Monthly Archives: September, 2011

Online Magazine


Here is another issue of Souvenir an online magazine.

Just go to www.heatherbullard.com/souvenir/Souvenir_autumn.pdf.

I can’t wait to try the Italian Meatball Soup.

YUM!

More later…………………………Sally

Good Day To Be Praying


Please pray for our country, our leaders, the families that are still in pain from loss, and our enemies most of all!!

God Bless America

We are so fortunate to live in “The land of the free and the home of the brave.”

Thank you to all the service men and women!

That includes you Big Ran, my hero.

More later…………………………Sally

Grandbabies in the News


News
Happy birthday to you…and you…and you!
Published
Online Sep 07, 2011 – 01:35 PM



What are the odds of one mother having three children…who are not triplets…born on the same day of the year?

Kennedy Ann, Hudson Lee, and newest member Michael Warner were all born on July 31I have no idea!” said Kayli
Warner of Gallatin. Yet all three of her children were born on July
31!

Kayli’s oldest, Kennedy Ann, was
born on July 31, 2007. She weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20 ½ inches
long. Her second child, Michael, was born at 2:08 a.m. on July 31, 2010. He
weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long. The newest member of the
family, Hudson Lee, was born at 4:19 p.m. on July 31, 2011. He weighed 7 pounds,
5 ounces, and was 20 ½ inches long.

Kayli said she came to accept
the triple birthdays as a blessing.

“When my water broke two weeks
early with Michael on the 30th, I was hoping he would come before the 31st so
that he and Kennedy didn’t have to share a birthday,” said Kayli. “When Hudson’s
due date was so close to the other two I just thought it would be better to have
him on the same day rather than a few days away, but I never thought it would
actually happen.”

Kayli has always shared her
birthday with her twin sister Kami.

“This never bothered me, so I
hope my children will think it is special rather than dislike it,” she
said.

Maternal grandparents are Mike
Burrell, and Randy and Sally Goin, all of Gallatin. Great-grandparents are Nancy
Caldwell, and Charles and Dolleta Burrell. Great-great-grandmother is Virginia
Stroup.

Paternal grandparents are John
and Debbie Goodwin, and Roy and Gail Warner. Great-grandmother is Bonnie
Simpson.

Kayli began her job as the
second grade teacher at Pattonsburg R-2 Elementary School this year.

The biggest question of the
three-way birthday may be who gets to decide the flavor of the cake.

“I’m not really sure yet,” said
Kayli. “This year I just got two different cakes. One was white with The Little
Mermaid. It was Kennedy’s pick. The other was chocolate with The Smurfs for
Michael’s first birthday.” She also served both vanilla and chocolate ice cream.

“Needless to say, we had plenty
of leftover treats,” she said. “I’m sure this will get more difficult as they
get older.”

 

More later…………….Sally

Pinterest For This Week


Have you ever given much thought to entry ways?

Well I haven’t either.

It’s one of those things that you don’t think about until you have to.

Here are some great ideas that I have discovered on Pinterest.

This entryway is so fresh and light.

The separation with the sliding barn doors in this entryway is very interesting.

I am in love with the black and white color scheme.

 Now this one takes some imagination!!!

Are you enjoying Pinterest?

More later……………….Sally

Graduation


My daughter, Kayli graduated from college this summer.  Which was no small feat.  At one time in her college career she was working 3 jobs and raising 2 children with 1 on the way.  She is an amazing woman!

I think this big smile must be the smile of accomplishment!

Everyone was there for support.

This is her walking in.

Bad picture, but this is the receiving of her diploma.

Now she is off to a fantastic career as a school teacher for lots of fortunate Missouri students.

It’s weird when your children have more education than you do, but I guess that is a good thing.  I still have more experience!!

More later……………..Sally

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