Friday, November 28, 2008

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A Friday Funny!!

To Maintain A Healthy Level Of Insanity

1. At Lunch Time, Sit In Your Parked Car With Sunglasses on and point a Hair Dryer At Passing Cars. See If They Slow Down.

2. Page Yourself Over The Intercom. Don't Disguise Your Voice!

3. Every Time Someone Asks You To Do Something, ask If They Want Fries with that.

4. Put Decaf In The Coffee Maker For 3 Weeks . Once Everyone has Gotten Over Their Caffeine Addictions, Switch to Espresso.

5. In the Memo Field Of All Your Checks, Write ' For Marijuana.

6. Skip down the hall Rather Than Walk and see how many looks you get.

7. Order a Diet Water whenever you go out to eat, with a serious face.

8. Specify That Your Drive-through Order Is 'To Go'.

9. Sing Along At The Opera.

10. Five Days In Advance, Tell Your Friends You Can't Attend Their Party Because You have a headache.

11. When The Money Comes Out The ATM, Scream 'I Won! I Won!'

12. When Leaving the Zoo, Start Running towards the Parking lot, Yelling 'Run For Your Lives! They're Loose!'

13. T ell Your Children Over Dinner, 'Due To The Economy, We Are Going To Have To Let One Of You Go.'

And The Final Way To Keep A Healthy Level Of Insanity


Wednesday, November 26, 2008

101 Things to be Grateful For

101 Things to be Grateful For

1. YOU ARE ALIVE. Life is a gift. Mornings are gifts. Every time you wake up, stretch out those arms and say, “thank you for the gift of a brand new day!”

2. YOU CAN SEE. Oh to have the gift of sight! What a blessing! With your eyes, you can watch the magnificent world you live in. You can see your face in the mirror. You are able to enjoy the beauty of a leaf, a flower, a snowflake, a child, a star, a rainbow and the look of love.

3. YOU CAN HEAR. The thousands of fibers found in your ears could pick up the whisper of the leaves in the trees, the waves of the ocean, the raindrops falling on the roof, the loud thunder, the laughter of children, the ringing of the phone, and hear the words “I love you.”

4. YOU CAN SPEAK. You can utter words that can encourage, inspire, teach, guide, comfort, uplift, motivate and say the words “Thank you”; “I am here for you”; and “I love you.”

5. YOU CAN MOVE. You are joy in motion. You have the ability to dance, walk, run, hop and skip as you travel the road of life.

6. YOU CAN EAT. You can enjoy different food…the sweetness of ice cream and cakes, the crunchy veggies, mouthwatering seafood, the tender juicy chicken, pork or beef. Aren't we thankful that that the healthy food we eat gives us energy and helps us to grow?

7. YOU CAN DRINK. And be merry? (Grin) You can drink and allow water and fresh juices to quench your thirst. You can drink a toast to celebrate a wedding, a romantic evening, or warm your body on cold winter nights.

8. YOU CAN SMELL. Your sense of smell can enhance the taste of food. It can connect you to wonderful memories like remembering your baby cradled in your arms, the perfume of your beloved, or their sweet smelling hair.

9. YOU CAN TOUCH. Your hands can caress and soothe a loved one. You can touch and feel the different textures- soft, rough and silky smooth. With your touch you can express your love without words.

10. YOU CAN READ. When you look at the words and letters, they are not jumbled or inverted. Having the ability to read has open your doors to knowledge and wisdom found in books, magazines, newspapers and the internet.

11. YOU CAN SING. Whether it be extraordinary talent or simply singing in the shower, you can sing. You can sing your favorite song. You can hum a tune. Or even a lullaby. You can sing as you cook or clean the house.

12.YOU CAN WRITE. You can write and share your experiences. You can write love letters, thank you notes, and compose songs and poetry. Or write a check list of the things you need to buy in the grocery.

13. YOU CAN THINK. You have the ability to think, to plan and to analyze. When problems arise, you can come up with solutions to solve them.

14. YOU CAN FEEL. You have the ability to feel and experience all sorts of emotions - happy, sad, angry, confused, surprised, and disappointed and so on. Your feelings add spice to your life.

15. YOU CAN SLEEP. You can rest when you are tired and exhausted. Your body has been given the gift of sleep so it could recuperate and re-energize itself.

