Thursday, December 17 –
We were so excited to be among the first group in Lubbock to see the new Star Wars movie. It was amazing. We had a great day in Lubbock shopping and eating out, too.
Waiting to get in the theater
Ready for the show to start.
At the Imax 3D, the characters really jump out at you.
Thursday, November 26 –
We had a very fun group assembled at the Pringle’s in Wilson today. Sunny invited a family from Germany that is in Texas attending the Sunset International Bible Institute in Lubbock. Melissa brought a friend of hers who was visiting, and we got to know Kevin’s brother and his family who have moved to Idalou from Montana.
turkey, ham and ALL the trimmings
…like I was saying
Misty and Kevin, the hosts
just in case you need a snack
getting ready to eat
Aspen’s new tunic
The Shannon table
the kids having fun in the playroom
the playroom kitchen
Tuesday, June 16 –
We met family in Lubbock for an impromptu mass birthday celebration. Granny, Laredo and Courtney were all having another birthday either today or tomorrow. We met for supper after hitting a few stores for “on demand” birthday gifts.
Andrea invited Laredo to a banquet given by her LCU social club. They decided to both wear black. Don’t they look great?
Thursday, April 16 –
Today we ran to Lubbock. As with most of our trips to the big city, we had several reasons for going and several errands to run–many more than could possibly be accomplished.
Our main reason was to see Andrea Crowley inducted into the prestigious Sigma Tau Delta International Collegiate Honor Society.
We also enjoyed going to supper with her parents and grandparents. Earlier in the day we shopped at our favorite used clothing store and found some treasures.
On the way home, thunderstorms were active in counties all around us. We were treated to an awesome display of atmospheric eye candy.
Friday, December 5 –
A beautiful sunrise was in full bloom as we were loading up.
In the first valley we came to, a blanket of fog was hanging in the low spots.
Great Granny gave Marian a rocking chair.
Atlanta wanted Stockton and Carolina to pick out their own Christmas presents at Hobby Lobby. I think we spent 4 hours there and didn’t even make it to every isle. They had so much fun and got some real treasures.
Saturday, April 5, 2014
We traveled to Lubbock Saturday morning to attend the memorial service for our good friend, Eugene Pringle. Besides being Kevin’s father (Windy’s brother-in-law), he was also the father of Windy’s best friend in high school, Kayla. Over the years we’ve enjoyed visiting with Mona and Eugene at family gatherings. In the last few years, Misty and Kevin have hosted Thanksgiving and Christmas get-togethers at their beautiful home inWilson that brought both sides of the family together at the same time. This gave us lots of opportunity for getting to know the Pringle side of the family better. Eugene will be missed by everyone that was privileged to know him.