I was going to write earlier today but it got busy. Around 6:40 P.M. your dad and I took Annette to soccer practice. She did pretty good. Of course she needs improvement because she's never played on an official team before but for her first time she did great! We had to get her some soccer shoes after she was done. We went to Sports Academy. Annette tried so many before she found the pair that fit just right so we were there for a good hour and a half. She also needed a navy blue shirt. We hunted for one at Sports Academy but weren't able to find one. Imagine that. In the whole store there was no navy shirt.
I did find all kinds of stuff for you, haha. You know, right now everything is about Joshy, Joshy, Joshy. I'm always on the hunt for something you might "need". I found a soap dish but I'm not sure if you even need one. The one I found is a bit sturdier, so maybe I'll send it. Although it has holes to let the water seep out and that might not work for you. Anyway . . .
I found some of the dehydrated food too. Are you allowed to take that on your hikes? If so I can send some after three weeks. Let me know.
After Sports Academy we went to Walmart and didn't find a navy shirt there either . I did find some Atkin bars though .
We finally arrived home after 10:00 P.M. I was bummed because I wanted to get a letter out to you in hopes that you might get it before the days end but I know as I write you will be sleeping.
Today was our first day of homeschool too. It went really well. I did Bible with each of your four brothers. All their devices go into the blue basket till 4:00 P.M. at 8:00 P.M. the devices go back in the basket. We woke around 6:30 A.M. (shocking I know), by 8 most everyone was ready to start. Can you guess who was still sleeping? Yup! Lance.
Well it's late son. I should get to bed. I am suppose to wake up at 6:30 again. I'm praying for you and think about you all day. Everything is about Joshy, Joshy, Joshy, right now, (grin). We do miss you and are so proud of you. I'm looking forward to your letter.
Love you lots Josh,