Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Suzanne Oakley is Dancing in Heaven

My good friend Suzanne Oakley is dancing in heaven today. She taught me how to dance country music. She was a good friend. She moved to Huntsville because her whole department was moved there. She loved and enjoy the SA dances. And I enjoyed going to the dances because of her. She made a little book for me called "Life Studies" and I keep it with me. The three chapters of the book are titled: The Purpose of Life, The Lord's Plan and After Graduation.
She was an angel and a very special friend. I'll always remember her. I am so greatful for her friendship.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Getting to Know Quincy

As Ted mentioned in his blog, Mila, Carla, Aurora, Mike, Ana and me went to visit Jenny and Ted to meet Quincy. Quincy's fur is very soft. And when he is hot he falls flat on his stomack over the cool tile and he quickly cools off. Aurora kept calling him Milo. For Aurora all dogs are called Milo. I'm sure Carla has tought her that. Milo is Carla's dog.
We had a great time and enjoy some of Jenny's cooking!
And at the other end of the leash?........QUINCY MEYNINK SCOTT.

Could you see the deer at the center of the picture. This was just in front of the Scott's home:

God bless you and keep you safe.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Aurora is 18 months old

Ana and Mike took Aurora to a Photo Studio to have pictures taken. Above you have some of the pictures from yesterday...

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Together at Houston Home

Ted and Jenny are together again in their new beautiful house after being appart for two weeks! Jenny arrived last Thursday evening and went directly to the house. Earlier that day Ted closed on the house. The moving truck arrived today at around 10:30 am. I went to visit them and had the first dinner with them: linguini with meat sauce, corn and texas chease toast.
Congratulations to Ted and Jenny. You have a beautiful house, that now you can call home. God bless you and keep you safe at home.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Summerwood & Deussen Park

Mike, Ana, Ted and I went to Summerwood yesterday. It was the first time for all of them to see the house that Jenny picked out a few days ago. They all like it very much. Off course the most important was that Ted liked it. It is not only the house that people fall in love with. It is also the area where it is. Summerwood is a master plan located on the west bank of Lake Houston. We drove a little bit around the area and saw some of Ted and Jenny's new neighbors: very gracious deer above (I even took a video). We also drove to Alexander Deussen Park which is about two miles from the house. This park has a dock and landing for boats and jet-skis, lots of areas for picnics and bbq and lots of trees. I think Ted is already thinking about running the trails and thoroughly explore the area. God bless them with health and a beautiful family to raise.