Sunday, March 15, 2009

DEAR MOM AND DAD ..........

In an attempt to have my grandchildren some 600 miles away from their parents, I am allowing them to keep mom and dad posted on their daily events. With some help of course.
WE MET THE PILOT AND COPILOT. WE CHATTED WITH THEM WHILE THEY ATE BREAKFAST AND GOT READY FOR THE FLIGHT. THEY SEEMED QUALIFIED. OUR FIRST FLIGHT AND NO FEAR HERE...DAD! HOUSTON LAYOVER WHEN WE GOT TO SEA WORLD THE HONEYMOONERS, JORDAN AND BRANDON WERE THERE. THEY WERE LOTS OF FUN TO HANG OUT WITH. SEA WORLD HERE WE COME!!!! CHECKING OUT THE HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS... WELL...THE FIRST THING WE DID WAS EAT WE CONQUERED THE "STEEL EEL" WE MADE SOME NEW FRIENDS SAW A 4-D PIRATE MOVIE JADEN'S MODE OF TRANSPORTATION JACOB HAD FUN ALL DAY SNACKS FOR THE DOLPHINS ON OUR WAY TO CHURCH...Jaden tuck in your shirt!!! Love ya Mom, Dad, Kaelynn and Jared. We are on our way to the Lexington!!!

4 comments:

Jake and Julia Soler said...

Yay! Pictures, I'm so excited to see them! Yall are definitely having fun, I can see that. Too bad they will no doubt be bored now when they come back...Borger isn't quite as fun. We miss yall! Oh, I'm going to post pictures of the puppy, just in case you are interested mom...its a boy.

Diane said...

Looks like fun is being had by all. I know it is hard being away from your Grandkids and kids too. At least someday when Craig and I have Grandkids they will only be 3 hours away since Kimberly is in Austin. I think Austin is where Josh will end up too. Also, congratulations on the newest grandbaby!!

Jake and Julia Soler said...

ocean pictures, fishing pictures??? :-) Can't wait to see all the fun yall had in the sun!

Diane said...

Donna,

I'm relatively certain Azaleas will do well in Portland. You should have almost the same climate as we have. They have a variety of colors and bloom very early. They also keep leave year 'round.

I am slowly learning what to plant. You know how it is being from the panhandle...the only thing I knew to plant was pansies and petunias.