Monthly Archives: June 2008

Packing away my worries

Its 10:50 pm and I have just spent the last 2 hours ironing clothes that are sure to get wrinkled on our 9-11 hour journey to the coast. It’s been 2 years since our last vacation and I want things … Continue reading

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Nene and Meme

Thank you to all of our prayers warriors for lifting up Baby Trent in your thoughts and prayers. Julie and Bill went in for another sonogram this morning and found out that although Trent’s left kidney has a mass on … Continue reading

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Happy 9 months MR

Mary Reese is 9 months old today! To celebrate, we headed over to Target to purchase a big-girl car seat with a big-girl price tag (who knew car seats were so expensive?). There were two color options: a two tone … Continue reading

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Calling my prayer warriors

Short post, but just wanted to ask everyone to say a prayer for my husband, Garrett. He had a mole removed a few weeks ago and got a call from the doctor this morning that it is stage one melanoma. We are … Continue reading

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A big win for the Georgia Bulldawgs and a box of pink poodles

I won’t pretend to know much about college baseball, but I do know (thanks to my husband) that the bulldawgs rallied to defeat Fresno State in game one of the College World Series. The game meant that I got to enjoy … Continue reading

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Three sweet girls and an incredibly fun weekend

Saturday was a day worthy of praise. Fried Chicken, pictures on the Darden lawn, good weather, a girl’s shopping trip, and Bill’s famous hamburgers and hotdogs. God is good and He has certainly blessed the Boucek’s, Ermlich’s, and Harvey’s with three … Continue reading

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Yay for grown up time and happy babies

Tonight, we hit the town for Friday’s After Five with Julie and Bill and Dawn and Spike (Bill’s sister and her husband). In the old days, these outings would be marked by a late night on the downtown mall followed by … Continue reading

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Ahhh haaaa…

Day #4 of hunger strike. No not me, MR. When I picked her up from the gym this morning, I realized why. Little Miss Mary Reese was having a ball, sitting in a high chair and enjoying a four course … Continue reading

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