Friday, March 26, 2010

Well, our travels are all done, until May, when we go to Utah for the blessing of Thomas Jefferson Coburn. We got back into our regular routine, mom off to work, and I had two weddings last weekend. And Ralph Foote and I went to Borah for their annual awards banquet and slide show. This weekend, I have a senior project rodeo, and benefit. A young cowboy in Adrian, OR is putting on a rodeo for his senior project with all money going to charity. Should be a fun event. Basketball is over, and the rodeo season has started, so saddle up, we are ready for an exciting summer season!

Friday, March 12, 2010

Detroit, day two, we all went to a local park and spent some "quality" time together. This means we went running and jumping outside the house, very relaxing!

This was my first moments in Detroit, day one. Me and Kyla Elise. Sweet times for the Coburns

Monday, March 8, 2010

Mike and Ryan, these are for you. Look what fun you are missing out on. Last weekend was the state boys basketball tourney, and beside great hoop action, some games got very heated. Yes they were yelling at each other, it is not a camera angle....

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Well, I took mom to the airport yesterday, headed for Michigan, and new grandchildren. I went to the state bball tourney, and when the games got over, I had a text from mom, she was holding little Kyla, because Andrew was sleeping. Then this morning, Christina had already posted a picture on her blog of mom holding Kyla. What wonderful times. Borah lost at the buzzer, by a basket, tough loss. Eagle will play Post Falls (north team) for the championship. Should be a real shoot out, looking forward to it. Have fun mom, see you next week.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

What an exciting week. The arrival of Thomas and Kyla. Patti and Alison went to Las Vegas, now mom goes off to Michigan. State basketball finals weekend is here. I will be going to Michigan next week, along with Lisa and Ryan2, and Alison. Followed by our annual March Madness Coburn Bracketology. Who wouldn't be excited.