Friday, August 22, 2008
Oh, it was so hard to come home on Saturday!
Below are some things I have been meaning to put on this week but just haven’t found a lot of spare time! This probably won’t make a lot of sense but I wanted to get these pictures added.
On Wednesday it was raining so we went to the Navy Air Museum in Pensacola, Florida. There were many airplanes, displays, and flight simulators. The Blue Angels fly and train out of the Pensacola Navy Base. They would have been flying on Wednesday but the weather was too bad.
Parker proved to be a pretty good pilot….
And so did Luke….
And as you can see Rylee REALLY loved it…..
After the museum we went to The Track where they have miniature golf, rides, go-carts, and a video arcade – just what Luke ordered!
Even Rylee got to drive a go cart – they put this sign out just for her. The go cart tracks got progressively bigger and faster with the largest being a huge wooden track. Rylee and Luke were not allowed to drive these – THANK GOODNESS!!!
Thursday and Friday were beautiful beach days and we spent the whole day just enjoying the sand, beach, and sunshine.
Until next year......
Posted by Sandy at 8:34 PM
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Posted by Sandy at 10:16 PM
It is a good thing I just had a great week. Got home tonight to a broken air conditioner! Needless to say, it was a lot cooler outside than inside.......
Posted by Sandy at 10:14 PM
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Just wanted to post a few pictures. Will write more later. We are having more rain than we usually do but enjoying it still. The surf is high today with high winds – we may have to do something indoors for a while.
Parker LOVES the waves and sand!
Luke and Rylee getting ready to go crabbing on the beach - they brought back a bucket full and then let them go!
Posted by Sandy at 11:10 AM
Saturday, August 2, 2008
I guess by now everyone knows how we love and celebrate birthdays. They are important to us because that is the one day every year that we feel is our day and secretly expect to be treated special. Everyone is my family does feel special on their day just because we all feel so loved by our friends and family and are so glad they want to spend that day with us.
Luke and two of his friends, Hunter and Whitt, were treated to a Redbirds baseball game in Memphis for Luke���s 9th birthday on July 28. During the game the Redbirds shortstop threw Luke a ball as he was coming back to the dugout ��� he loved that! We all ate until we were sick, sat in the terrible heat, and cheered the Redbirds on for about 6 innings. It was all we could stand since the first two innings took an hour and a half and we were exhausted.
Whitt gave Rylee a little stuffed animal that he won while we were there (they have games for kids to play at the baseball park) and I looked at the tag on it and it said ���Not for use by INFANTS or CHILDREN.��� Okay���. Am I the only one that thinks that is really weird? Is this little stuffed animal for use by adults only? This is what they give to kids for spending money to play their games?
Russ, Luke, Hunter, and Whitt had to climb the rock wall at the ballpark. They all made it to the top!
Earlier in the day Luke got a new shotgun for his birthday (he LOVES going hunting with Pete ��� if I am right, I think they go dove hunting or maybe deer, or something like that). Anyway, he was excited about his gift. Erin and Russ got him one of the new Wave Boards (like a skateboard) and he quickly got frustrated. I think it takes a little patience to learn and he thought he should be able to do it immediately.
He had a great birthday with his friends! It is so hard for me to believe he is already nine years old. Seems like it was only yesterday that I was driving Ashley to the hospital in the middle of the night and she was either yelling ���slow down��� or ���speed up.��� There was no way I was going to get it right!!
Luke, Happy Happy Birthday to you������
Posted by Sandy at 3:07 PM