Well, today was Keegan's first day of Kindergarten. I've only had a couple of weeks to mentally prepare myself and every time I even thought about it, the tears would start. So I was expecting nothing less than a complete ball session after I dropped him off today. But surprisingly, it didn't happen. Keegan was so excited to start school and already loved his teacher. I dropped him off, watched him march into school like such a big boy, and took off without even shedding a tear. That's it!!! I can't believe it myself. Doug was even surprised by how well I kept it together. I guess I'm going to be okay after all :)
Doug and I have been completely attached to our television since the Olympics began. We were amazed by the opening ceremony and have continued to be in awe of all the thrilling performances by our Olympians. Our favorite moment so far has to be when the US men beat the trash talkin' French in the 4x100 free relay. It was late at night and Keegan was sound asleep, but we couldn't help screaming at the top of our lungs, cheering on Lezak, not wanting to hope, but then, hold on, hold on, I think he's going to do it!!! He did it - I can't believe he did it!! Take that you French !$#@#$@#!!!! And then hoping that Keegan was still asleep and amazed that he could actually sleep through so much noise.
We've loved the swimming, gymnastics, soccer, basketball and volleyball and are excited for all the track and field events - although it looks like Jamaica is going to give us a run for our money! We'll definitely be tuning in - go team USA!!!!!!
Today is our 9th wedding anniversary - I can't believe it's already been 9 years!! They've flown by so quickly. I decided to post some pics from our big day, since hardly anyone has actually seen any of them :) I really was so lucky to find such a great guy to marry. He's better than I could have hoped for and is a totally amazing dad, too! Thanks for making the last nine years the best of my life Doug. I love you babe!!