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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Happy Sunday everyone. We enjoyed a meal last night at Outback. There were 21 of us eating together to celebrate Uncle Charles birthday, who turned 80, Jimmy turned 46, and Peter who turned 32. The food was very good and the service was exceptional. I am so blessed to have such a loving family that likes to be around each other.
I am not doing very well at keeping this blog going, but then again maybe just the occassional post are enough for me. I have been seeing a lot of headboards made from old doors and am hoping to try one for myself. Peter and I have been married for almost 12 years and still do not have a headboard. That will give me something to blog about hopefully sooner than later but we'll see.
Hope you have a good Sunday in the Lord.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

My Family

Introducing my oldest:
Hayden Nicholas Theis
October 23, 2000
Loves to draw, hunt, and play with action figures

This is my second born
Canaan James Theis
March 5, 2004
He loves legos, and playing the video game

And last but not least is...
Greyson Charles Theis
March 10, 2007
He loves to play with anything that his brothers have
I could never tell you how much I love these three little men. They are my heart.
Oh I love you too Peter, you are the love of my life.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Miss Me?

Well I missed several days now. I have been busy doing the day to day stuff that a typical mom of three would be doing. Cleaning, Cooking, Laundry, Being a Taxi Driver, and Working. I did make a bubble gum machine fish tank. I found the idea here. The only changes I made were finding a mirror to close up the bottom for .99 cents at Michaels and I used silicone sealant in a caulk gun from Lowes for $5.69. I also bought a green grassy thing for $1.99 from Petsmart. I already had some blue marbles for the bottom. Pete's mom had given us the gumball machine a few years ago and it had just been sitting around, so I am glad to have a special place for it now.

Another poem by my grandmother
To My Children
(This would be Joseph Lee Boyte Jr., James Monroe Boyte Sr., John Klennar Boyte Sr., and Sylvia Boyte Speight)

Bear things well, Be true and brave.
Have patience. Your honor save.
If you fall, be sure to rise,
Through rifted clouds, see sunny skies.
Have an aim that's strong and true.
Let no bad habit master you.

Dec. 1940