Thursday, June 19, 2008

Guess what we did tonight???

You'll never guess! Here's a hint:
Still don't know? How about this...does this help?
If you look REALLY close, you'll see my dearest hubby in this picture...he's GOLFING! He came home this afternoon and asked if we wanted to go golfing. NOT PUT PUT, real golfing! He was a very dear hubby and tried to get me interested in golfing (one of his loves) about 8 years ago, he even got me my own clubs! Unfortunately, I'm not so good. We practiced at home with practice balls, and he took me to the golf course once...ONCE! I was so embarrassed that I refused to go back. The only time the clubs have been used since then is last summer when there were a lot of break-ins in our town, I slept with TWO of them when hubby was out of town.
Anyway, we went. The kids had FUN cleaning the balls at the little stations. We did rent a golf cart to make it a little easier. That was also fun. We also sent the kiddos out in search of all the stray balls. We went late enough that most people were already done for then night, only one party played through (we were SLOW, ok, it was me). Here the kids and Hubby are looking for HIS ball that went into this little bush! :o)We got to watch the sun go down and enjoy the cool evening weather.The bugs didn't come out until we were almost done. All in all, it was a FUN night! The kids didn't fight, they weren't overly noisy. And, the only time one of them had to use the restroom just happened to be when we were RIGHT next to the porta potty (STINKY!)

Here the kids are washing the balls at the last hole. Oh the joy! :o)

We didn't get home until 10:00, the kids were hungry and needed a snack. After snack, they got to bed around 10:30...Thank You, God for a wonderful evening with my family.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So Andie - what did you shoot (what was your score?)??? And is this course in the "city" or in Scott City?

We just went to the retirement party for the pastor who baptized you, Pastor Jeff Crane of Holy Cross, Wichita. I always thought very highly of Jeff as a man, pastor, and as a wonderful man of God. Love ya - Dad