Life's a journey... here and living it!

Life's a journey...   here and living it!

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Day At The ZOO

Went to lunch with DH, DD Heather and GD Hayleigh. After dropping PawPaw back off to work we went to the zoo. Hayleigh got to see a black bear, pink flamingos, the Rain Forest, a peacock, and visit the petting zoo. She went on the carousel ride, rode the train, and played in the park. Poor thing...fell sleep on the way home!

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Ok, enough being goes on. I went cropping yesterday for a few hours at the LSS. Never enough hours when I go there, so I'm going again on Friday. Kids are out of school, so no shuttling service...I'm off!!!

Nothing new today...did the usual running kids to and from place to place. I hope to work on some LOs tonight after dinner...speaking of dinner better get to it so I can play!

Sunday, August 27, 2006

We'll today's the day!

We'll today's the day! Alex leaves today for OKC Meps station. We'll get to spend the afternoon with him. We're taking him to Brick Town in OKC. Then we'll see him the next morning where he will finish processing before he leaves out for Ft. Leonardwood. I'll have my box of tissues ready. The ride home is going to be so much fun!

Here's a picture of Alex holding Hayleigh while waiting at MEPS to ship off to Ft. Leonardwood.

Saturday, August 26, 2006

Scrapbooking All Day!

I'm going scrapbooking all day with one of my best friends Tina. I hope to get alot done...but if not it will still be a blast!

This is Alex's last full day here and I'm not going to be here. It will be good...Charles (DH) and Alex are going to hang out and go to Hootiers for lunch. I'll have to get Charles to get a picture for me of Alex with all the girls.

Friday, August 25, 2006

This will be my first post. It's Friday and Charles (DH) had a day off work. It's been nice having him home for a change. We were supposed to go see our nephew (Mathew) graduate basic training (for the Army) today but he has three more weeks of PT training before he can graduate. He will go straight to his MOS training right after that so we'll miss out on seeing him this time. I wish him the best.

Our youngest son Alex is leaving on Monday for his basic training (Army also) at Ft. Leonardwood, aka ft. lost in the woods! I'm already starting to miss him. I'll need plenty of tissues and distractions next week. He will be gone for 15 weeks, I sure hope they go by fast! He's going into the reserves, so he will come back and start college in Oklahoma. Need tissues just talking about it!

I day dream of Cancun!