Thanks, Kelly of Kelly’s Korner Blog, for giving us the chance to show off our singles!
Meet Betsy! She is my younger sister of 36 years and my best friend (for almost as long). Not only is she a knock-out, but she shines from the inside with her love for Christ!
Betsy is a Baylor Grad and taught high school Speech and Debate in the DFW area. She then earned her Master’s degree in school counseling and took a job as an elementary school counselor in the Tyler area. She’s been living and working there since June of last year.
Betsy’s social life is filled with friends, family and service to others. She was actively involved in her church’s music and singles ministries in DFW and is searching for a church home where she can serve in those areas again.
She grew up in a loving, christian home surrounded by a family who set the example of loving and serving Christ.
Betsy also likes to travel, go to movies, play board games, cook, craft, decorate and in general be very fabulous!
Beau’s Spring Musical 2012, Up front video from the side.
These are some photos taken in the Diamond Creek subdivision in Forney. The worst of the damage occurred approximately 0.6 miles from our house. It gives me chills to think how close the tornado came to us. We are truly blessed and are prayerfully lifting up our neighbors who are struggling to rebuild their lives and homes.
Since Beau has been in “school” and had Valentine’s Day parties, I’ve made it my mission to avoid the stereotypical store-bought Valentines for him to give out to his classmates. So far, he’s had two parties and so far I’ve managed to come up with hand-made cards twice! Last year I made them with my MemoryMixer program and this year……..well, you’ll see. So far, so good.
I saw this idea in a card maker email….to give each child a non-colored Valentine with a baggy of new crayons attached so they can color their own card. I took it a step farther and made heart-shaped, recycled crayons to go with Beau’s.