16. YOUR SKIN covers you from your head to your toes and keeps away germs that might make you sick. Steels may eventually rust but not your skin.

17. YOUR MUSCLES help you move. Hundreds of them, both big and small, help your run, walk, swim, do your laundry, share a smile.

18. YOUR BONES like your ribs protect your heart and lungs from getting damaged. Your skeleton is hard and strong and yet quite light. Imagine what it would be like if you didn't have bones? You would be like a bag of jelly!

19. YOUR LUNGS filter life-giving oxygen. Your lungs labor every second of every day as they help your body rid of gaseous wastes.

20. YOUR KIDNEYS are bean-shaped organs, each about the size of your fist, are sophisticated reprocessing machines. Every day, it filters your blood; and the waste and extra water is excreted when you urinate.

21. YOUR STOMACH is an organ of digestion. Once food is inside the tummy, gastric juices come out to break down the food.

22. YOUR INTESTINES help you remove wastes from your body.

23. YOUR LIVER is the largest glandular organ of the body. Some of its functions are: It produces substances that break down fats, filter harmful stuff from your blood like alcohol, stores some of the vitamins and minerals.

24. YOUR OVARIES produce hormones which give the female its body characteristics like breasts, body shape and hair. It also regulates menstrual cycle and pregnancy.

25. YOUR PROSTATE GLAND is part of a man's reproductive system, helping to regulate bladder control and normal sexual functioning. The prostate gland stores and produce seminal fluid, which nourishes the sperm.

26. YOUR THYROID produces thyroid hormones that control your body's metabolism. It has influence over your body's organs, tissues and cells. These hormones also control heart rate, body temperature and weight, energy level, muscle strength and even menstrual regularity.

27. YOUR HEART is responsible for supplying oxygenated blood to your body. Your heart pumps nearly five quarts of blood through your body every sixty seconds. Imagine that!

28. YOUR BRAIN is the control center of your body. It is there to help you store away every perception, sound, taste, smell, every action you have done since birth, sleep, hunger, thirst and all the other activities you need to do in order to survive.

29. YOUR BLOOD carries the necessary oxygen and nutrients to your different organs. Without it, we can't fight infection, get rid of our body's waste products, or keep warm or cool. If we lack blood, we would surely weaken and die.

30. YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM is the body's defense against viruses, bacteria and other invaders that may be harmful to you. You have cells that chew up invading organisms while other cells have built in memory on them so that your body recognizes and remembers previous invaders and help the body destroy them.

31. Be grateful for YOUR FAMILY. Isn't it great to belong a family? Imperfect our families may be but here we find the opportunity to grow, share, give and receive love.

32. Be grateful for YOUR FRIENDS. If we do not find love at home, sometimes we find the care and support from friends. True friends who stand by you, who knows your quirks and weird ways, but have decided to love you anyway.

33. Be grateful for YOUR COLLEAGUES. There are people at work who are your inspiration and guide to help you succeed in your career.

34. Be grateful for YOUR TEACHERS. People who have taught you and shared with you their knowledge and skills.

35. Be grateful for YOUR LIFE COACHES. Some people in your life teaches you how to live your life to the fullest.

36. Be grateful for YOUR PREACHERS, PASTORS. They have walked their talk and you have seen how their love for God have changed their lives.

37. Be grateful for QUIET ANGELS. They walk into your life, often unannounced, help you in whatever way they can and just as quietly leave.

38. Be grateful for KIND STRANGERS. Out of the blue, you receive unexpected help, a kind word, a message of inspiration, a smile.

39. Be grateful for BELIEVERS. They are those who see the goodness in you and believe in you and what you can do.

40. Be grateful for the LISTENERS. They can sit still and listen to you with all their heart as you pour out your burdens. They can empathize with you.

41. Be grateful for the JOY GIVERS. They radiate sunshine and warmth. And when you feel down, a dose of their joy lifts you up!

42. Be grateful for the HUGGERS. They can engulf you in a hug that makes you feel safe and secure. Their hugs tell you that you are not alone.

43. Be grateful for RIPPLEMAKERS. People who make a difference in little and big ways. Perhaps its somebody at home who makes you feel good when they are around. Or its the bagger at the grocery counter who never fails to greet you and make you feel nice.

