A few months ago, my husband got into blogging. He's really been a lifetime blogger of sorts, from his great story telling abilities (true and not so true) , to his radio talk shows. But now he does his own blog site. He is having so much fun with it, that he convinced me to give blogging a try. Now, I'm not nearly as entertaining as he is, but I thought it would still be fun to write down some of my life adventures on this tiny little island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. So, that said, here's me with my kids. Yep, like most moms, my kids are one of the greatest joys of my life. Meet my daughter Sarah, new daughter-in-law Regis, me, and my son Josh. Sarah is back from college, running her own business and sharing a big house with us and another housemate (Greg). I am so blessed to have her "home" with me again for a while. I enjoy her friendship, treasure our girl time and bible studies together. Josh is living in Texas with his wonderful new wife, Regis, and about 5 (I think) animals. He might think he's "noah". Josh will be out of the Air Force at the end of this year, so he and Regis are talking over their work options. I am so thankful to God for blessing Josh with Regis - she's one in a million. I miss them both very much. You've already seen the picture of my husband Harry, with me at the top of the page. And if you are reading this from Saipan, you likely know Harry from somewhere. On January 1st of this year, my son got married here on Saipan. It was a beautiful wedding at the Nikko Chapel, with a really fun reception at the Claret Room, Fiesta Resort. We invited our ballroom dance friends. This next picture is of the ballroom dance group at the wedding. Our instructor is in the center. Now that everyone is back from their summer vacations, you can likely see us all on Friday nights at Rose's for Ballroom Dance Night. Now you might wonder who is missing from this picture, hmmm - HARRY? Yep, not sure where he was, but YES, he does go to ballroom dancing with us. Shocking, huh? And I think he actually likes it, too. The other girls at dance are trying to get him to learn more than two dances. He claims his dance input card is full, but there is a group of us determined to change that thought. Well, I guess this is enough for starting a blog. I'll keep working on my site a bit, and I'll try to keep you up to date on the life of Kelli On Saipan.