Vox Hunt: Crush Song

Audio: Share a song that makes you think of your crush.
Submitted by ♥Voxy Lady M♥.

Well, I am not sure how to post an audio, so I am going to give the lyrics of a song that makes me think of my crush= my husband.

We played this song four years ago today at our wedding!!! It was burned on a random CD that our friend Jeff made for us right when we started dating. I guess he knew all along!

It speaks perfectly what we felt in our relationship and it still rings true today, and if you want a clue into how we hooked up, you can read this post.

Ed Cash’s “Marry Me”

-Verse-
I knew the moment I first saw you, our love was meant to be
It was only a matter of God’s time
My instincts said to marry you,
Patience said to wait,
But I knew to let you go would be a crime.

Well I’ve seen so many faces,
I’ve seen so many smiles
But you are the only one for me.
And I know what grace is, cause I’ve walked a million miles,
And after that my Jesus set me free.

-Chorus-
So won’t you marry me?
I’m down on my knee,
And carry me,
through the peaks and valley’s,
pray with me,
Walk with me through this life,
I’m asking you to be my wife.

-Verse-
I can’t wait to share my life with you,
I can’t wait to make love,
I can’t wait to give you all I’ve got to give.

Three way communication
And sweet compromise.
I can’t wait for God to show us how to live.
Well I’ll be with you forever, and I know you feel the same,
Ain’t no sense in getting married, any other way.

Carrie, I hear sweet music at the sound of your name,
And I hope I never have to live another day,
without you, soo

-Chorus-
So Marry Me?
I’m down on my knee,
And carry me,
through the peaks and valley’s,
pray with me,
Walk with me through this life,
I’m asking you to be my wife .

Vox Hunt: Crush Song

Audio: Share a song that makes you think of your crush.
Submitted by ♥Voxy Lady M♥.

Well, I am not sure how to post an audio, so I am going to give the lyrics of a song that makes me think of my crush= my husband.

We played this song four years ago today at our wedding!!! It was burned on a random CD that our friend Jeff made for us right when we started dating. I guess he knew all along!

It speaks perfectly what we felt in our relationship and it still rings true today, and if you want a clue into how we hooked up, you can read this post.

Ed Cash’s “Marry Me”

-Verse-
I knew the moment I first saw you, our love was meant to be
It was only a matter of God’s time
My instincts said to marry you,
Patience said to wait,
But I knew to let you go would be a crime.

Well I’ve seen so many faces,
I’ve seen so many smiles
But you are the only one for me.
And I know what grace is, cause I’ve walked a million miles,
And after that my Jesus set me free.

-Chorus-
So won’t you marry me?
I’m down on my knee,
And carry me,
through the peaks and valley’s,
pray with me,
Walk with me through this life,
I’m asking you to be my wife.

-Verse-
I can’t wait to share my life with you,
I can’t wait to make love,
I can’t wait to give you all I’ve got to give.

Three way communication
And sweet compromise.
I can’t wait for God to show us how to live.
Well I’ll be with you forever, and I know you feel the same,
Ain’t no sense in getting married, any other way.

Carrie, I hear sweet music at the sound of your name,
And I hope I never have to live another day,
without you, soo

-Chorus-
So Marry Me?
I’m down on my knee,
And carry me,
through the peaks and valley’s,
pray with me,
Walk with me through this life,
I’m asking you to be my wife .

"All By Myself"

Daniel has learned to sit up on his own. He really likes sitting up, and when he is strapped into his carseat, he continually tries to lean forward and treat it more like a chair, rather than a recliner. Although he has good control, he has not mastered the skill completely. I still put the Boppy behind him at times and if a toy gets away, he will stretch beyond his balance point to get it; you will hear a “THUMP,” followed by some crocodile tears. And, despite my extra nursing sessions and cramming of more baby food, Daniel does not have a single baby fat roll. He’s my little skinny-mini baby.

This Should Be Easy……

It should be easy, but that does not mean that it is easy!

All I need is an employment physical.

Thomas and I have decided that I will teach summer school for the month of June. It will only be 19 days of employment, and between our friends up the street and Thomas working from home a few days, childcare is covered. The pay is amazing, so we thought we would jump at the opportunity, pending I got the job. They offered it to me on the spot!! However, we waited a few days….thought and prayed about it….and then we said yes; hence, I need a physical.

