Saturday, March 29, 2008
We went antler hunting today in search of a few Muley sheds. But instead - this is what we found! (Actually, Kim found them, but it was a family affair:) Mike thinks this elk rack would score between 320-330. Each of the kids found a deer shed, and Mike found 4 hard whites. It was definitely a fun, productive hunt!
Friday, March 28, 2008
Today was Katie's first soccer game! We were all a little nervous about it, since they had only had 2 practices and only one person on Katie's team had played before, but they did great. The kids all worked together really well, and Katie's team won 8-4 (with Katie scoring 3 of the goals:) She's a natural - just like her Uncle Mike!
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Monday, March 24, 2008
Actually, I've been the sick one. For the last 1 1/2 weeks I've had that lovely (heavy sarcasm here) upper respiratory stuff that included my ears. My right ear, after 8 ear surgeries, doesn't take kindly to any kind of illness - and it protested greatly, in the form of extreme dizziness (no rude comments, please:) and intense pressure and pain. But, as of today, I am feeling MUCH better, and can even function at almost normal capacity. Which is a very good thing considering my dear husband - who is, consequently, the "Puffy One" - had all four of his wisdom teeth out this morning, and is functioning at a decided subnormal capacity. Truth be told, he is crashed out, in a propped position, on our bed. If he will let me, I'll get a picture of him and post it later. Stay tuned...
Monday, March 17, 2008
On Mike's last days off, he switched out our exterior door in the Living Room (not painted yet - too cold), trimmed around the doors and windows, and put baseboard down. Here are the fruits of my wonderful, hard-working husband's labors. He is DEFINITELY a keeper;)
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Mike has wanted an antler chandelier in the den for a longgggg time. Now, thanks to our wonderful neighbor Chris, that dream has become a reality. Of course, Mike did find all the antlers (Mule deer), and he drilled them, and purchased all the material. But Chris did what we could not - he created a masterpiece. (And all for the price of a few meals - now that we can afford!)