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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Hurricane is coming............ batton down the hatches!

*Orren at the table he got for Christmas "studying" I am so happy he can finally use it!

We are watching the Gulf! Our home is open to all friends and family that may need a place to seek refuge!
Lemons off of GrandMaMa's lemon tree, "Louie"

We would like to congratulate all the new members of out city council. We are saddened that Hal did not get elected. Next time Hal, next time!

*Orren in our living room trying to decide which ball to play with!

It has been a day. I think if it could go wrong today it has! My goodness, one of those days to go to bed and pull the covers over your head! That is OK though, "tomorrow is another day"

The children are still enjoying Chief and GrandMaMa and are dreading tomorrow. Of course with Gustav, they will be turning right back around and headed this way by Sunday at least.
We took Chief to Tip Top Grille today. It was a gorgeous day with an awesome breeze and the temp said it was 75 degrees with wonderful sunshine. It is BBQ time when Joe gets home.
Chief's favorite!

We are very concerned and cannot think much about anything but the Hurricane. We will post as we know more and can think more clearly. Please keep Kayla in your prayers, her wedding is next weekend. Might not happen if there is no power and the Hurricane hits.

All of our family is along the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Gulf Shores,(except for Jarrod and Katy who are in North Carolina) some part of our family will be affected. Please know we love you all and our home is open for you.

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