My little man has been playing soccer since he was four years old. I am ALWAYS at every game. Well...this game happened to fall on his Open House night. I missed it!!! He FINALLY scores a goal. He was sooo very happy. Daddy took him to Sonic and got his favorite, mozzerella sticks! I am so sad that I missed this moment. I will be at tonights game so hopefully he will do it again:)
Friday, September 11, 2009
We had a great ceremony for the Scouts. They received lots of awards from when they went to Summer Camp. Eric is the Scoutmaster with a lot of help from his dad. Those two guys dedicate so much of their time to this troop. I am thankful for the skills they have and how they teach our youth. This Court of Honor happened to fall on Eric's B-day, so we got to have some cake!
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Tuesday, September 8, 2009
We had such a wonderful Labor Day. We were busy in the morning doing errands and few other things. But, in the afternoon, Eric got out the grill and we had hotdogs and hamburgers. We all sat on the patio (the weather was really nice) kicked back and enjoyed the afternoon. I am so thankful for family and the time that we get to spend with each other.
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Friday, September 4, 2009
Let me start by saying that if I didn't love Brittney so much, this dog would be right back on Craigslist. Brittney has been wanting a "puppy of her own". We found Georgia on craigslist and Brittney paid with her own money. Little did I know that dog is high maintenace. She pees on the floor (which is enough to send me over the edge). I am CONSTANTLY scrubbing with Oxy cleaner and Pine-Sol. She is a sweet little dog and has become quickly attached to Britt. It is very sweet the way Britt carries Georgia in her bag and that Georgia snuggles in bed with her every night. She is not a big fan of Eric and has snapped at him quite a few times. Thankfully, Eric has a lot of patience and knows how much Britt loves this dog. We will have to see what the future holds for our little Georgia peach:)
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This blog is a little late...with school starting things have been a little out of sorts. Ian actually turned 14 on August 27th. I am so very proud of the young man he has turned out to be. It was not always an easy path with him and I believe that through showing him that we love him (and lots of prayers) he is a really great young man. Ian is a wonderful scout and loves adventure. I have always admired how he lives life to the fullest. He is hoping to join the military after high school and is currently enrolled in the NJROTC. Seminary has been a great way for him to start his mornings and he has really enjoyed attending. It makes me very proud that he asks every morning if he is going. I can't wait to see what Ian does with his future and I hope he always knows that we will always be there for him.
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