So, I assume if you are here you want to know alittle more about me. Well then, lets see... My name is Nancy, I am 35 years old. I am married and have two teenage children. My son is 16 (17 in March) and my daughter is 14 (15 in March).My son is into playing the guitar  above everything else right now. Tomorrow who knows? My daughter plays basketball and plays the piano. She has only been taking lessons about 9 months but she is doing great. She was able to play 3 specials for our Christmas Program at church last week.
      We are owned by two cats who are wonderful. Brandy is 6 and Tuffy is 4.They are lots easier to get alomg with than the teenagers.
   I work full time  for a major poultry company in Arkansas. I do DOT Compliance among other things.
   My husband is disabled. He has a disease called Addison's Disease that affects the adrenal glands. The treatment for Addison's is replacement steriods which unforttunately are really hard on the bones. He has had to have a total hip replacement and is looking at the other hip and both shoulders in the near future.
    I am a member of a small Assembly of God church  (average about 200 on a good Sunday morning). I lead the Ladies Bible Study on Sunday evenings and have Childrens Church about every other quarter. I am also a fill in Sunday School teacher for the Young Adults class and the 4& 5 year olds.I print the weekly bulletin and do the bulletin board in the entry hall so I am always looking for new ideals.
   I believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God , that He can to Earth  as a babe, that He was crucified , and that He rose on the third day. I believe in the power of prayer. I believe in the baptism of the Holy Ghost,.
   Well that is probably more than you ever wanted to know, but I never did now when to hush.
UPDATE: Since I last put this history togather my life has changed drastically. I had a major heart attack last August. I had to have a triple bypass, The surgeon said that all of my arteries should have been bypassed but the remaining ones where so small and damaged he was afraid to try anything with then. Since that time I have had terrible angia,which usually results in my staying in the hospital about one week every mionth.
However, hope is on the horizon. I am preparing to undergo a surgery where they use a laser to make holes in your heart to allow for adequate blood flow to the damaged area.I am trying to stay optimistic and believe that this will fix me up. However, at the same time they are planning this operation, they are also placing me on a heart donor list.

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