Tuesday, August 26, 2008

8 years already!

8 years ago today, I married the love of my life! And what a journey we've been on ever since. So much has changed since that day in August 8 years ago, but one thing that hasn't is how much I love him. He's a great husband, father, and friend. You should see how our boys adore him. They always come running when he walks in the door. And you can see how much he loves them. They're always playing and wrestling, and he's always teaching them and showing them new things. I have been so blessed in my life and I thank God for the family He has given me.

Thank you Jeff, for always standing by me, for providing for us so I can stay home with our boys, and for always loving me, no matter what. Happy Anniversary! I hope we have many many more years together. I love you!

Monday, August 18, 2008

It's a Boy!!!

Welcome baby Mitchell!
Congratulations Steven and Tiffany, Jordan and Tennyson.
He is such an adorable and wonderful addition to your family!
We wish you all the best and many many blessings!

Love you lots!

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Summer Travels

Where to start. The last couple of weeks have been busy for us. 2 weeks ago today, my husband and I ventured out to Florida to pick up our new truck. We had a good trip, but a tiring trip. In four days we drove over 2000 miles. Needless to say, we didn't have a whole lot of time for sight-seeing. Just whatever we could see from our truck. Here are some of the things we saw while we were away!

Dinosaur in the Chicago Airport

Gulf of Mexico

Some boats and water

Mountains, small ones

Nashville, Tennessee
I've always wanted to go to Nashville. I just wish we would have had more time so we could stop and see things. Oh well, next time.

A Bed and Breakfast. We did not stay here, I just thought it was pretty.

Let me explain. There was a sign that said "Mississippi River". I aimed my camera ready to take a picture, and this was what we saw. I was, as you could imagine, a little disappointed at it's size.

We drove a little further. This is the real Mississippi.

Not much more to see after this. It starts to look a lot like home. Some hills. But you all know what a hill looks like.

After we returned from Florida, we had to get ready and leave for Moose Jaw the very next day. So, we spent about 12 hours at home and off we went again. I'll leave the details of our Moose Jaw trip for the next post.