Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Faulkner University

I had never been to Faulkner University.

I had not even heard of it until last year. This Christian college associated with the Churches of Christ is located in Montgomery, AL and was formerly Alabama Christian College. We were blessed to make the long drive over to visit the campus. It was worth it. Even if my son does not go there, I do recommend it to people.

They are a smaller Christian school located in a capital city providing many opportunities. Classes are not held on Fridays allowing students an extra day to work. After taking twelve semester hours at Faulkner, you earn a free course at Auburn University's Montgomery campus.

The people are exceedingly nice. We were provided with many blessings while we were there: a place to stay, free shirts for the prospective students, free meals, a free ticket to an on campus play. We enjoyed our visit and find it to be one of the favorite schools we've visited. I hope that others looking for a Christian education will take the time to check out Faulkner.

That I'd like to see.


I've never been to the beach in Malibu.

But if I was sick, I could go. It seems to me that there could not be many nicer locations to recover in. The scenic views of Malibu would provide a gorgeous setting in which to recover and recuperate.  SO, if being sick and stressed out just isn't for you, then perhaps you are in need of some california rehabs to take your mind off of it all.  A place where you can truly relax and just enjoy being there.

That I'd like to see.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

infant swim resource

I've never been to an Infant Swim Resource class.

This is more than just a swim lesson, this is life saving skills for young children. Kids as young as six months will learn in a one-on-one setting how to breath underwater, roll onto their back and float until assisted. They will practice this in a swim diaper as well as fully clothed. The goal of ISR is to see that NOT ONE MORE CHILD DROWNS.

That I'd like to see.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Gifts for your godmother

I've never been to the north pole.

But I hear that they have some serious gift making going on up there.  However, what has always amazed me the most about Santa's operation is not how he gets all the gifts wrapped and delivered, but rather how he decides what to get each specific child.  It is always a difficult choice for me to try and pinpoint what gift to get the recipient, whether it be my friend, sister, or godmother.  Fortunately for all of us undecided gift givers out there, there is help.  At least for our godmothers.  So if you really need a gift for godmothercheck out this link and you'll be on your way to saving the occasion, better than Santa ever could.  

That I'd like to see.