We’re not talking an intense physical. For instance: Q#4= Is the person “free from serious auditory defects that would interfere with efficiency in job assignments?” (did you ask me a question?) or, perhaps even Q#5= Is the person “free from other serious physical defects that would interfere with efficiency in required job assignments?” (ummm yeah. just take a quick glance and that one should be answered) See, easy questions; it should be a breeze. However, the Dr’s office(s) had different plans.

Dr stop #1= Haul sleeping baby out of the car, into the empty waiting room. “We don’t take walk-ins. Our first sport for a new patient is in 4 months.” 4 months….are you kidding me?? The place is empty. I will jump on one foot and then your Doc. can sign my form. I need this thing by June 4th! Dejectedly haul sleeping baby back into the car.

Dr stop #2= Go to a walk-in clinic, in order to solve the “we don’t take walk-ins” problem. Also, I got a bit smarter…..I decided to sit in the car and call the office from the numbers found on the door. “Sure, we can do that! No problem.” They don’t take my insurance. Drive away.

Dr stop #3= This place takes my insurance, and it is a walk-in clinic. GREAT. Dial number on the door…..ring, ring, ring, ring, ring……closed for a long Memorial day weekend. At least sleeping baby was not hauled out of the car.

Dr stop #4= Health Department…..I can’t go wrong here. Granted, I may wait a bit, but I can handle that. I am still taking advantage of pulling up and calling from my cell. Ummmm….they won’t serve me because I have insurance! I should have just lied and said “nope, not a lick of insurance.” How ironic is that? I am responsible and have insurance and since I do, I can’t get any services.

Dr stop #5= I called the Infirmary at TTU; someone answers! Yet, they are closed. She is just “filing away the mail” and they will be in next week. The cost is only $25 bucks, insurance or not. This is a good thing. However, even though they will be working Monday, most other places will not be open and they can not run my urine test (the only question of the 5 that requires any type of knowledge or skill); I’ll have to come in on Tuesday. This is a workable situation, but if I can make it happen today, even better! It has to be done before next Friday so that I can start employment on the 4th of June, so the sooner the better.

Dr stop #6= When we lived here the first time, I had a physician, but the year that we’ve been back here, there has been no need for a doctor’s visit. BUT, by stopping here, I could avoid the “we’re not taking new patients” response. I’m already a patient.…aren’t I smart. Anyway, I have managed to let the baby sleep while I’ve phoned all the other offices. This Dr. does not have a phone # on the door, so I have to haul out the sleeping baby and go into the office. As I began to place the carrier on the floor of the office, the diaper bag slid off my shoulder and hit Daniel, thus waking him up! Wonderful. However, I can handle this because I can actually get a physical here. Oh wait….my last visit was in 04…..I have to be entered into the system as a new patient. They are not taking new patients until 3 months out.

Pissed off. Baby is awake. No physical.

So, looooong story short, I hope that I am able to get the Infirmary to work out on Tuesday, because if I don’t, no physical= no job!

Despite all this craziness, I am excited about the 19 days of work. It should be a good experience- financially and professionally.And it can tie me over on my “teaching fix” until I teach my composition class at TTU in the fall. (t/th 8am class anyone???)

(Jason……hurry up and finish school so that I can get your John Hanckock on silly little forms like this. Sarah and Brandy, do you think that they will take a Pharm D signature :o)????)

Way to Go Grad!

Thomas’s sister, Michelle, graduated from APSU on Friday @ 2 in the afternoon. Even though this was an awkward time, we wanted to be there to celebrate her 5 years of hard work; so, we made the journey.The Dunn Center where she graduated seemed to be a bit small for all the graduates and their family and friends.

That’s right, we listened to every single name that was called out, and, of course, Michelle was the next to last college to be announced (the one after hers had about 10 people in it) and she was nearly the last name in her college to be announced, being a V and all. We, including Daniel, waited patiently until our turn to yell.

After the ceremony concluded, we made our way outside for some more pics. This one is of my in-laws (Daniel was very impressed with his “Grandpa Tom’s” tie. It spent a great deal of time in Daniel’s mouth):

Michelle decorated her mortarboard in extreme fashion.

Daniel thought everything about her hat was neat, especially the tassel.

Being that he is teething, his favorite thing to do, for better or for worse, is to figure out ways to get something into his mouth. Bound and determined (like his mommy), Daniel kept working until he got the tassel :o)

And that made him very happy!

Way to go Michelle! We are so happy for you! And if you know of a job for someone with a degree in biology, Michelle is the gal for you!

And to close this post, I offer you two more pics of my favorite men in the entire world (note: Thomas took the one of him. I am not sure what he is attempting to do, but I found it cute)