Thursday, May 21, 2009
Logan turned 1 today. This past year seemed to fly by. It seems like yesterday that we were walking the halls of Frederick Memorial Hospital with Michelle in labor. We have been through so many changes as a family since then. The economy has fallen into a traumatic tail-spin - I am happy that my career choice has left me in a position that I haven't been laid off (knock on wood) - That being said, the cost of living has definitely not dropped :-/
Logan has brought us a lot of happiness. He acts in similar ways to how our girls acted, but then there are ways that you can tell that he is all boy. He love playing in the dirt, loves climbing and getting into things, just a rough and tumble little boy. Hard to believe that he is a year old, I am sure I will be teaching him to drive any day now...
I did a google search for some dates of interest on his Birth date:
In 2003 - R&B singer Rubben Studdard beats out pop vocalist Clay Aiken during the second season of American Idol.
In 1980 - The Star Wars movie "The Empire Strikes Back" premieres.
In 1927 - Charles Lindbergh arrives in Paris, after flying his airplane, The Spirit of St. Louis, nonstop from New York to Paris.
In 1881 - The American Red Cross is founded by Clara Barton.
Logan shares a Birthday with:
Mr T. - 1952 (funny since Logan was born with a Mohawk and still can sport that pretty awesome style)
Richard Hatch (Survivor) - 1946
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LOGAN - I Love Ya!
Monday, May 4, 2009
When you find yourself moving in the wrong direction, stop moving. How many times in your life have you recognized you are doing something wrong, but just kept doing it because stopping, or turning around, was too difficult. We have all had those moments. But the practice of simply stopping, taking an inventory of where you are and where you need to go, can often times make the difference in success or failure.