Thursday, March 30, 2006

I Have a Job!!!

Yes, it's true. After patiently waiting, and waiting, and waiting, and waiting, I have a job! I am working full-time for the Livingstone Corporation (my dad's company) as Assistant Project Manager. I'm so excited for the position and I officially start on Monday. However, I am going into the office tomorrow to get things set up, etc.

God has been so faithful and I have been so blessed. I'm thankful that I have the opportunity to work with this company and it has come in God's perfect timing. As some of you know, I have been working on several projects for Livingstone over the past few months to help pay bills, etc. Through all of that work, it has made me realize more and more how much I want to work with Livingstone. In those four months, I believe that God was preparing me for this position, so that I could enter knowing it is something I enjoy and a place I desire to work.

Thank you all for your prayers and thanks be to God! I'll try to keep you all updated.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Arizona pics!

As promised, here are some picture from Arizona and the World Baseball Classic game.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Baseball and Arizona

This past weekend (Thursday - Sunday), I got to spend the weekend in sunny Phoenix, AZ to watch some baseball -- except, it wasn't that sunny. Walter and I traveled to AZ where we met up with our friends, the Romers. Keith Romer is the Assistant Coach of the Wheaton College baseball team and he and the fam were down there with the team. I stayed with Jess and the kids in one room and Walter and Keith shared another.

On Thursday, we got to watch Wheaton baseball beat Concordia College 22-4. The weather was perfect. On Friday, we headed to the World Baseball Classic game with the USA playing South Africa. USA won 17-0 and the game was called after the 5th inning by mercy rule. It was slightly cooler, but incredibly windy! Walter and I had tickets to the Cubs spring training game against the Kansas City Royals on Saturday, but the game got rained out. The Phoenix area had gone 143 days without rain and it decided to rain ALL DAY when we were supposed to go to the Cubs game. Go figure! (Reminds me of my Spring Break in AZ my Senior year of high school). It was a bummer the game got rained out, but we had a wonderful time anyway.

It was great to spend time with Walter and hang out with Keith, Jess, and the kids. What a treat! I'm quite the lucky girl. I'll attach some pictures later!