Let’s take moment to think about gratitude. Lindsey and Chris had a toast to remember. If you have followed our journey with ALS, this is one of those moments that we will always remember.
What do you do when the place you are beaching at does not permit personal umbrellas? Did we mention that the instruction sheet was left behind when the tent was loaded? Eventually the Eagle Scout, got off of his chair and assisted the Mrs. with the tent to make sure we had some shade at the beach.
There is something great about soaring at 40,000 feet, especially as the sun is setting to the west. Sometimes living in Pittsburgh, you start to believe that the sun does not exist above all the clouds, grey skies and storms. It’s moments like that help remind me of what a wonderful world we live in.
The start of 2017 had sand and sun. Hello from Destin, then off to the Magic City. Crosby claimed the front window in Charleroi. We went to Mars for one crazy birthday party. Then had one last farewell to our favorite postman. Ran the Yough River Trail in snow, then ran around PNC Park in our undies. Thanks for giving to help fight NF. Tumors for kids are not cool. Then we said goodbye to Milwaukee before celebrating RJs bday.
Elle went for a walk and took in the sunset on the Gulf of Mexico. She brought her cousins along. And everybody came home with stickies. Elle is hoping Santa will bring her personal Christmas lights so she can match. In other news. The girls are on site now so Reba and Crosby are ecstatic. Thanks for the fresh batch of cookies LIndsey.
We packed up the car and headed out west to a place they call NAS. The Blue Angels were back in town and we wanted to see them fly. What else would you want to do on Veteran’s Day on the gulf coast?!?! The main attraction Blue Angels. Find the LeapFrogs.