Sunday, August 9, 2009


Coffee break. I am drinking coffee in my new favorite cup. My friend sent me home with this after my river trip. Is this cool or what?

I woke up at 6am this morning after being up cleaning at midnight. Today my son comes in from Afghanistan. I pick him up at the air port around 4ish. Now I am scrambling trying to get caught up on all the things that got put aside for the past 2 weeks. Still have 2 loads of laundry to do, do floors, clean the front porch....oh and lets not even get into what needs to be done to the yard.

My son is one of those kids like Faith's son, who is a hard worker. I know he cringes coming home because he knows I will have a sonny do list for him.

Here is what I have so far:

1. get that &%^$#@ weedeater fixed

2. help me relocate the garden fence (this is a maybe because yesterday I counted about 10 cantelopes hanging on the fence)

3. help me fix the two wood tables outside

4. help me put together the dog kennel

5. help me install the new fire pit cooker

Isn't work so much more fun with someone?

6. Possibly disassemble the hot tub? That is a huge job

7. move the china cabinet to my bedroom

8. help me install the new shower curtain rod

9. help me install new shades in the living room

Poor guy....he'll have to go back to war to get some rest.


Faith said...

"Poor guy....he'll have to go back to war to get some rest."

LOL Too funny!

I'm so glad he is coming home. My heart just fell into a million pieces when my oldest boy left for the military. He's out now, was in for 7 years, one tour in Kosovo, two tours in Iraq.

I pray this time is filled with every blessing for you. (((Hugs)))


Thank you very much Faith.

Leslie said...

Your cup is nice, I just love those big coffee cups. You must be so happy to get to see your son and what a sweet guy to come home and help you out with all your projects. Have a great time together getting all those projects completed.


Leslie you are right. He is a very sweet guy!