It's been a busy weekend and haven't had time to scrap or post. On Saturday as I was leaving for the gym the car wouldn't start, so I was forced to miss my workout. Luckily it was just the battery. We got a nice neighbor to give us a jump and all was well. But it was too late to go workout as Anton had a study group planned. When he got home we drove down to Pensacola to go to the commissary and do some grocery shopping. It's so much cheaper to shop there than Wal-mart or the other grocery stores. Then in the evening we went to a BBQ with some of the other Warrants. I haven't been anywhere in a long time where people were drinking and smoking. Ella was entranced by the beer bong and we did our best to distract her. I kept threatening the guys that if Alex's first word was a swear word they were in trouble. It reminds me why I don't enjoy keeping company like that.
Today some cousin's of Anton's came by for a visit. We sat and chatted and had some brunch. It was interesting because they had wanted to go out for brunch but we explained that we don't go out on Sunday's so as to not cause others to work. They said they go out on Sunday so they don't have to work. It was an interesting way of looking at the same commandment from different angles. After that we headed to church. Later, right after dinner Anton had to go help some people move that were in an emergency situation and had to move today. And now we're finally getting to sit back and relax.
In scrapping news, have you seen this great free kit with an even greater message?
The Eclectic Scraps team made this kit in memory of a little boy named Miles, who died 2 years ago today. You can read about it here, on Jessica Bolton's blog and download the kit there too. Very cool.
But my contacts are fogging over so that must be my cue to quit.