Small Town Living

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Sunday, June 1, 2008


This is the weekend in pictures......in no particular order.....


This is what I saw at Mom's house Fri. evening........M's got it made....I miss those days of getting to nap:)




















Saturday- I actually left the boys, after, I saw this.........at the new football practice field. BTW....thanks to all who have made this possible! The field...that is:)
















Friday- Don't ask me about the score of the game....but the fireworks were out of this world!! Had a great time!











Friday

Me and S messing with the camera:)















Friday- Another tradition passed down to son #2. Except a more modern version, being that I saw it done with a horse pulling the plow......you know the old gee and haw (spelling...not so sure of), but maybe you get the drift. Unless you are like this young guy sitting in church one day when my Dad used the above reference to steering a horse/mule....I cracked up...I could hear him ask his grandmother, "what did he just say.":) lol!!!!!!!! I'm not that old either, Dad just has old fashion values and to go along with that, old equipment. Anyway, it made me smile and at the same time sad. He's growing up way to fast.
I look forward to the weekend.....not for rest....just a change of scenery.
Carrie

3 comments:

Hayden #22 said...

carrie that was fun way up there in the bucket of that tractor. Although Tyler (the one controlling the bucket)gave Eligha,Ethan,and I a little scare.Remember now me and your son have a blog now so make sure you tell everybody.

Shaunta said...

It looks like you had a good weekend! I got tickled at the pic of the boys in the bucket on the tractor...and then made the pic bigger and realized that it was my nephew driving! Scary doesn't even begin to cover that one!

Cheryl said...

Love the pictures. I recognized everyone. The boys are really growing up in a hurry!! Love the look on everyone's faces. They look so happy. Makes me think about our "SPORTS" days. Always on the go and eating at concession stands. I don't want to go back but I still have very fond memories of those days! Thanks for sharing! Love You!