It takes a Village…

The family furiously finishing!

The family furiously finishing!

This past week we had to meet another deadline for the insurance company. We had to basically finish repairing and replacing the kitchen and laundry room damage that was caused by the flood in the kitchen sink. The OKC Water Co. had turned on our water when they repaired their meter at the street. (We had told them to leave the water off, they wrote it on the work order, but they turned it on anyway and the kitchen faucet happened to be in the opened position!) My entire family in OKC came over to help us meet our deadline. God really blessed us with a very hard working family that have many talents!

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About Moqqi

I was born in the Midwest but I have actually lived more of my life on the West Coast. I am looking forward to that day when I once again am living in the Midwest. Hopefully that will mean that I am retired and getting to live life at a bit of a slower pace! I've been married to the same guy for 36 years! We met when he was working for a semi-pro hockey team and I was selling tickets to the games. He also played hockey at an amateur and college level and I think I fell instantly in love when we went ice skating together and he saved me from crashing when someone behind me fell (I was skating backwards, he was skating forward, so we were facing each other.) and he reached out with his big, strong arms and grabbed both of my upper arms and just stopped me dead in my tracks to make sure I didn't fall over the person. My Hercules! I have two children, a son and a daughter. My son is an Registered Nurse and works in an ICU. He is married to a wonderful girl that I couldn't have hand picked better. They have produced the absolute, most cute and adorable Grandchildren that anyone could ask for! My daughter is now a Fifth Grade teacher. She has a joy and passion for teaching and loving her students that is not seen in many teachers these days. She truly found her calling. I have this blog because I thought it would be nice to have a place that I could share what is going on in our lives and I also just love to tell stories. I'm not a writer per se, but I do love a good story. Even if it's just a short little quip!
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One Response to It takes a Village…

  1. Caila says:

    Now THAT is a family I’m proud to be a part of.

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