Time Really Does Fly…

You know the old expression, “Time Flies,” I sincerely felt that as I watched my youngest daughter drive out of the driveway this morning on her way to church. Yep, all by herself, no coaching from mom, no extra set of eyes, and definitely less “in the car deep talks.” ((( Whaaaaa)))

Our bonding time was mostly in the car, whether it was going to school, church, and soccer practice. *sniff sniff* I’ve treasured all of those moments in the car. It gave us a chance to catch up with out any distractions. We were more receptive to hear and listen to each other. I’ve spoken wisdom in her life from the car.

Now…it’s time to pray that not only is she safe from destination to destination, but that she recalls and remembers all of the hours of talking, laughing, and wisdom I’ve imparted to her. That she will now use her car time to soak in the Lord, talk to Him now instead of me. Some of the most precious alone times in the car turned into my prayer time.

Time did fly, from that little girl that wondered off in the front yard just about giving me a heart-attack because she wanted to visit the neighbor behind us, to now blossoming into this beautiful young lady who is driving by herself. Only one more year of high school and she will moving into the next chapter of her story.

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I’m super proud of her even though we’ve had our ups and downs.  What Mom and daughter doesn’t?  But we learn and grow from those moments.  Olivia, may the Lord Bless you and Keep you for the rests of the days of your life.  May you be His bride and seek Him diligently as you continue to mature.  The Lord has great plans for you!

…Until I blog again
Kacy

It’s a good day!

This has been my first REAL day off in a while.  I almost forgot what it is like to just rest and not be in work mode.  While my to-do list sits here, I really have no intention of making it happen.  But, that’s a good thing for right now.

Cameron took his Heartland Fire Reserve Program test today.  I texted him about 11:30 to ask how it went.  He said he got a 64% and you need a 75% to pass.  I couldn’t believe it because of all the studying he has done.  Seconds later, he sent me this:

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That stinker!  I knew he could do it.  Tomorrow he will take the Agility test.  I know he’ll do well on that.  Extra prayers couldn’t hurt!  Once he passes this test, then it’s on to the Interview Board.  I think Cameron is most nervous about this part than any of the other.  If he gets accepted, then he’ll have an awesome chance of being put through the Fire Academy and then next year Medic School.  We pretty much told him that the next 3 years of his life are crucial for his career.
Zach is doing well.  I still know he misses home a lot.  Sometimes in life the path we choose at the time isn’t what’s really best for us.  Zach is head strong and there was no keeping him from joining the Army.  Although he loves being a combat medic, I think he misses home more.

I’m doing something different that I started about a month ago.  I’m reading the Bible in a year chronologically.  It’s quite interesting how  I skipped from Genesis to Job.  There sure is a lot to learn from Job.  He was so in-depth.  And, you would think reading Genesis would be quite boring.  Not so for me.  I dug out my Dake’s Study Bible and just really started digging through scripture and it had new meaning to me.  I had totally forgotten about the world before the earth was formed.  The days in which Satan ruled as an angel.  I had forgotten about the giants too.  The downside to reading the Bible in a year is I want to stop and study the scripture but there’s not enough time to do it in my timing.  You have to read so many chapters a day.  But what I’m gathering from it is still PRICELESS!

Welp, I better go.  I have NOTHING to do, NOWHERE to go and my TO DO list…well…..it can just sit here and eyeball me because I’m taking the day off!!! ;)

Till later….

 

Long time no write!

Gosh, another month or so and it would be a year since I wrote here.  A lot has happened in a year.  I’m not sure where to begin.  Olivia got her permit recently and I have reluctantly not let her drive yet.  She enters the 11th grade this year and it’s hard to believe my youngest only has two more years of highschool and 3 more church camps left.  ((WHAAA))  She’s grown into such a wonderful Godly woman!

Cameron received his EMT certificate in January and got a job with Balboa Ambulance.  His goal is to get into the Reserves with Heartland soon, then paramedic school.  It would be Rich’s dream if Cameron eventually got to work a few years with his Dad at the Fire Department.  I’m sure he will get there!  He’s a natural at all this medical stuff. Continue reading ‘Long time no write!’