Thursday, August 17, 2006

Whoops

I thought I had corrected Tanners age but looked back on the blog and could not find that I sent anything regarding the fact that he is only 15 not 16. Maybe I just emailed the correction but hey, I am getting old and the memory is the first thing to go (smiles).
Anyhow, as much as Tanner wishes he was 16 and driving on his own, he is still a mere 15 years old as of August 14th, 2006 and will still be driving with his learners permit for another year. The big 16 will be next year. Sorry for the confusion or the lack of making the correction earlier.
Take care all....vroom...vroom...look out for that skateboarder who is now behind the wheel...can we buy a car with the brake installed on the passenger side!! (smiles)
Farmington Jo

5 comments:

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

I thought he was turning 15, then Diane said 16, and I was confused!
Happy 15th birthday!:)
Jenny

anna said...

lol what a blast that would be ta get ta drive!! awesome!!

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

Anna:
You will be driving before you know it. That's when us parents really get nervous, when our kids get behind the wheel. (smiles)
How's school going? I loved your mom's comment about taking down the pool cause it was down to 96.....what a hoot.
Take Care!
Jody

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

I sent Tanner a card for a 16th
birthday as that is what I have
on my calendar. Check the
calendars I gave for Christmas.
Perhaps each has him at a
different age!

John Randall called me a long
time ago that I had his age
wrong on the calendar! How
many others are wrong? dk

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

Diane, I think our anniversary was wrong??? We have been married for 7 years. The only way I can keep track is by Mitchell's age.
Don't worry, it's all just a number. I kinda liked it when everyone thought I was 38 instead of 48. I feel like I'm 30 some days and others much, much older...(smiles)
Don't stop doing the calendars, I don't care if you have everyone's age wrong (please mess mine up next year and make me younger-haha), it's the date that counts. I love the calendars and all the work that you put in to them!
Farmington Jo