Comments: Alive

On that Football thing ... our HS has a volunteer "team doc" who pulled his own son from playing after the second concussion. Not a nice thing to have happen to teenagers. Said son is alright now and working in the Foreign Service.

Finger crossed regarding "band trip".

Posted by The Thomas at April 10, 2012 09:53 PM

Life is good when family is around and you get along. ;-) Ohhhh I can't wait to hear about the New Orleans trip...

Posted by vwbug at April 11, 2012 04:47 AM

Good luck next week.
I can see you sitting there watching your boys and seeing them as they were and as they are now. They are wonerful and we talk of all you often. Kennan asks all the time when we're going to see his best friends, you know, the big boys. Miss D's boys.
Everywhere we go now those that have been a part of Kennan's life comment on how tall he is and that they remember his sweet baby face. Even the baggers at Publix. It makes me ever so sad.
Then there are the phone calls/comments like I got yesterday from a lady at church that said Kennan had come up to her to talk about how "Pop" had died but that he was in a better place and not in pain. But that we are going to be sad for a while. She was amazed at his thoughtfullness over the experience.
She said, "you've done an amazing job". And really it's just..him. I just keep him as safe as I can. and love him as much as we can.
You and G just love your boys right. they are great great boys.
and we, too, are seriously over this school year and his freak of a teacher.
:-) love you.

Posted by pfb at April 11, 2012 07:39 PM

LOL - every time I hear someone using babysitting as a measure of whether or not they can deal with their own children, I have to tell them to stop it. You are exactly right - you start with a baby (for most of us) and grow with them.

Best of luck on the New Orleans trip. I hope you have a great time. I know there will be stories. :-)

Posted by Teresa at April 12, 2012 12:07 PM