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Great Weekend!

Kaleb is home for the weekend. Classes start at K-State week after next, so it's good to get to see him before the craziness of college begins again. Kaitlin starts classes at WSU on Monday the 20th...

Saturday morning Kaitlin and I went out to Super Car Guys so she could finally sign paperwork on her new Isuzu Ascender. They had to take the car out to Suzuki to fix the headlights - it just needed a new relay. Thankfully they gave her a loaner car to drive, since they picked the Isuzu up on Wed. and she didn't get it back until Friday afternoon! There are still of couple of things they need to fix on the interior, so she has to make an appt. to take it back out there.

The boys met us at When Pigs Fly. We got lunch to go and went to Rhonda's for lunch. Corby had to work, so he missed out on the good lunch. We originally planned on going out for dinner, but our lunch was so filling we opted to stay in. We all went to the grocery store, where I bought Kaleb a few groceries to take home with him. We took my car & Kaleb's car so we could both get gas. Brandon let me use his gas points and I got gas for 80 cents off per gallon; so did Kaleb as he had that many points too!

The kids went to see a movie late afternoon - The Candidate. I didn't want to go because I don't like Will Ferrell and he was one of the stars.

We had taquitos and queso for dinner, and then sat on the deck for a while to enjoy the beautiful evening. We even let Muffin come out for a while.

We watched American Reunion, a raunchy movie, which the guys liked. I didn't care for it, and I don't think Kaitlin did either.

Now enjoying a leisurely Sunday. I went to Panera and got bagels for breakfast, now I'm doing the usual laundry and paying bills. Brandon went to play touch football with Brady, and the twins went with Corby to Walmart.


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