Sunday, April 26, 2009
Harrison and I have been working hard this week on our garden.
Here are a few pictures from start to finish.
We planted tomatoes, cucumbers, basil, rosemary, parsley, oregano, and mint.
In addition to this garden, we planted 3 flower beds as well. We still have much work to do on the yard, but it is coming along! I am looking forward to harvest time!
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
We have entered the world of sports!
I absolutely love it. I never thought I would feel that way. I don't think I got this excited over ballet. Harrison is doing so well. He had his first t-ball game last weekend. It was fun to watch the kids get excited running the bases and watching every parent cheer on each kid up to bat. Everyone seemed to cheer more for the kids who it took 10 swings to actually hit the ball.
I love that feeling of encouragement and hope. Too bad somewhere in the next years to come sports change. We go from cheering for the underdog and complete encouragement to competition and the drive to be the best. I know there is a need in life for that, but I don't think we have to loose the fun in the sport where it is not about who is the best but simply about fun.
I am looking forward to the season and seeing my boy enjoy being a baseball player! Besides the fact I think he is simply scrumptious in his uniform!
Thursday, April 09, 2009
The second part of my trip I was in Atlanta and got to spend a few days with my niece and my dad. We had a good time hanging out, going to Starbucks, seeing Slumdog Millionare (great movie), playing Mexican Train Dominoes and me taking a bunch of pictures with my new camera! I have been sifting through 150 some photos. About 50 of them are of my niece...she was a willing subject! I love her dearly and cannot believe she is 17. I had fun cutting and coloring her hair...glad she liked it!
When I look at these photos I can't help but sing "Isn't she Lovely."
I think I have the most beautiful and amazing mom in the world.
She was embarrassed about me taking these pictures...and will probably be embarrassed with me blogging them, but I don't care...I want the world to see what the most beautiful woman in the world looks like!
I love you Mom!