Happy Mother's Day to all Mothers, especially my own mother and Sarah the mother of our children. There were six of us kids when I was growing up, we didn't have all that much but we did have what we needed. When our two plus Tiffany reached school age I remember telling my folks I could never raise six kids, I didn't have the patience, I still don't have it. I applaud all parents it isn't easy raising children in today's society.
Sarah and I haven't done much today, went into town to fuel the truck and get my free Sunday paper and a little shopping at WalMart. I haven't paid for more than 10 Sunday papers in the last 11 years because when you fill the car with gas you get a free paper so I take advantage of that as much as I can.
We ate at two o'clock and then went for a walk and visited with the neighbors for a few minutes.
Other than that we have spent the day at home.
I am trying to mentally prepare myself to go to work tomorrow. I know I will make it and I know the time is counting down quickly, 15 weeks, 110 days to lift off.
Dreams Do Come True.