So I have a little case of agoraphobia, not really, I just don't get out much. This week's theme of buildings was really tough for me. I got out to get the mail, milk and go to church.
So we started looking around the house. Living in a cookie cutter home in the heart of suburbia doesn't offer up much. So when I saw the tower I decided it didn't get much better. We call this demolition day (kind of like a theme in our house).
I grew up in Eastern Idaho #4 in a family of six kids and two crazy, amazing parents. I graduated in Education K-8 and a reading endorsement K-12. I met my hubby when I was 15. We did the whole high school thing together and married shortly after my sophomore year in college. We have 4 beautiful kids. My husband served an LDS mission in Argentina. He went to ISU, graduated and is now a nurse, though if you have a medical question that has to do with children I am the one to talk to. He doesn't do toes either, but that is a whole other can of worms. I am an avid reader and love to clean though on any given day you can find cheerios somewhere other than the kitchen - cardinal rule #1 no food outside of the kitchen (#2 No toys outside of the family room - also brazenly abused). I have been in the scouting program for 7 years. My positions include Webelos leader, Cub Master, Unit Commissioner, Distric Cub Trainer, and currently Assistant District Commissioner and Wood Badge Staffer. I have gone to Wood Badge and advise all who get the opportunity to snatch it up. For those who still need a kick in the pants, consider yourselve kicked.