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Spring Bucket List

Well, we made it back in town from the funeral late last night, and I have to say that we are rocking this two kid.  We dressed them both for bed before we left Lexington, and only one major meltdown, we made it back to Bowling Green with TWO sleeping kiddos!!

They were both up early this morning, so I got up with them and went back to sleep once Eric woke up.  Needless to say that we didn't make it to church, but everyone truly needed the rest after the physically and emotionally exhausting week.

Anyway, it's a beautiful day here, and spring is FINALLY in the air. This brought the revelation that I have yet to make a Spring Bucket list.  Seeing as we have a five week old, I think this year's list may be a bit shorter than normal, but I'm learning to let some things go.  As for defining spring, we celebrate here at the Watson home starting on March 17th, and we consider the season over on Memorial Day.  So, what is on the agenda?

1. Saint Patrick's Day Fun (check)
2. Easter Celebrations (check)
3. Planting The Garden
4. WKU Spring Football Game
5. Meeting Alex and James in Owenboro
6. Eli's New Swing Set
7. Sprucing Up The Patio
8. Updating The Spring Porch
9. Planning Amy's Bridal Shower
10. Playing At The Park
11. Feeding The Ducks
12. Going to Hot Rod's Game
13. Watching Baseball
14. Celebrate Earth Day
15. Celebrate Mother's Day


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