Wednesday, January 27, 2010


Well... I don't really know what to write about except what happened today. Driver's Ed and Algebra 2. I am really actually enjoying it. My teacher is a Christian man who prays before each class and is very technologically impaired, which is quite funny since all of our notes and movies are on an older laptop computer. Today he couldn't get it to work and we as a class wondered if the computer had been hacked into. :) Algebra! Oh how much easier it is than geometry! Equations like -2(-3+7to the zero power) - l(-2 -3)l and so on... how cool!!!! Tonight we just have youth group and KidsJam at church, so that should be fun... Ah, Life. God is good! Kaye

Friday, January 15, 2010

Pray for Haiti

Hey there... I don't know if you've heard or not, on Tuesday (the 12th), Haiti was struck by a record-blowing 7.0 earthquake. Haiti is already the poorest country in this hemisphere, and they are many times struck with hurricanes. My dad led a trip down to Haiti through our church a two years ago to help out in an orphanage, God's Littlest Angels. They got to go down and work with the kids, meet the founders, and really connect with a lot of people. When we got the news of the earthquake, we were shocked. All we could think of was all the kids in the orphanage down there, and if they had sustained major damage to the property, or worse. That night, on BBC, Dixie Bickel, one of the founders, called in and was on TV reporting on the situation in Haiti. She was also interviewed the next day on Good Morning America. (I'm sure you could find either of these interviews online if you would like to see them). The orphanage is alright and they don't have any major damage to the building. However, the country of Haiti is now in even worse condition than it was before. The casualty rates are astonishing. Right now, the country of Haiti needs prayer. Please pray that those affected by the earthquake would know that God is in control and for peace of mind and heart. Pray for the orphanage, that they would be able to get the food and water that they need to keep running. Pray that those who are called to give in this crisis would be led to, and pray that Haiti, in the midst of all this chaos, find comfort in Jesus Christ. Thank you so much for your prayers. Kaye A. Silver

Thursday, January 7, 2010

My Family~

These are two of my all time favorite pictures that we have in our house. Both are pictures of my family and I love it! Each side is so much fun and so unique. I love that I have two grandmas that sew, cook, and like to talk to me. I am blessed to have grandpas that care about what's going on in my daily life (and enjoy my cookies ;D ) I am so grateful to have aunts and uncles who are easy to talk to and are so much fun!! I love love love all my crazy cousins. Then there's my immediate family- Daddy, Mom, L, M, and R. They are easy to talk to, fun to be with, exciting, loud, funny and I am so blessed!!!!!! Kaye