Been so busy didn’t realize I hadn’t updated this place in quite some time… here’s a couple of albums to chew on. There’s a couple of private albums with some of Carson’s classmates in it, you’ll need to mail me directly for a link to those (in case I haven’t sent you a link yet.)
This was a hilarious Dilbert strip from last week that I wanted to put up for Friday Funnies, but I just didn’t get the chance too… so here it is today instead. Please click the image to take you to the Dilbert site so that Scott Adams gets the web traffic he so richly deserves for being the creator of one of the greatest comic strips ever.
LIFE CHANGING TIPS AND TRICKS!!!! Hey, I know it’s been awhile but never fear I have a good one today… especially for you home owners out there. How to burglarproof your doors. I know I am going to be doing a couple of the suggested things in there, I had been thinking of a moat and drawbridge but maybe just some improvements to the doors would be a cheaper route.
We packed up the van with our little family and grabbed my mom as well to travel out to visit Jenni’s relatives in Negley, OH. We had a very relaxing weekend, we couldn’t even get cellular signals, let alone internet. I didn’t even take that many photos, all on the last day… here they are anyway. 🙂
Last two days in Branson! We went to the Titanic Museum, which was awesome… they don’t allow photography inside but I snapped a couple outside that are pretty good. Later that day we went back to Celebration City and rode some more rides. I took two pics of the welcome center for the resort as well so that I could remember what it was called.
On our 6th day in Branson we took a Scenic Train Ride… it was a two hour trip complete with snack/drink service. The kids had a great time and the dome cars were really cool to ride in. That night we went to Celebration City… Carson got to ride a whole lot more rides than our last trip to an amusement park. He’s now right at 42 inches tall. On with the show…
So day 5 rolls around… we took it easy in the morning, the boys wanted to play on the park near our condo but that didn’t last long given the crazy heat. In the afternoon we went to a Broadway tribute show they did a ton of show tunes with matching sets, it was pretty good. On our way to dinner at Dick Clark’s 57 Heaven Diner we stopped at the Stone Hill Winery for a tour, some samples, and a few supplies.