I just read Katie's post, and was thinking that I never got around to my Father's Day post.
LG got a new video game. He is very happy.
He loves playing video games with his kids, as you can see.
Why didn't I post about him like I sat down to do on Saturday night?
Well I was so tired from busily trying to be a good wife. We went and helped move furniture for LeGrand's dad on Friday night. It was his father's day gift to surprise him with a new office. (I am going to have to store that really good maneuver by LG's mom for future reference.)
Then we got home and worked in the yard. I remembered that we had better do something for the dad's at church. We had to go to Sam's and buy candy bars, and then I had to go and play the piano for the Varnon's so they could practice their father's day song. I got home and got things ready for LG's dinner of choice (taco salad, yuck!) Got everything ready for Sunday. Sat down to try and blog out my Father's Day message while the iron was getting hot. LG was already asleep and I remembered that it would be a shame for him to have to iron his own shirt of Father's Day.
The first post that I read, was this. Thanks for the reminder Cally. I had told myself on Monday that I would not go to church one more time without dying my hair. It needed to be done approximately two months ago.
So, LG, you know I love you. You know that all your girls adore you. I was and still am too tired to post a nice thing about you like Katie did. But, I hope you enjoyed your ironed shirt, sac mtg. musical number, taco salad, and candy bar. (I know I really do owe you a Snickers that wasn't on sale for the tint of coconut that you hate)
And, I am so glad that you are enjoying your video game for family home evening. Sophia is going to be the best video playin fool of a girl that was ever raised by her son less father.