Friends


I believe this statement!  Most of my friends, 3 in particular I consider so close they could be cosidered family in my eyes.  So a shout out to:
  • Shari, my "sister" whom I've known since I was 10 - we met in Germany and our friendship/kinship was forged from that moment on.  She now lives in San Antonio with her family.

  • Sherice, my best friend, whom I've known since 1997 - we met while training for our new job in customer service at Rittal Corp.  I stayed but she decided to go back to school and pusue a degree in another field.  Our friendship was planted at that time and now is deeply rooted and it has been blossoming ever since as our families have grown since meeting (She and I were both childless when we met but we now have 3 beautiful children each).  She is my rock whenever I need Godly wisdom, a shoulder to cry on when I'm hurting, or just a friendly face to be with when we meet for a cup of Cold Stone Creamery Ice Cream!

  • Sarah, my close friend whom I affectionately refer to as the other half of my brain, I've only known for about 2 years.  We met each other via a wonderful website http://www.econobusters.com/ and found out that we are local to each other.  We hit it off immediately because we are so similar in the way we live our lives.  It truly feels like I've known her all my life (thus the reason for her being "the other half of my brain").  I am honored to call her my friend and would love for you to check out her blog:  http://homeschoolblogger.com/ohiosarah/ - she does TONS of reviews for homeschool curriculum and other books.  You will want to definitely check her site out!  While there be sure to join her Google Friend Connect!