Monday, June 27, 2011

Boys' Birthday Wishes

This photo was texted to Rodney this morning as a Happy Birthday message.




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Friday, June 24, 2011

Where's the Guthries?


Pen Air FCU won as finalist for Pensacola News Journal's Best of the Bay Readers' Choice Awards for "Best Place to Work" in Pensacola. Can you find me and the boys in the ad?

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Bummer...

My baby (vehicle) got a booboo. I pulled into a parking space next to a coworker and she opened her door at just the wrong moment. Just hoping I'm not at fault. Can't afford the repair bill. ;p





Her car:


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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Will's artwork is featured....

... on a Pen Air blog... Be sure to scroll down to the coloring contest winners. Will is saving up for "collage."

http://www.pennysaversclub.com/

Monday, June 20, 2011

Monday, June 13, 2011

Will's flying....

Well, sort of. Here is a photo that the Williams emailed over today of Will piloting a remote controlled airplane.

Sunday, June 05, 2011

Good and bad around the Guthrie house...

Bad:

The A/C broke on Memorial Day and the company the insurance company chose could not get out here until Thursday at 3 p.m. Guess what? A part needed to be ordered and that would take another 3 business days at the least. Guess what else? Pensacola is experiencing record heat this weekend: 102 degrees. Fun stuff!

When the A/C guy was out here Thursday, the washing machine broke. Yay! Rodney found one on Craigslist from a guy who has a side business of fixing and reselling them. So far so good on the new washer...

Good:

Will got STRAIGHT A's for the first time this year! We are so proud of him! His report card is below:


Peggy and Paul were here this week and we had a lot of fun together trying to stay cool! They and they boys left at 4 a.m. and arrived in Illinois last night for their summer adventure. Rodney and I have spent that time installing a new washer, bowling for charity and cleaning out the refrigerator... so far.

My first retirement ceremony...

I hadn't seen a USMC retirement ceremony before, and it was fun to see a friends' Joe Sachse retired and Rodney played a big part in the organization and execution of it. He was the commander of troops. Basically, he got to yell at 50 students telling them how to walk and stand in unison. Here are some pics: