Welcome to my new blog!
I’m told it is important to find a niche topic and it is now clear to me that I have found my niche which is fast becoming the:
It’s almost as if I have NOTHING ELSE to write about.
And I don’t have two other children.
Soon, I’m going on Dr. Phil to talk about how after my daughters left for college I didn’t know what to do with my life and I wept all day.
Then I woke up.
And realized I’m just blogging a day late, I haven’t been weeping and I’m really just finishing THE SERIES on the darling twins and their new experiences that they are so willing to allow me to share here.
Last story about the twins for at least a week or two.
Last weekend, on Saturday before they came home, check out what the cadets stood on the drill field waiting for…
Seems it is an “after Frog week tradition” but that was about all they could tell me. (Hope there isn’t a test.)
Six Blackhawk helicopters arrived
And landed on the drill field to take them all on a ride
Over the gorgeous campus…
And the North Georgia Mountains…
Roger Leroy got a bird’s eye view in front right by the open door…
Snapping pictures with her camera phone and loving every minute of it.
Wizzy might have had a bird’s eye view but she chose not to view anything.
She said she didn’t know helicopters could do dips and dives.
And she was thankful her fellow cadet allowed her to hold on tight.
She knew a fellow cadet snapped this picture and knew she didn’t look very “soldier-y” which I don’t think is a word but she said it.
She recovered upon landing. Then they drove home with 3 friends.
Side note: She did give me permission to post this picture.
I will not blog about the swine flu and how some students may have it.
Gotta go. The phone is ringing, I think it’s the Dr. Phil show…
Truly, new topics coming soon…