Cool! Congratulations! Penelope has 30 grasshoppers waiting to be dissected, that she received for her 5th birthday last month! ( she likes to do surgery) Hope all is well!Francesca
WooHoo, Now that's a whopper! :)
Yay! I get a prize! That is one huge grasshopper! (Is the prize that you will send me a grasshopper in the mail?)We miss you guys! The court is no fun without you. Post some pictures soon so we can see where you're living now. Hope you guys are all doing well! If you give us your address, we'll send you a cd of those pics we took at your game. They're pretty awesome. I'm glad you finally posted on your blog!
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Much as I love you, I will NOT be visiting. blech. Ewwwww. But I'm glad you're settled and were not blessed with my own particular phobia - which has to do specifically with grasshoppers.I think you're neat, and very courageous.
I mailed your s-ball shirt today! I definitely would run from the bug, Jacob would be fascinated but keep a safe distance, Andrew would be smashing it! Do your kids like it there?
wow...glad to see that you have made it safely...
Seth would be fascinated (and slightly scared) - b/c no matter how 'cool' bugs and other critters appear to be - he is my son (and that makes him a little chicken)!
I think you probably do know ten people. I'm glad to see you got settled. Keep us posted.
Yes! I made the top 10! We just barely got home from a long trip to Nauvoo. I'm glad to hear you made it there safely. Looks like some fun bugs there. I hope your accent gets really great and southerny while your there!
Jule's it is so great to "see"you guys...I happened on your blog from another...I've been looking for you guys...I was misinformed that you guys were in TN...we are in AL R is starting his Masters program. Your family is sure growing! Talk later, Ranee
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