Sunday, February 15, 2009

Sleepy Sunday

Friday felt more like Valentine's Day then yesterday. Bryn and Jadyn both had basketball games yesterday. Bryn's games resemble a civilized game of Kill the Man with the Ball. There is a little bit of shooting and attempts at dribbling, but most of the time is spent trying to get the ball. Her team is unique in that the coach's older daughter and her friends have been helping out Bryn's team and doing a fantastic job. Jadyn scored a basket during her game which is pretty exciting. Katelyn went out with her female friends and their boyfriends to dinner and a movie. Trevor got her a really nice bracelet from James Avery. Today we just went to church and then the girls got to hang out with their grandma afterwards while I took a nap. I'm excited about having a day off tomorrow with the girls.


Al Rearick said...

Must've been a lazy day for everyone, as that about describes life around the corner here!

That was such a sweet picture of Jadyn you posted. The fact that it's kinda fuzzy actually adds to the charm!

Have a great day off tomorrow. I hope you and the girls get to do something fun tomorrow.

In Him and around the corner (and continuing to pray for you guys AND hoping that Bryn hasn't had any more nightmares),


Anonymous said...

Sweet Son-In-Love,
What a blessing it was to spend the day with the girls. Oh my gosh, they are funny and charming and sweet. I just love how they love each other so much. If we could just bottle that up and spread it around, what a wonderful world this would be. You and Jes were and are such wonderful role models of what God wants parents to be. I am so very proud of you.

Al Rearick said...

Hey Jacob, how's your Grandma Betty doing? I can't remember exactly what your Aunt Sandy said when I last saw her and she was going to visit your Grandma at the hospital, but I want to say she had been moved out of ICU or was going to be moved out of ICU or something like that.

Anyway, just know that she's in my prayers along with you and the girls.

In Him and around the corner (and loving that "Mother-in-Love" and "Son-in-Love" stuff; nice to see someone else who's blessed with wonderful in-laws),