4th of July being on a Sunday through off lots of festivities in our area to Monday but we had a great time with the girls. We ended up having a slow day after a great Church service then grilling and popping fireworks with friend’s. Our town had their stuff on the 5th and we got to watch Zack again in the Fire vs. PD annual softball game.
I took the girls to this fun mural that’s in a small town not far from us. I’ve always loved it and wanted to snap a few with their dogs in these fun tees.
I love this new company I found. The tees are so nice and I have linked them for you here.
So thankful to live in a free country. Hope you all had a wonderful independence day.
I am so excited to finally share that Zack landed his dream job and got hired at our local fire department! After a long process (since November) of interviews, physical tests, etc. he was called and accepted the offer. He actually got the call on the night he graduated from the Fire Academy back in January but his start date began April 4th. A big prayer answered for us and we are so thankful for this blessing. I am so excited to see where his career takes him. He absolutely loves what he does and has the biggest servants heart. He truly cares for others and I know will go far as a fireman.
Our town’s Rotary Club has an annual pancake fry fundraiser with the fire department and it fell on his first week of work (April 6th.) Paisley was so excited to see where daddy worked and was hoping Sparky the dalmatian would be there. I love that our department is so family friendly. The kids got to take their pictures on the trucks and old wagon and Paisley kept telling me that her daddy was at the station now because he is a “fighter fighter.”
We are so, so proud of you babe! Thank you for all you do for not only us, but for others.
After months of hard work, determination, home work, tests, physical trials, stress, and much more, my sweet husband has graduated from the Fire Academy! He put in so much hard work and I am so proud of him. Last night we got to witness him accept his diploma and it was such a rewarding experience. We love you so much, Zack! Thank you for all you do for our family. We are so excited to start this new journey with you. And, I’m pretty excited to be a firefighter wife. ;)
I know the Mr. doesn’t get a ton of exposure here because it’s always Paisley and Scout spam so I wanted to do a little update on the hubs. After a lot of decision making and praying he decided to take a leap of faith and finally begin his journey to become a firefighter. In July, he was accepted in the academy where we live and they started classes last week. I am so proud of him and cannot wait to see him in gear.
They have a little Facebook group where his instructors post photos of them during the day so I thought I would share.It’s been a huge change around our house but it won’t be for long. He has a lot of home work and his days are pretty strenuous. There is so much more to being a fireman than I realized. He graduates in January and we are hoping and praying that he is hired right out here in our community after.
I love you, babe. Thank you for working so hard for our family. I am so proud of you!