Monday, December 29, 2008

Much to do?

I am so shocked that I really don't have a lot to do today. I need to trim my rose bushes, go to the store, and that is about it.
I can't believe I have all the laundry done, the kitchen is clean, so there is really not a lot I have to get done today! I am so amazed.
Last night was just so tired that he came home and went right to bed. So I packed his dinner up for lunch. I am just so blessed to have a man that works and provides for us very well.
We know two couples that are getting married and I have been really thinking about what to get them. I wanted to buy them something useful. So I asked both couples and neither of them have a cake server set for the wedding. So I went down to the base and I bought one set. I did good. I was able to buy a Lenox set for $50! The price tag on it said $58 per piece, but that was retail and not the military price. I am just glad that I found something nice and something they will use.
We are finally getting some nice weather and Ryan has actually been outside playing! I told Rusty that it is nice to see him playing with other children and doing something other then sitting in the house.
This morning I watched the bucket list and that was an awesome movie! I have a few things on my bucket list, but I can't go and do them unless Rusty dies first. I want to spend a Christmas in Bethlehem. Rusty said the only way I am going to the Middle East is if we go with the protection of the marines. I know that area of the world is not safe, but I still want to go there.
Well my rose bushes are calling me.


Melissa said...

thats great u have everything done

Heli gunner Tom said...

There used to be a time when I volunteered for combat and adventure.. but now days I would have to agree with your hubby about such travel where so many people would just love to kidnap and hurt Americans. Let's use our head in these violent times...please!
I am happy that you have a blessed life where you can pay all the bills.

'Old Soldier Tom's Journal'

nancybrownowl said...

hi kellie your life sure is a busy one seeI am smiling your children seam to settle down to all the going ons in the family great stuff. sorry about my blog tried to put pics on of last christmas playing with the WII they were hillarious but nowing me the pics didnt work some day ill get the hang of it lol old age dont come its self god bless from nancybrownowlxx

LIZ said...

Just stopping by to say Hello I know I have been MIA since my hubby got home. But I am trying to catch up and get on a Yeah like that is ever gonna happen.


Pamela said...

Nice to have all of your chores caught up. Enjoy that, it's rare, huh? LOL!
I have no desire to see the Middle East. One time I did. Not now. I think I'll go to Europe.
Have a good night.

a corgi said...

I think it would be neat to go to Bethlehem; we are somewhat thinking if we can pull it off to go to Israel for our 30th (2010). It was beautiful today weather-wise!! I hope it continues!

it is nice to have a day that you don't have a lot of chores; I hope you found ways to do some fun things for yourself

those cake servers seem like great gifts!

silly me, but the one thing I want to do that I have to wait until my hubby dies is get a tattoo; he doesn't like them so out of respect I'll wait....but if I get too old....then I won't get one

enjoy Tuesday


ADM DESIGN'S said...

That's wonderful u have everything done

Chrissie said...

I'm glad you had a day that you were caught up on everything. That is always a nice surprise.
Glad the weather is so nice to go outside. We throw Kyan outside every chance we get when it warms up here may be a few months before another warm day.
Just in case I don't get back on here, I wanted to tell you all happy new year. I wish many blessings on your family in the new year. Glad I meet you.
Take care and Hugs, Chrissie

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