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Flood at 33 feet – June 7, 2011


Colbert Report – Rainbow Threat

Not everyone may agree with our views – – but you do have to agree that this is funny.


Crazy Month

Kyle moved twice, Kyle acquired a company tripple the size of our company and Kyle had a baby boy!  Wow… a lot for Kyle, and anyone that works for him (right susan!)

A month ago today we were given the go ahead to work on the acquisition of CENTURY 21 Davenport & Associates.  We worked all day and through the evenings trying to get everything ready for the Feb 1st date.  It brought back a lot of the fun times of when I did the First Star / US Bank merger and had all the prep work prior to the date of the conversion.   Except, I never pulled an all nighter at the bank.  Now that I look back at it, I was really going insane at about 3:00 am.  It’s a good thing no one was around.

I really need to thank (and keep thanking) my family and especially Jason for all the extra kid runs and nights home without mom around while I was working this past month.  But, it definately made the kids & Jason a lot closer.  Also, my mom was awesome in volunteering to come up for a few days and stay with the kids.  Jason also had some hective deadlines at that same time so it worked perfectly!

Now, onto some more fun times now that the excitement of the announcement is over… it’s time to work hard so I can leave work at 5:00…. and not worry about getting back to work till after the kids go to bed.


I thought of you

Here’s an awesome note Jason and I received from a very special friend this morning who moved us to become foster parents. I hope more out there will consider becoming foster / adoption parents in 2011.

I heard this song this morning on the radio and thought of both of you… wishes for a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year! (Your card was SOOOOOOO adorable!) Ours are a little delayed!

Okay….I’m not able to upload it at work….google it. It’s Steven Curtis Chapman’s All I Want. I’ve listed the lyrics below….but put the music in and it’s very, very powerful.

Well I don’t know if you remember me or not
I’m one of the kids they brought in from the home
I was the red-haired boy in an old green flannel shirt
You may not have seen me” I was standing off alone
I didn’t come and talk to you, ’cause that’s never worked before
And you’ll prob’ly never see this letter anyway
But just in case there’s something you can do to help me out
I’ll ask you one more time

All I really want for Christmas
Is someone to tuck me in
A shoulder to cry on if I lose
Shoulders to ride on if I win
There’s so much I could ask for
But there’s just one thing I need
All I really want for Christmas is a family

Well I guess I should go ahead and tell you now
If it’s really true about that list you have
Somehow I always seem to end up in a fight
But I’m really trying hard not to be bad
But maybe if I had a brother or a dad to wrestle with
Well, maybe they could teach me how to get along
And from everything I’ve heard
Sounds like the greatest gift on earth would be a mom

All I really want for Christmas
Is someone to tuck me in
A shoulder to cry on if I lose
Shoulders to ride on if I win
There’s so much I could ask for
But there’s just one thing I need
All I really want for Christmas
Is someone who’ll be there
To sing me “Happy Birthday”
For the next 100 years
And it’s OK if they’re not perfect
Well, even if they’re a little broken, that’s alright
‘Cause so am I

Well, I guess I should go
It’s almost time for bed
And maybe next time I write you
I’ll be at home

‘Cause all I really want for Christmas
Is someone to tuck me in
Tell me I’ll never be alone
Someone whose love will never end
Of all that I could ask for
Well, there’s just one thing I need
All I really want for Christmas
All I really want for Christmas is a family

Just a family

That’s all I really need.

All my best for a wonderful holiday!



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It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives, but what we do consistently. ~ Tony Robbins


Happy Holiday’s from the Anderson’s!


Weekend list accomplished!

Friday Night: we went out to eat as a family to Texas Roadhouse. The kids had never been there before and announced this was their favorite restaurant. Then, we went drove back looking at christmas light. Funny moment, when we told the kids we were going christmas light looking, they thought we would be going to a store to look at lights, they didn’t realize it meant we would look at lights on people’s houses. Thank u to cherrywood for your great display every year!

Saturday: cleaned the fridge, picked up some gifts, grocery shopping, went to B’s basketball game, went sledding, enjoyed hot coco / hot tea, B went to christmas party, family movie night and spent 4 hrs with grandma in the ER.

Sunday: made big breakfast, washed and made 3 beds, washed all clothes, baked and frostinged 4 dozen cookies with the kids, visited Santa and enjoyed a little time with my brother and sister-in-law.

Now — off to bed. We have the kids court tomorrow so please keep them in your prayers.

Virginia Anderson
Project Manager
Pro-Link Realty

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