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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Just About Settled In Here...


We are well here - Dave is MUCH improved from his surgery, although yesterday morning we paid a visit to the ER once again for a migrane that crept up on him. We wanted to rule out that it wasn't related to anything from the surgery. Now he seems much better. He's definitely ready to return to work on Tuesday.

Tomorrow we're planning a trip to the Nebraska State Fair! I'm excited, and the boys are getting excited, too.

For those readers along the Gulf Coast and on the FL Peninsula, please take care of yourselves, your families and your homes in preparation of Hurricane Gustav and Tropical Storm Hanna. Good luck!

In other news, yesterday I received an e-mail from the same soccer club that called and said Jacob was able to get onto a team. It said that Jake now is NOT on a team due to a lack of coaches and they're in desperate need of coaches.

So, GULP, I wrote back and said that I have a minimal amount of soccer experience (I played for a season in high school in 10th grade) but I think I can convey enough soccer skills to a group of 5-6 year olds. It's two hours per week for only 7 biggest challenge will be making sure I can get to the practices while we still have just the one car. Practices are twice weekly at 6pm, so far, Dave has not come home later than 5:15pm...I think we'll be fine.

Happy Labor Day, friends! Don't forget to change your shoes and purses from your summer to winter collections (heck, I'm the LAST person to abide by that rule!).

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At Sunday, August 31, 2008 at 6:09:00 PM CDT , Blogger Maryann Goldman said...

Hey, I know you were just joking about the 'white' rule, but... In NJ it made sense to bring out the summer clothes end of May and put them away end of August. In NC, it's more like end of March and end of Oct. I will definitely wear less white after Labor Day but it won't be too far back in the closet either! We'll be having 80+ daytime temps here in NC for a while. When did you tell me you could expect your first frost?


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