Friday, May 23, 2008

Friday, May 23, 2008 - Update

Olivia and Stacie

Some days a girl just needs her best friend and luckily that was what I got today. Stacie came over and Olivia and I probably bored her to death, but it was really nice to see her. Lately, I've been getting cabin fever. . .I don't know why it's hitting me now after spending most of the winter in my house. I am actually able to get out a bit now. Tomorrow, Ryan and I are going to go to lunch just the two of us and do some shopping. I'm looking forward to that. I meant to write the update sooner (when the mood struck me) but, our Internet was down most of the afternoon.

You know, Memorial Day weekend always meant fun times, cook-outs, three day weekends. . .it takes on a whole new meaning this year as I remember my son. I'm going to try to go out and visit him every day. Hopefully, Ryan and I will make it out there together on Saturday. Memorial Day will forever mean something else entirely to me.


Kerry said...

Glad you got to spend time together you two! Jodi, I will think of you and Logan this weekend, especially on Monday.

I'm excited! I have four days off in a row. Andrew and I took Tuesday off as well just for the heck of it.

I will talk to you soon and hopefully see you soon too.


Anonymous said...

Jodi, I had a wonderful time this afternoon. It was so good to spend time with you and Miss Olivia. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. I will be keeping you and Ryan in my prayers - don't hesitate to call if you need anything. Talk with you soon.

Casey's trio said...

It's so nice when your best friend is there on those days when you need her most! I'll be thinking of your family this weekend.

Anonymous said...

I know what you mean about Memorial Day. Growing up it usually meant going to the lake. When I became a Glunt it meant going to Jetmore Cemetary to remember all the generations of relatives who were Joel's ancestors. With the exception of Grandma Katy, I never met any of these people. Now I remember a neice, Coleen and a nephew, Logan. It is good to remember and even better to know they are with Jesus.