After living in Levelland for six years, we said good-bye on Thursday April 14th! It was harder to say good-bye than I thought it would be. I was so upset I couldn't even really say, "Good-bye" to my friends and students. It was easier to just slip away and say, "I will see you later." I am so thankful God allowed us to live there for six sweet years and for the life-long friends I made during that time. Drew and his buddies (Brigthon, Jeffery, Drew and Nolan)My helper ;)Kade and his buddies (Kade, Payton, Trey, Brier, and Logan)My Kindergarten class at LCSIt took the largest U-haul and three trailer loads to move all our stuff. Easter 2011 - probably the sweetest Easter we have ever shared. We went an ate an AMAZING meal at my sister-in-law's house with my NEW niece and nephew. Her parents (Pops and Sita) made a prime rib roast.
It was so good to be with family. I can't explain how wonderful it has been moving to Childress. The stress of moving has been so hard, but we are loving living within walking distance of Rich, Charla and the twins. Drew and Kade are loving seeing Nonni and Papa at church too. Everyone in Childress has been INCREDIBLY friendly and welcoming. I just feel so blessed. The egg hunt
Caprock Canyon - a field trip with Childress Elementary
Kade loves posing for the camera and doing tricks. On the way back to Childress from Turkey, Texas, I got lost. We left before the bus left, and I took the road to Memphis instead of the "right" road. Kade told me, "Mom, you should have stayed with the teacher." :)Drew's new class and new teacher, Miss Stewart April 18th
My niece, Reese Kathleen My nephew, Truett Zeldon
Charla made us all shirts for the big day...they were a HUGE hit at the hospital and so fun to wear!
The boys were troopers. We left Childress at 3:30 in the morning and arrived in Lubbock around 7:00. The babies were born at 7:46/7:47. After we held Reese, we went to pick-up another load in Levelland and didn't get back to Childress until 10:30 that night. Talk about 2 tired little boys.