Tuesday, December 22, 2009

A Visit From The Folks!!

In my previous post about Thanksgiving, I mentioned my parents came to visit. It was wonderful having them here for about a week. Here are just some random pictures.
I LOVE it when my dad comes to visit. He's such a Mr. Fix-it. Everything that doesn't work in my house, he always fixes. One day I came home from work and found my toilet sitting in my backyard, he's fixed my faucets, my vacuum, the plumbing, and my favorite was the three days he spent fixing an electrical problem. This time, he fixed my retarded door-knobs. My dad's AWESOME!!! Thanks dad!

We went for a beautiful walk. Kashton LOVES to walk Hershey our dog.

An Ozark Leaf!!


We played a round of golf. My parents use to take me golfing quite often when I was young. It's nice to be able to return the favor. We had a great time. I'm so glad that Cameron is starting to like this little sport that I've always enjoyed. Not fair that I've been playing so much longer than him but he can kick my butt.


Look at that form...



Kashton had so much fun and was such a good boy. He played in the golf cart with his sword almost the entire time.


My parents came to see our show a couple of times (my biggest fans). Mom took some pictures with our fancy schmancy camera. I'll post some pictures that she took of our Christmas show later.

Kashton loves to go down to Branson Landing and see the Fire and Water show. He always says he wants to go see the "fire jump." I take him down there at least once a week. It was nice to have my parents join us.





My parents are awesome. I wish I could see them more often!!!
Love ya mom and dad!

5 comments:

love bug momma said...

So fun!

Annie AKA Emmie Lou said...

I love Marge! Can't wait to see your Christmas pictures!!

quoizel lighting said...

Aren't dads the bes

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