Sorry to leave you all 2 of you hanging=)
and NO I'm not pregnant!!!!
Even though my hubby would not want me to do so being the humble and easily embarrassed person he is, (he doesn't like when I mention the "d" word - doctor) I cannot embark on my Italy posts until I give him a little shout out for becoming a doctor on May 17, 2009.
Congrats Trey, I love you so much and am so very proud to be your wife! (I didn't have a working computer at the time, so that's why this is soooo belated)
Trey told somebody he was going to be an anesthesiologist in elementary school or something crazy like that. (His parents actually remember him saying it.) At the time he didn't even know what an anesthesiologist was, (I still can't even say it hardly)but I believe that is when God put it in his heart to help people by becoming a doctor. Since then he has been working his bootay off in school. When I started dating Trey, I knew he wanted to be a doctor (score - This guy is cute and smart!) Little did I know what I was getting myself into... Medical school is a long, slow, expensive roller coaster with many highs and lows. Trey has taken it all in stride though, and I rarely if ever heard him complain about anything. (I took care of most of the complaining) Truly, we are both very thankful for the opportunity that he has been given and know that we have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to complain about! God is always with us and has carried us through every step of this journey so far. Trey will be the first to tell you that he didn't get into med school, God got him in and then God continued to guide him through the whole process. We have a Heavenly Father who has made each of us to fulfill a specific purpose. I am thankful that Trey is one step closer to fulfilling that purpose.
I can't wait to see how God will use our family and skills to further His Kingdom!