Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Long overdue update

I am terrible at keeping up with this blog. Life keeps getting in the way. So here are the latest updates, finally.

I am going back to school, this time I'm following what I want to do instead of what others want me to do. I'm not taking accounting courses, I'm pretty much done with being a bookkeeper. I'm tired of people who have hired me or the company I work for to keep their books getting mad or not listening to what I have to say about their spending habits. These are companies that I had kept books for, and they didn't like what I was telling them about how they spend their money and what they could do to lessen their debt and make their business successful. Anyways, I'm done with that. I will be going to the Southwest Institute for Healing Arts. I am going after an Associates degree in Mind/Body Transformational Psychology. The main topics I will be mastering are Life Coaching, Hypnotherapy, and Chinese Shamanism. I will be starting on the 22nd of this month. I am so excited. I will graduate in April 2010.

Talena has moved to nice home. She is scheduled for a c-section on the 20th of this month. She has started home schooling the girls, Gynesis really likes learning, Lavieya likes part of it. Lavieya is still a little young to actually be in school, so Talena is preparing the way for learning to happen with her. Gynesis is doing really well.

Gregory is in Iraq. He is doing good. He can't really tell me anything else. The best way to contact him is through e-mail messages. I know he would appriciate e-mails from everyone, it may take a few days to answer back. He is scheduled to come home as soon as early March or April. We won't know the exact date until it gets closer to time for him to come home. He did get a promotion to Corpral.

Kyle is doing good. He has his own place in California. He will be going to Iraq in the spring. The good thing about his going is that he is a CB. They don't send in the construction crew if what they will be building is in danger of being blown up right away. He is an E-4, which I believe is a Petty Officer. I will have to ask him if that is right.

As for Jerry and I, that's a little more difficult. I'm not sure what to say about this. We are still talking and are still friendly. It is really weird. That's all I'm willing to say here.

Anyways, that's a quick update. More later.

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