Saturday, May 2, 2009


I've noticed a trend on blogs where folks do a "theme" day. I'm not normally the bandwagon type, but I think it's a pretty cool idea. So, today is officially the first "Shout Out Saturday." Each week (if I remember), I will give a "Shout Out" to someone that has impacted my week.

This week, I would like to give a Shout Out to my wonderful husband. He works way too hard without much recognition and affirmation. In the words of Donna Summer, "He works hard for his money" (ok, so I took some creative license with that one, but you get the idea). Last week alone, he worked late two nights, and then worked all day on his day off. This week he worked straight through the week with an icky cold. Some folks would use it as an easy excuse to take a "day off" but not him. I know his work ethic is something our blessings will admire once they are older. I know I do.

So, here's to you honey. Thanks for working hard. You are a wonderful example to our girls (and anyone else paying attention) of how to work hard, earn respect, live with integrity, do what's right, and not ask for anything in return and without complaining.

Daddy with his Eagles fans

p.s...I reserve the right to use humor in future SOS posts. Not all SOS posts are created equal. Some will be serious. Some will not.


  1. Love it. What a great guy. I also had thought of doing "Seriously?! Sundays" but thought it sounded kindof corny. Maybe one day. We'll see... :) Yours is a great idea.

  2. YAY for Uncle Brose!!!!!! Hey, wanna jump on the band waggon and post an F.U Friday!!!??? I DARE !!!! JUST KIDDING :P Great idea for the S.O.S love it.

  3. Such a great idea Heather! My favorite line, though, was "(if I remember)". Because that would totally be my problem with a theme day.

    Yay Brian! : )

  4. Great post and super idea! I was just looking at your girls photos on the side and they are just beautiful!


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