I already had a scheduled appointment for Monday at clinic so that turned out to be good timing. I have been noticing its been harder to exercise the past couple of weeks so I wanted to check my lung function. Now they can see me tomorrow in all my germy glory.
Some exciting news to share happened November 21st, the day before Thanksgiving. My daughter, Christina, decided to join the Navy! She scored high on her preliminary tests and so the Navy was anxious to get her. The recruiter helped her jump through a couple hurdles that sped up the process and she ships off to basic training on the 12th of December. Yes, in a little less than three weeks she will fly to Illinois and begin her 4 year enlistment with the Navy. I am so proud of her because I know she is fearful about some things but it hasn't stopped her from making the commitment and moving forward. Every time I think about her, I start singing In The Navy in my head. I am a product of the 80's so I can't make it stop!
We had a nice Thanksgiving dinner the night before with the Larson family. Since Mary Anne had to work on Thanksgiving, we decided to celebrate early. But Josh stayed at home sick and Christina took longer at the Navy office than she planned so our feasting numbers were down. Then on Thanksgiving afternoon with no big meal to eat, Rheid, Christina, and I decided to see Rise of the Guardians. What a darling movie. Never been a big fan of Jack Frost but now he's the man!
|Baby Teeth, Jack Frost, Easter Bunny and Sandman.|
|Grandson pallbearers at the graveside.|
|Cutest witch and fireman ever!|
|We took Maggie to see Josh who was volunteering at the|
Otterbox house at Treatsylvania.
|What I deal with every Fall--Tucker plays in the|
leaves and then drags them in the house.