I also got caught up on on a couple of phone calls, one which was with our Grandson, Aiden. He was totally excited when he learned Lexus had puppies again. I told him I would email him puppy pictures, however he also wanted me to send along pictures of Bandit, Lexus and Mercedes as well, since he "had not seen them in some time and could maybe have forgotten what they looked like". LOL ... I love our grandboys !
Rob had to arise by 9:00 am this morning, even though he hadn't gotten in until 4:00 am, as we had an appointment with Al Hopkins of Sign Quest. It was a very important appointment, as today was the day ....
I am so very proud of my husband, as he is the very best "Crabby Cabbie" guy I will ever know in my lifetime. We have taken a step out in Faith with a New Beginning and Chapter in our Lives together.
There has been quite a bit background preparation leading up to this day arriving, along with a few laughs, mixed in with a little bit
Congratdulatons my Dear Rob, if anyone will work it and make it work, it will be you !!!
Rob and I would like to acknowledge the support and encouragement we have received up to this point from our Family and Friends. We look forward to it continuing, as I am sure we will still need all we can get along the way on our "Crabby Cabbie" journey.
Also we would like to thank, Russ Ewing, Facebook Page, "Stinky Dog", who created the "Crabby Cabbie" logo, Koreen Ryan of Ram Trophies Wiarton, who created the "Crabby Cabbie" patch for hats/shirts, Al Hopkins of Signquest Signs who created the "Crabby Cabbie" vehicle signage. A really "huge" thank you to both of our Mechanics who have been looking after the "Crabby Cabbie" vehicles to ensure our customers safety. Not only do these people possess wonderful gifts in their way of talent, we have found it to be an amazing pleasure to deal with them on a personal level as well. Thank you everyone for contributing your talents to help us make the "Crabby Cabbie" our true life reality !
Once our meeting with Al was finished with the logo installed, Rob and I made a mini road trip over by Cobble Beach, on Georgian Bay, just outside of the Owen Sound area.
We almost made it back into Wiarton, but before we did we happened along ....
Oh yah, and look what we "scored" for a total of $15 bucks .....
I really wish I could say we were able to call it a day at this point, but "nope" that wasn't happening.
When that was all done, there was still the clothes to be brought in and supper to be made ....
After I had done up the dishes, and Rob had taken out each of the "pack", I can now honestly say we are both sitting, each with a coffee beside us, while Rob is taking a bit of TV in while I sit with my Laptop here in front of me.
The day wouldn't be complete without showing off the "Spectacular Six", now would it?
One more time in and out with the "pack" yet this evening, and we can then call it a day, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".