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Thursday, Dec. 6th

Thursday, December 06, 2018

Finally! A day that pretty much went off just as planned!
emoticon 30 min. nap
emoticon 90 min. class on upcoming changes to Family-Directed Services (government)
emoticon lunch
emoticon laundry
emoticon emergency taxi for Isaac so he didn't miss the bus for basketball (away games)
emoticon paid work -- got ALL the budget reviews done for the month
emoticon watched a couple of Hallmark Christmas movies
emoticon Dairy Queen for supper with Tim
emoticon watching "You Can't Fight Christmas"

Tim's first day went great at Keller Associates. He sent me this picture with the email announcing his arrival. (Tim is on the right.)

The guy with him is our good friend Greg (their family was in our adoptive playgroup) and he got credit for being the one to refer Tim to the company. He brought home money for our travel expenses to the Christmas party in Sun Valley. We will head out tomorrow morning about 9 to this beautiful winter wonderland.

He will attend a couple of workshops in the afternoon and then the social hour and dinner begins about 6. I am praying our room is ready before 4, but if not, I'll find somewhere to hang out. Going to be a completely different place than I visited in early June!

Maegann's first day went great as well. It was only orientation today and training begins tomorrow at 2. She is stopping by Michael's on her way home so we should hear more details once she gets here.

Isaac is going to have a very long night as the games are away and the drive is about 30 minutes or more to get back.

It is going to be very strange leaving both kids home while we are in Sun Valley, but as Isaac will be in school until about 3 and then he has to go back for practice from 6-8 he will only have a few hours "unattended". Maegann will find 2 pm comes quickly and she will have the dogs to take care of too before she heads to work. We should be back home early afternoon on Saturday. Will leave them a couple of contact numbers of friends for emergency.
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