A few quick thoughts

Well, we had a fun, fun time in Augusta.  Marcy, my sister (my older sister, but she doesn’t like when we say OLDER sister), sent me some pictures since I left my camera here….HOW DID THAT HAPPEN?  I mean, I only had to pack for four people, remember a birthday present, a dvd player and movies (little did I know I could have only brought the Bee Movie since Ruby watched it four or five times in two days!!), snacks, and wipes, and on and on and on.  So, after the initial shock of wondering how in the world I would blog about such a great time without pictures, we just decided I should forget about it and get some pictures from Marcy.  I hope she can send me a few as attachments so that I can post them on here for all three of you to see!   SO MORE ON AUGUSTA TO COME, I PROMISE, MAMA.

OK, but I did have to tell this funny story from this morning.  After church we came home to eat lunch.  This is a HUGE accomplishment for us.  You see, each week on our way home Molly says, “Daddy, can we please go to Mexican?  I want an enchilada.”  Josh gives in to Molly’s request every time.  We made it past the Mexican restaurant, and several more for that matter, and we ate a very simple lunch.  Molly was kissing Mack while he sat in his booster seat at the table.  He started pushing her away and grunting at her.  I said, “Mack, you better kiss her back.”  Molly took that statement very literally and turned around and lifted up her shirt, “Yeah, Mack, kiss my back!”  Hilarious.

A sweet moment happened in Augusta with Ruby.  We were walking up to the house, and I asked her to hold my hand.  She did.  Then, I said, “Do you know why I want to hold your hand?…because I love you!”  She looked up at me so sweetly and said, “I knew you were gonna say that.”  I am so glad she saw that coming.  I do love that little booger.  She was super sweet this weekend to all of her cousins.  

Hope everyone is having a nice Sunday.  I went and got a manicure and pedicure on this Lord’s Day…probably not the best thing to do, but it made me feel better about having to skip our Sunday afternoon nap to go to Wal-Mart with the rest of Woodstock!  Glad it is behind me…my toes and fingers are cute, the pantry is stocked, but I am really tired and hoping I can make it through the service tonight.  (Is that bad?)

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