Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Been Homeless

When we think of homeless people we think about people who are lazy, and that are on drugs, but I have noticed since I become homeless in April 2015 that most homeless people are good people that just wants to get off the street and back to living in housing with a normal life.
July 1,2015
I meet wonderful guy. He treats me so well.
July 2,2015
I'm going to use this blog to tell you story's about homeless people that I have meet and about how homeless life is treating me.
In April 2015, I became homeless under circumstances that I had no choose under. No means am I lazy or even want to be homeless. The first night staying at the Lighthouse Mission in Bellingham,Wa. I was so terrified and thought this is the worst thing that could happen to someone like me. After a few days I start making friends that I'm proud to call my family. They have my back no matter what and I'm so happy to have them, because with out them. I'm not sure How I could handle this.
This is Laura was my friend into she decided to go away from the bible and get into Witch Craft. I really loved her like a sister but when she became evil. I had to back away.
This will be the first July 4th that I will not be with family. It's kinda getting to me, because family is really important to me.
At this very moment, I'm sitting out of the Lighthouse Mission by myself and thinking. I'm 26 years old and I thought by now I would be married and have little one running around on a farm back home in Oklahoma. It never crossed my mind that I would be not married  with no kids by this age, It never crossed my mind that I would be homeless, but God has a bigger plans for me . I just don't no what the plan is yet.
July 3,2015
Today, has been very peaceful. I spent most of the day by the water watching the Geese just float around like they have no care in the world. It was hot about 85°. So I stayed out of the sun and in the shade most of the day into lunch time. Then after I eat lunch at the mission. I decided to go hang out with some of my friends at the drop in center where it's cooler, and watch Andy Griffith Show. Then about 3:30pm I when to Church on the Street another program in Bellingham, Wa that helps the homeless out. Right now, this program helps me out on Wednesday and Friday with a cold drink of juices and bus pass, sometimes with shampoo and conditioner.
I'm now checked it at the mission for the night at least I know I have a roof over my head for the night. A mat is better then sleeping on the Street. Tomorrow is the 4th of July and no busses are running because of the holiday. So most of the day I will probably be at one of the parks in walking distance.
July 4, 2015
I watched firework show off a boat and it was the most wonderful 4th of July. I ever had.
July 6,2015
Spending time with my wonderful man.
July 9, 2015
I have not had the ability to write on the blog in few days. I been spending lot of time at the Rainbow because I been feeling really depressed and wondering where my life is going and what's the purpose. Today, I spend most of the day wrapped up in a sleeping bag asleep because I been feeling so tired and I'm not really sure why.
Resources that help me
July 12,2015
It's really  old for the summer time here in Washington. It's been try to rain off and on little sprinkles for the past two days. We really need the rain it's starting to look like Oklahoma with the brown grass and burn bans everywhere.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Make sure your little one doesn’t lose his or her Easter basket with these Mickey & Friends basket tags. Just follow this fun and easy Disney printable.
Time: 10 min
What You'll Need
Hole punch
String or ribbon
How To Make It
  • 1
    Print out the Easter basket tags on regular paper or cardstock.
  • 2
    Write the name of the person who will receive the basket on the tag.
  • 3
    Cut out the tags and punch a hole over the small dark hole on the right side of the tag.
  • 4
    Thread a piece of string or ribbon through the hole and tie it to the handle of the Easter basket.

Cutting should be done by an adult.

Thumper Cutie

This little Thumper cutie will bounce right into your heart on Easter.
Time: 20 minutes
What You'll Need
Regular white paper or cardstock
Glue or double-sided tape
How To Make It
  • 1
    Print out Thumper on regular paper or cardstock and cut out all of the pieces. Cut a slit along the side of each A tab (opposite of the dashed line).
  • 2
    To put Thumper's body together, fold each dashed line away from you. Glue each A tab to the white side of the panel to its right (it will form a cone shape). Glue the end panels together by gluing tabs B to the white side of the opposite panel.
  • 3
    Tuck and glue the C tabs to the inside of Thumper's head to close off the top. Tuck and glue the D tabs to the inside of Thumper's head to close off the bottom.
  • 4
    To put Thumper's body together, fold each dashed line away from you. Glue the E tab to close his body. Slide the body inside the bottom of Thumper's head up to the grey line. Make sure Thumper's hands are in front.
  • 5
    Fold and glue Thumper's ears in half so the design is now two-sided. Use the tab at the end of the ears to glue the ears to the top of Thumper's head. Make sure the pink part of the ears is in front.
  • 6
    Fold and glue Thumper's tail in half so the design is now two-sided. Use the tab at the end of the tail to glue it to the middle part of Thumper's backside. Make sure the tail doesn't hang down lower than the backside or Thumper won't sit flat on a table.
  • 7
    Fold and glue Thumper's feet the same way you did his ears and tail. Attach the feet to either side of Thumper's body.

Cutting should be done by an adult.

While picking berries in the forest on the morning of her 16th birthday, Princess Aurora serenaded the forest songbirds. As they flitted about alongside her, her feathered friends roused other woodland creatures, including a sleepy squirrel who, in turn, scurried down a tree branch and bumped into a roosting owl. Taking an unsuspected tumble, the startled raptor landed safely right in Aurora’s basket. With a few quick folds and snips, you can transform a sheet or two of decorative scrapbook paper into a handy basket for your child to carry and fill with flowers, pine cones, and other backyard finds.
Time: 25 minutes 
What You'll Need
Scrapbook paper (one 10- by 12-inch piece and four 12- by 1-inch strips)
Glue stick

How To Make It
  • 1
    Place the larger piece of scrapbook paper on a flat surface so that the shorter ends are at the top and bottom. Measure 7 inches from the left edge and use the pencil and ruler to lightly draw a vertical line at that point. Fold the paper so that the left edge rests on the pencil line and use the ruler to sharply crease the fold.
  • 2
    Unfold the paper and repeat step 1, this time starting from the right edge. Erase the pencil lines.
  • 3
    Next, fold the top and bottom of paper 3 inches from the edge.
  • 4
    Again, unfold the paper, and snip the four corners exactly as shown.
  • 5
    Now assemble the basket by folding and gluing together the three flaps at each end.
  • 6
    For a handle, glue two of the paper strips together back to back and then glue the ends to opposite sides of the basket.
  • 7
    Use the remaining two strips to trim the top of the basket and cover the handle ends.

Monday, December 22, 2014

FREE Wreck it Ralph Movie

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3) CLICK on the GET STARTED BUTTON and choose either: choose Google Play, iTunes or VUDU and Sync your account!
4) After your movie is downloaded then it will show under My Collection Tab in your Disney Movies Anywhere account.

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