Showing posts from September, 2015

Last Week...

....Gracie came running downstairs yelling, "mommyyyy, I have a shakable tooth!". At first, I wondered if she hit it on something, but then I realized that she is five, and she actually had her very first loose tooth. ...Nick texted me a picture at work on Monday to show me that it fell out that day at school. That was fast! (Notice the dry tear down her little cheek.) the time she got home, she was all smiles and couldn't wait to show everyone. I asked her if she cried, and she said, "just a little. I thought I had a goldfish cracker stuck in my teeth, but when I pulled it out, it was my tooth!". ...Daddy read to her for her Apple Core reading homework. She loves her daddy SO much! ...that night, Gracie made sure to put her tooth under her pillow for the tooth fairy. ...the next morning, she was so funny telling me that she heard a "twinkle" during the night. ...she got five dollars and had to take

Crazy San Fran and the WIGI Event

Allison and I were lucky enough to go to San Francisco with John Deere Landscapes this past weekend for their Women in the Green Industry (WIGI) event. When we arrived at the airport Thursday morning, we had a driver waiting for us and were amazed by the views as we drove through the city. I mean, there were houses on top of house on top of houses. We also saw a nude man in the middle of a public area within the first two minutes. After checking into our hotel, we walked through Union Square to get some Nob Hill Chills at Ghirardelli. The area was beautiful, but the people were crazy. I've never seen so many people talking/yelling at themselves as they walked down the street. There were also homeless people all over the place, but the buildings and view were stunning. This was our view from our hotel room. I FaceTime'd the girls before heading down to our first event. We had a little booth set up to check out the vendors involved and sign up for