Monday, March 23, 2009

Guest Blogger

Jason said he will be my guest blogger on Seatsleaf when I hit my 100th blog- Jason, this is number 16!

Sunday, March 22, 2009

First Dip

Today I got in the pool for the first time. It was cold, but tolerable.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Happy Birthday Mom and Danny!

Wishing you both a happy birthday! Danny- I can't believe you're 21! I wish I could be there to buy you a drink. Have a great one. Mom, I wish you and I were sitting on my Lanai, drinking Mojitos!

Our Crazy Brit

For the past week Jason and I have had the honor of entertaining our British friend, Paul, who was Jason's first Slicehost employee. It's nice having Paul around because he has a British accent, thereby making everything he says thoroughly entertaining. Plus, being British, he is the ultimate authority on what is rude, or not rude. So, if you're ever not sure what your rudeness status is at any given point in time, he will let you know. Last Saturday we went downtown for San Antonio's 2nd annual Luminaria festival. Here's Paul standing in front of the "Torch of Friendship" sculpture, which some San Antonians have dubbed the giant curly red pubic hair. Now, I can't see anything else when I look at it.

Baby Boys

Jason and I have decided that our friends' babies both passes their cuteness inspections with flying colors. Congratulations Mandy and Willy and Steve and Maria! Keep posting pictures so we can watch them grow.

Monday, March 2, 2009

March Updates

Jason and I were about to head off for a weekend getaway in Austin when he was struck down by the yucky flu. But, in other news, we will be heading back to St. Louis later this week in order to check out some new babies that have arrived since our departure in December. Two baby boys were born to friends of ours on the same day last week.

The guest house is underway! I have selected a contractor for the Carriage house remodel and they will be getting started on the work this week.

I found a job! I took a job with a company called the Therapy Team here in San Antonio, that is similar to the job I had back in St. Louis.

I've been having fun gardening and potting plants in our yard. I have a nice herb crop going that dad and I planted from seed when he visited. We got some beautiful painted pottery and planted tropical plants for the outdoor patio.