Saturday, December 31, 2011

After the holidays

Well it’s been awhile since I got around to posting, but after leaving Colorado in October we headed to Texas to spend some time with the grandbabies.


We have had a wonderful time bonding with the little guys, although they can be a handful (4 and 2) whew!!   We have been in our daughters backyard for about 2 1/2 months which has made it very convenient for the boys to come and visit, like every morning by 8:00 AM.  Now Nana and Papa have been use to snoozing until say at least 9:00 and taking a nap around 2:00 ish in the afternoon, but they were having none of that.DSC01138grandbabies 019DSC01164

We have been to the beach, celebrated Halloween and finally Christmas, so after all the fun we had to leave on the 27th after Christmas.

Our original plans was to spend the winter in south Texas, but we all seem to have hit a speed bump this year and we are no exception, so we are back at our house in Georgia for awhile.  Unfortunately our renters moved out before their lease was up so we had to come back  and  take care of stuff so we will probably stay here until we can get this house sold.  Jerry has been offered a JOB so he will be working while I try to get rid of the monkey on our backs.  Guess we will pull a Steve and Carol and stay in the motorhome in the driveway since we got rid of all the furniture!                                                                                                                           

Oh well, we will be envious of all you guys out in the desert riding your quads, soaking up the sun,and having happy hours, but maybe the new year will be better and the economy will improve and we can sell this house quickly and bring our toys and come back and play again.

Happy New Year!


  1. When the house is listing because Canadian banks have new financing available for Canadians to buy US property. Ya never know.

    Happy New Year. We will miss you. Lordy, lordy!

  2. The boys are so cute. Glad you got to spend so much time with them.
    We can only pray that this year's economy is better than in the past! Good luck with the house sale.
    Enjoy the first day of the new year!