I love days when I am super productive. I was in constant motion today in meetings. I even did a live PERISCOPE from my products at Joann Fabric and Crafts. I did have some girls watching me. It was fun to do and I know that many people are not able to go to a Joann and this way they can still see what I have there.
I am really excited for ALL the events that I will be doing this year. We had meetings today to go over all the details and plan some great things today for my upcoming TC Vegas Event today.
Anyway, I went straight from my office to go watch Zach play in a double header. I loved that McKay, Missy and Brian came to cheer the team and Zach on. They won both of them!
We literally laugh the entire time at each other.
Missy is like another daughter to me.
Tonight we had a chill night at home. This is the BEST!
Spencer and Ty have a LOVE for cars and they went for a ride in the car that Tyler recently purchased.
So here is the real story. Right before Tyler died he wanted to buy cars for the boys. He was very generous to 16 year old boys and the boys had nice cars. Tyler asked me a few months ago to sell his jeep. This jeep was only a couple of years old and would be any teenager dream car (or adult for that matter). So I thought he was crazy to not have a car and we sold it.
Then Tyler took TRAX or got rides to school with Zach or his girlfriend for the past couple of months. He never complained. He works at Super Sonic carwash after school and SAVES money. He came to me about two weeks ago and said he was going to buy himself a car. He wanted to buy it completely on his own.
I was really taken back when he wanted and purchased a 1998 Honda Civic LX. He had saved up all the money and paid $950.00 for HIS car.
I asked him why he decided to sell the jeep and then to buy the Honda. He told me that he realized that he wanted to work and pay for his own car and not hear things like "oh, daddy and mommy bought you that jeep." It made him want to buy a car all by himself. He realizes the value of a dollar and I am really
proud of his decision.