Our family of ten, with another one on the way in less than two weeks, has been serving as missionaries in Ukraine for almost two years. Many times while in Ukraine we talked about missing Chick-fil-A...the food and the sincere hospitality.
We returned home from our time of serving on an extremely strict budget since Dad doesn't officially start work again until September. Yesterday, we heard... read more >
On July 7, 2014 my daughter was married. We wanted to have Chick-fil-A cater her wedding, but of course they are not open on Sunday so that was out. When we found these fans at the Chick-fil-A in Gainesville, Florida we knew exactly how to incorporate our favorite cows into the wedding! We were kindly given 30 fans and took them home and made half of them bride cows with veils and rhinestone neckl... read more >
Chick-fil-A has provided so many celebration moments for us! Christie, my daughter with the blue shirt on, had Ewing's Sarcoma twice in her lifetime. The first time was when she was 12. During each of her battles with this rare pediatric cancer, we would celebrate each positive moment with Chick-fil-A! We loved to celebrate there because we knew the organization tried to glorify God and your f... read more >
We were planning a family party in my hometown for my middle son's third birthday this year. But we wanted to also celebrate with his local friends. So I told him we could have a birthday lunch with his friends at any place he would like. Where did he pick? Chick-fil-A! So we invited a few friends for lunch at our favorite, Chick-fil-A Westpoint Village in New Braunfels, TX. And I am so glad we di... read more >
Once upon a time...
We moved to South Carolina 10 years ago, and we met a wonderful dog at a friend's house. His name was Gabriel and he was a beautiful 1 year old Golden Retriever.
He had his own little black and white cow (from Chick-fil-A) that went everywhere with him. He carried it in his mouth and if you saw him without it, all you had to say was "Where's your baby?" or "Where's your co... read more >
My son Simon was in a serious car accident on Feb. 9, 2014, and was rushed to USC Trauma Center in Los Angeles. For three weeks he lay in ICU hooked up to respirators, and my husband and I would visit him every day for 17 hours a day. He was critically injured and our lives, as we knew it, had forever changed. He battled infections, endured broken bones, fractures to his face and sturnum, broken r... read more >
The past few days had been a very dark time for me. On Monday, I received confirmation that unfortunately, my suspicions were true - I'd had a miscarriage over the weekend. We made it through Monday and Tuesday, and on Wednesday, I was very down emotionally, crying over seemingly insignificant things. My husband volunteered to feed and bathe our two children and put them to bed so I could get out ... read more >
While I was serving in the Navy, I had a grand-mal seizure in 2011 and was shortly after diagnosed with epilepsy (seizure disorder). Since then I've had quite a few grand-mal seizures and countless smaller(complex partial, absence, etc.) seizures with each seizure possibly causing the deterioration of cognitive, memory, and social skills. The limitations led to a medical discharge and in the care... read more >