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My new home.

I'll be spending the next 3 nights and 4 days here..
Lake San Antonio in beautiful wine country. We are taking 25 high school students well about 10 of them just graduated high school but we're bringin' them! This is the 3rd lake trip I have been in charge of, first for camping. The last two have been houseboat trips which were pretty much amazing but I am so looking forward to this week and roughin it in our tents! I will be living in a 3 room tent. Yeah..we'll be living large on the lake. I just bought a brand new beach chair today that has a built in pillow, packed my aero bed. I think I'm all set. All I am missing is my hott husband. He has to stay behind and work. Boo! Since mom, dad and grandpa are my only avid readers of the blog (that I know of) this is for you:
Please do not worry about me this week. If I do get on an inner tube I will make sure the boat is going 5mph, I can't get hurt on the knee board (I'm pretty good!) and wake boarding, well I suck at that so I won't even try. I will call you every night so you know I'm safe. No broken bones, I promise! Please also comfort my husband this week as he is totally freaked out that I'm going to get hurt...again.
That's all for now. Have a great week blogging world. I'll be back Wednesday night with pictures and some pretty awesome stories I'm sure..

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