We knew that this move was going to be particularly hard on Tab and so I decided to try to do what I could to make it a little bit easier on him. So I am making him a little "scrapbook" about Kirksville. I took pictures of him in front of some of his favorite places. Since he calls where we lived his Grim Court North house, it will be titled like this post. So here are some of the pictures that will be featured.
Tab in front of the Kirksville sign as you enter town from the south. The town slogan is "Where people make the difference." A few days before we moved my neighbor mentioned this and we talked about how true it is. If it weren't for all of the fabulous people there, Kirksville really would be just a po dunk town with just a walmart.
The Aquatic CenterThe Library
RedBox...lolHyVee... he loved and I hated these car carts. This is the sign in front of his Preschool.
In front of the TCC, aka the gym.Tab loves elevators and this is the one he knows best. It is in "Daddy's school" This elevator has gotten him and a few of his friends in quite a bit of trouble in the past...In front of the "commons" entrance at "daddy's school". He loved to go and hang out here and eat lunch with Daddy.Pointing to the sign in the commons.Tab loves watertowers. He points them out wherever we go. This is one of 4 water towers in town.At Kum & Go. This was daddy's watering hole. Tab called it the Candy Store because every couple of Saturday's Jason would take the boys with him to fill up his soda cup and buy them each a laffy taffy or sucker.One of our favorite places in town was Truman University. They had a lot of different events that we took the boys to. I've blogged about a lot of them. As soon as the weather started to warm up we would go for "bike walks" there. One of the places we always stopped at was the bells. The boys would walk up and down banging on each bell.This is Tab in front of the clock tower at Truman. He called it the ding dong bell. He always got so excited when we happened to be there when the ding dong bell clanged.
And finally, our Grim Court North house. We miss you already...