All that being said, I got to see so much of my family this weekend and it was amazing. Grama Wallner came on Sunday and spent the night. I tell ya, she is a hoot. We were talking about dogs, and she mentions her neighbors. She says "Ohh he's a creature!. There's a husband, a wife and a kid and that damn big dog!" Haha. I also found out that she hates monkeys, and she thinks my pup, Snickers, is ugly.
We had a wonderful little campfire in the back yard. Monday, Dad and Jenna and I biked into town to see Grama and Grampa Loo. I know there can't be much that makes Daddio happier than a bike ride with the daughters. And my Grampa Loo's smile lights up the whole room. Grampa's are the cutest when they laugh.
I'm doing my best to cherish my family more. It's a wonder how many seconds I've wasted in ridiculous moments of being upset at them, trying to prove a point, or whatnot. And I'm bound to do it again, because I'm only human.
But they're always there. Not in the annoying way, but in the I'll really always be here for you type of way. And that, is grand.
|Grama Wallner. Healthiest funniest grams alive.|
|Daddio. The most loving man. :)|
|Mama. Such a free, loving spirit. :)|