Monday, October 29, 2007

Race for the Cure!

Rebecca, Savanna, John, me

Corey, Sam, and Sis. Joy

Natalie, Emily, Adam

Sis. Carol (Survivor!) & Mom

Group Photo Numero Uno

Group Photo Numero Dos

We had not yet walked one mile, but we topped a small hill in Birmingham, and the view was incredible. We were towards the back of the group, and you could see thousands of people in front of us.

Blaire, Sis. Lauretta, Sis. Sharon

Dad and Mom

We had a great time walking the streets of Birmingham for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in honor of dear friends who have and are battling breast cancer. It was so encouraging to see all of the people whose lives have been touched by breast cancer come out and support such a wonderful cause, united together in hope. This year we were walking especially for Sister Lynn B. over at The Beehive. Notice the shirts! :-)

We're already looking forward to next year's race, and are hoping to make this an annual event. Hope to see you there!

My new favorite

Lord I Believe

Lord, I believe thy power I own
Thy word I would obey
I wander comfortless and lone
when from thy truth i stray

Lord I believe but gloomy fears
sometimes be dim my sight
I look to thee with prayers and tears
and cry for strength and light.

Lord I believe but oft I know
My faith is cold and weak
My weakness strengthen and bestow
the confidence I seek

Yes, I believe and only Thou
Canst give my soul relief
Lord, to thy truth my spirit bow
Help thou my unbelief

Thursday, October 25, 2007


So these pictures are a couple of months old but I'm a little behind right now so maybe you could excuse that..please. I finally graduated from Auburn and never have been more proud to be an Auburn woman.
Wittel Women: Bridget, Catie Anne, and Kitch

Got to one CRAZY thing before leaving college, so steal a bike. Or at least THINK about it?
Legend has it that if you step on the Auburn seal, you don't graduate, you don't get married, have kids, your kids don't go to Auburn (horrible I tell ya).
And of course, the infamous Auburn graduation pose. This one is for the parent's of course.