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Margaritaville!

We had a wonderful get-together at On the Border this afternoon. The margaritas were great! Of course, I was the only one drinking - and I'm not even much of a drinker. It was great seeing my niece, Lenore and my nephew, Nick. Even though Nick lives here, I don't get to see him much, as his work hours prevent us from seeing much of each other. We did make a pact to get together and see a movie over the Thankgiving holiday. We will be going to Oklahoma on Thanksgiving to spend it with Charles, but I'll have to come back Thanksgiving night as I have to work on Friday.

Here are some pictures from our afternoon out. Kaleb with Nick (Brandon provided Kaleb's rabbit ears)...

Kaitlin and Brandon
Mom, Terry, Sandy and Lenore
Lenore and Mike
Ryan and Diana

Diana in her Garth t-shirt (I can't wait until tomorrow night!)
Me with my sister Rhonda

Mom and LenoreTHE WHOLE CREW minus me - I'd rather be taking the picture!We are childless tonight, as Brandon went to a concert at the Cotillion with a friend, and Kaleb and Kaitlin are both working. WOO HOO! Mom and Dad time!

I'll post again after the Garth concert...I'll be out of pocket for the next 36 hours or so...

Comments

Cowgirl said…
have a blast at the concert, i can't wait to hear all the details!!
Daniel said…
this looks like a fun time. wish i had been there. best greetings to corby and the kids.

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