I just love living in Auburn. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. We are so lucky to live here for so many reasons. When we’re visiting other towns and they have city events like this and they charge, I just feel so thankful that every spring I know we can go just… Read More »
This year Rob was in charge of the Scout booth at Auburn City Fest. It was the first year to do this and I think it was great. He and other scout leaders are constantly looking for ways to promote scouting and they came up with having an area in the Child’s Imagination Station are… Read More »
I love photography and love the Bible. What’s better than putting the 2 things together, right? So link up and spread the Word. 🙂 Here’s what you do to join the fun… ~ Take a picture that you like. ~ Find a scripture that you think goes well with it. Or visa versa ~ Add… Read More »
Dear txting student, I know you must have some pressing information to pass along in the form of a txt, but why don’t you wait till you have finished crossing the street? Thanks much! Someone who would like to NOT run you over Dear leftover Easter candy (specifically chocolate), Why must you call my name… Read More »
See a few more pics of Alex’s Game here.
Today was Auburn’s Vet School Open House. It’s a free event for families to come see what goes on at the vet school, also used a recruiting tool for potential veterinary majors. We always enjoy it and learn a lot too! Here’s a few pics: Pony…oh how cute! Petting the bird Bomb dog demonstration I… Read More »
Friday we made a trip over to Lake Martin, so the boys in our den could get another requirement for the World Conservation Award, they’ve been working on. Our den leader, Mr. W., has a friend, Mr. M, who has a house on the lake. One of the things he enjoys doing to help the… Read More »
It was time for the boys to get haircuts and Alex has been asking for a flat top for awhile. After having the ordeal, we had with had with Drew’s hair letting him get a flat top at age three…BIG mistake! He was a “poof head” for at least a year after that. Soooo, that… Read More »
…love sticky stuff on walls and ceilings…
Last Sunday I took the day off and enjoyed the day with the family. We rose early to attend the 8 a.m. church service and then, got over to Montgomery for brunch. We really enjoyed eating at the Egg and I before galavanting over to Oak Park. We walked around the park for a bit.… Read More »
Back in 2009, Drew received his Arrow of Light and crossed over to Boy Scouts. This year for the ceremony, Drew got to be one of the Boy Scouts dressed up in regalia. He had a lot of fun being on the other side of the ceremony this year. Here’s some pictures from the evening.… Read More »
Drew had an all day soccer clinic in Atlanta this past Saturday. We decided to make the most out of it and go up as a family. It was on the campus of Oglethorp University, which is a beautiful campus. In between games we got to see a free baseball game there as well.
One of the greatest parts of my job is working with college students. They bring such joy and a different take on life. Their worlds are so different from mine and really most adults. I wonder sometimes if I was that naive…and I’m sure the answer is yes. 🙂 In my department, we employ students… Read More »
I’m not sure I can even put my thoughts down in words, but I’m going to try. Yesterday afternoon Drew asked me to get on Facebook since I was at work and he was at home because he had something to talk to to me about. So I did and he proceeded to tell me… Read More »
Oops! Almost forgot to finish up on this and get it posted. This month I was happy about: booking a cruise for the 4 of us in September!! Squeeeel! This month I was sad about: the passing of one of our cub scout leaders and the huge turn out at his funeral. The wonderful memories… Read More »
This month I was happy about: spending Easter with my family. This month I was sad about: this and not doing my weekly photo posts; not for the lack of taking pics, just unmotivated and unable to match prompts. Something I accomplished this month is: eating healthier and exercising. Something new I did was: visit… Read More »