Monday, September 03, 2012
Posted by Jeanne at 11:18 AM
Sunday, May 20, 2012
Ok, been a LLLLOOOONNNNNGGGGG time since I posted. Much has happended. Jeremy surprised me last weekend and came home for mother's day. It was SO wonderful to see him and have him home for a few days. Wish Mandi had been with him too but she is finishing up the school year in Florida. Next weekend, Ronnie flys down to get her and all the "stuff" and drive it up to Aiken. Then the move will be complete!!! She is SO excited to get up there with Jeremy as he is to have her home at last. It is so great to see your children happy and healthy. School year almost over here. TIF grant goes in tomorrow. Enjoy the sunshine!!!
Posted by Jeanne at 12:38 PM
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Mandi left for Aiken, S.C. on Friday to join Jeremy. Today they called and said they found an apartment they both like very much. Bigger than the one in Florida and cheaper too. J is off on Monday and Tuesday so they will move in on Monday. J is so happy to be in their own place and out of the club and the stinky hotel room (was a smoking room).
Pat and I went to Mt. Vernon today to shop, had lunch and came home. Nice day to be out.
Mert and Bill will be home in a month. We pick them up in Akron on April 5th.
Working Thurs and Fri this week. Fri. is all day in Columbus. Oh, well someone has to do it...
Supposed to be a warm week here in Ohio..ENJOY!
Posted by Jeanne at 8:05 PM
Friday, February 24, 2012
Jeremy is on his way to Sage Valley to begin his new job. Mandi wishes she could go with him but in two weeks she will join him over spring break and hopefully they will find their home near the golf course. She has most of their household things packed and labeled. Jeremy said all that was left was her clothes. Boxes everywhere according to him.
Worked two days this week. Have to do some work on the non tested grades and special areas. Meeting planned for early March. Lots of reading to catch up on this week.
"To find beauty in everyone you must see beauty in everyone, then announce that you see it, for in announcing it, you place it there in their reality. Do not miss a single chance -- not one single opportunity -- to tell someone how wonderful they are, how special they are, how important to you they are, how incredible as a person they are, how beautiful they are inside and out. Do not miss a single opening in which to insert such a comment, genuinely felt and genuinely meant. Make it your life's mission today to bring to the attention of another just how extraordinary they are. Say it. Say it. SAY it. Their heart is waiting to know that their own best thought about themselves can be believed.” ~ Neale Donald Walsch
Posted by Jeanne at 10:48 AM
Thursday, February 16, 2012
What a week!!! Jeremy sent a resume to Sage Valley, was given a phone interview and then asked to travel to Augusta for a face to face interview. HE GOT THE JOB!! What a fabulous opportunity for he and Mandi!!! He will begin his new job March 1 and Mandi will finish out the school year then join him in May. She has a spring break so they can house/apt. hunt then.
SO excited for them and us too. They are only 600 miles away now and it is a doable road trip for a weekend visit.
Happy Dance Happy Dance!!!
Posted by Jeanne at 3:08 PM
Sunday, February 05, 2012
Someone is starting a new phase of their life today, and you will be especially tuned into it. The purpose of your allegiance with this person is not completely clear, but you will serve as a witness, as proof of another person's fresh beginning. This person could be anyone -- a family member, a friend or even a complete stranger. Your task is to stay in the moment to be ready to gain inspiration from someone else's remarkable transformation.
Just in case some good news comes this week to someone I know I can say it was in the stars!
Posted by Jeanne at 3:31 PM
Saturday, February 04, 2012
HAPPY 37TH BIRTHDAY JEREMY! WE LOVE YOU!!
Live your life each day as you would climb a mountain. An occasional glance towards the summit keeps the goal in mind, but many beautiful scenes are to be observed from each new vantage point.
- Harold B. Melchart
Posted by Jeanne at 7:50 PM