First Stop...........Idaho. My friend Kendal finally made it to the temple to be sealed with her hubby Steven. I was fortunate to be able to attend. I was only there to days. Tuesday was temple day and Wednesday we shopped all day and then went to their Parade of Homes where I got a camel toe. I had never been to Idaho, so it was nice to go. It reminded me a lot of Ohio. Her kids are such cuties! Colton is turning 4 and Brodie just turned 1. I loved that Colton is such a snugly boy. One morning he woke early, something I am Not used to, and instead of waking his mom, he crawled up and laid by me on the couch, giggled a little and fell back to sleep.
(Colton and Brodie)
(This is the "Camel Toe" I got in Idaho when I put the stupid booties on, I think you had to be there)
luckily for me Kendal came along to keep me company and help. We had to land 3 places before arriving in Ohio. I was so ready to be off the plane. We got this rental to drive for the week
.........isn't it funny.
It's a Subaru, or as Kevin would say a Stuparu. I had to go back to take care of our house and try and find new renters while I was there. The house was in surprisingly in great shape. So not to much work had to be done on the inside, just some touch up and a little fixing here and there. A lot of work needed to be done on the outside, but we got it done. I so loved being in Ohio! I love how green and beautiful it is there. There is a waterfall there that no one knew about until recently.
I wanted to move back until I was stung by a stupid baby hornet. OUCH! I decided visiting will do just fine, there are to many flying bugs there. I even was blessed to find renters while I was there! They are really nice people.
(Rob, Jenny, Clavin, Chloe)
Seeing old friends was so great. I spent a lot of time with my good friend Jenny and her family. We eat lunch a lot and one night we played Rock Band with the kids. (Thanks Calvin for teaching me how to play.)
We also got to have lunch with Alisha and I went to church and saw a few other friends. It was such a long time to be gone, but fun. I even think my family missed me a little. Thanks Kendal for helping me.