::inside my life::

I have been married for nearly a decade to a man I met at a bus stop on my way to jail... and you know, after 10 years of marriage got to say I'm glad introduced myself to him at the bus stop!

We have a 4 year old daughter, Madison who lives in the world of imagination... she mght tell you she is a zebra named Marty, or a mermaid or a fish. But to me she is my "gift from God".

We have a two year old daughter, Eden, who repeats EVERY thing her big sister says or does. She loves accessories and never likes to leave the house without a purse, tutu, tiara, cape or hat.

I run a photography business - Krista Jefferson Photography - that has been a dream come true!

I am on a journey to "be". More like Jesus and less like me.

::inside the lens::
Krista Jefferson Photography

Video Clips

::inside the minds of the FRWY::

FRWY Cohort
Adrian McFarlane
Al Baker
Carolynn Bucek
Dave Hamilton
Erin Stanley
Jaci Robinson
Jason Church
Jason Soper
Jen Kellner
Kevin Chen
Margie Goodyear
Natasha Tilley
Pernell Goodyear
Rachel Pede
Rich Robinson
Shauna-Lee Goobie

::inside the minds of friends::

Miranda Lee
Joel Martin
Jenn Mitchell
Monica Doherty
Sandra Regier
Nathan Colquhoun

::inside the minds of family::

Dave & Beth

inside my favourites
The Freeway
People Magazine
Hamilton Library
Cinema Clock
Monica Joy

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Tuesday, April 01, 2008
Walk to Remember

Today I had to walk the kids to school as the car was in the shop so Mark took the van. Because we send Madi to french imemrsion - the school is a bit further to walk to (not the school she's zoned for).

I left in a very bad mood. Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

But then something happened.

The sun came out and the world came alive.

I saw a robin red breast.

Madi showed me how she runs like a cheetah.

Eden called out "mom" and when I answered she said "not you, I'm talking to my pet panther named mom" and I laughed outloud.

Madi picked up a stick and pretended it was a magic wand and commanded the weatehr to become summer.

Eden had a screaming fight with the "stupid wind" because she hates the wind blowing in her face.

We saw a man riding a wagon pulled by a pony on Main St. in Hamilton.

Madi sang me worship songs from church.

Eden and I spotted flowers defying the neverending winter and starting to grow!

Madi told me about her day in more detail (true facts for once) than I've had in ages.

Eden picked our route as we meandered home.

My daughters held my hand.

I was reminded - life is good. Very good.

Posted at Tuesday, April 01, 2008 by Krista


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