Friday, October 29, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Look at that! I'm proud. And she was proud. She's the one who came and got me and told me to take the pictures.
And this one is for Uncle Chris (Detweiler side). All I can think about when I see this picture is "B is for Brookie, that's good enough for me."
How sweet is that?
Of course it was short lived. We picked her up when her class was over at 11:30 and I'm sure they didn't even make it an hour without fighting. But it was nice to know that in there somewhere there is a deep love for her sister.
Remember this picture from way back in March when I started this blog? I guess that's the proof right there. That picture just melts me.
I knew there was going to be separation anxiety when Brooke went off to school. I just didn't know it was going to come from the sister who was left behind.
His very first time pulling to stand by himself. We were so proud. He on the other hand could care less. He just wanted Miss Nikki's name badge to play with. What's new?
On the way home from there I happened to notice that my low tire pressure light was on.
Did you know that is what that symbol means? The first time I saw it a few years ago I didn't. I had to pull over and make sure it wasn't trying to tell me that my engine was blowing up or something.
Luckily there was a Discount Tire place right down the road so I stopped in there and they fixed it right up for me. Apparently there was a nail in one of my tires.
As a side note: Please ignore the dust all over my dash, unless you're my brother. My brother has his own car/boat detailing business. So don't you think when he sees this picture he should cancel all this appointments and head all the way out here to take care of it? Sure why not? It's only like a 20 hour drive...
I think I've mentioned this before, but seriously if you live Arizona, or if you are ever in the Lake Havasu area be sure to look him up for your car or boat detailing needs. Arizona Hydroclean
Friday, October 22, 2010
My clothes. Well the bottom of my clothes that is. The girls have really been into playing dress up with my high heels lately so I was in there trying to restore order and when I looked up I thought it looked interesting.
I know, I'm weird like that.
And I would just like to point out to my Father that yes, my clothes are color coordinated. Not only that but they go from sleeveless, to short sleeves to long sleeves.
I'm sure he's probably having a heart attack. Growing up I wasn't the cleanest of kids. I was always way to busy to bother with things like cleaning your room. He would always say to me "I can't wait to see your house when you grow up and move out!"
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
She was excited.
Outside the school's front door with Epi Pen and Benadryl in hand. I'm having a hard time putting her out there in that big scary peanut world. But I can't keep her in a bubble forever.
Ava was so exhausted from the past couple of days that she fell asleep right in the middle of eating her dinner.
Parker playing with Mrs. Cindy.
Ava's turn! She was cracking us up because she had her fingers in her ears the whole time. But she also had a smile on her face. She loved it.
Time for cake! It was a thank you cake for years of service.
Dan, Brian, Josh
This kid cracks me up. It's a little blurry because no doubt he was running by like a bolt of lightning. Little Raymond, he's so cute. Especially when he says "Yes Ma'am" to any question you ask him.
Me:"Raymond, did you have fun at school?"
Raymond: "Yes Ma'am."
Me:"Is your favorite color blue?"
And to be fair, all of Adam and Cindy's kids are just as well mannered. But Raymond says it the cutest because he still has a little baby voice.
Another hard day on the farm.
Parker is the Lady's man. Here he is with Lisa.
Or "Mrs. Wesa" in Ava's words.