Wednesday, July 16, 2008

4th of July weekend

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My sister Daphne and her husband, Shane, along with my brother Frank came into town for the 4th of July weekend. 8 kids between us, 9 days, 11 gallons of milk, 13 boxes of cereal, over 100 popsicles, some tears here and there but most importantly unforgettable memories were made! Here are some pictures of the fun things we did. FYI: In case you can't tell that the red headed children aren't mine, my kids are the one's whose names begin with "K". LOL!

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Bowling, bowling, bowling

Jon decided to wear his classy shirt for the special occasion of bowling. Lisa said he even ironed it.

Laurie kept getting gutter balls. Poor thing!

I think she's at a Motley Crue concert not the bowling alley. Actually, she's just happy she kept the ball in the lane.

I'm not sure who took this or why???

Laurie and her date (her sister Lisa) aren't quiet sure which way the looser sign goes... must run in the family:) Actually, these are the 4 looser L's- Lisa, Leslie, Laurie and Lisa.

Now they got it!

This was serious for Brent...

But not for Chanda.

Aren't we cute???

There has got to be some stragedy to beating the girls. (Laurie's sister had to play with the men since Jason was off in Alaska fishing.)

Hello!!! How you doin'???

Did I mention Lisa can moonwalk? Must be because she grew up in the 80's!

Just posing for fun! We had a great time. Even the single guys next to us couldn't believe we weren't drinking and still having fun. I think they thought we were alone. LOL!! Check out Laurie and Chanda's blogs for more fun pix!!

Texas Ranger's Game

Our ward had a night at the Ball Park to watch the Rangers but due to lightning it was cancelled so we could use our tickets any other night. So we went with the Green's and some of their neighbors to watch the Phillie's. It was great fun but it was so freakin' HOT!! I'm pretty sure any bit of make-up I was wearing was completely worn off. It was still at 100 degrees even after the sun set. Oh well, that's Texas for ya!