Wow! This year is flying by and February has already passed us by. It was an action packed month filled with American Ninja Warrior preparation, Rodeo time, basketball, and more! These 3 have my entire heart, and we are loving our days. Our afternoons are always filled with homework, outdoor sports, and playing outside until dinner time. Simple days-big memories!
Monday, February 26, 2018
January is a BIG birthday month!!! Scott turned 35 on the 7th! My Dad turned 75 on the 20th, and Zoe turned 11 on the 31st! We celebrated each one with gratefulness. My dad has still not fully bounced back from his bad fall this past Thanksgiving. In fact, he got a bad infection that set him back even more. He is now in a skilled nursing rehab center. They are evaluating him to see if he's able to build up enough strength to go back home, or if we need to make the move into a full time nursing care facility. So needless to say...this birthday was a big deal for him. He wanted James Coney Island. So, we got balloons and had a gathering. He got tired VERY fast, and left after only 45 minutes or so. We are in a tough time with him. Taking it one day at a time, and I will continue to update as things progress.
Now, onto more exciting news!!!! The boys got an updated room. We took down some of their "baby stuff!" Then, filled the walls with LSU, Houston Texans, and Astros galore! New sheets (LSU and Texans of course!) Then, some other "big boy touches," and they are happy campers! And MY GYM!!!!! I treated myself to a gym for the New Year! I only picked out my favorite equipment! Then, hired Victor (my favorite helper) to put all equipment together, paint and make my own space!! Scott and I spent an entire day organizing garage to make room. We are so glad we did...we both use it all the time! I now train clients at my house too...it's a win win for everyone!!! So, January wrapped up eventful, bittersweet and full of change. Welcome 2018....Let's do this!
Monday, January 1, 2018
Welcome 2018! We are ready for a great year. We look forward to what God has in store. My biggest prayer is that we live in the present moment and always remain grateful for our health. Happy New Year!