Sunday, June 27, 2010

A bit of this and that!


Hi, everyone! Since the last posting, much has happened. I'm going to just do bullet statements to make it short and sweet & then I'll fill in details later.
  • Jen's bridal shower was wonderful.
  • The wedding on May 30!!! Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. (The official date on the marriage license is December 17, 2009 -- they did their wedding European style. They met with the Justice of the Peace in December and had the wedding celebration with family and friends on May 30, 2010.)
  • I finished teaching on June 17th with my subbing for Mead, Medical Lake and Spokane School Districts. It was a great year of experience for me and I eagerly await news to know if I've been selected for any of the jobs I've applied for in Spokane.
  • No job for this summer so I am off playing. I leave on the 1st for Mesa, AZ to spend time with my longtime girlfriend Wendy. Then on the 8th, I fly to Ft. Lauderdale to spend time with my cousin Gigi. I know...it's going to be H-O-T but I plan on keeping cool the entire time or be in the water. I can't wait to fly out of Spokane and get away for a few weeks.
  • Lots of other little things happening this summer so I'll be back and forth out of the house in Spokane until mid August.
  • Jennifer and I have spent this past week thrift store and yard sale shopping. Baby Bellamy is due November 19th and I'm sooooooooooo excited about being a grandma. I can't help looking at all of the cute baby items that are for sale. Jen and Brad hopefully get to find out the sex of the baby on July 1st. I get to be there for that special moment, too! (ohh, the fun danger of knowing if it's a girl or a boy....more shopping potential for me!)
  • And that's it from the peanut gallery for tonight. Stay tuned for more details and pictures.
What's new in your little part of the world? I want to hear!

1 comment:

joyceandnorm said...

Sounds like some exciting stuff going on over there!! Congrats again your daughter's marriage and grandbaby on the way! Hope to hear good news about the jobs. Safe travels and have a wonderful summer.