Friday, September 19, 2008


Poor Lance was trying to do a good deed today and ended up in the hospital. I was leaving today to do my many errors that I seem to always have to do, when Lance came running down the garage stairs to give me money (I never will deny money)! Anyways, he missed the last step and fell on his ankle. Of course him being a man, he tried to shake it off. He went to a business lunch and half way through lunch he looked down at his ankle and it was he size of a baseball. Needless to say, he ended up in the ER. Luckly it was just a really bad sprain. The doctor was surprised after seeing the x-ray that it wasn't broken. He was a lucky boy today!

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Family time

We spent friday night at Lances brothers house. We had such an enjoyable time talking and laughing with everyone. Lexi got to swim all night long. I think she would live in the pool if we had one! It was cold for us, but Lexi didn't seem to mind! It is so nice when family can get together and enjoy each other's company. Thanks John and Kindra for a great night!

Happy 45th Boyd and Carol

My mother and father in law celebrated 45 years of marriage on Sept. 4th. They truely love each other very much and it always shows in the way they are with each other.

Way to go Lexi!!!

Lexi made her goal this year! We challenged Lexi to go without sugar for a year. If she was able to accomplish this we would give her $100 dollars! She is very motivated by money! Her goal for this year is to go without sugar and work on portion control. I think that I need to take a lesson from her on will power. I am so proud of her, she is one wonderful kid!

70 years of wedded bliss!

My grandma and grandpa Clove celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on Aug. 31st. We celebrated by having a party for them. I was able to see many cousins that I haven't seen for many years. I can't believe how fast time flies. It was great being able to catch up and see all of their kids and find out what everyone has been up to! My grandparents are wonderful people and I was thrilled to be able to spend this time with them.