Movie Night  

Posted by: rebecca meyer

This is hopefully not a typical movie night for us, but here's how it's going so far: Tonight we stopped at the Gresham Hollywood video, rented "Made of Honor", then ran into good ol’ Freddie’s for some snacks. We grabbed one of their red race-car shopping carts for Isaac to drive, only he wanted to run instead, so we put the cart back, and let him run between aisles as we got our stuff. Then, as paying for our stuff, it hit us: we left the movie in the cart! So, we ran back to where the cart had been, which of course was gone by now, so Adam and I started searching through the store (it’s hard to miss those red carts), asking everyone who had one if they found a movie in it. Of course, no one did. After nearly an hour, no movie in red carts, no movie turned into customer service, no movie returned back to Hollywood. I suspect said movie went home in someone’s purse. So, we re-rented it, and are about to enjoy our relaxing movie night. Grrrr. It better be a good one. Stay tuned...


Posted by: rebecca meyer

Some pictures from the last month or two:
If you go to GSCC on Saturday nights, you may have seen Isaac doing this all the way from the 2-year old class through the auditorium. He looked ridiculous, and completely oblivious to the fact that the whole church was laughing as he bear crawled out to the parking lot.

Obviously not bed time yet.
What a stud!

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Posted by: rebecca meyer

Man, it's been a while. I even forgot my blog password! I can't upload any pictures right now (I think the batteries are dead in my camera) so I'll have to post pictures later when I can find more batteries. Here's what we've been up to:

1. Adam and I celebrated our 7th anniversary!!!! We can't believe it's been that long! I am so fortunate to be married to someone who makes it feel easy to be married. Seriously, I cannot imagine ever having chosen someone to marry as perfect for me as he is. Obviously someone was looking out for us. Adam complements me so well--he's so laid back, patient--the opposite of me. We still need to work on things (especially now with kids), but I don't have to worry about many things that a lot of other women do. I love you babe!

2. Both Adam and I started work. Busy busy. I can't tell if it's harder on me or on Caleb for the boys to be babysat 8 or 9 hours at a time. I am completely rushed at school, working through all breaks, preps, lunch, etc. and could easily stay at work past 6 and still not get everything done, but I really want to leave by 4 so I can pick up the boys (Adam's coaching so doesn't get home til 6). It will get easier as the school year picks up. Caleb sometimes has a hard time taking a bottle, which we're working on, but that makes it hard on him (he sometimes tries to hold out til I get home, not very happily). Thank God I only work 2 or 3 days a week right now, and thank you Lord for my mom and Vicki Proctor, who are great with him and Isaac. Love having people I completely trust with my kids.

3. I am ready to move! More important to me than a larger kitchen or bathroom is to have a big room the boys can play in...WITHOUT A TV! Unfortunately I don't think this economy is ready for us to sell yet...

4. I am an aunt again! My brother-in-law Luke and his wife Hollie just had their second baby--Malachi Luke Meyer--on September 8. I am so excited Caleb will have a cousin to grow up with!

5. Adam turns 29 tomorrow (September 19). Any ideas?