Monday, September 1, 2008

There's No Place Like Home

My big boy, Jordan. One of the best parts about going home!

Just wanted to give a heads up that I am blogging from sunny Scottsdale, AZ this week.

When we lost Remy a few weeks ago, my parents insisted in bringing us home for some much needed family time, and that is exactly what we are here to do.

Since I am not currently working, and G has a week off between summer classes and the fall semester, it seemed like a good time for a visit, so here we are! I arrived here on Friday and G landed this morning.

Here are some of the things that I am most looking forward to:

- Cuddling on the couch, in between Mom and Dad, and laughing at my brother's jokes (We love to laugh.)
- Seeing my best friend/neighbor/Maid of Honor, Brittany, and her family
- Shopping with the Mama (DUH!)
- Lunching and pedicures with Aunt and Mom
- Going to watch my very first varsity football game of little brother's (Go Titans!)
- Playing with my 120 lb. golden retriever (see above)
- Watching the Diamondbacks game from a suite at the ballpark
- Working out with the fam at the club

I hope you all had a fabulous Labor Day weekend, and enjoy your shortened work week!

6 comments:

Amanda said...

Have so, so much fun this week! You deserve a break from life at home!

Sarah's Fab Day said...

I'm so glad you got to come home and relax. Have fun!

Through the Looking Glass said...

Oooh, that all sounds de'lovely! And that little pooch - well, isn't he the handsome man! Your list of things to do is exactly like my list of things to do when I'm with my mom and sister. Enjoy this break because I'm sure you'll be back to frenetic pace before you know it.

Bethany Lenhart said...

Precious pup!!

The Lil Bee said...

I hope you are having a wonderful and relaxing time:)

Jessie said...

Thanks for the well-wishes, my darlings... our time was beyond wonderful and we're on our way home to KC as I type.

Oh, and I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who appreciates a big red dog!!! Wrapping my arms around his neck was so therapeutic.