Sunday, July 27, 2014

Home from RollerCon

Wow, what a week! I can't believe how quick time flies when you are learning so much. I was so busy, I didn't take many pictures. Boo.

I took a doTerra essential oils class. I received some great free samples and learned many new things.

A blurry shot of the class registration line on day one.

Here is me this morning. We decided since we had to catch the shuttle at 5 am, we should just stay up. There was a fun pool party almost all night long. And we had to pack. 

Our flight home was quite the adventure. It's the first time I have even been in an airplane that had to turn around and land because of engine issues. We waited around in the airport for another plane and were five hours late coming home. But so thankful we made it!

Friday, July 25, 2014

Hello again!

It's been a long time.  I decided to come back to blogging, give you an update on what's new, and journal my journey.

I am still playing roller derby.  I just finished my second season as a skater, and my husband is a referee for the same league.  Right now we are currently in Las Vegas for RollerCon 2014.  We got here early on Tuesday and it's been go, go, go ever since.  I am enjoying a quiet morning in the hotel room, since we were up so late last night.  I am learning a lot and having fun!  The kids are at home with Grandma, and they seem to be doing well.

I am working part-time at a pregnancy clinic.  It's been great, but I seem to be having a hard time juggling everything at once.  I also am working on my art business, White Rabbit Arts.  I have sold several paintings this year, and am setting up a booth to sell art and crafts on Aug. 2-3rd.  I have a lot to do the week I get home from Vegas!

The kids are doing ok.  L. will be a senior this year! I can't believe it.  C. is going to be a sophomore, K, a fifth grader, E. a third grader, and S. a first grader.  I hope life will get a little easier, now that three kids are all at the same school.  E. has been going to therapy/counseling for attachment.  We found a wonderful local woman who understands attachment issues, having been adopted and gone through it herself.  She is great!