San Antonio houses on average have the smallest garages I have ever seen. In Little Rock we had a huge garage with storage on all three sides. We've been here 8 months now and we still don't have a car in the garage. Brian picked up three more ceiling shelves and spent most of the evening installing those yesterday. He did take a break for homemade pizza and to give the girls a bath. They are so happy to be able to take baths together again. That was the only bad part about Landree having a cast.
We went to early church this morning and when we got home we started taking down all of the Christmas decorations. Landree was not a happy camper at all she got upset when Peyton and I started taking the ornaments off the tree. We finally got it all down and packed away and Brian got it loaded on the new shelves. We had planned to eat leftover pizza for lunch. I had the girls all ready and couldn't find ours and asked Brian where he had put it. We soon realized that Sophie must have eaten last night, no wonder she wasn't interested in her dog food. You can tell we aren't used to having a tall dog around here. It ended up working out and we just ate hot dogs instead and saved more points for fajitas at supper. Maybe we should keep her around- she is good for dieting. Brian spent the rest of the day working on the garage so that maybe my suburban can get in there one day. I spent the rest of the day recovering my downstairs from Christmas. I eventually finished and started working on my first scrapbook page from our Disney trip. The Willards came and got Sophie and we are planning to get back in the swing of things tomorrow. Just from experience there will be a lot of grumpy kids and teachers tomorrow.