Sunday, August 2, 2009

Way too much fun!

I can't even begin to recount all of the fun experiences Anders and I had while in Texas. I'll try to with pictures!

Visiting with the sisters was the best thing I've done in a long time. I spent the first week with Erin and baby Garrett. We enjoyed relaxing, swimming and watching the boys play cars. One of the nights we all got together and had a summer dinner together which was wonderful! Garrett is getting so big and it was fun to spend such quality time with them.
Then I spent the longer part of the next week with Heidi, William and the kids. The quality time I spent with them can't be measured. The only glitch was that both my hubby and Erin's hubby were absent because of work. They were both so missed!

Among the many fun events we celebrated Abigail's 11th birthday at the local water park.

We got to know the Heidi's family dog Dolce. She was a real love! Another fun thing was getting to meet their new dog Roosevelt who they brought home today. He's a little more wild then Dolce but still so gentle and loving.

Visiting the stockyards in Fort worth was so much fun even though I've been there once before. It's the typical tourist thing to do while in Dallas and it is quite entertaining.

It was fun to weather a few summer storms as well. Last night Anders and Sam ran around in the rain until they were drenched. It was a great way to get their wiggles out and stay cool in the humid Texas heat.

There are a lot more pictures and a couple of fun videos to come.


Anonymous said...

So glad you had such a wonderful time! You're off to a good start. Looking forward to more pictures.
aunt G

Mom said...

Glad you're home safely and had a great time together with the sisters! Love the pictures, and we'll look forward to more, soon.

Mullins said...

Looks like a great time! Anders' hair is amazing!

Anonymous said...

Looks like you enjoyed your time in Texas with your sisters! The pictures are really good.

Were you surprised how Chris tidied up everything before you got home?

Retiring Old golfer - Grandpa J

Grandma Seelye said...

Welcome back! Sounds like a wonderful sisters reunion. Great pictures. Love you