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Life in Pictures

As usual, I'm slacking with my blog.   So, in short...I'm doing great, feeling fabulous, managed not to get sick on the 8 flights I had in February (that's a miracle), and have just been busy enjoying life.  So, to catch you up on my busy 2018, here are some pictures!

January - weekend at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, WV to celebrate the best brother-in-law in the world turning 40!!!


We surprised him!!
Family love ๐Ÿ’•


At the beginning of February we headed to South Padre Island, TX to visit Uncle Charles and Aunt Aura.  It consisted of lots of fun and a trip to Mexico (and many pictures that I can't post as not to incriminate myself). ๐Ÿ˜œ

When in Mexico, you try the jalapeรฑos!

Then after a few days at home, I headed to Indiana to visit my brother, sister-in-law, nephew and niece for a week!

Wagon Ride

Love

Silly faces

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We played Twister and it was hysterical!!

And then to kick off March, me and my girlfriends took a trip to St. Augustine, FL!



And of course, my pictures would not be complete without my pups!!
Goofballs


So, that sums up the past 2+ months with lots more craziness ahead!!

As far as Lent goes....I'm doing good! I did slip up and take the kids to Wendy's while I was in Indiana and ate a couple fries before I realized what I was doing ๐Ÿ™ˆ.  Oops!! Haven't had any potatoes (after that) or beer! And I must say, I'm really in the mood for a Blue Moon!! Dang!

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