Monday, January 25, 2010

Bulldog Puppies

Concordia fans, Luke and Marshall are ready to cheer on the Bulldog basketball teams. The men's team is now in first place in the GPAC!! We will travel to Milwaukee this weekend to watch the men and women compete at CIT (Concordia Invitational Tournament), the second longest running college basketball tournament in the nation, trailing only the NIT (National Invitational Tournament). The Bulldogs have won the CIT title 20 of the last 24 years!

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Monday, January 11, 2010

Snowed In

After 5 days of Grandma and Grandpa being snowed in at the farm, it took a large tractor with a blade and a tractor with a blower working together to get the lane open! Being from the city, it boggles my mind how patient everyone is around here about waiting for the right conditions and the right equipment. It's just not as simple as calling your local snow plow guy and having him come plow the driveway. Many of the farmers with large tractors couldn't even get out to help people with their equipment because the country roads were drifted shut. Just a whole different world! If you're viewing this on Facebook and can't see the pics or video, come over to my blog at

The snow is higher than the fence along most of the lane!

Look how high Luke is above the car!

Friday, January 8, 2010

26 Weeks

I am 26 weeks pregnant in the photos below. C-section is tentatively scheduled for April 5, but final date will be set on Jan. 20. It's still hard for me to accept that the c-section is unavoidable. I'm hoping to get all my tears out about it well in advance so I can embrace the day without any sadness. The whole thing is such an assault on the's like knowing in advance you're going to have a car accident that will require major surgery and several weeks of recovery!! But hey, at least knowing in advance allows you to clear your calendar, right?

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Friday, January 1, 2010

Seevers Christmas Highlights

In reflecting upon the past couple weeks, I realized that in the middle of all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, the Seevers family had once again managed to have an absolutely wonderful, magical........I will go as far as saying "perfect" holiday celebration. These thoughts inspired me to put together this little movie of our Christmas Eve and Christmas day. We are all surely "Better Together"!