Sunday, September 11, 2011

Not a good start

Both of the kids started school on Thursday. Bryson is now in 2nd grade and Taylor in 7th. First day was a great success for both of them. They both had soccer practice after school in the hot weather and all was good until we were home sitting down to eat dinner. Bryson complained of a bad headache and the next minute we knew he was hugging the toilet bowl. The sickness continued Friday and he was not happy to miss the 2nd day of school. Not sure what caused the sickness, but he is back to his normal self. Oh that reminds me, have to go and write a absent letter for school.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011


Last month,while at Birch Bay Waterslides, Harry noticed a very dark small mole on Taylor's back. Last Wednesday we headed into the dermatologist to have it checked. The Dr took the mole off right away. Yesterday the Dr called with results. The test show that the mole was not normal and her cells also are affected. Simple Story is that this small dark spot turned out to be CANCER! Boy I hate that word..... Anyway she is scheduled for another surgery in a couple of weeks to make sure that it didn't spread. Please get yourself checked regularly! Good Eyes Mr Edwards on spotting that early.

An Example of the spot on Taylor's back. However hers was a lot darker and smaller.



Taylor was very eager to get her braces. She got them on August 4th(Harrys birthday) and will have them on for about 2 1/2 -3 years. If you would have asked her about her braces the first two days of having them on, she would of given you a look that would of killed you!

Saturday, August 13, 2011


I am going to paint the hallway. However as you can see the picture there is no actual stopping point for the hallway. This wall continues into the living room. My question is do I paint the hall and that wall the same color or do I stop at some point and paint the living room wall a different color? If choosing two different colors where would you stop?

Friday, August 12, 2011

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Saturday Morning adventure!

Bryson and I headed out to the Navy base to see the 100th Aviation Centennial. Just a couple of pictures to capture our time together!


Harry just text me after he Ride in Tour De Whatcom. He completed the 105 mile ride in 5 hours and 40 minutes riding time, 6 hours and 15 minutes with breaks. He has been training hard for this ride the last month. I am so Proud of him!