Sunday, February 21, 2010

Catching Up

Sometimes, okay a lot of times, I let the little things slide.  I bought a picture frame over a year ago, displayed it proudly on my schrank, and finally put some pictures in it.  It took no time at all, so I have no idea why I didn't do it earlier.  I am the queen of procrastination.

I think I want to take a framing class so I can frame all the other stuff that I have.  I took Thai cooking before, but now I want to take another type.  Maybe I am just thinking of all the things that I want to do because deployment is looming and I have no idea how to occupy my time this deployment.  I've always had a ton of stuff going on, but right now I have nothing planned.

Yesterday Em went to a workshop at the AF Academy with Girl Scouts.  It was a sports clinic, and then the families could join them for the basketball game afterwards.

Junior was so excited, he couldn't stop moving and waving his flag.

He loved the falcon.
Abs was Abs.  After it was all over, she loved it, had a great time, and wanted to go again.  Go figure.

Em was over with her troop so we didn't see much of her.

Gunner made cinnamon rolls last night from The Pioneer Woman.  They are unbelievable.  Tomorrow I must run, and run far.

Yesterday we woke up to find that Abs had eaten 1/2 quart of ice cream and 13 candy bars.

We hid the candy bars, but can't hide ice cream.

This morning she polished off the remaining quart of ice cream.

We won't be buying ice cream again.


Gypsy at heart said...

At least she is eating to channel it to the right foods.
Is gunner filling the freezer so you can eat while he is gone?

Heating Filters said...

This is very good Catch up

The Mrs. said...

send gunner over here!

Mrs. Mike said...

geez, my man can't even boil water!
Take a few online classes, that will fill your time during deployment! They are keeping me on my toes and making the time Mr Mike returns seem so much closer! My classes end a month before he returns, so being able to see tests come and go and actually see my school course calendar making progress makes the normal calendar move quickly too!

Rosie said...

Glad to find your blog...looking for all military wives I can find. My husband is going into the Army Chaplaincy. Wow...I just read how many long deployments you've had...and another coming up! God bless you!

Crazy Shenanigans said...

Wow! I'm surprised she didn't get really sick from all that candy!

Aubrey said...

Hi stumbled across your blog! :) I am experiencing my first deployment with four kids any week now as hubby prepares to leave for Afganistan. I enjoyed reading your blog...hope you don't mind. Looking for some like-minded computer friends! ;) God bless your family! ~Aubrey

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