Monthly Archives: June 2011

Back to Normal

The Baileys have left. Now what? Good thing we have the car to deal with to keep things exciting. Actually, there is some semi-good news on that front. We took the car to the shop this morning (the light had … Continue reading

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Bailey Visit Day 2

After deciding that the line of storms was going to go south of us, we headed east to a place called Deep Creek, which is just inside of the Smoky Mountain National Park. You can rent tubes for $3 each … Continue reading

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Bailey Visit

The Baileys arrived sometime after midnight last night, and we have had a full day today: playing in the woods outside this morning, drive to Andrews this afternoon to see the church and look at a house we were thinking … Continue reading

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First Garden Harvest

Haven’t been to the garden in a week. Besides lots of weeds, these were waiting for us as well:    

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Drive-In

We took the girls to the drive-in in Georgia last night along with lots of other families from church to see Cars II. We got there early to get a front row seat. There is a large area of grass … Continue reading

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Softball Game

We lost a close one, letting the other team score 4 runs in the first extra inning to win 13-12. But we had lots of fun. The clouds and drizzle that had been around all day decided to go away … Continue reading

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Reunion

We will finally have everyone back together today. We pick up the girls from camp at 11:00. Dana and I had a good time in Atlanta; though, I think they could have squeezed the three day conference into about a … Continue reading

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