When we were stopped at a truck stop one day I decided it was high time the boys got haircuts. So we got out our supplies, set up our camping chair on the ground next to the truck, and got to work. We were able to plug in our clippers to our inverter in the truck and put the cord out the door, and they both got top notch haircuts in the parking lot. The only problem we ran into was that the camping chair was too low, and so by the end, my back was aching like crazy!
There is a bridge in Louisana on I-10 that is 18 miles long. Yes, I said 18 miles. It goes across several swamps and bayous. The worst part about it is that trucks can only go in the right lane and they have to go slower than the cars. That drives Josh crazy! We have crossed this bridge at least 5 or 6 times.
We went to church in Baton Rouge, LA and as we pulled up to the church, we realized it shared a parking lot with the Temple! That was a fun surprise for us to be able to see the temple there. When we were at church, people just doted on Lizzy, just like they do everywhere we go. Everywhere we go, everyone makes comments about how cute and how small she is. Some of the descriptions used most often are petite, precious, delicate, and many have said that she looks just like a perfect little porcelin doll. They are always very good to include Mitch in the conversation and tell him how handsome he is and ask him questions about himself and his sister.