Tuesday, June 28, 2005


A couple of weeks ago, Jordan, Diane and I made a trip to Kentucky. It was the continuation of the planned trip in April when we were met with a spring snow storm in Colorado. This time we flew into Louisville and left Soli at the Dog Ranch for a few days.

The flights were uneventful but every plane was filled to the gills. I think school had let out for most of the country that week, or at least it had on the west coast, and every family decided to leave on the same day that we had chosen. We were separated and couldn’t get seats together but Diane and Jordan did end up next to each other when a kind man offered to change seats. The man was a saint, at least in Diane's eyes, because he gave up an aisle seat and took a middle seat on a 3 hour flight. It was very kind of him.

This is a photo of Timmy, the middle nephew from my sister Lori’s family. We had a picnic at his older brothers house on Sunday night and it was great to see all of the family together. Zack, the older brother, has three children of his own now. We were introduced to Aidan for the first time and really got a chance to see how much Jack and Lilly had grown over the 2 years since we were last in Kentucky. That’s a long time between visits and should be rectified, but for the life of me I’m not sure how we do it.

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