Sunday, March 23, 2008

Senior lifeskills class

Okay, so I was proposed to. But, don't get is for my Senior lifeskills class. Every year the Seniors have to pretend they are getting married to someone else, and we study about marriage. Right now we are in the engaged stage. Everybody had their own engagement story. Mine was pretty good, although I expect a lot more when the real thing happens. I was working in the business office, and a fellow classmate came in to pay for their graduation cap and gown. Then,after that was done there was some realy silence. I knew something was going to happen."Will you Marry me?, he asked. I said yes, it was kind of awkward. He also gave me a beautiful bouquet of flowers, and a vase to go with it.This person has been a close friend of mine, but nothing more than a friend. I am happy to say I have made it through high school without a boyfriend, and I think that is a real accomplishment. I'm saving my time and energy for the one who I will marry, not for someone who I know I would soon break up with with. High school, in my opinion is not a good time to date. It is good time for friendships.The reasons, I didn't date was because I was focused on getting good grades in my classes, and there is a lot of immaturity in academy, and not everybody holds the same values and standards that I have. Some of my friends who have dated and broken up with their boy friends, now carry guilt and hurt from their relationships. They said," Now I have lost my best friend." I know I am not ready to get married now, I need 4 or 5 more years.I am looking forward to my real wedding day, when I will marry the right person that God brings into my life. May you have a blessed week!

Saturday, March 08, 2008


I have a lot of updating to do, it's been too long! Here is a picture of me before I endeavored to go snow skiing with my friends

When I returned it was Aaron's birthday weekend .His birthday is February 1.Happy Birthday Aaron! God has blessed him with 25 years of life.

On a different note we got 2 inches of snow today, it actually snowed last night. We woke up and were unable to go to church because the roads were icy. We watched 3ABN and saw the Sacramento church Sabbath school, and a rerun of ASI in 2005. Tomorrow I plan on sledding on our backyard hill. I used to do it a lot when I was younger. We would get snow more often too. So I am excited about that. Just to refresh some old memories here is Stephen sledding down our side hill.

The four McNulty children went sledding one day.
(Left to right:Aaron, Norman, Stephen, and April)
And graduation is coming in 2 and a half months! Yay! I am ready for a change but at the same time I am a little nervous transitioning into college. Please pray for me as I set to accomplish some tasks before I graduate!
Edited: I didn't get to go sledding, the snow melted Sunday morning.