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Falling into October

Transition may be the most exhausting process in the journey of this adventure we call life. I would never have imagined that I’m just under 2 weeks into October and honestly am not sure were the last 6 weeks went. I am truly tired, but as I spent time talking with a dear friend at lunch yesterday about my near future my hope rose up and pushed me through the rest of the day…and the Chicken Pesto Gyro from Tizikis helped too! Mmmhhhmmm!

I have been in a season of transition from June 1st, 2010. The day is etched into my memory. I resigned from a job at Mercy Ministries with no idea of what I was going to do next. And I sure do mean no idea. I so vividly remember the looks I got from people when I responded to their “what’s next?” question with the very humbling answer of “I have not a clue.” In an economical down time it didn’t make sense for me to leave a job where I was getting a paycheck every two weeks. I knew in my heart that it was time to leave and that the Lord was going to p…

Mia E Maciuk

Well, it's only fitting that my next blog entry would be about my newest niece. Sorry that it's taken me a year to update, but there's no recovering that year's worth at this point. I'll try to pick it back up again from here on out...

Our hearts got a little bigger on September 14th, 2011!
We welcomed Mia Elecia Maciuk into the world. She was born at 7:17pm.
She weighed in at 6lbs 10oz and was 19 3/4 long. She is healthy and quite perfect...although, yes, I'm biased. Her big sister, Savannah, who just turned 2 is head over heels about Mia. She gives her lots of sugar and is quite helpful. It's amazing how you don't think you can love another niece as much, but with each one your heart grows a little bigger and makes room. Take a look at how beautiful she is!

Also, on September 14th my precious niece Everleigh came to live with us...oh and so did her parents! My cup runneth over!

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