Friday, January 9, 2009

TGIF!!!

I am so glad it's Friday!! It has been crazy busy at work this week, and I am trying to get everything ready before the students come back next week.
Today is the last day to sign up for my 2009 Family Planner giveaway. Go here to sign up or leave a comment below to sign up. Brock and Ava will pick a winner tonight!!!
Please keep my Dad in your thoughts and prayers this weekend. He is in the hospital, he has HSP a kidney disease that is more common in children than in adults. His doctor is going to do a kidney biopsy to see if he has any kidney damage. My Dad is in great spirits and I talked to him a couple of times yesterday on the phone. My sister Shelby and her husband Ryan are at the hospital with him. It's times like this when I absolutely hate living 1000 miles away from my family!!
My Dad with Brock and Ava in Wyoming this summer

Shelby and Ryan

Ava's first gymnastics meet is tomorrow! She is so excited. Since it's her first meet and her coach said the girls could wear their favorite leotard. Ava wants to wear this one because it's her favorite. It should be a fun day! All parents have to sign up for a job to do at the meet, I am going to be a scorekeeper. I don't really know much about it but I do know that I get to sit in the front so I am super happy about that. Have a great weekend everyone!!

6 comments:

Buzzings of a Queen Bee! said...

Ava is so pretty. I think that every time I come here and see her photo. I hope your dad is OK! Keep us posted on his health, I am glad to hear he is in good spirits!
Carrie

Beth said...

Ang,
I hope your dad is doing ok. I will keep your family in my thoughts. Good luck to Ava on her first gymnastics meet! Have fun!

AG said...

I'll be thinking of your dad. I hope all is well. If you need anything, let me know.

the pleasures of homemaking said...

Good luck to Ava at her meet - that is a cute leotard! Best wishes for your Dad's speedy recovery! It is so hard being far away at times like this.

Manuela

Always Organizing said...

I will keep your dad in my prayers.

The Mrs. said...

I hope you're Dad gets better real soon!