandma

the only family picture we have from this Christmas

I apologize

Apparently I only made it through 4 days of NaBloPoMo. I did not start reading blogs again and am in fact behind on the few that I did put in my firefox RSS feeder.

I started Medical Assisting school the week of Thanksgiving. So far we are only in the “Career Prep” classes which is basic info, much of which is a review for people who may not have been in school in a while. Its BORING! I try not to say that out loud too many times since J is always reluctant about school.

I got a call from the inclusion specialist this week to tell me he’d had a rough time getting back into routine after the 2 week break? Ya think? I could have promised her that no matter how bad it was at school, it was worse at home. But I didn’t. I just told her she would have to be patient because it usually took a proportionate amount of time to readjust.

And that’s all I got for now. No promises for future, but I’ll be back.