Who Am I? ♥ Who I am!

Welcome to my blog! 🙂 Any questions or comments are welcome.

My life is pretty normal, so I won’t bore you for long. I have lived in Indiana all my life, but hope to move south where it is warmer someday. I am a wife and mother to three daughters. I gave birth to two, but have been blessed with my husband’s as well. I stay home right now but will look for work when the job market is more diverse.

My husband and I both love the ins and outs of computers. It is probably why we get along so well. He is a computer programmer and I have Master Certification as a Microsoft Office Specialist. I am currently studying HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Our family is blessed to have the best babies in the world (in our opinion). Molly, Lucy, Gracie Mae and Westley. Molly is a mix (mini-dachshund and mini-pinscher), the other three are mini-dachshunds.



Westley and Gracie

Published on July 3, 2010 at 4:00 pm  Comments (10)  

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  1. Disqus only provides the software, Fox establishes what gets censored, and what gets censored are ANSI/ASCII sequences, not alpha characters. For some Disqus work arounds try these: Gun = Gunn; capital I for lowercase L = BIack, MusIim, etc; lowercase L for Capital I, = lsIam; it takes awhile but its workable. What also works are some International characters. Hope this helps.

  2. WOW……I clicked your name on the Senate Rejects GOP Effort……with your advice given to do this …&…waalaa…..Thanks Patriot….too cool….GOD BLESS YOU & YOUR LOVED ONES !!!

  3. I can’t ignore this I wish some one would help me. Why is the majority of the Tea Party White?

    • I would like the answer to that question myself, only in a different way. Why aren’t more non-whites resisting bigger government’s control over Americans?

      “I am happy to join with you today in what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation.”–Martin Luther King, August 28, 1963. Washington, D.C.

      • There are those of us out there who believe in the Tea Party. Check the trailer for RunAwaySlaveMovie.com, which I do think helps to explain much. It’s hard to break from comfort zone & the security of the familiar when it’s all one has known. People of color are many times ostracized for not going with the pack, for desiring to better themselves within their respective communities; much of it I think stems from the need to belong. However, if you look at what progressivism has done since its earliest marks onto the scene, there is an elitist mentality about & it strikes me as the plantation mindset – from both sides. The minute one makes a cry of racism, they ensure their happiness is dependent upon someone else. For me, I rather like looking in the mirror to see the cause of my problems for then I also see who can “fix” them. Leaving that to someone else is a gamble I’m not willing to make. I would rather fail or succeed by my own devices.

      • RunAwaySlaveMovie.com was a very powerful trailer. I hope Americans will wake up and continue to fight for the freedoms bestowed on them by our founding fathers. Why anyone would want the “government” to replace the chains which bound them once is beyond my comprehension. I pray they will gain the courage and fight for all the freedoms for which they are entitled.

        “When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This note was a promise that all men would be guaranteed the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”.”–Martin Luther King, August 28, 1963. Washington, D.C.

  4. Dianne…fear not! There are a great many Americans who feel as you do, myself included, and there are things we can do outside the voting booth. Many grassroots organizations have formed to address this corrupt political agenda. I joined ACT for America, at our local Baltimore chapter, and we are of the mindset to take back OUR USA.
    I felt alone, and helpless, until I started mingling with others who felt the way I do.
    May the Teaparty Patriots live on…..

    • Dave, I hope you are right. The corruption and fraud in voting is what I fear the most. Go Tea Party!! Thanks for the pep talk!

  5. Hey Dianne: Nice blog! Congrats!

  6. Nice blog, Dianne! And sweet babies!

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