Monday, June 21, 2010

Had our toes in the sand!

This past weekend we went to Ocean City. We had fun spending time with Brant's family and Grandparents Leroy. We spent some time on the beach Saturday, and the rest of the time was spent eating (at least that is what it felt like). Anyhow it went fast and we can't wait to get back again!
P.S. - it was nice to have Great Grandparents Leroy come see Hank on the beach!

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Saturday, June 19, 2010


Two weeks ago.

This past Thursday.

Checking out what has been done.

This past week we finally saw some progress. They came in and did some grading and removing stumps, as well as getting our well drilled. Things have been a little delayed as we are still waiting on the settlement of our building loan. It's hard to get too much done when there is no money!

We are hoping that our foundation will be started by the end of the month.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Day With Thomas.

Today I had to take off, so I thought Hank and I should do something fun. I found out Thomas was going to be at Strasburg, so I booked us some tickets. Aunt Dawn went with us too. It started out a rainy day, but once we got on the train the rain cleared. Hank enjoyed the ride and seeing the trains come and go. Recently he has been watching Thomas on TV and he LOVES any mode of transportation (trucks, tractors, mo mo's, etc...)

I am so glad I got to spend the day with Hank and Dawn!

Friday, June 11, 2010


We took Hank to his first carnival this week. I didn't know if he would be able to ride much, if anything. He ended up riding, I think, every kiddie ride there. We had met up with our friends so he was able to ride with their children. This video was Hank on the "Mo Mo's (Motorcycles). You should have seen his face when the ride started. He got SO excited and started saying "Mo Mo, Mo Mo."


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New Grocery Stores

We can still get pizza - we just have to drive further (Notice how HUGE this pie is.)

Loving the county life!

Trailer Sweet Trailer!

View from the trailer. You can see where our new home will be (it will be visible from the main road only when the leaves are gone!)

Beautiful sunsets and lots of lightning bugs at night.

We are adjusting. We have been in the trailer for almost three weeks now and getting used to being in North Harford again. It is actually more convenient, as far as being closer to our families. Since I have been driving Hank back and forth to our mothers in the morning and after work, my commute is actually better (even though in Bel Air I was a mile from work). The only thing I miss is being able to go home at lunch, and I feel like I have already adjusted to that as well. We are anxious to get our house started. This coming week they are supposed to start doing some clearing and grading, as well as drill the well.