Monday, October 12, 2009

The reality

The reality of Aron being 18 hit me today. I had to call this place to get a password for an online site that has to do with some medication that Aron's on. Well I didn't know the password so I called the 1-800 number.

I told the lady who I was and this and that and the other and she says to me....."I'm sorry ma'am but I can't discuss this with you. I will need Aron to call me."

I said "Why I'm his mom"

She said "I'm sorry but he's 18 and a legal adult."

That sadden me but I understood. So I go into the livingroom and pout to Dave and tell him what happened.

This is what he said to me. "Did you tell her that our 18 year old adult is still sleeping from staying up so late playing video games last night?"

LOL....that just made me laugh!!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

17 years

17 years ago Dave asked me to marry him. I said "yes" It was the best desicion I ever made. I can not believe that it's been 17 years.
I love him with all my heart. I can't wait to see what the next 17 years bring. Thanks for asking me to be your life's partner!!! I love you Dave.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

18 years

I can not begin to tell you just how fast 18 years has gone! 18 years ago my first son was born. Aron. I remember one day I was crying and my dad looks at me and said "what's wrong?" Through my tears I said "he's going to be in Kindergarten before I know it."

Kindergarten!! In just 7 short months he will graduate from high school! On Wendsday he will turn 18. When he was younger I thought he would never grow up and now that he is I wish he was still younger. Not wanting to let go, I know I have to. It's a hard thing to do. But I am excited to see what God has planned for his life. The work path that he will choose. The family he will have.

I am proud to say that it's been an honor to of been his mom for 18 years. I am happy of the man he has become. The person he is. I am proud. I love you Aron James Bronson!!

Girls day out

Saturday my sister in law Sharon and I spent the day together. We went and got pedicures done. Sorry for the blury pictures. I had one of the guys there take it. Then we went to lunch at olive Garden. We had so much fun just talking and doing girl stuff!! Thanks Sharon for a great day and my we never forget the butt massage!! LOL

A lesson learned

Saturday Dave took Marcus, Ryan and Michael to the golf course to hit golf balls. While on the way home Michael says can I throw this golf ball out the window and see how high it will go?
Not thinking Dave let's Marcus throw the golf ball out the window and Michael and Marcus are hanging out the window trying to see how high it went as they pass a police officer!!
Dave said once they passed him he turned around and pulled them over! He got a warning and won't be throwing anymore golf balls out the window! Boys will be boys no matter how old you are.

Bradshaw VS Kellis

The Bradshaw Bears played Kellis High School in Phoenix this past Friday. Dave, Ryan and Michael planned on going down to see the game. They managed to get to Sunset Point which is about 45 minutes from our house. It took them 2 1/2 hrs just to get there. They are doing road construction. They turned around and came home. We listened to the game on the radio.
The Bears won 34-33

Thursday, October 1, 2009

My uneventfull evening

To say that my evening was uneventfull would be an understatement! Ok so I'm ill. Really I am. It's 6pm and my last day care has left. Marcus calls. Proceeds to tell me that he left his football bag in Aron's car. So I did what every mother would do. I went to get it.

So I get to Fry's and drive up and down every isle looking for the car. I don't see it so I go in and look around for him. I don't see him so I called him and he says he got off early and is at home.

Oh Geeze!! In the meantime I'm getting text from Marcus saying "Now?" "Are you close?" So I got home and got the bag. Drive all they way back to the school and drop off the bag.

In the meantime my fuel light has come on. So after I give him the football bag I headed over to Fry's to get gas. I get halfway home and Marcus calls. "Where's my white jersey?" You've go to be kidding me, heck if I know your the one who packed your bag. I ask him if he needs it and he says yes that he can't pratice without it.

Home again I go. Get the jersey and back to the school I head! At this point I want to just kill the kid! Back home I go only to turn around 45 min later to pick him up from practice! It's now 8:40pm and I am finally home.