Saturday, August 30, 2008
Amy requested a photo of the house after I had the bushes ripped out. It looks a little naked and vulnerable I think. How appropriate. And no I did not kill the bushes in lieu of killing something else. :) We had planned on doing it all summer. It just took til now for the guy to come do it. How ironic. So now you know what the house really looks like. And you can't use the excuse that you didn't recognize it for now stopping to see me.
Monday, August 18, 2008
Phew! that took me awhile to figure out, since I am one of those "techno retard"s that Deann was talking about. Here is Baylee along with the rest of our babysitting group's kids at Bear Lake. Yes, she is a rather tall girl. The boy her size to her right is 2 years older! Amazon woman-girl.
At least she is kinda cute, or we'd have to send her off to the circus.
Howdy! We are just running our "test post" as opposed to a post test. We enjoyed a lovely weekend at Bear Lake on Friday and Saturday, so if I figure this out I will post some pictures from us. We are so in disbelief that school is starting this week. Where did the summer go? Oh, one little update: my ward has lost its collective mind and called me to be the nursery coordinator. I am not sure what the whole "coordinator" thing is about, but I am pretty sure that there will be some people who stop coming to church when they find out I am in charge of their precious little ones. Mwahahahaha (evil laugh).
Sunday, August 17, 2008
The very rare Inverted Book Sloth has been seen hanging out in Petersboro. I think it is called "Makelle".
OK, it was just a test on uploading a photo. . . . .
That Makelle is a reading fool. We went to "meet the 1st grade teacher night" and the teacher had Makelle read for her, then do some numbers and stuff, and said, "Well, I don't have a single thing in my classroom that she isn't already beyond." Sooooo, I'm wondering why we're starting her out in 1st grade versus 2nd? May have to pursue that.
OK, this is my first blog ever. I know it's not rocket science, and any of us can pick it up pretty quick, so we'll give it a shot. I tried to upload a picture of the slip and slide, but my internet chose to ralph out and it got lost in cyber limbo. I challenge all of you to get connected and do a test post as well. They will all be really boring, but then we can settle down into more interesting things, and Ashley can delete them later. . . . .