Wednesday, April 29, 2009
On a side note...
I usually always park my car in the garage but last night the boys scooters were blocking my spot in the garage and I was having a migraine so I didn't feel like getting out of my car and moving them so I left my car in the driveway overnight. I am crazy about locking my car and I know I did...well I could have sworn I did...but I received a phone call this morning from my lovely neighbor, mom, who asked me if I went to my car last night around 1 - 1:30am. I told her I was dead asleep with a migraine and I wasn't out there. She went on to tell me that she heard a car door close quietly so she got up and peeked out her blinds (she's such a snoop j/k). She said she saw someone with long hair sitting in my car. She figured it was me getting something from my car and didn't think much else about it until this morning when she called me. I know when I went to my car this morning it was locked and I could swear I locked it last night. I can't see anything missing from my car. My registration is still there, the folder with my paid bills was still sitting on the passengers seat (I know, that should have been taken into the house), the curly fries from Logan's dinner were still there along with the lovely odor, the cd's were still there (maybe they don't like Spongebob music or Kids Bop), and the change in my door was still there. I can't see anything missing.
So, the question is..are these both random incidents or do they have something to do with each other?
I guess my advice to you is this, if you get a letter from your bank or credit union letting you know your information MAY be compromised, it probably is so you should change your account information. The other thing is, be aware of your neighborhood! A prowler was lurking around my yard which means he may have been lurking around your yard. Watch out for your neighbors and if you think something is suspicious go ahead and give your neighborhood police a call!!!
Monday, April 27, 2009
Logan, the serious pirate.
Cheesin' it for the camera.
Acting silly with the eye patches.
Aunt Kenda and Grandma BJ were very generous! Big thank you's to the both of you!
Larry's influence...Star Wars. Logan wanted this Storm Trooper helmet and a Storm Trooper gun. The helmet hasn't been used much but the gun certainly has!
We are very lucky to have a little boy like Logan in our family. He is so full of love and compassion and is a joy to have as a son and brother.
We love you!
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
- I love lazy mornings when Larry and I are still in bed, the sun is shinning through the curtains and I can hear the birds chirping in the tree outside our window and the boys climb in bed with us. They are mischievous and like to try to tickle us and jump on us and hide under the covers. It usually ends up that we gang up on either Larry or they gang up on me and we try to pin them down and tickle them. Mostly it is Larry and I torturing the boys with tickles. We laugh and giggle and completely enjoy being with each other. I love mornings like these.
- It doesn't happen often but I love being on a beach that has warm sand. It makes me feel happy to bury my feet in the sand and to pick up the sand in my hands and have it fall slowly through my fingers. I love the feeling of that. I love the sun on my face and hearing the ocean and waves. I was in heaven a couple weeks ago when we were sitting on the beach early Saturday morning. Not many people had made it to the beach yet so it was like we had the beach to ourselves.
- The last Happiest Place I will mention is when Larry and I get together with some friends of ours. I feel happy being with Larry and sharing our time with these friends. When we make plans with them it is something we I look forward to. It is relaxing, comfortable, and enjoyable to be in their company. And for the evening, it is my happiest place.
I wonder what your happiest places might be and I can just bet that whatever or wherever your happiest spot is your family is there too.
Sunday, April 5, 2009
Happy Birthday, Dresden. We love you with all our hearts and are so happy that you are ours!
Here is Collin posing in the Hula girl stand-up. All the boys wanted their pictures taken as a hula girl.
Logan as the surfer dude.
One of the things we did at the party was have a hula hoop competition. I was surprised these kids could hula hoop. In fact, there were a couple boys that could have hula hooped all day if they had the opportunity.
You can't have a party without going through the spanking machine!