Thursday, February 26, 2009


Ok, I have to say, I am ready for spring. I am tired of the cold days, the cold wind, and the muck we have to step in to go out and do the chores. I am ready for spring flowers, green grass, and to plant my garden. I want to be outside and play with the puppy, and let Joseph play, and ride his bike. Today is close, we have 54 degrees. It's just teasing me i think.
We did get a new puppy. So cute. He is half beagle, and half australian shepherd, so he wont be a big dog. Maybe now the kids will play with him. He got so fat in just 1 week, that the harness I got for him will only fit around his shoulders now. So funny. I rolled him on his back to scratch his tummy, and he couldn't roll back over for a few minutes. His name is Dopey!! What a luv.

Monday, February 23, 2009

What a weekend. Jacoy plowed the suburban into the garage and pulled out half the wall in the garage. Of course she said it wasn't her fault.(whatever). So now we have to fix that. Just a month ago, she high centered the car, and ripped off the bumper. She is starting to be an expensive child to keep.

We got a new puppy on Wed. So cute!! His name is Dopey. He is part Australian Shepherd, and part beagle. We love him. Joseph espesially loves him, and they like to wrestle on the ground.

Warmer weather finally. It will be in the 50's for the next few days. I am so ready for spring. Can't wait to plant my garden and have fresh veggies and fruits again. I am even ready for canning season.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

been a while

Ok, so i had started a blog page a few months ago, but never kept up with it. I guess I am not good like others at just writing daily things, or maybe I don't think i have an interesting enough life to write about. I can just never think of what to write.
I don't know how single moms do it. Aaron travels a lot, and so I end up being mom and dad at the same time while he is gone. It's exhausting. I appreciate all he does even more when he is gone. I have so many blessings, and i need to take time more often to realize the things I do have. It's a good life.