Daddy had to take his boss and boss' wife to Jackson Hole of Labor Day weekend. They were gracious enough to let us tag along. We had a really great time. The boy did really well flying on the airplane and he seems to be a very good traveler. The first day, we took the boy to the town park which we could walk to from our hotel. The boy had a blast on the slides. The second day, we went to the park in the morning. We then met daddy's boss and wife for lunch. After lunch, we rode a cable car tram to the top of one of the Grand Teton peaks. The last day, we drove to Yellowston National Park. It is an awesome park and we had a good time. It was a LONG LONG drive though. We were in the car for 12 hours and Eric was TIRED by the time we got back to the hotel. Enjoy the photos!
We had a very sick boy for a couple days. He had a fever of 104. He was diagnosed with a throat virus and had blisters in his throat and mouth. He is enjoying a milkshake since that is about all he could eat because of the blisters. Poor baby!
The first time I heard this song on KSBJ, or at least really heard the song, I again knew my mom was okay. I knew she was there beside me. This is a beautiful tribute for those who have gone home and for those of us who will go home some other day.
Here is the finished book case Daddy built. It is so nice and he did an excellent job! He saw one he liked at Wal-Mart but it was not made well. He took pictures with the cell phone camera and came home and built this! He is very talented. It was a difficult project and the end result is gorgeous!
We got to go on the baseball field for the national anthem with his cousin's baseball team. This was a UH Cougar game. We had a great time. PePaw has more photos and I will post them once he sends them to me. His cousin had a team shirt made for him which is really cute.
We did some remodeling in our study. We took out the built in shelves and made it a bedroom again. So, we need a book case now. Daddy decided to make one. He has done a darn good job on it! We just need to stain it now.