Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Lee,Mason,and I went and visited my mothers grave. I try to tell Mason everything that I remember about her,but its very hard because its been so long. One of my most vivid memories is: It was Halloween time, and about two days before she passed away. I remember her telling me that we needed to go buy a pumpkin soon. We never got the chance. On the day of her burial, I put a miniature pumpkin on her coffin. To this day whenever I see a miniature pumpkin that is what I think about. I miss my mom, even more so since I got married and had my own child. But I look forward to the day when I can see her again.
Posted by LACEY at 9:15 AM
Friday, October 17, 2008
About six and a half years ago, we lived in Pocatello and Lee worked for a company called bannock paving. One day while Lee was at work they were pouring cement,it was just about quiting time and while nobody was looking Lee ran over to a spot where the cement was still wet, and wrote L + L. So anyway, the other day while me and Lee were on our date in Pocatello, we went and found the spot. And yes it was still there,and course I had to get a picture. It made my heart melt when I seen it again. I know its cheesy, but its special to me.
Posted by LACEY at 7:20 PM
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
A few weeks ago, I got up and got my son up for school, It was just like every other morning Lee was at work, and I was rushing trying to get mason fed and ready to go. When I got home from taking him to school, I noticed that Lee had left me a note before he went to work. When I opened it it had a pair of Japanese earings in it and a note that said "go to the computer and go into documents and click on Japanese". So I did and he had a note saying that he was going to take me on a Japanese date,it also said to look on the side of the computer,so I did and there was a present wrapped up in a Japanese flag. And then all of the sudden Lee walks into the room. I had no idea he was even home I thought he was at work, but he had taken the day off just to surprise me,what a sweetheart, and he even got a babysitter for the whole night. Oh the present he gave me was a Japanese board that had "I love you" written in Japanese. It was so sweet! He even had little Japanese cups that we drank green tea from. We went to Pocatello and ate at a Japanese place. We just spent the whole day together. I have the best husband in the whole world,and the hottest one too. Thanks Lee, that was a date I will never forget!!
Posted by LACEY at 10:50 AM