Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Up to Hoosierville, U.S.A.

We headed north this past weekend. This was due to HB's new job which is based out of Indiana. We were attending the Christmas party, and it was the first time I had met his new comrades. I say new job, but he's been at it awhile now. Basically, he works from our bedroom. He has a business line, laptop, fax machine, the whole works. And he is in sales now. He loves it because he used to do all the research for the equipment he is selling now. We've seen him more in 3 months than in two years. While he loved working at the church doing media for them, the hours got to be too much on our family. So, God is good...all the time.
I guess it's confession time for me. I've been married to
Hunnybunny since 2002. This past weekend was our FIRST weekend away without the boys. Wild, huh? If we had the time, we had no money. And vice-versa.
Christmas came early for me this year as
Hunnybunny found a Sony store and bought me this Cybershot Digital camera. So, you know me: I went kind of camera happy. Sorry these are taken from the car.

This is the
Soldiers and Sailors Monument in the heart of Indianapolis. It was pretty cool looking. It was only 15 feet shorter than the Statue of Liberty.

I wish I could tell you something cool about this church, but I couldn't find anything online. Of course, we were driving through town on GAME DAY! It was a miracle that we could tool around at all.


Anonymous said...

Glad HB is able to work from home now. I hope you two enjoyed your weekend away. Congrats on your new camera! Your pix turned out great.

Pray for me--this is the busiest week of the year where I work--lots of road trips to deliver gifts and visit kids. Pray for the kids, too. Christmas is bittersweet for many of them.


Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah said...

I just got this exact same camera. I love it!

jenny said...

so thats how thay get that big x-mas tree down there lol i well lived down in muncie ,in for 18 mo's and well every time i got to go to the big city there i al ways had fun but one thing is thay have too miny one way st. lol and whats the name of the church i know i been past it a time or 2 but well never looked to see what the name was of it and i bet i could find some thing here on line abt it for you if you would like me too :)

Deb Geyer said...

Thanks for posting the Indy pictures. I grew up near there and miss it!