Memories of the Month {7.2015}

By | August 4, 2015

Memories of the Month - Here's a great idea for wrapping up the month with a set of questions to remember how your last month with.  I love going back and reading through what happened throughout the years.

This month I was happy about: getting a new camera and lens!!

new camera and lens

Rating system for books & movies:
♥ ♥ = Love it! A must read/see!
♥ = Really good! Highly recommend.
✓ ✓ = Good, not great.
✓ = Not much to talk about.
X = Awful. Total waste of time.

Movies I watched were:

Standing Up
based on the book called The Goats by Brock Cole ♥

Step Dogs

TV Shows I watched were:
Chasing Life (Netflix – Season 1) ♥ ♥
The Bachelorette (belch) – X – glad it’s over!
Friday Night Lights (watching again for the 2nd time on Netflix) ♥ ♥
King of Queen reruns
So You Think You Can Dance
America’s Got Talent

Cooking shows on Food Network:
–The Pioneer Woman
–Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day
–Southern at Heart
–Farmhouse Rules

My favorite song this month was:
Song for Someone by U2

What I remember about work was: my boss stressing about all the shifting of books and all that has to happen with the new building being built that will connect to ours.

A lesson I learned this month was: not much of anything.

A friend and I: enjoyed time at the lake with our guys.

My favorite pic that I took was: One of my favorite photos from July is this pic of a Flower with Bugs on it, taken at Desota State Park

The favorite thing I cooked was: Margarita ChickenMargarita Chicken on a bed of rice pilaf makes for an easy dinner any time of the year.

Drew was:
–quite disrespectful during our 4th of July trip.
–spoke at a Rotary Club meeting about Troop 50.
–excited to get the actual Eagle project work days completed.

Alex was:
–excited for the baby Gerbils that we discovered probably a week or so after they were born.
–still taking piano lessons.

Rob was: busy with scouts and Thunder road and work.

The family and I:
–went on a trip to North Georgia/Chattanooga, TN. (posts coming soon!)
–attended a funeral for Dr. John Cottier, who we knew through scouting. Rob spoke briefly at his funeral. Dr. Cottier passed away suddenly from a heart-attack.

The thing I’ll remember most from this month was: new camera and Drew getting his work done for his Eagle project.

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