Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Wonderland Park

Riding the Cyclone behind Hayden

A big giant swing for you and 24 friends

They were smiling because we hadn't hit the water yet.

She quickly passed the phone to me to go in my purse to stay dry.

A bird's eye view

Not near as fun with your parents

What is better than going to Wonderland Park? Going to Wonderland Park for FREE! The kids had a great time! Okay, the kids under 12 had a great time. Kate was more concerned with getting to Target and finding her size in low top black converse tennis shoes on sale. What does it mean when you take your kids to Wonderland without your husband? It means you get to ride the rides with your 8 year old son. Bumper cars, the Pirate ship, Cyclone... only a few bumps and bruises for the day.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Future Eagles!

Hayden participated in the Eagle Football Camp this summer and as a result, got to run onto the field at the first home game against Lubbock this week. He talked about this event all summer. He was ready! The whole family went to the school night game on Thursday. Hayden was ready. Not only did he have on his camp shirt, he had on his newly acquired Eagle jersey that a friend of mine gave him. They should have had a sign for them to run through that said "Future Eagles". Those boys were so excited to be in Kimbrough stadium for opening night of the 2010-2011 kick off to high school football in the Texas panhandle. To tell the truth, so were we! We love high school football. And we love being back in Texas! Bring it on! (in the third picture, Hayden is on the 42 yard line- dad, I know you'd be looking for him)

Thursday, August 19, 2010


Last year, our friends Molly and Caroline came to visit and we attempted to go see the musical drama "Texas". Attempted is the key word. A horrible storm came in and we got rained out. We got our tickets back and thought we might be able to see it again another night. This summer they came to visit again and we had a great time. It was a little warm, but not a storm cloud in sight. So glad we got to see it this year. It was fabulous!

Driver's Ed, Here We Come...

Well, our little girl is growing up. She just turned 15. What does a 15 year old want for their birthday? To be 16, so they can drive. So, parent taught driver's ed is in our near future. Happy Birthday my beautiful daughter!