Kim And Kayla Woodhouse, Stories Of Faith, Perserverance And Joy.

Archive for August, 2008

Reading Contest – More Info!!!

WOW!! You guys are amazing :)

I’ve had so many people enter this contest, I need to hire a secretary just to keep up with all of you. :)

And I know you are all wanting more info. Well, I will be posting some info this next week about the incredible authors who are donating books for the prizes – and WOW do we ever have some GREAT prizes!

So, how are you doing? How many pages have you read? How many books? How’s your Bible reading coming?

My life has been really nuts lately, but thanks for sticking with me and helping me to keep chugging along!

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I Have This Friend…

Do you have friends that stick to you like glue, even when you embarrass yourself or do something stupid? I want to hear your stories.

I have a friend who loves me, and is always encouraging me that, “there is only one Kim.” (Many people are probably thinking, “Praise God, there’s only one!” Because I am a little on the crazy side.)

And I have several friends who stick with me even through my insane schedule and lack of communication. (I am SO thankful for that!)

And I have friends who started out as teaching buddies, grew into scrapbook buddies, Bible Study buddies -and then into the closest of friends – who knows how God is going to bless you with that special friend!

And I have a friend that has shared some of life’s most difficult moments. We have been through the “wringer” together.

So, I’m going to tell …

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New Website! And Discovery Health Channel Info

I don’t post here often because most everything is on my website:
www.kimberleywoodhouse.com


But I have had thousands of emails since the last ABC EMHE airing and want to make sure that everyone can find what they are looking for.

The Discovery Health Channel will be airing our Mystery ER episode on September 8, 2008. Please check your local listings for accurate times.

And if you have questions, hop on over to the website. There are a couple of ways to contact me through there, or comment here on this blog.

God Bless You and thank you for your wonderful support!…

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Chocolate Baklava, Green Beans, Reading Contests, Schedules… My Life

DISCLAIMER: This blog post may make complete sense, or no sense whatsoever. Good luck following my train of thought.

Wow – who knew that another airing of our EMHE would put my life in the spin cycle again? (Don’t answer that, I’m sure many of you predicted it.)

I’ve had thousands of emails, contacts, and phone calls. It has been amazing how many wonderful people have helped us, encouraged us, provided new cooling products to try for Kayla, and blessed us with smiles and cards — And then, how many people we’ve been able to help by encouraging them, pointing them in the right direction, or helping with medical questions and sources of information.

All of that in and of itself – made me think that there really should be about ten of me to keep up. But wait – it gets better.

I also challenged my readership to a …

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Help for AnnaSophia

I’d like to spread the word about much-needed help for little AnnaSophia. She has had her heart transplant, and some wonderful people in our area are helping out. I know what it is like to have the medical bills soar, and for a community to come together and help – and so I would like to plead with you all in the area to pass the word around and reach out to this precious family.

Local merchants, friends pitch in to help heart-transplant baby

Small business owners John Leavitt of Sports Clips and Doug Howell of Smoothie King have teamed up to help a Falcon baby born with severe heart defects. The two are hosting fundraisers in August at their businesses (details below) to benefit the Family Fund for AnnaSophia Berry.

AnnaSophia Berry was born Dec. 31, 2007 with misaligned arteries and a hole in her heart. When several open-heart …

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Another Year, Another Birthday…

So, another year has passed, and I am getting older. I don’t mind, although I often wonder where the time has gone, and why has it gone so quickly.

Anyway, my birthday is coming up and my kids have lovingly teased me about a comment my son made a couple years ago.

It was the year I turned thirty-three. We had been having a fun, together-at-home day. Late in the afternoon, my son all-of-a-sudden gasped REALLY LOUD…

“Mom!” He exclaimed.

“What, Honey?” I just knew he had thought of something sweet and profound to tell me.

And without missing a beat, he informed me, “You’re as old as Jesus was when He died!”

Let’s just say that everyone else there laughed. Hard.

I attempted to keep a straight face and looked at my loving boy, Josh. “Wow. I hadn’t thought of that. And I’m so proud of you for remembering …

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