Most of you reading this already know, but Andrew and I are leaving in the morning (Saturday) for our "road trip." Now this is a bit of a unique road trip as we will be the one's pedaling, not driving across Michigan. We start in Whitehall on Sunday and finish in Lexington on Friday. Austin is staying with Grandma and Grandpa G so please keep everyone in your prayers as this is a big change for all involved! I have scheduled posts on Chunky Monkey so you faithful readers won't have to go a whole week without your Austin fix.
1. andrew getting out of work early and being able to take off before most of rush hour 2. dinner at American pie (pizza!) 3. 2 important things coming in the mail today!!! 4. remembering to take back my library books before we left 5. austin being SO good today and helping me get all packed up
1. watching fireworks on our rooftop with Drew 2. Finally meeting Baby Jaidyn! 3. Grilling for dinner (actually the grill wasnt working, so we used the George) 4. having a glass of wine (on the roof!) 5. seeing austin's smile after basically not seeing him for 2 days.
1. getting to see lots of family 2. lots of hard workers so all the garage sale prep got done 3. awesome chicken and ribs at moms for dinner! 4. dad going to get even more delicious apple pie! 5. already selling some stuff on craigslist
1. getting to see old friends at Heather's baby shower 2. Drew staying home with austin so he could nap while i volunteered at church 3. finding a lady to swap some diapers with for our favorite kind 4. super cheap dipes at CVS 5. getting back from warren in time for church
1. getting to see Kristins new pad! 2. a 30 minute walk that included complete silence 3. getting grocery shopping done nice and early 4. 4 pairs of kitchen gloves, 2 boxes of cheerios, one package of baby q-tips and 3 packages of wipes for 56 cents plus tax. (thank you kmart!( 5. austin finally sweetly asleep after a LOOOONNNNGGGG day
Look at this find that Austin and I stumbled upon on our night walk. The lady lives just down the street and was just putting this out when we walked by. She kept referring to the umbrella as "he" as if it was a person in her thick German-ish accent. I felt bad taking "him" from her, but "he" worked great and she was the one putting "him" in the trash. Finders keepers!
PS. the table and chairs were ours and know "they" have a new friend.