Thursday, July 8, 2010

Where Did the Day Go?

I can not believe how fast the day passed by today!! It seems like I got up this morning, checked some emails, caught up on some blogs, finished a card I started last night and then it was time to get dressed and take the kids to the library. We checked out over 20 books and then met Daddy for lunch and then went to the Sears furniture store to look for a new dining room table and beds for the boys. These are the chairs we chose but not counter height, just dining table height:

These have a leather seat so we can wipe them off. Our current chairs look awful with all the food stains so we are happy to replace them!

We bought one bed with storage drawers and a trundle bed similar to this:

The other bed is similar in styling but no drawers or trundle bed. We also bought the boys new mattresses so they are now set until they move away from home! Thank you Lord for how you've provided for us! Ray and I were remarking how we were so blessed to be able to chose what was best for our family and our family's needs not be guided by price alone! Can't wait to get our new dining room furniture! Will post pictures of it in a few weeks when it arrives!

After our crazy furniture shopping adventure, we came home and the boys got out their newly checked out library books while Cole just hung out and Peyton and myself went to Wal-Mart and picked up some much needed items. We had about 30 minutes at home before we had to get out the door for Jack's game against NWLL.  I gladly took on the job as pitch counter, since that means I have to "concentrate" and can not watch Cole and Peyton, so Ray has to watch time. No hardship on my part, ha ha! It was a close game until the bottom of the 4th inning when Bowridge blew the game wide open and ended up invoking the 10-run mercy rule winning 16-5. Jack pitched in this game, coming in the game to shut down the other team in the midst of a rally. It's an off day tomorrow for both boys, no games and no practices and back at it on Saturday morning!

See you tomorrow!

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