Posts Tagged ‘family’

Twas The Night Before Christmas

Posted: December 25, 2010 by Adam Day in Other
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A special thanks to all who serve and sacrifice their time during the holidays. While we are spending time with our families, remember the ones that give us the freedom to do so.

Twas The Night Before Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the town,
Everyone seemed happy, not even a frown.
The stores were all busy, making sales by the minute,
Last minute shopping, maxing out the credit card limit.

He watches them all as he sits all (more…)

Happy Thanksgiving

Posted: November 25, 2010 by Adam Day in Other
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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone

Just want to throw out a Happy Thanksgiving to everyone and let you guys know we are still alive. I know how everyone has been so worried since you haven’t heard from us in a while, but we have been a little busy. Between work, school, (more…)

Thank You For Being A Hero!

Posted: July 4, 2010 by Adam Day in Other
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Just want to give a big thanks to all the men and women who serve and who have served our country. Military, Medical, Fire, Police, and everyone else who is in public safety.

To everyone here at home, you do a good job and stay safe! Thank you for what you do and God bless.
To all of our military men and women overseas, thank you for what you do. Stay safe and God bless you and your families for what you do.

Precious Time

Posted: June 29, 2010 by Adam Day in Other
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While standing in my garage talking to my brother about manly things, he made a comment about how he was happy our wives were chatting it up about our flower garden and some tree that beetle’s like to eat. After his comment we turned to each other and almost simultaneously said, “Wow, we have wives”. We talked about how crazy it is that seems like just yesterday we were rolling around in the front yard of mom’s house wrestling and carrying on, wait maybe it was yesterday? Anyways, he made the comment how I was getting old since I just turned 26 recently. Downhill to 30. We continued talking about our lives and how we both have houses, cars, working full time, and how he is in school. Time sure does fly. Which brings me to partly what this is about. Time files. Time is precious. I’ve always known this but I learned a lesson lately, when this slapped me in the face. The lesson? It wasn’t a death, a birth, a wedding, or anything like that. This may sound crazy, but my lesson of time flies was when my son had his first haircut. As he sat in the airplane seat, watched “Finding Nemo” on the TV hanging on the wall, and tried to eat the ladies spray bottle at “Spoiled Rockin Kidz“ (a GREAT place if you have kids, the people there were awesome!), I realized that my baby boy is growing up. Yes he is only a year old, but I now realize what I have been told so many years by my parents and others with children. Turning a year old is quite the big deal, I think more for the parents than for the baby. I’m sorry, the toddler. Anyways, watching my little man fly that airplane while getting his haircut made me stand with pride and just wanting to yell at everyone in the business and tell them my baby boy is growing up.