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Saturday, December 23, 2006

Famous Movie Lines

Just me being stupid one night...made a weird impromptu movie about famous movie (but really not-so-famous) lines from the Brady Bunch, Little Women, Over the Hegde, and The Sound of Music.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Yay for Christmas Break!

Christmas break is finally here...and it certainly hasn't been boring so far. We've had time to catch up on sleep and have been keeping busy with Christmas shopping, work and just having fun. TJ is working security some nights and doing a bit of office work during the day...I'm mostly doing office work and house work. It's so nice to have more time to work on things at home...and since school let out I have successfuly given myself several 2nd degree burns and accidentaly turned my hair yellowish while highlighting it (grrrr...it's never been this yellow before).

God is good. I pray none of us forget Him in this very special season.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Thanksgiving with Grammie

Monday, November 13, 2006

Just a few Pictures

Friday, November 10, 2006

...post # 151...

Life has been busy. We've been busy in the extension office and tackling school and preparing for my recital and enjoying married life. :) The Lord is good. TJ has been working away on a movie project he intends to shoot next weekend, so that has kept him busy as well. And I've been busy with this recital coming up on December 1...it's been a good experience and I have a great cast, but I am looking forward to being done with it.

Friday, October 27, 2006

...Artist Series...

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

So sorry about the lack of updates...I actually update my xanga much more than I do blogger. The address there is: xanga.com/white_chamorro.

Friday, September 22, 2006

...back in the blogging world...

Just a quick update (soooo sorry it's been so long). We are alive and well at NBBC - working away in the extension office and taking some classes. We are team leaders of the Pioneer Evangelistic Team (going to Chetek this weekend) and having a good time with our team members. Thank you for praying for us...the Lord has been very good and is faithfully providing for us and giving us strength as we face this busy time in our lives.

I'll hopefully post more pictures and a more thorough update soon. Love you guys!

Friday, August 18, 2006

This is a fun photo of TJ and his good friend John (who will, Lord willing, be coming to NBBC next semester) next to Arnold.

If you're interested in some of the lovely details of yesterday when I got to be with him after they touched down, here's some of the story:

I got there 2 hours early and set up a chair right in front of the rope that separated us from the plane our soldiers would be on. Reporters were everywhere and people slowly started filling up the space we were given.

The wait was long. Over the next 2 hours random things kept us occupied: Some people behind me started a poker game, a proud father set up a chair next to mine and told me how he would blow his duck call loud so his son could find him, some business gave us all free ice cream while a military band played songs randomly, and I had fun chatting with a friendly grandmother of one of the soldiers with me during our wait.

The weather kept getting colder. I felt bad because I knew the soldiers were going to be freezing once they got off the plane.

Finally we saw the aircraft and everyone started to go crazy. Emotions were uncontrollable. It landed...then took forever for them to let the soldiers off. They couldn't come see us right away because they had to turn in their weapons first. Finally small groups of them were released to see their families...they would walk toward us through darkness until the lights showed us their faces...then you'd hear random screams from the crowd for soldiers people knew. After 45 minutes of desperately searching the soldiers faces to find TJ's, I spotted him. The next hour was one of the sweetest hours of my life. I can't even describe how relieved I felt to be back in his arms again.

After about and hour of happy reunions they were loaded up in busses to go finish debriefing, but they will be back with us soon. Thank God for bringing my wonderful husband home safe! I love you, TJ.