Today Jordan played in his first non-school related tennis tournament. He played 4 games from 8:00a.m – 2:00p.m. He played so well and was complimented several times on his forehand! He won his first game 6:2, lost his second 6:1, won the third 6:3 and won his fourth 6:1! Amazing tennis!! Since he lost one game that dropped him to the consolation bracket which he won. Way to play Jordan!
International Star Wars Day was galactic fun at work! We ordered May the Fourth shirts to wear and had fun with our patients & light sabers. Dr. J surprised us all with an unexpected fishing trip during our staff lunch. He ran into Academy and bought rods and worms then we picked up our lunches to-go and took a little hike up and then down hill to a serene lake. The live worms we had were x-large and no one was getting a bite even though we could see large fish beneath the water. This wasn’t my first fishing trip so I showed them how it was done. I put a piece of crouton from my salad on my hook and then gently laid my line on the water. Three seconds later I had a bite and reeled in the first fish!!! It was so much fun! What a wonderful creative boss we have that likes spending time with us. We now have office rods and if the schedule ever falls apart we can lock the doors and put out our ” Gone Fishing” sign!
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Gayley at Morgan’s lacrosse game.
Last night was so much fun celebrating the 2018 Middle school tennis team. Odd as it may seem this middle school banquet was held at a winery. Wine o’clock right! The parents of one of the girls on the team owns and operates this local winery so they provided the venue (no wine was served). It was not only beautiful but the catering was delicious. The kids had a blast singing and dancing and all of us adults enjoyed the entertainment. I must say they had really good taste in the music picking all 80’s music. Good parenting. Jordan received the boys Almond Joy award for bringing so much joy to the team. He really does love tennis and has developed into quite a good player thanks to great coaches. He will continue to be on a summer YMCA team and play in a tournament down in Auburn, AL to finish out summer league. Such a joy to watch Jordan play and see him so happy.
That’s right you heard it correctly. Soo-Ee yes we bought a Berkshire pig! After watching many many many pig farming you-tube videos on how it all works from buying the pig, building the pen, feeding, watering, cost, getting ready for processing and then how much meat you actually get out of whatever pound pig you take to market we felt ready to go for it. We bought our impregnated pig from our deer processor. One farmer said she was due beginning of April but the other one said end of April, early May. At first we wondered if she was even pregnant at all but lately she has started looking bigger. She has made quite a mess in her pen and the heavy rain we’ve had lately has made quite the mud hole in the barn. We have a dirt guy that we’ve hired to come out and fix the drain issues around the barn but we are still waiting on him to come out. Our friend Russ joined us in purchasing her and will pay for half the processing as well. We will split the meat and we have other friends wanting to buy some from us as well. However many piglets she has we will divide them among us and will sell some, keep some to fatten up and process for us or to sell. Will we continue with the pig farming? Not sure. It’s taken lots of checking on, fixing problems pig has caused, watering and feeding and scooping poop out. Perhaps we will just fill our freezer, share some with friends and sell a few piglets off and call it a life experience. The End. And NO we have not named the pig. You don’t name your food.
I simply love it when my perennials pop up and bloom. This year my Iris’ have been beautiful and abundant. I just bought several bags of discount bulbs and can’t wait to figure out where I’m going to plant them. It’s always a delight when they come in and I see all their colors. Love gardening, love flowers!
While we were at Lake Martin Jordan paddled Gayley along the lake to collect flowers. Some he was able to pick while staying on the paddle board but some he had to gently get off not to tip Gayley over and picked the ones she wanted. He was so sweet to her asking where she wanted to go next. They had the best time on the lake together collecting flowers.