Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Tuesday Toss Up - The One With The Fun Times

Well, I hope everyone had a good Memorial Day weekend. I did. It didn't go quite as I planned because I didn't get to Carowinds yesterday. But it was all good because my brother, my sister, my niece, my nephew and I all went to see "Over the Hedge." It was so good! I highly recommend it!
My Tuesday Toss Up question to you today is, how did you spend your Memorial Day weekend? And did you take any time to remember those who fought and died for the freedoms we enjoy everyday?


aggiejenn said...

Hey Heather! On Saturday we went to the beach with some friends from church (8 adults, 9 kids). It was really fun to spend time together watching the kids play in the ocean. We thanked God for those who have died defending our country and allowing us the freedoms that we enjoy!

GiBee said...

I threw my back out carrying a very big Hunter in his carseat while running errands on Saturday, kept my back thrown out as I hobbled around the house to clean and cook for a cookout, fell into bed on top of a heating pad, after consuming 5 too many Aleeve, only to wake up at 2 in the morning unable to go back to sleep! Limped through church on Sunday, saw a tear jerking video at church for Memorial Day, rushed home, straightened the house, put Hunter to sleep, took a 1 hour nap, woke up in time to have a cookout for our new summer worship intern and his mom, the pastorman and his wife, and three other people, plus me and hubby, cleaned up afterward, put baby to bed, came back down to chat, ran back up to comfort screaming child, crashed in bed, slept until 8:30 Monday, and did absolutely.nothing.all.day.

Well -- you asked!

Peggy said...

Had hubby and stepdaughter and her son home for a few days so we grilled out and I baked and baked and cooked and cooked. We also had a nice dinner on Memorial Day to honor hubby who is retired army and to remember our family members and others who served in the military. It was a little sad but also a nice time remembering stories.