I realized I haven’t been posting much here.  Most of the updates end up on Facebook.

Charlotte is enjoying her Junior year of college.  Morgan and Mason miss her, but they Skype and phone often, which helps.  We also have several family weekends planned where we’ll all be together as well.  She enjoyed her summer and really got into some art projects, thanks to some influence from Pinterest.  She did a few crafts and paintings for Morgan’s room as well as some things for her own apartment.

Mason in enjoying school as well and is glad to have Cub Scouts start back up.  We’ve already got some camping trips planned which he’s looking forward.  And, like all the other Scouts, he’s excited about all the other activities:  BB guns, archery, fishing, camp fires, s’mores, etc.

Morgan is doing fine as well.  She turned four last month and is doing normal 4-year-old stuff.  She’s become great friends with the little girl next door and usually is running over there directly after school to play.

We all had a great summer with some great trips and lots of time together as a family.  I couldn’t ask for more.

Take care,


GCSU and ZTA 2012 Family Day

We had a great time at the Georgia College and State University Family Day and the ZTA Family Day this past Saturday and Sunday!

I’m not sure who liked it best: Mason and Morgan because they got to spend time with Charlotte or Charlotte because she got to spend time with Mason and Morgan.

I’ll try to update this post with some pictures in the coming days.

Family update….

Well, it’s been a little over a week since we helped get Charlotte moved into college. She’s having a great time and is enjoying spending time with all of her new friends. Classes begin today. We can’t wait to hear how it went.

Mason and Morgan are missing her greatly. Luckily, between e-mail, phone calls, text messages, and Skype video calls, she’s keeping in touch with them (and us).

Mason started school today. He was so excited. There are plenty of neighborhood kids in his classes, so he’ll have many familiar faces as well as the new friends he’ll make.

Morgan is running around getting into, and asking about, everything….just like a two year old should. She’s really missing Charlotte and often cries when we have to remind her that Charlotte lives away at school. The Skype video calls helps her though, so we’re thankful for that.

I’ve posted plenty of recent pictures on my Facebook profile, so check those out if you get a chance.