Saturday, November 1, 2008

The Start of Many Lasts

It's so weird to think that Chad will be done in less than 7 months. We really never thought it would ever get here and now that it is, we are soooooo not ready! It started out on Friday with Halloween being our LAST Halloween in Hoboken. And today was our last trip to the New Jersey Six Flags since this was the closing weekend of the season.

It really is sad realizing that we are now experiencing our LAST of things. I hope that makes sense. Anyhoo, here's some pictures of mostly the kids enjoying their day. Six Flags was still decorated for Fright Fest so it was pretty awesome and we got there right when it opened so the guys had their go on roller coaster after roller coaster before the crowds came. One coaster, El Toro--said to be the best wooden coaster in the world, they went on four times in a row. As we were leaving and walking to our car in the parking lot Chad and I both looked behind us at the amusement park as Chad said "say goodbye to six flags for the last time". And it hit me, I'm not sure if I like this LAST kind of stuff!


4 comments:

mistieleigh said...

I PROMISE i understand your feelings on the"last of things" it is really kind of sad. Just think though how long you've known it is probably the last...so you have totally taken advantage and done SOOOO much. And btw- i really am sad we never made it to a halloween six flags advetnure with you guys. looks like a blast!! We missed you guys this year for halloween! love you guys...

The Zookeeper said...

Frightfest looks totally awesome. Way to take advantage of so much before you go and ditch us!!

Kikibug said...

Your kids are way too cute!
I haven't been in touch for a while.. where will you go after this? and how long have y'all been there?
I guess I should send a message through facebook instead
I LOVE the Halloween pictures too! Your daughter is the sweetest witch I have ever seen!!

Maile said...

Isn't it funny in a way to imagine missing this area? =) Ha ha, but I know we will miss it one day, too...unless we never leave!