Happy Birthday & Thank You, Chelsea Leigh Rumsey!!!!!!!!!!!!

On this date, back in 1990, the good Lord allowed me to begin the most rewarding role I have ever had in life….. Uncle.

Early in the afternoon of May 8th, 1990, Chelsea Leigh Rumsey entered the world and turned our families hearts upside down.  With her first breath, she had us all wrapped around her finger.

For the last 28 years she has taken life by the horns and gone for a wild ride.  It hasn’t always been perfect, but whose life is, what is important is Chelsea has relied on her family and trust in God to make it through the good times as much as the difficult ones.

Chelsea is a strong, sensitive, cuss like a sailor, business woman, tomboy, make-up loving, jewelry wearing, fashionable, creative, family loving, smiling, Jeep driving, never give up lady and as she has grown, she has been a wonderful niece and now I am honored to say one of my best friends.

Four years ago, Chelsea brought another joy into our lives when she became a mom to Hadley Rae, I have watched her grow as a mom and look forward to seeing her in her next role as wife.

Chelsea, my advice for you today, on your birthday, is the same as it has always been, DREAM BIG, don’t ever let anyone or anything stop you from realizing your dreams.

I wish you a lifetime of joy and know you will continue to find your resting place with God and family.

Happy Birthday sweet girl and thank you for giving me the title I cherish above all others, Uncle.

Sunday Playlist… Who You Say I Am performed by Hillsong Music

Life’s Playlist… Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken by Pink

Life’s Playlist…. Go Rest High On That Mountain by Vince Gill

 

 

Life’s Playlist… Three Times a Lady by Lionel Richie

As I write this on Monday night, Former First Lady Barbara Bush’s health is failing, she is surrounded by those she loves and as reported by her family “her spirit and grace is strong.”

Barbara Bush served our country in many ways and her love for the United States has always been obvious.

Never glamorous, never showy, but always a class act.

Barbara Bush could be described as America’s grandmother, she and her family have my prayers during this difficult time.

Thank you Mrs. Bush, you have served your nation well.