44. Be grateful for PEACEMAKERS. They have chosen the path of peace. They will choose and respond to situations with love than hate.

45. Be grateful for LOVERS. The words that come out of their mouth are the words that start with I LOVE...not I hate. Lovers of life. Lovers of goodness. Lovers of art. Lovers of sports. Lovers of growing. Lovers of plants. Lovers of helping people see the beauty in themselves. Be grateful for people who will lead.

46. The glory of nature. Sunrise and sunsets. Clouds and blue skies. Raindrops and rainbows. Ocean waves and soothing streams. Birds in the air. Flowers everywhere.

47. Lovable pets. Finding joy and love in taking care and nurturing animals. I know of stories of people whose lives have been touched by these lovable and amazing creatures.

48. Food on the table. If you have enough food to feed your stomach and go to sleep without feeling the pangs of hunger, be grateful.

49. Roof on top of your head. Be glad you are not sleeping out in the cold.

50. Water to drink. Whenever you take a sip of water, be grateful that there is enough supply of water to quench your thirst.

51. Clothes to wear. You don't have to walk around naked.

52. Music. The gift of music has been known to soothe, inspire and make you dance to the beat of life.

53. Books. For all the books from where you have gained knowledge and wisdom from all over the world.

54. Technology. Technology that have helped us connect and have made our lives easier and convenient. From cell phones to laptops to cameras and on and on.

55. Inventions. For electricity, for our cars, for wheelchairs, for roller coaster rides.

56. Sharing laughter and funny moments.

57. Being able to pray and worship.

58. Helping someone up.

59. Finding your life's purpose.

60. Accomplishing a task.

61. Finding a lost family member.

62. An answered prayer.

63. Experiencing love.

64. Getting married.

65. Giving birth to your child.

66. Saving someone's life.

67. Learning a skill.

68. Sharing the gift of smile.

69. Writing a poem.

70. Your child's laughter.

71. Making friends.

72. Helping someone heal.

73. Being healed.

74. Finding hope.

75. God's grace.

76. Family trips.

77. Reunions.

78. First bike ride.

79. First kiss.

80. Falling in love.

81. The day you grew up.

82. Memories of childhood.

83. Garden picnics.

84. Mountain climbing.

85. Diving in the sea.

86. Learning to fall and stand up again.

87. Doing well in school.

88. Learning to dance.

89. Performing on stage.

90. Choosing to forgive.

91. I am grateful for the choices that I have made.

92. I am grateful for life's abundance.

93. I am grateful for the freedom I have to be ME.

94. I am grateful for the gift that I can share to the world.

95. I am grateful for all the experiences that have made me into the kind of person I am today.

96. I am grateful for the joy and peace in my heart.

97. I am grateful for the people who are journeying with me.

98. I am grateful for knowing that I am where I need to be.

99. I am grateful for opportunities to grow and learn.

100. I am grateful for all of life and what it brings.

101. I am grateful to the Divine who have given us all these and more.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Thanksgiving Week - Nov. 24th

Here's last weeks re-cap!

We made it through another week! Another crazy week!! :) Our full week started off with coming home from a weekend of deer hunting at the Farm. Courtney came home without anything, but she's set on getting "the big one!" Monday it was unpacking, cleaning up, and a little bit of shopping. Tuesday was a busy day. Full of running errands, Boutique stuff, and another snow meeting!! Once Wednesday rolled around it was time to watch Courtney play the bells in Chapel (which she seemed to do very well at, but I think all the kids did a great job and it was really cute watching them!), more errands, lots of Boutique work, and an evening at home!!! Thursday was a non stop day that ended with Kayla's soccer team's end of the season party at Incredible Pizza. All of the girls had a great time eating and playing games. Next thing we knew it was Friday!! Finally, the weekend was here and it was time to relax. But oh wait! Relax? What is that?? Friday Dave was off so we did a little bit of shopping that needed to be done, had lunch with the girls at school, and made some yummy gerbers at home for dinner. For those of you wondering, as you can tell, we did not go to the farm this past weekend. Courtney was very upset with me, actually really mad. But she did get over it and we had a nice weekend at home doing a lot of things we needed to get done. Saturday there was a soccer game for Courtney, a birthday party for Kayla, flower arrangements made, and dinner. Sunday we all got up and went to the 25th anniversary celebration service for our church. It was a nice and long 2 hour service. But it actually went by pretty quickly and to my surprise the girls did very well with the exception of the last 20 minutes or so. After the service there was a yummy luncheon that was prepared by Chef Mike! The rest of our day was filled with cleaning house, doing laundry, and getting ready for our busy upcoming Thanksgiving week!!

