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We Got Him Moved

I was too tired to post last night, but we got Brandon moved yesterday. It was a long day, but we got everything done. His new dorm roommate wasn't back from Christmas break yet. I imagine he met him today. We hadn't eaten all day, so we took Brandon to Freddy's Frozen Custard before we left town. No, it wasn't in our plan for healthier eating, but we felt like we deserved it because we worked hard all day. Here's Corby pigging out on cones. He ordered a small vanilla cone, but the guy accidentally made him chocolate, and just gave it to us, along with the vanilla one. So of course I had to get a picture. He didn't make it through both cones, but he tried!

Here's me and my baby. Okay, so he's not my baby since he's the oldest - but as far as I'm concerned - when you're a mom - they're ALL your babies...

And here's a couple of pictures of the sun setting as we were driving home. This one is headed west into Salina...And this one is headed south on I-35 between Salina and McPherson.
My current book is Marley & Me by John Grogan. Since I enjoyed the movie, a friend loaned me the book. For those of you who have seen the movie, but NOT read the book - Marley was about 10 times WORSE than he was portrayed in the movie. I'm not sure I would have stuck with such an incorrigable animal. Okay, I probably would have, but still...


Lenore said…
After a hard day's work like that, a couple of cones is a nice reward.

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