I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
2Kings 20:5

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

New Year. . New Changes!

So far 2012 has brought us a few changes. Bryan started workig at a different body shop as of Jan 1st. It is a amaller shop with more opportunity for him to learn and expand his knowledge as a Service Manager as well as a more well rounded mechanic. He enjoyed working at Fort Thunder Harley, however, he found a better opportunity and he took it. Change can be hard but it gives us the chance to grow and learn. We are still in Oklahoma, im fact his new job is just 5 minutes from our apartment. I am excited for him & for myself since it means I'll see him A LOT more :)

As for me, I have set some New Year "goals" and I am on my way to getting a few of them started right off. I'm hoping to get an airbrush soon so I can start learning and experimenting with paints & technique. I'm sure that goal will be an ongoing learning opportunity for me. We need to rent a place with a garage so I have a place to paint. Hopefully we can rent a house that has a garage within a few months! I would LOVE to get farther away from the college kids. lol

I am hoping that this new year will bring us good things. So far I am still culturing Cepacia & Psudomonus but I am on some inhaled antibiotics and I'm feeling great, so the doctors and mysef are not too concerned.

I would love to hear your new year "goals" if you care to share them with me. Best wishes for 2012!!!!!

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