Here's the news for this week.....

Can you believe it? Here we are Thanksgiving week!! It's so hard to believe on Thursday we will be sitting down to have Thanksgiving dinner with the family. Seems like we just did that. It's amazing how quickly the year has flow by. And when you thing about it, 5 weeks away is HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Anyway, this upcoming week.....the girls have school Monday and Tuesday and a half of day on Wednesday. Luckily our evenings are open this week...well at least for right now they are! Thursday I;m looking forward to a relaxing day!!!!! And once Friday rolls around, here comes the Christmas decorations!!!!!! I can't wait for a weekend of decorating!

We want to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Until next week, have a great week!!

Friday, November 21, 2008

A Friday Funny!

What starts with 'F' and ends with 'K'

A first-grade teacher, Ms. Brooks, was having trouble with one of her students.

The teacher asked, 'Harry, what's your problem?' Harry answered, 'I'm too smart for the 1st grade. My sister is in the 3rd grade and I'm smarter than she is! I think I should be in the 3rd grade too!'

Ms. Brooks had had enough. She took Harry to the principal's office. While Harry waited in the outer office, the teacher explained to the principal what the situation was. The principal told Ms. Brooks he would give the boy a test. If he failed to answer any of his questions he was to go back to the 1st grade and behave. She agreed.

Harry was brought in and the conditions were explained to him and he agreed to take the test.

Principal: 'What is 3 x 3?'

Harry: '9.'

Principal: 'What is 6 x 6?'

Harry: '36.'

And so it went with every question the principal thought a 3rd grader should know. The principal looks at Ms. Brooks and tells her, 'I think Harry can go to the 3rd grade.' Ms. Brooks says to the principal, 'Let me ask him some questions.'

The principal and Harry both agreed.

Ms. Brooks asks, 'What does a cow have four of that I have only two of?'

Harry, after a moment: 'Legs.'

Ms. Brooks: 'What is in your pants that you have but I do not have?'

The principal wondered why she would ask such a question!

Harry replied: 'Pockets.'

Ms. Brooks: 'What does a dog do that a man steps in to?'

Harry: 'Pants.'

Ms. Brooks: What starts with a C, ends with a T, is hairy, oval, delicious and contains thin, whitish liquid?'

Harry: 'Coconut.'

The principal sat forward with his mouth hanging open.

Ms. Brooks: 'What goes in hard and pink then comes out soft and sticky?'

The principal's eyes opened really wide and before he could stop the answer.

Harry replied, 'Bubble gum.'

Ms. Brooks: 'What does a man do standing up, a woman does sitting down and a dog does on three legs?'

Harry: 'Shake hands.'

The principal was trembling.

Ms. Brooks: 'What word starts with an 'F' and ends in 'K' that means a lot of heat and excitement?'

Harry: 'Firetruck'

The principal breathed a sigh of relief and told the teacher, 'Put Harry in the fifth-grade, I got the last seven questions wrong!

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Thoughts for Thursday!

Happiness keeps you sweet,
Trails keep you strong.
Sorrows keep you human,
Failures keep you humble.
Success keeps you glowing,
But only God keeps you going.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Are we crazy yet? The week of November 17th

Here's last weeks re-cap!

