Showing posts from October, 2017
In my post, almost two weeks ago, I mention that our son graduated high school...two years ago.   Two.   Busy.  Long.  Years. Ago. Let me take you back to June of 2015, if you will.

I'm going to let the pictures talk about this proud moment in our son's, and our lives.

The Mister and I couldn't have done this party without the help of our family and our friends.
My husband slaved away at the grill all day making his famous bbq chicken.

The Day Heaven Gained Another Angel

Today marks 2 years.  Two years ago my Mother-In-Law left this earth and became our Angel Mama.  Two years of my kids terribly missing their Nana.  Two years of my Father-In-law being a widow and two years from the day my husband lost one of THE most important women in his life…his mama...who really was, one of his best friends.
To say that the last two years has been easy, would be a lie.  Because it hasn’t been.  It has taken nearly a year for my husband to get back into his groove.  To get back to living and loving life again.  Her loss didn't just take the wind out of his sail, it sunk his boat.  

Two days ago, one of our daughters was having the worst time missing her Nana, she asked if we could just stay home today; from school, from work, and be a family remembering our lovely Mother and Nana.  To say that request didn't sucker punch me right in the gut and bring on all the feelings I had been bottling up and trying so hard to keep it together, it would be another lie.
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I'm baaaaackk!

Hey, hey, hey guys!!!    I’m back!  I am ready to start sharing with ya’ll again the happenings and doing of our life.   Like any other family out there, we have been super, crazy busy the last few years.  I originally started this blog to share the home updates that we had been doing to all of our family, who are scattered all over the USA.  So let’s take a super quick recap of the last few years and what has been happening in our home, some house updates but mostly family updates.  I will break down most of these moments in separate posts later…so stay tuned. I got a new job in April of 2014.  It was a challenging beginning with a large learning curve and some interesting personality dynamics that I had never been exposed to before.; much less in the work place.  I stuck it out, needless to say, I’m thankful I did because it has been very rewarding.  (Not every day was I willing to do that).  I am proud to say that I have learned so much about the lighting industry, how to be a succe…