Friday, October 31, 2008
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Thursday, October 30, 2008
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Wednesday, October 29, 2008
I love this one of me and Hannah. Her smile is so pretty!
Wow a close up. I think this was a self portrait.
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Around 6 p.m. tonight she felt well enough to get out of bed. I think she was wanting to go to the playroom down the hall.
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Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Omar got stuck so Tim pulled him out. It was really cold that day, and all I wanted to do was go home and take a HOT shower! It seemed like it took forever to get him out.
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Monday, October 27, 2008
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Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Newlyweds! Aren't they cute? This was the first time we had been out with them since they have been married, and we had a blast!
I love this pic. I don't think we look that much alike, but everyone else does! Someone asked us if we were twins the other day! I was like ummmmm dude are you blind?
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Friday, October 17, 2008
Ober Gatlinburg has something to offer everyone. Whether you love skiing, shopping, theme parks, or games you'll find something to do at Ober Gatlinburg. Many people are confused and think this East Tennessee attraction is only open in the winter, but you can actually enjoy Ober Gatlinburg all year long.
If you know your history, you will know that part of East Tennessee was very important in the war against Japan. In Oak Ridge Tennessee the atomic bomb was built. While you won't be able to visit the area where the bomb was built, you can still enjoy a wonderful museum in Oak Ridge. The American Museum of Science and Energy has two floors of wonderful exhibits that children and parents can both enjoy. Best of all, adults will only pay $5 and admission for children is only $3.
There's a good chance you may have seen a sign at one point that said, "Visit Ruby Falls" or "Come See Ruby Falls." Ruby Falls is beautiful cave located in Chattanooga. This underground cavern was so beautiful that the person who discovered it actually named it after his girlfriend. All of the attractions at Ruby Falls cost under $30 to visit.
The Tennessee Aquarium is also located in Chattanooga. This aquarium is huge. At the Tennessee Aquarium you will see everything from sharks to otters. This is the perfect East Tennessee attraction for children who love animals. The aquarium also has an IMAX theater. The tickets are also very reasonable costing below $30.
Neyland Stadium is home to the Tennessee Vols. If you're a football fan, you must visit this stadium. Neyland Stadium is actually the 3rd biggest college stadium in the country and in 2001 it was voted the most popular college stadium in the country. If you're passing through in the fall, make plans to see a game in this gorgeous stadium.
Posted by T Sharee at 7:01 AM
As a child I always looked forward to Halloween. I can remember watching mama make our costumes and trying them on a million times before they were done. Mama always took us to the same neighborhoods and we always went with the same kids. I can remember filling up two and three buckets of candy each!
Well now as an adult of a whole 22 years I hate Halloween. Okay maybe hate is too strong of a word, but I really don't like to be scared! A couple of years ago we went to a local haunted forest. I was completely frightened! At the end a man comes out with a chainsaw, well it just so happen that he knew me. He had on a mask so I had no clue who he was, he ended up chasing me to truck! I promise I have never run that fast in my entire life. At some point Tim realized who this guy was and got in on the scaring too. Just as I was about to fling the truck door open Tim locked it!!!!!!! I was pissed!
That same year we went to a haunted cave. Looking back it probably wasn't as scary as I made it out to be, but I still didn't like it. My main problem there was that they kept getting in my face. Tim had told me not to act scared. He said they come after the ones that look terrified. Guess what.......they did.
The closer Halloween gets the more scary stuff everyone wants to do. I am thinking the next couple of weekends I will be at home alone. Tim is bound and determined to be scared and I would rather not be scarred for life. lol
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Wednesday, October 15, 2008
I really like this pic. Tim was propped up waiting for his dad to come out. He sorta looks like a little boy waiting on his daddy to come home from work.
You can barely see him, but thats Tim's dad in his buggy. I realize that not everyone knows about coal mining so here is a quick lesson........ That thing that Marvin is on is a modified golf cart, but its called a buggy in the coal mining world. They ride on it inside the mine from break to break. The buggy is pretty cool, the mine is not! If you have a problem with mice then stay out of the mines! The mice are more like rats and they are huge!!!!!!!!!
That mound is coal. It was about half that size when we first got there, and by the time we left it had gotten so high they had to move it. It has to be taken to the washer and then put on trains.
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Tuesday, October 14, 2008
I love love love red days on the calendar! For those of you who have no idea what I am talking about a red day is a holiday. Like yesterday which was Columbus day. Normally when Tim and I both have a day off we go four wheeling and yesterday was no different. Me, Tim and Megan rode over to the mine that their dad is working at. We left around 11 a.m. (an hour later than tim wanted to leave) and got to the mine about 12:45. We wanted to surprise Tim's dad so we didn't tell him we were coming. Well we probably should have, because he could have told us he would be underground from 12:30 til about 2:30. So we just missed him. When we pulled up some of the men said he would be right back. Yeah right at 20 after 2 we loaded up to head home and right before we pulled out here he came! It was pretty funny. The look on his face was priceless. We didn't get to go in the mine this time, but he said we can next time. After we left the mine we went up to Bullock cemetary to shoot Tim's pistol. Tim shot first and he was good, then it was my turn, I didn't hit anything but air! Megan shot next and she hit on the first time! She was a regular Annie Oakley. Now that Tim has his gun permit he has been looking for a new pistol, and I can see why. When Tim was shooting the sight came off! He popped it back on, but I think that is def a sign that he needs a new pistol. All in all it was a great "red" day! I can't wait for the next one! lol
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Sunday, October 12, 2008
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Thursday, October 9, 2008
May 1st and 2nd 2009. These are the dates of the 2009 Relay for Life. Today was our first comittee meeting. We went over all the details from last year and how we are going to make it even better this year. Last year we had 17 teams so our goal for this year is 25. I know that is a reachable goal and I plan on making it my personal goal. Our monetary goal for 2009 is $70,000. I know that sounds like a lot, but we raised $59,000 last year! We can do it, but we need lots of help. We need your help! If you are interested in becoming a comittee member, being a team captain, joining a team or making a monetary donation let me know. Our actual kickoff is going to be held at Ayers Realty on November 13th (Thursday) at 8:30 a.m. I hope to see a big turnout for the event. All team captain meetings are on the second Thursday of each month at 1:30 p.m. I will post the location of the first meeting when it is decided. If you have any questions or suggestions let me know!
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Wednesday, October 8, 2008
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