Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Frisbee Golf

Friday Josh, his parents and I went to play a round of Frisbee golf in Hickory. We were not the only ones who took advantage of the beautiful day.

Almost the entire course is in the woods.
We climbed up hills, and ran down hills,
we ducked under branches, and rustled through bushes.
Josh even retrieved my Frisbee from a never ending puddle.

The score was neck and neck until the last hole
the odds were on Michael to win, but Josh came back to steal the glory.

The day was super fun.

Josh and I are looking for a fun Christmas picture,
this is our favorite so far.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Josh Buys a Fourwheeler

So my daddy bought a four wheeler. It is big, red, and loud. Daddy loves it almost as much as he loves mama, but I don't think it is as cute as me. The Friday he bought it my people went riding with Steven and his girlfriend Bonnie.

The next day daddy decided it was time for mama to learn. Her side of the story is that he wanted mama to learn, and daddy's side of the story is that she was begging to learn. Believe whichever tale you would like to, but I don't know why either one would want to ride it. The first time mama rode it daddy said he almost ended up on the ground. He let her practice before he hopped back on. Sadly we do not have a picture of BIG RED.

I don't mind the machine if one of my people is with me, however if they both are on it I don't like the four wheeler.

This weekend daddy and Shovel went hiking and spent the night on Table Rock. Neither mama or I were invited so we had our own special night at the house. Daddy told me to take care of mama, so I barked at everything. It is better to be safe than sorry.
Today I went with daddy to paint the flag football field. I followed him all around the park. I came home covered in red and white paint. I love the weekend!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Disc Golf and Halloween

Friday Josh and I took a half day for work and headed to Gastonia to play disc golf.
Neither one of us took into consideration that the ground would be quite muddy.

By the second hole we learned golfing would be a new experience

The first 9 holes were out in the open while the last 9 were in the deep in the woods.

Arden came prepared for the long walk with her Camel back full of water.
By the 17th hole we determined the course we were on was for the professionals,
no wonder we were having a difficult time even seeing the holes.

We pulled together our costumes pretty quickly yesterday and headed to Elm street where we passed out candy for hours. Elm street gets about two thousand kids over a three hour period.
Nowhere else in Cherryville gets close to that number.
Josh was a farmer and I of course was his hoe

We went to the Levine's home,
between spurts of children Josh got a photo opp with Dalton,
Tony and Christine's middle child.

Sadly Josh also found Michael Myers

We thank Tony for inviting us to his wonderful party