Monday, June 9, 2008


Can you believe that I might actually blog? Okay, it might last only a week but it will be fun for this week!
My friend, Aimee (whom I haven't seen in years), started a blog and I thought...sure...I could do this. Those of you that know me well know that it might not last.
For those of you that haven't heard from us in apologies.

Shane and I are living up in North Texas now and he is the Pastor of Walnut Creek Baptist Church. I teach school (2nd grade) in a small rural town near my hometown. We are very close to my family in proximity and love that! G (as I guess I should refer to my daughter) is getting very grown up. She had her 11th birthday this year and is starting to ride in the front seat. E (as I guess I should refer to my son) is 3 1/2 and funny as can be. He lives life to make us laugh or cry. He is very dramatic and couldn't really understand why dad, mom and G all have a birthday in the first week of June. Poor Shane, though, he thought he was 37 years old all year long so it was kinda a shock when he found out that he is just turning 37. I, on the other hand, think that 35 must be the perfect age. You aren't old enough to have grand kids but you are old enough for people to respect you. This might be a really good year for me age wise!

Birthday stuff-
Mom came down on Monday and we went to Fort Worth for my birthday. We drove around the north side of Fort Worth to see where my great grandparents once lived. That was a cool drive down memory lane. We went shopping and mom and I got lots of clothes. E was a little tired of the shopping so when he prayed over dinner (Chipotle's-my favorite), he thanked God that we were done shopping.

Tuesday-We went to Grapevine for G's birthday. She wanted to rock climb and bungee jump at Grapevine Mills mall. E went to daycare for the day as we decided that he truly had his filling of shopping. G did a lot of shopping and was quite disappointed to find out that the rock climb and bungee jump were closed for the day. We ended up the day with Olive Garden and a cookie cake for her birthday.

Shane's birthday was spent resting and him getting ready for his mission trip to Galveston. Poor guy-work, work, work!

Well, I am signing off of my first blog. Don't know that you will ever want to read this again but my momma will love it.


  1. I love your BLOG! Keep it up. It is a GREAT way for everyone to keep up with each other.

  2. It is a great way to keep up! I'm kind of scared your the second person to start a blog inspired by little old me. I'll book mark you and check in periodicly!

  3. Wow!
    that's one more blog than i have written. not bad for your first.

  4. Lisa Kay, I am so impressed with your blog! (However, I am not inspired enough to create my own.) It is a great way to keep up with my favorite Scott Family! I will send you a separate email to catch you up on us and schedule a date to get together.

  5. It is a little wierd!! Scary,huh!!!

  6. I LOVE IT!!!!!! Keep it up.

    love, mom

  7. For those of us that know you and are not on regular email contact I love the blog thing. Even if you only do it once a week or month it is a great way to keep people up on what you are doing. If you like journaling then this is great as well. I hate journaling, but don't have a problem with short snippets like this. I can also respond to lots of people this way. Keep it up once in a while. Carla