Saturday, August 23

Justin ice bucket



The Internet has been slammed with the ALS Ice bucket challenge of course my son wants to join in. I love my son to death he is always up for a challenge no matter what it is. I guess it's what happens when you keep your children up to date with what's going on in the world today. Have fun Daddy your son just challenged you. You have 24 hours to comply.



The bucket is a little big but he was able to do it. GO JUSTIN!!!!! Christopher is fine he didn't care for the water that splashed in his face. He was fine with his brother doing it. I love my boys!!!
He did this on 8/9/14 I had to re-post due to no volume.

Thursday, August 21

As close as it gets

To # 82 Bucket List

We drove through Roswell New Mexico walked around and even manged to get lost. Please don't ask it was freaky. We did pose with an Alien. I wish my Papa( Grandfather) was here to have gone with us. He was the biggest Alien fan I know. We used to sit for hours at a time just talking about scientific stuff. He would have really loved it. It was getting dark  I was driving there was no way we were staying there at night. I drove to the next town before we stopped for the night here are some pictures. No, My hubby isn't pinching our son I told them to look scared and this is what happened. Hubby was trying to scare our boys. I love this picture!

Funny thing is my Papa did always call my hubby the Alien in the family because he is so knowledgeable about many things. I couldn't force myself to go into the museum in fear the Aliens would be watching. I know funny right well better safe then sorry. I don't ever want to run into an Alien.
I guess this will be as close as we get for now to our 
bucket list # 82. 

Monday, August 18

Backpacks,Smile & Pay it Forward

First Day of School
This summer on our vacation I realized how much I really do put into my family. My life revolves around my two children and wonderful hubby. I'm very thankful that I'm able to stay home with my children not a lot of parents can. A Parents work is never done working full-time or being at home. I know going back to school can make parents cry. Not just because their children are growing up but shopping for school can bring heartache among some. My family and I thought it would be a Great Ideal to donate backpacks filled with school supplies to Justin's school. We love to help out when we can in the past if you are a regular reader you already know of our act's of kindness.
http://lifeisonlywhatyoumakeit.blogspot.com/2013/04/acts-of-kindness-for-april.html
Keep up the Great work Parents just remember with the new school year ahead the most important part of your child's life is what you do with them is what counts the most.
1. Make time for them
2. Read to them
3. Hug them
4. Talk to them

Trust me it Matters!!!

I always go overboard school shopping anyways and we end up donating most of it throughout the school year. Justin came up with a nice way to do it better this year. We went to the store and purchased backpacks then filled them up. 


It nice to see that my son knows how to make someone smile. 

We had our hands full this morning along with the backpacks we also donated a big bottle of hand sanitizer, tissues and Ziploc bags.  Look for more post each month to see who we will help next. I hope this makes it easier for one parent not to have this worry at least. Ask your Children's teacher how you can help every little bit counts in a big way. Thanks for reading. 


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