Sunday, September 28, 2008

The start of a brand new week...

Saturday's football game was in Waynesboro. We won. Dylan only played 3 plays. He was given a different position, some other kid plays his spot as inside linebacker. Not really sure about the details on that. Trey seems to think it is related to the ankle incident a few practices earlier. On the way to the game we followed the other parents from the sandhill school. On the way home we relied on our memory. We took the wrong road. I told Trey we should turn around or call Ryan. He said, "Why, every road leads to somewhere." Hmmm. So after 20 min... the road we were on, that was leading us to somewere, turned to dirt. Trey looked at me and said, "We are officially lost." My husband is a proud, headstrong kinda guy. I was so so very relieved that at the first gas station we came to, he did ask directions (surprisingly). And we were lost but heading in the right general direction. Dirt roads and tons of laughing later, we still managed to get home in the same amount of time it took to get there. Which is funny to anyone who knows where I live, we got there by ways of Waynesboro and got home by ways of Richton (complete opposite ways). Today was the last day of the Pecan Festival. There was no traffic getting in or leaving. We went first thing this morning and managed to avoid any lines. And the weather was pleasant. For all of those that attended the festival last year, Sunday morning is the best time to go. There are no funny stories to report about Laiken, she was in a terrible mood most of the day. Alot of crying and screaming. On those days you often wonder, "whose kid is this?!" The time that she was happiest, she was on a jumping thing that she has done several times at the mall. It has harnesses to strap around her little body that are attatched to huge bungee type rubber bands. She stands on a mini trampoline. The bands are then stretched really high and the guys who operate it pull on her harness and let go, flinging her high into the air. She goes up about twenty five to thirty feet. It is so ridiculusly funny to watch her. She loves it so much. The next time we go to the mall, I have to video tape it. It is truly unbelievable. But she would ride a pony ride, she was scared. That was pretty much our weekend, busy but fairly uneventful. Next week starts Monday with football, Tuesday football, Wednesday USM, Thursday football, and Friday Dylan goes to his Mom's. Trey has to stay in LA and work this weekend.

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