Monday, September 17, 2007


Happy Birthday Grandmommy! I am sorry I am writing this so late in the day,so you surely won't see it until tomorrow, but hey - I'm a Bibby, so of course I'm a little bit late.. Did you have any birthday cake? Oooh, I love cake.
I went to Austin this weekend and babysat Jacob, John and Tracy's son. I got to take him to Kindergarten on Friday morning and pick him up, and we played for three days. It was so much fun. I was the babysitter while John and Tracy worked at a BIG music festival in Austin and sold thousands of hamburgers, cheese fries, and watermelon to 70,000 hungry people. Jacob was pretty sure that everyone was going to the festival just to eat his Daddy's hamburgers!
Chris, my boyfriend, and his friend Josh went down there too to help at the burger stand, and Sean was there to play in an Ultimate Frisbee tournament, so we got to see each other too.
I saw everyone in the family except you and Dad, and we sure did miss you two.
Now I have to write a short paper about the President's speech last Thursday.
I love you very very much and I wish you a happy day-after-your-birthday!

Sunday, September 9, 2007


I feel better!
If you have read the previous post, you know that I have been sick. But today I feel better! Just wanted to let you know.

Friday, September 7, 2007

under the weather

Hello! I have been sick for the last couple of days, with a fever and headache and achiness but I think I am getting better. Chris made me some soup and we played games, including one that Dad got me for my birthday last year.
School is going well, and so is work in the library.
Here are a few pictures that you may enjoy, Grandmommy They were given to me by a mysterious source who is probably sitting next to you as you read this.
This is from a "Happy Hour" event there at Vickery Towers where
you and Dad put a dollar in the pot, but didn't win.
In this picture are the singer, Cheryl and Karen. "and the winner is..."
This is the Skillman Avenue Church of Christ where you went for so many years.
and this is you as a little girl, probably 6 or 7? How pretty! You always have been a looker.

I love you very much and I'm going to go watch a movie now with my roommate and my boyfriend, and try to get well.