Our crazy week was off and running Monday. With a short school week ahead of us, our week was full. It started with getting a foot detox. It was very interesting to say the least. There's a long story behind it but at this point, I'm not sure I have enough time to go into all of it. All I'll say at this point is I'm going back next Monday for a second "treatment" and if you've never done one, I'd highly recommend it. If you'd like to hear more info about it, email me! Monday night was Courtney's soccer teams party. It was a good time and Courtney had a great time playing soccer with her friends from school. Onto Tuesday, it was a very busy day of getting things do around the house and a quick meeting in the afternoon. Wednesday rolled around and it was a half of day of school for the girls. That evening it was off to dinner with my friend Jackie. It was a nice evening out of catching up and girly talk. Thursday and Friday the girls were off school. The girls spent Thursday with Aunt Lisa and Kayla had her first sleep over at a friends house that night. I was a little worried if she would make it all night but she did!!! And she had a blast! I was so happy for her but now she ready to have asleep over here! Not sure if I'm ready for that yet but we will see. Friday it was pack an doff to the farm for opening weekend of deer season. Courtney came back empty handed again! I was so bummed but she was totally fine with it. She's waiting for "the big one!" Along with every other hunter out there! But she has a good reason to hold out. There is a 12 pointer walking around up there. My brothers have pictures of him on cameras they have placed up there. She thinks that's the one she is going to shoot. God help us all if he comes walking along when she is sitting out there! :)

Here's the news for this week.....

Here we are...the week before Thanksgiving and 5 weeks away from Christmas! This week is like any other around here lately. It's full of a couple of meetings, Chic Boutique stuff, Kayla's Soccer teams party, birthday parties, and of course, a soccer game! Courtney has started indoor soccer. There's a lot to do in a little bit of time. I haven't started Christmas shopping yet and it's something I'd really like to get started! But there seems to be a little bit of a problem. I have NO clue what to get the girls this year. Neither one of them want much. Should be interesting to see what I end up finding! ;)

Until next week, have a great week!!

Friday, November 14, 2008

Opening Weekend!

So, we are packed and ready to head out for Opening Weekend of Deer Hunting! Courtney is so excited and can't wait to hunt all weekend. Kayla and I on the other hand are not looking forward to a very COLD weekend!!

Wish us luck!! I'm really hoping Courtney is able to shoot something, it will make not going next weekend a lot easier!! I'll update you we get back on Sunday!

Here's a pic of her from last year! I'm sure there will be many new ones this year!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Our Life this week! ~ November 10th

Here's last weeks re-cap!

Our first week of November in the Fritsche house is in the books. Amazing how fast this year has gone by. Last week was no different than the previous weeks around here. Monday the Girls had a half of day for Parent/Teacher Conferences. Both of the girls are doing very well and had excellent report cards. Courtney made first quarter honor roll. The first time she has had the chance to do that so we were very excited for her!! Kayla is doing great! It amazes me how quickly she catches on and how much she is learning. She already understands and counts money and is telling time. They are learning so much at such a young age now!! After conferences Courtney had soccer practice....the last one of the season!! Then we were off to Spirit Night at school. They had a dinner and handed out awards to all the fall sports players. It was really cute and the girls had a good time. Tuesday the girls were off school because of Election Day. I spent most of the day at home working on things for the Boutique. We added Letters from Santa that are really cute!!!! Wednesday is was back to school and I worked on some more Boutique stuff. When Thursday finally rolled around I was ready for the weekend. It had been such an off week that I was ready to sleep in!! And then came FRIDAY!! I had several things to do to wrap up the week. That evening the girls and I went shopping for some new winter clothes! We made the mistake of going to the mall on a Friday night!! I've learned my lesson. It was "Freaky Friday" as Courtney kept pointing out. And let me tell ya....she was right. I wonder what rock some of these kids/people crawl out from under. It was a little scary! The weekend came and I was looking forward to sleeping in!!! Courtney had a soccer game Saturday and it was COLD!!!!!!! She scored another goal but unfortunately this time I did not get a picture. It was so freaking cold my camera decided it was going to work right. But the funny story behind this goal.....Friday night at the mall, Courtney asked for a Webkinz. I told her "No, not tonight. Christmas is coming and if I started buying you toys now, what will you do if Santa already has it for you?" She was fine with this answer until we saw the deer Webkinz!! She has been asking for this one since it first came out. She didn't know but I had already bought it and had it stashed away for Christmas. She was begging for it. Even said "I will do ANYTHING for it!" I kept telling her "no, I'm sorry." I felt so bad! I knew she wanted it and we had been looking for it, and she had just found out the Webkinz had retired the deer. Surprisingly she didn't throw and big fit even though she kept asking. So I ended up telling her, "I'll make you a deal, you score a goal in your soccer game tomorrow and we'll talk about getting the deer." Oops!! Big mistake! That girl went out and was going to get a goal if it was the last thing she did. Guess I learned my lesson on opening my mouth! Needless to say, guess who now has the deer Webkinz and who is short the Christmas gift list now!?! ;) She was so excited to get that deer though. She was so cute, she said it's going to bring her good luck this upcoming weekend for deer hunting. Let's hope so!! So the rest of weekend was full with 3 more soccer games, Courtney had her first indoor game Sunday morning and then played her last outdoor game and Kayla had her last game. Come Sunday evening, I was frozen and ready for bed!!

