Yesterday morning, I sent Randy with 50 other students and 8 chaperons on two buses to go to Seattle for the All Northwest Band Conference. He was so excited that their band was chosen to attend this conference. They are the only school in Montana that were invited to come and they were stoked!! I was excited for him also, but also scared because who is going to hold his hand and help him with all the different decisions that will need to be made. I then had to remind myself that he will be gone in 3 years and he needs opportunities like this to see what life is like. He did text me today to let me know that he has never seen such big buildings in all his life, and that he was feeling very claustrophobic. It must be bad, because he said that 3 different times. I think he is having the time of his life. I just hope and pray that he is safe and smart!! I Love you Randy- Be Good!!
We just got home from a wonderful dinner with mom and dad in Lima. The Seniors at the high school have a fancy dinner for their senior trip fundraiser. I had some of the best steak ever!! It was lean cut steak with a black raspberry glaze- Holy Cow, to die for!! :) You had to reserve a table a few days before and then they give you the time that your table will be available. It was great because the seniors kids are the servers. It was great to be at dad and moms. It had been a while since we were down that direction. Thanks for a very enjoyable evening :) Love ya
I have been trying to find a 6' bookcase for my office to hold some of my business supplies. I found one at Target, not exactly what I was looking for, but should work out fine. Now that I have put it together, the hardest part for me is getting everything in the right place so that my office looks like an office instead of the local landfill. Wish me luck!!
I can't believe that it has been almost 2 months since I blogged.
Coop had his birthday on Dec 1. He is 6 so that makes him (according to Coop) officially older than me until I have my birthday in May and then I will be 36 instead of 35 hence making us the same age again. (He is so funny sometimes, more like all the time!!)
Randy is playing basketball on the freshman team, so he is very busy with practice and games. He started the beginning of Dec and will be done the end of this month. He has really improved and it is fun to watch him play. He is a great defender!!!
Wes is in archery through the 4-h. He is also doing great. He had his personal best the other day with a 204!! It was awesome. He also is just starting 5th grade band. He tried out for the drums and got it, so we are movin to the beat around here.
Wes, Erin and Coop are all in a basketball clinic each Saturday at the college. They also are improving a ton, but Coops group are defiantly the funnest to watch.
Erin is still fiddling and is getting ready for a fiddle contest the middle of Feb. She should do great!!
Coop is doing good in school, he struggles a little with reading and attention, but don't we all sometimes :)
The holidays were wonderful for us. They were fast and furious, but we did get in more snowmobiling, skiing, and cross country skiing.
We have started our lambing season. Yes the ram did get out early last fall and we are about 6 weeks earlier than we like. We had a set born 1 1/2 weeks ago, which was fine because it was warm. The set born early this morning are having a little bit of trouble with the below zero weather, but hopefully they will make it.
I will try to do better at keeping up with things. :)