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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Wedding Shower...Hot Week Ahead

I have been off the ranch the last few days spending time in Cleveland. It was a lot of fun to get away for a couple of days and relax. I hung out with Dawn's family and friends and then yesterday they had a wedding shower for Dawn's family and friends. My mother and sister also came up for the shower. I guess Cleveland showers have the groom present...was not aware of that...but it was a lot of fun and my mother-in-law to be made an awesome center piece on the desert table. She made a tornado and put a truck on it with Dawn, Buckeye, and me... it was pretty funny and awesome. Huge thanks to everyone who came out... my mom said she may want me there for my side of the family as well so Dawn can relax a little more.

Getting ready to come home this morning from Cleveland, I had to rearrange the gifts in the back seat of my truck. I was bringing home two other members of her family to Dayton, and with their luggage and such, there was no room. I should not have taken a shower beforehand. I broke a sweat about five minutes into the half an hour ordeal. I took everything out, raised the back seat and then made everything fit nice and snug... with a little room to spare. I did also turn on the A/C at the house for the first time this year... So far we have hit 88...the warmest day of the year so far.

Monday is the unofficial start to summer as Memorial Day. We should hit a high of 90 both tomorrow and Tuesday before a few storms roll into the area. They should be scattered and will drop our temperatures into the mid 80's for the rest of the week with plenty of heat and humidity. Stay cool and have a good one!

Best,
Andrew Buck Michael

1 comment:

  1. Glad everything was able to fit into the truck. We turned our AC on some time ago. Tuesday, our Granddaughter, 11, is suppose to walk with her class from their school to Golden Gate Park, then to the library and the Dairy Queen. I'm sure most of the kids will be able to do it, but I would love to see what the teachers will look like. It's going to be hot. They were also told to pack extra food, because the kids like to eat as soon as they get to the park, then when lunchtime rolls around, they don't have much left to eat. I suppose they'll need to wear a back pack to carry their lunches and treats. That will be quite a little trek.

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