Here is a video that I know you’ll love. The video says it all - allow yourself to shed a few tears… it’s ok to feel proud of him.
Archive for February, 2009
A great time management principal is to spend 80% of our time doing those things that are “Important but not Urgent”. Planning & Goal setting by the way, both fit into this category.
Preparation before a strike is vital. When devastation like our current Victorian bushfires occur, people are very aware of what could have been avoided with some careful planning and foresight.
For our overseas friends, here’s a recent news update;
Burn-off operations are standard procedure in most country areas to minimize the impact of bushfires when they do strike. Sadly for our friends in Victoria, not enough recent attention was paid to planning.
Of course no-one knows when an event like this is going to threaten us, and so we are blasé most of the time, taking each day as it comes. While my prayers go out to those involved in the recent tragedy, I challenge you to take a moment to think about how you’ve been planning lately.
Have you been too busy with the “Urgent – somewhat Unimportant” tasks to stop and do some serious planning? If you don’t make plans for your future… Who will???
Chanelle’s mucus test results have come in yesterday as “Negative” for Whooping Cough. Thank God we are allowed out of the house again!
We are now all more aware of our (and our kids) immune system health and are eating better and exercising more than last week. Funny how quickly we can change with a scare…
What should you be changing TODAY about the way you live, before you’re forced to???
Thursday night was a little frightening… My little girl’s cough changed suddenly and dramatically… She was gasping for air and sounded really restricted in her breath.
I rushed her into the hospital and had her checked out. With all the Whooping Cough scares that have been around the place of late, I couldn’t take any chances.
Tears came to my eyes as the doctor put a name tag around her tiny ankle and said they would like to keep her overnight to watch her.
A drip was put in her little hand and an oxygen monitor on her foot. They took some blood and a mucus samples, and we had a restless overnight stay in the hospital. It was really strange and quite a shock, the only time I’ve ever stayed in hospital was to have babies!
Now we’re at home awaiting test results, and news that we can once again socialize. I’ll keep you updated…
Go ahead… Watch this video daily and be amazed at the changes you experience in your life. Infact, please let me know how you go!