Thursday, November 19, 2009

photo catch-up

I'm cheating a bit on this post ... but thought I would post some pictures of things that I have talked about but have never shown. Here goes.

This is Michael's spot at the cemetery. This was taken about a month or so ago. He has more things there now. I like to walk up and see something new added. I like to think of friends visiting him. I put the flowers together - if you look close, you will see some Storm Troopers peeking through. These were his. I thought they belonged in his flowers too.
This is Nellie. She is my constant companion these days. Love her.
This is the New Kids on the Walk. My team for the 3 Day walk for Breast Cancer. We walked 60 miles together. We camped. Indoors in pink tents. We wore pink leg warmers. And I loved spending time with them. Such a fantastic group of women. I still need to blog about those 3 Days!
This is one of the bulletin boards that I made. I know. It is so bright. Lots of color. Lots going on. But that is kind of the way my house is. You should all come over so you can see what I mean.

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Today I am thankful for:
My time that I worked at Florida State. I met some really fantastic people while I was there. My co-workers and graduate students. And I was glad to be there tonight to see the opening of The Velveteen Rabbit. Such a sweet show.

Stu and I have been out two nights in a row. On school nights. We are wild and crazy.


4 comments:

Kim said...

Oooh, I love the bulletin board and that you & Stu have been out 2 nights in a row. Love these new pics! Love you!

Martha Robbins said...

What a totally cool bulletin board! I hope you got my name for Christmas! If not, you've gotta tell me how you made that! LOVE IT!!

Tammy On the Go said...

Do I hear hope in your voice today?

Cindy said...

Enough with the date nights! Who wants to spend that much time w/their husband, anyway??? I'm thinking you need to work in a few girl's nights out! Don't forget to invite your long distance friends who miss you terribly =]
(J/K, Stu!)