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Thursday, June 14, 2012
Monday night we had an impromptu barbecue in our front yard. We are trying to eat all the food in our fridge and had an entire bag of chicken we wanted to grill up. Neighbors came over and we had a super yummy potluck. The kids had the best time climbing all over Lauren's old box spring.
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Saturday we had our pod delivered. The kids were excited to see it in our driveway. They have been handling moving really well. They are excited about their new rooms and can't wait to have their friends over to see everything.
Kirby, on the other hand, is a nervous wreck. She has always gotten nervous when we pack for a trip and follows us around everywhere. Well, we have been packing for 3 months now! Poor Kirby!
The pod is scheduled to be picked up on Friday. Saturday we will clean our old house and sleep in the camper in the driveway. Sunday we hand over the keys and leave for our family vacation. Unfortunately, we still don't have a close date finalized. We are hoping for Friday, but it may be the next Monday or Tuesday. If that's the case, we will drive into town to sign the paperwork from vacation. Never a dull moment around here!
Monday, June 4, 2012
This weekend we loaded up the camper and headed to Wimberly for Market Days. Friday night we celebrated the end of the school year at Brewster's Pizza. We can't resist their Omnivore pizza and Hefeweizen.
Eric's parents took care of the kids Saturday while Eric and I popped kettlecorn.
Friday we got the news that our close date may change to June 15th or possibly a later date. We have to be out of our house on June 16th and we have a family vacation on June 17th. (Not to mention Father's Day and my 36th birthday on the 17th too) Please pray we can get in sooner or that it will all work out without all my hair turning gray!
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Look how much they have changed since their first day of school.
We love their school and will miss it next year. We will miss their wonderful teachers and this amazing playground.
As we walked out of the school for the the last time, I had them stop and take a look back. We soaked in the moment and appreciated the good times we spent there.