Saturday, March 22, 2008

Yipee Kimee!!!

Well, she has done it again! Everyone in the family now has a blog thanks to the fearless leader of the troops! Kim!!! What a wonderful older sister she is! I know it is hard to do, but she does it, and of course she will never let on that she is really great at it, but she is! She makes it all look so easy, and then she humbly says she doesn't do it. I'm not sure if she really doesn't think she is wonderful or if she just doesn't know she is. She is the perfect person to be the older sister! Thanks Kim for folowing up, keeping track and helping everyone to move forward in a united way! We all love you for it!

6 comments:

Tibbitts Paperbag said...

Don't give up you'll get it. call me if you get stuck. It was so nice to visist with you all on Sunday. Hope to see ya soon or at least blogg with you soon.

Hess said...

ok so where is the blog?

ljtalley said...

I am so ready to see something on this!

theadventursofsidandlinda said...

I know you're busy but we would love to hear from your neck of the woods, corner of the world, and spot on the map.

theadventursofsidandlinda said...

Yippee, You did it! We are all so excited to have you on board. Now all we have to do is get Paul and Nicole and we will be the United Thatcher Bloggers of America (UTBA). It was so great to have you all here yesterday. I can't believe how everyone is growing and changing. Andie is a mature, responsible adult, Seth is a regular teenager, Sid Thatcher puberty curly hair, BO and all. Ari seems much more level-headed and confident. Aidan is a little man with grown up verbiage and ideas. Hannah is making such wise decisions. I was amazed as you presented her with, 'do we use tears or words?' She immediately stopped crying and re-evaluated her approach to the butterfly-net situation. Sydnie seems to have grown at least three inches although you said she is still in size 3. You have made incredible progress at work in less than a year surpassing many who have been there much longer - what a dynamo you are! Paul seemed younger instead of older, maybe it was the great haircut! Can't wait until you come again. I hope you read somewhere that the Thatcher Family Reunion will be at the House on the Lake at Bear Lake July 6, 7, and 8th (Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.) All you have to do is somehow get Monday off and since it is well in advance I hope you'll be able to make it happen.

Hess said...

It was so great to see all your kids. I sat there as everyone was in the kitchen and had a flood of memories come back to me. All my wonderful memories of France. Finding great new adventures ever day. Eating crepes, getting fat, finding the greatest deals, walking the streets of Paris, carrying the stroller up and down the stairs on the metro, Paul taking me into see the red light district, eating gurros, going to the beach, riding the mobed, going to the farmers market, paintings, the old cottage, and of course our hot herbal tea every night. So many more outstanding memories I will never forget. And most of all in my time there I discovered to the most wonderful sister and friend. Thanks for loving me in such a hard time in my life. You helped me discover who I was and what path I needed to go down. You were always so much fun. I was always surprised that you really wanted me there. I always felt like I was wanted and needed. Thanks for time we had together and the unbreakable bond we share. I love you, and thanks for your wonderful example you are to me.