Tuesday, February 26, 2008


I have recently re-decorated my living room with a new
leather sofa by Bassett....a couple of new lamps....a new
area rug....and new side table. The side table had a piece
of glass in the center, which I did not like. Tessia had the
brilliant idea of cutting a piece of leather to replace it...and
I love how it turned out!
I have also updated my bedroom with new linens, a new area rug, and some new art (painted by none other than me!) :)

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Being a Kid Again.......

I took Tessia and her friend, Jordan, to Fort Smith
last night. They went to the mall while I went to
Big Lots.
When it came time for supper....they decided
they wanted "to be kids again" and go to
Chuckie Cheese Pizza!! LOL!!

This is Jordan and Tessia with their Purple
Princess Cups!

They each got 25 tokens with the pizza and
they played a lot of games.

Their other friend, Mok, showed up...and
they all got together and had a blast.

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Today, Tessia, Nikki, and I went to Rogers, Arkansas and shopped at Pinnacle Hills Promenade .
We absolutely love this place.

Monday, February 04, 2008

Sad News

Officer Down: Sergeant Richard C. LeBow of Ozark, Arkansas

Biographical Info
Age: 51

Cause of Death: Automobile accident

Incident Details: Sergeant Richard LeBow was killed in an automobile accident on I-40 near Mulberry, at approximately 10:25 am today. His patrol car collided head-on with an oncoming tractor trailer.

Ark. trooper dies in highway accidentThe Associated Press

MULBERRY, Ark. — An Arkansas State Police trooper died in crash Monday on Interstate 40 in Crawford County after his cruiser collided with a tractor trailer. Sgt. Richard C. LeBow, 51, of Ozark, pulled out from an interstate median and collided with a truck in an eastbound lane, state police spokesman Bill Sadler said in a statement. Television reports said the tractor-trailer caught fire after the crash at mile marker 20 near Mulberry. Video showed a smoky crash scene and the front end of LeBow's cruiser destroyed. Sadler said the unidentified driver of the tractor-trailer was injured in the crash and taken to a Fort Smith hospital. The crash remains under investigation. LeBow is survived his mother Nadine, wife Kathy and two sons, Charles and Caleb. He is the 19th state trooper to die in the line of duty since the department was established in 1935.

Friday, February 01, 2008

First Snow of 2008

It just started to snow:
This is what we like to do when it is snowing and
cold outside.......put on our warm jammies......

.......find our favorite blanket........

......and snuggle down to stay warm!!