Well, I had a very relaxing day today. Aside from the tornado warnings for a good part of the afternoon, I had a very enjoyable day with my family. One highlight of the day is when Kylee was playing with her babies and I said, "You're a good mama, aren't you?" And she said, "No, you are a good mama." And I said, "Well, thank you." And her response was, "No problem." (Remember she is 2!!)
After dinner, we watched the Bee Movie with Nathaniel and Kylee...well, Kylee lasted about 10 minutes, but Jeremy, Nathaniel, and I enjoyed it. Then after the kids went to bed, Jeremy and I watched Dan in Real Life. GREAT movie! Very clean, funny, tear-jerking at times, all around good movie. Check it out!
So on Saturday my in-laws were here and they were getting ready to grill out. My father-in-law opens the lid to the grill and says, "Jeremy, what does Leslie's wallet look like?" Jeremy said, "No, way!" Apparently Jeremy's first day at his new job, he took the van, because he was trying to fix his truck and it was in pieces, so when he was getting ready to leave, he saw my wallet in the van so he took it out. Not wanting to wake the kids by opening the garage door and being in a hurry, he put it in the grill and put the lid on it, thinking he would call me later to tell me where he put it. Then he forgot completely about it! I can not believe it has been found!!! I am so happy and relieved that I am not losing my mind! Just had to share that with you all! :-)
Okay, any other mothers out there who seem to misplace VERY important things and then find them days or weeks later? Over the past two months, I have lost my driver's license (ordered a new one, and found the old one the next day), lost my cell phone for probably a month (got a new "go" phone) and then Jeremy found the phone in his truck. Now I have lost my wallet. I don't have a clue where it is. I feel like an idiot. I just can't figure out where it is, but I don't think it is in the wrong hands or anything, it is just sitting there somewhere waiting to be found. Do you lose brain cells with the birth of each child or what?
Well, it has been a long and difficult 3 or so months, but Jeremy will become the new operations manager of Georgia Landscape on February 4th! We are so excited and thankful to the Lord for answered prayers! Thanks to all of you who have been praying for us! We are truly blessed!