Here's the news for this week.....

This week is going to be crazy! It's very busy! The girls have a short week at school this week. They have a half of day on Wednesday and are off on Thursday and Friday. I have a lot of things to do this week....a lot with the Boutique. The girls and I will be leaving on Friday to head to the Farm for the weekend. It's opening weekend of deer season!!!! With 6 weeks until Christmas, I have to start thinking about shopping, cards, gifts, and all the fun times ahead in the next couple of weeks!!! :)

Until next week, have a great week!!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Recent Pics!

As promised, here are some recent pictures for your viewing pleasure!! Enjoy! :)

Courtney - our cheerleader and "Dorothy" getting ready to head to Trunk or Treat!

Dorothy! - She's so stinkin' cute!!!

Our cute little Cheerleader! (but don't tell her we said that!) :)

PaPa's Pumpkin Patch for Trunk or Treat!!

Pumpkin carving time!!

Ashley & Kayla

Halloween Night - waiting to go trick or treating!

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Happy November! The week of Nov. 3rd

Here's last weeks re-cap!

Okay, so here we go......Last week, what can I say about it, CRAZY!!! Monday started our week off on the very busy side. There were things to do, flu shots, soccer practice, and then our first snow meeting! Yes! I said it, SNOW! I can't believe it's that time of the year to start thinking about snow again! We had drivers meetings on Monday and Tuesday. It was strange....driving out there, it seemed like I hadn't seen those guys in FOREVER! But then once we guys started showing up and checking in, it was like just yesterday that we had the big storm in March. Tuesday was also busy, getting things ready for Halloween, meetings, and normal everyday stuff! Wednesday comes around and it's catch up day on things that I hadn't been able to get to on Monday and Tuesday along with carving our pumpkin and packing Courtney for the upcoming weekend.....Youth Hunt Weekend at the Farm!!! Our pumpkin turned out really cute thanks to Ashley, my brother's girlfriend. She's quite the artist and helped us with drawing a very cute BOO face. I'll be posting pics hopefully on Wednesday! When Thursday came around it was time to go crazy and make sure everything was ready for Friday along with a soccer game in the evening for Kayla! Then came Friday, HALLOWEEN!! It was a busy but very fun day! The girls both had parties at school. I was in charge of Kayla's but I did pop into Courtney's. Both parties went well and the girls had a great time. Trick or Treating was fun! Courtney only lasted about 45 minutes. She wanted to go home and was more concerned about making sure everything was ready to leave in the morning for her hunting trip. She wanted to leave right after school and skip trick or treating, but I put my foot down (along with MaMa) and said no. So Saturday morning MaMa, PaPa, and Courtney were up bright and early and were off to the Farm for the Youth Hunt week. Dave, Kayla, and I stayed home. Kayla had a birthday party she was invited to on Sunday and REALLY wanted to go. Along with a soccer game on Saturday and Sunday. Our weekend was busy but also nice with some down time. Which was great after our busy week and 2 and a half hours of trick or treating with Kayla!!!

Here's the news for this week.....

So here we are, the first week of November and 7 weeks until Christmas!!! Crazy!!!! Our week is packed solid with Parent/Teacher Conferences, Soccer practice, Spirit Night at school, 2 meetings, a field trip for Courtney on Friday, and what seems like a million other things to do!! Our weekend isn't any less busy either! Both of the girls have games on Sunday and there are several things going on for Saturday! And then next week...the girls have a half of day on Wednesday, are off Thursday and Friday and then it's opening weekend for Deer Season so guess where we will be!!! :) Gotta love it! Watch for some pictures coming soon!!!

Until next week, have a great week!!