Tyson's Graduation Weekend was great. It was great to be together with all sorts of family and it was fun to see Tyson graduate. He looked accomplished in his cap and gown and he had a big smile on his face all weekend. This fall we will see him at Union. So we should end up in Lincoln a few times, and hopefully he can come up for some of his breaks.
We had a lot of family together this weekend and it was wonderful to see everyone. For all of you that did not make it, you missed out. Hope everyone made it home safe. We didn't get home on Monday until about midnight.
On Sunday evening Grandpa Kahler took us to dinner and then a little later back at the hotel we went swimming. It was Brannen's first time in the pool. At first he was a little scared, but that lasted only a minute. He loved it after that. I threw him up in the air and let him go under just a bit and he didn't seem to mind at all. The next morning Grandpa, Grandma, and Ian took off for home. Then we made our way to Minneapolis. We ate quick and dropped off Savannah, Nessa, and Dad at the airport. Then we made our way over to IKEA. We spent a bunch of time (and money) there. Got a cool lamp and some picture frames and much more... We said our goodbyes to mom, Tyson, and Jaymie.
On the way through Fargo we picked up our bikes from the Eichele's place in South Fargo. It was good to see them and they were so helpful in storing our bikes for the weekend. We saw there new place. Man is it nice. Jeannie decorates with just the right amount of neat stuff, not too much not too little. They still had some toys for the boys to play with and Jeannie said they kept most of them. I think she will be looking forward to grand kids.
When we got to Jamestown and turned right and drove past Hillcrest Leyton said, "Oh, we are home!" He loves being home. Less than 3 weeks and Judith is here...lots to prepare and get ready. Bis Spater.