Grandma has been busy with the kids. She takes them all around town. Yesterday Annette treated her to a coffee.
Thankfully we live around the corner and were able to get to the house. When we got home Joshua was already taking care of business. The window guy actually arrived at 12:20 and had just finished when we arrived.
He went to another DMV and was in and out in 30 minutes with his temporary I.D. Crazy.
Once we left the house again after the window guy left we where off to Half Price Books.
Look at what I got for $25!!!
I think I'm scarred from my graduation day, bwahahaha. We didn't do anything. I ordered my own pizza, pizza from Little Ceasers for our mediated family and we ate in the living room. Anyway, I want my kiddos to know how special they are and we are proud of them.
I don't have the pictures yet but later when Lupe got home we went to REI to purchase things for Alert Academy. Joshua saved all year. I purchased a lot of the smaller items which came to $200.
Joshua's purchases came out to $1100. We are so thankful that some items were 30% off like his hiking shoes and backpacks (he needs two pairs of hiking shoes/boots and 2 different kind of backpacks). I think he saved almost $50 on the larger backpack.
I took pictures of him shopping and paying for his goods.
We still don't have the go ahead from his doctor. We are waiting on the results. If he goes he will leave next Friday. If he does have a heart problem and can't go we will take some stuff back. But with purchasing many of the items (we still have a few smaller things to get) we felt so accomplished. It's a little weight off of us knowing we have almost every thing he will need.
If you live right, chances are your children will too. But teach them everything. What you don't teach them someone else will-and you might not like those lessons.-The Delany Sisters
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