Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Taking it all in….

Jobe is learning (from his brothers) how to ‘be a boy’.

Just studying and taking it all in…

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Big Fun!!

I can’t believe my big boy is officially a First Grader!! Here he is heading off to his last day of kindergarten this morning…all ready for water day! He had so much fun. He got in the car after school and just started bawling. He was so extremely sad that this year has come to an end, it was so sad. But secretly it made me super excited. It showed me how much he adores school, his friends, and learning. It is bringing back so many memories of my old school days….I just wish that I would have shared his love for learning =)

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Oh, and thank you Uncle Slade for building the wheelchair ramp…

Freeman Ramp

Yep…that’s how we do it in the Freeman household. They do this all day…woooohooooo!!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Caglewood Ventures to Desoto/Vogel

What a gorgeous weekend it was!!!!!! The weather was absolutely beautiful – which we were owed since our last camping trip was a monsoon the entire time =)  The group this past weekend was an amazing hiking group – they all had a great deal of energy, positive attitude, and loved to explore.

One of the hiking destinations visited was Desoto Falls – beautiful!!




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Saturday night the group enjoyed some wonderful gumbo cooked over the fire! YUM!



And FINALLY on Sunday the little Freemans were able to visit, play, and hike with the group. They loved every minute of it and they absolutely adore our campers!


My sweet munchkin in his backpack for the first time….


The boys were able to join in on making peanut butter bird feeders to place on trees during our hike…

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Noah and his best bud, Stephen…

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This is what we all felt like….

Those Caglewood’ians’ know how to suck the marrow out of life…whew!


Caglewood is soon heading off to explore some caves in Tennessee!!!! Can’t wait!!!

 Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.Leo F. Buscaglia