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A Real Date

We had wonderful time in Lexington celebrating Labor Day with my family even through I completely forgot my camera.  The kids fell asleep on the way up there, so as you can imagine, they were wired when we made.  It was almost 3am before Eli finally conked out…lovely!  

My mom and dad watched the kids on Saturday so that Eric and I could have a little date.  We decided to go golfing since I owned clubs for four years and never used them!  We played "best ball" which was a goo thing because I am just plain rotten at the game.  Ha! Oh well.  It was lots of fun, and best of all, I got to spend some quality time with my mom.  That's what it's all about, ya'll!  We had so much fun that we are going to plan our anniversary trip around playing golf…who knows, I might even improve a little. 

After playing golf we took the kids to Monkey Joes to play around before hitting up Joe Bologna's for pizza!  Sunday was a very emotional day for our family, but this is neither the time nor the place to talk about that, but I want to document it for my memory. 

Sunday night after supper we took the kids to Shannon's gym to run around and play before bedtime.  It wore them plum out!  Ha!  Yesterday we had a quick lunch at Applebee's before hitting the road.  We actually left Ellie with my mom and dad since they will be back in Bowling Green later this week for Grandparent's Day at school.   It's going to be a crazy week!


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