Because of the problems I've been having with my back, we decided to get a new sofa and loveseat. Found something with good back support at LazyBoy. Yay. Set delivery for Friday. They confirmed said delivery on Thursday.
We had found a family that could use our old sofa/loveseat and were happy to give it to them.
Then, about an hour before the new sofa/loveseat were scheduled to arrive, I got a call. Only the loveseat could be delivered. Sofa is not in stock, but was supposed to arrive by now. Sigh.
So now we have a loveseat and a big empty space waiting for a sofa. Which I *hope* will arrive this week.
It's a discontinued color and we got it on sale, so I'm a bit nervous.
Debut was on the schedule for Saturday. However, a storm came through Friday night / Saturday morning. Most of the group bailed in the morning.
A few of us showed up anyway.
I must say, it was something special. Except for a few bridges which were sketchy, the trail was in good shape. The snow along side was beautiful. The weather was nice...32-ish and no wind.
We enjoyed 5 wonderful miles along the Bosque trail. It was spectacular.
A young couple from our church had been trying to adopt a little girl from Haiti for the past 2.5 yrs. It's been a frustratingly slow process. She was 6mo old when they started the process; she is 3 yrs old now.
In the midst of the tragedy caused by the earthquake, they got good news. The US embassy was speeding up adoptions already in progress.
They flew to Orlando to pick up their new daughter yesterday morning. Amazing.
Age of Majority
My firstborn, my son, the boy who forever changed my life, turned 18 this past Wednesday.
I'm sad about how quickly time has passed, but I couldn't be more proud of the wonderful young man that he has become.
Monday morning weigh-in 124.6 lbs