Archive for December 10th, 2007

Happy birthday Julie!

Monday, December 10th, 2007
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JULIE!!!! Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you,
happy birthday dear Julie…
happy birthday to you!
(and many more!)

I hope you feel better today and have a special day!
love you!

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menu plan monday

Monday, December 10th, 2007

Here’s my menu for this week…

Monday ~ leftover turkey with dressing & twice baked potatoes!

Tuesday ~ chicken stew mexican style from Michelle

Wednesday ~ little ceasers pizza!

Thursday ~ spaghetti & garlic bread with broccoli/cauliflower salad

Friday ~ sloppy joes

Visit Org. Junkie to link up with the menu planners!

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Sunday blessings ~

Monday, December 10th, 2007

Well, I’m sitting here snuggled up with Izzy in the midst of an ice storm that I didn’t believe was going to happen. The weathermen have been announcing it’s arrival all week and I have literally laughed in their faces! I have also laughed at the hoards of people running to get supplies to last through the storm. I refused to do that! Guess what? At precisely 4:15 a.m. this morning our electricity went off from ice on the electrical lines which resulted in a down transformer… it knocked out the whole neighborhood! Matt was quick to say, “I told you so!” even that early in the morning. It sure is dark without electricity, we’re talking no lights… not even street lights! I felt like a hibernating bear. It was actually kinda nice. I did grab my blackberry and do some web surfing, like the electric co. and then the weather station to see the high for the day. Our power came back on around ten a.m. and we all cheered :o)! I then ran (really I did) to the kitchen and threw the turkey breast I had purchased to bake today into the turkey bag and then into the oven so it would be cooked for lunch. I let Amanda put potatoes in the oven and then she began “begging” for me to drive to pick up the boyfriend for the day since he would not be driving to church. I don’t think he is familiar with slick roads… so I did. The roads really were not that bad. Just a few slick spots and the bridges were slick. I kinda like to get out when everyone else is in. BUT a quick stop into the grocery store showed me that many people were OUT. Most churches in our area closed for the day. Our church is canceled tonight, I would have gone this morning but we didn’t get power in time to get ready. The turkey was perfect! I made carrots and we had rolls and the potatoes. YUM. I even cooked a frozen pumpkin pie.
Izzy is so much better today. Her fever is gone for the most part and she looks better. I am so thankful to all you guys for praying for her. God is so good.
I guess the only thing I have to do today is drive mr. boyfriend back home and hopefully that will happen before dark because it may get worse (I may actually let Matt do that)!
The kids are hoping (and probably praying) that school is canceled tomorrow. It could go either way. If you know the weather patterns in Oklahoma, we could all wake up and see a hot sun. Stranger things have happened, but this is supposed to stick around for several days.
I’m off for a piece of pumpkin pie! Hope you are having a blessed Sunday.

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air ambulance

Monday, December 10th, 2007

Did you know that an air ambulance charter company like exists!! Who knew??

Air Ambulance International

The experience on an international air ambulance flight should be as smooth and comfortable as flying within your home country. We make sure all of the necessary preflight paperwork is in order. We often speak with consulats of countries worldwide in order to make the transition through international territories as smooth as possible. Medical personnel have flown hundreds of trips internationally, which we feel is important for navigating in all international territories. We can arrange to have a physician on board, or your own physician on board. Depending on the needs of the patient and family involved, we have a wide range of smaller to larger VIP aircrafts available to suit the patient’s needs. Please visit our aircraft page and contact us through our contact us submit form, or in the United States, 305.868.5378 to learn more about international air ambulance charter and the air ambulance airplanes. For transport within the United States, here is a listing of cities where air ambulance transport is provided: United States Air Ambulance Directory.

With 21 Years experience as an Air Ambulance Specialist, the staff are experts in Air Ambulance Transport. They work with case managers and social workers in hospitals all over the United States on a regular basis.

Clients include social workers, Senators, Governors and the United States Marshall Service.

Efforts are spent bringing patients to better care facilities and bringing the loved ones of families home. Dispatch is located in Miami, Florida.