Friday, September 28, 2012

9:00 AM

I have completed all of the painting on the cabinets in the kitchen, bathrooms, and the laundry room.  The company that built the new doors and base cabinets for the kitchen will be here this morning to install the new base cabinets and the new doors.  This is the next to last big project we plan to complete on our home. 
We plan to build a deck on the back of the house with a french door from the dinning room and a single door from the master bedroom.  There is no rush on this project.  We would like to have it completed by early spring.

I have removed the bench seat from my old truck.  I replaced it with bucket seats.  I think that I will enjoy the bucket seats.  They came out of a Chevrolet pickup.

Amy is here for a few days.  She is still off work from her broken bone in her ankle.  Everything is going well, but she has another week before she can return to work.  She has missed work, but she has enjoyed her unexpected vacation.  Her doctor told her that it would swell for about six months and have some pain for about one year.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

3:00 PM

My brother Tommy and I went to the Mississippi State Auburn game yesterday.  Mississippi State won 28 to 10.  Mississippi State played very good.  Auburn did not play very good.  We had a good time traveling to and from the game and enjoying the playing of the game.  The weather was great, it did rain for about 5 minutes of the game but it was very light.  We used our rain gear for only about five minutes.  If we had not used the gear we would not have gotten wet.

We have a new pastor at Iuka Baptist Church.  He is serving until we choose a full time pastor.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

4:45 PM

I spent the day from 7:30 this morning till 3:00 this afternoon working the car show for the car club I belong to here in Iuka.  We had a very good show.  We had 165 cars and trucks that were a part of the show.

Pat spent most of the day working at a booth for her garden club.  They served homemade ice cream, white beans and cornbread.  They sold out about 3:30 and closed up and came home.  They had a very good response to their offerings.

Amy is progressing well from the broken bone in her ankle.  She will be off work at least two more weeks.  She is not able to stand and do the work with her boot and pain.