My time on active duty is rapidly coming to a close, so we are having to spend more and more time in Montana managing our project there. So I splurged and bought a set of matching luggage and took off. Mychael says I need to start looking and behaving like a doctor so I am trying to swear less and I guess these bags help. But I still have a pretty rough ranch truck.
Of course, we had to take the littlest one, because she can’t stay home with the MIL yet. She turned out to be a pretty good airplane traveler:
The very first day, I got to be present for the ground breaking on the “barndominium” location. I snapped a shot and got the excavator guy to take one. He was gracious and didn’t tell me how goofy I was being.
Its pretty crazy to watch all this. In the next three months, the power will be turned on, the septic line and leach field will be complete, and the driveway will go in a circle into one side of the barn site, out the other and back to the road.
Of course, we eventually had to leave, which made us sad.
Finally, I know I have mentioned it before but for husbands out there who want to give your wife a little treat–Mychael has been using Rodan and Fields now since her birthday last March, and the results have been worth the expense. This was yesterday. Remember, she’s, um, 40 something. Not bad, I think.
This was at riding lessons for the two middle kids. They are going to be better in the saddle then dear old dad by the time I actually have time to ride again.
We will be moved into the barndominium in Montana before Halloween. Please wish us luck. It is a very complex project to manage from 1900 miles a way while you are also trying to separate from the army, sell your house, etc.