Sunday, February 28, 2010

Dust Cyclone or Kitchen Remodel?

Puzzled Scott, because the wiring was such a nightmare that he has to redo all of it!

New window. What an improvement! Don't mind the dirty dishes!

This is the new floor, but it has not been grouted yet.

Trust me, bare concrete walls ARE better than what we had up there!

Currently, my life is full of dust, but I am faithfully holding onto the idea that we will have a nicely put together kitchen in the near future! I am tired of being sniffy and sneezy and really tired of trying to keep all the dust cleaned up, but it will be worth it, I think? Hope? Pray!

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Sledding Post

I am posting the link to our sledding pics! We had a great time!

Sledding....yep, we did that!

Boog and Ponch are trying a run down the hill!

The Momma and the Meeeeema!

Takky is flipping off his sled!

Meeeema and the Momma! We got snow all up in our faces!

Kids everywhere!

Bucko fought the sled!

The sled won!

Daddy and Boog having a great time!

Bucko was a sleddin' madman!
Meeeeema looooves her Dywan!

Well, we went sledding today between my husband and I we got a million pics! Here are a few of them!

Monday, December 14, 2009

Saturday, December 5, 2009

The Wonder That The CHRISTmas Tree Brings

This is the first year that Meeeeema is old enough to be able to navigate around the CHRISTmas tree alone. She wondered at the beauty and vastness in our living room after we put it up this past Wednesday. I simply love the innocence of a small child!

Sunday, November 8, 2009

A Tree Hunting We Will Go!

This is a pic of ALL the kids, including the ones in the background, as we started our hunt. Can you tell which one does not think he needs a hair cut? Yesterday he said he wants to let it grow and does not care if it makes him look like a girl! GREAT!

Dadu! That is what Meeeema calls him! He got a black eye at work yesterday, so that is the explanation for what looks like makeup on his left eye!

This is the view of me and all the kids walking up the aisle at the tree farm! We found our tree in the first one and I did not want to miss out on the tree hunting experience, so we walked up the middle aisle and looked around until I saw a bumble bee and decided I was done!

Bucko, being the interesting child that he is, found this tree and told S that he wanted him to take a picture of his little buddy. Strange, huh? The smile on his face is due to his dad's reaction to him calling a tree his little buddy!

Tagged! Now, I hope it stays that way! Last year, or maybe the year before, someone decided they needed our tree more than we did! We were less than pleased, but we managed to find another one and made due!