Jesse and I were up around 6:30 and we had our coffee and sat at the computers for awhile.
After awhile I went to get a shower and get dressed because we were going to run some errands.
We left the house around 11am. We went to Target first. I wanted to see if they had the game called Sequence and they did :~) we had played it with Ed and Marilyn and we liked it and I thought it would be a good game to play with the children.
After that we went to Blockbuster to rent some movies, then to Chili’s for some lunch. After our belly’s were full we went to Wal*Mart for a few more items, I needed laundry soap so I could finish doing the laundry. I was trying to hurry because I knew Jesse was hurting a lot doing all this walking, but he insisted he was okay.
When we got home we watched movies Baby Mama (cute) and the 1st 3 episodes of the 2nd season of Hero’s. About half way through Jesse got hungry so I warmed him the left over pizza and we had ice cream for dessert.
We also watched some TV before going off to bed.
We have decided to rent the house so we may
See ya down the road soon!!
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GEEE will you have room for my comments??? LOL What would we do without Wally World?? Seems like not a day goes by that Sherri and I are not in there spending money...we spend more there than at the casino?? Go Figure
Joe and Sherri
Oh my, will anonymous will be sneaking in on all our blogs! Cool photos of some cool dudes and hats! Of course a beautiful bride. Hope Jesse's back get better soon! Bob's recovering from cataract surgery. Good luck on the rental but make sure Jesse's back is good enough for RVing.
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