I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
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Saturday, July 5, 2008

Happy 4th!

We are still celebrating with fireworks..tonight we are with Bryan's family- they have a pretty big party!! I am feeling great still. I rode my horse bareback on Thurs. with my mom's posse. I ran all their games (including the jumps) once again I WAS BAREBACK! I am not nearly as saddle sore as I thought I would be :)

Bryan wasn't very happy I posted a picture of him Hula Hooping at the walk a Thon...so to make it up to him here is some great professional pictures we had done with Fizzy lime Photography of him and his 'masculine' motorcycle...Enjoy!


Candi said...

Hey, you guys look great in those pics! We might be coming down for the reunion. We won't know until probably Thursday, which will be the day we will have to drive. It's like 9 hours, so hopefully we will know early. I am so excited to see you again. I get a lump in my chest just thinking about it!
Love ya and miss ya tons!

Candi said...

I just found out we are coming YEAY! So, what kind of clocks are you doing, and what's the cost?

Candi said...

Maybe what we can do is design something on paper at the reunion, and when you get time either before or after Pittsburg, you can get it made up and send it to me! That way, in your hussle to get everyghing done, you don't have to worry about me!
Can't wait to see you!

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