Friday, December 26, 2008
Last Tuesday my mom and sister, Kelli and I went and saw Twilight, finally! We all loved the books and were really excited to see the movie together, and after many failed attempts we finally got our schedules in sync. It was great, a little cheesy, but great. The best part was having a girls night and seeing it all together. I love these ladies. They are so fun, we always have a great time together. Thanks so much for always being there for me and for always making me laugh!
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Last Friday a few of my dearest and oldest friends decided that this holiday season we would start a new tradition by having a sleep over. We braved the incredible blizzard and had the most amazing time! We went to dinner and then thanks to the lovely Lindsey A. we slept at the Yale abode, well, we slept a little bit. We stayed up till five thirty in the morning talking, laughing, crying ( actually, I think I was the only one we spilled a tear, typical) and reminiscing. Then we were up by nine to go to breakfast. It was so fun. We have to do it again. Liz- Thanks for the first photo, a picture of us from back in the East High days, I can't believe it has been almost eight years. We look so young! All who went was Lindsey, Alexis, Michelle, Brynn,( sorry you couldn't stay for the sleep over) Lindsey, and Liz. Thanks girls for the absolutely wonderful time, until next year!
Saturday, December 13, 2008
I Love the festival of Trees. Christmas just would not be the same with out it. It begins the season. I went this year with my mom, my sister Kelli and her kids, Ben, Gracie and Evie. We had so much fun. We love the scones and the yummy Cinnamon rolls, and walking down rows and rows of beautifully decorated trees. This year my favorite by far was the blown glass tree. It was amazing! I also loved the Ginormous gingerbread castle.
Friday, November 28, 2008
Quinn and I had a bit of a disagreement the other day, so to being the sweet husband that he is he came to my work and filled my car with Balloons and a big candy bar poster. It made me feel like I was back in high school getting asked to a dance. It was a really fun surprise, and a very cute way of saying sorry.
Friday, November 14, 2008
Last week Quinn and I got to go to a Cystic Fibrosis fundraising dinner with the Johnson's. It was held at the Grand America and was Absolutely beautiful! They had a dine around where the finest restaurants came and you got to sample their wonderful food. There was a silent and live auction that raised needed money for the research for cystic fibrosis. Every year that we go is a little bit emotional for me. I have been watching William since he was just one year old and I love this little guy. It is nice to go and listen to all the advances we are making in research to treating CF. The life expectancy has raised dramatically in the past few decades, and hopefully, in the future it will produce a cure. I am so grateful for Will in my life, he has taught me so many wonderful lessons. He truly is a little angel!
Monday, November 10, 2008
I stole these pictures from my sister in law's blog, I really hope she doesn't mind, but we don't get to see Josh and Nick very often so I wanted to add them to my post about fun Halloween costumes. We love these two. We miss them all the time! Great Costumes!
Sunday, November 2, 2008
I just LOVE Halloween. The smell of fall, the kids getting dressed up, the leaves, it is all so wonderful. This year we got to see our cute nieces and nephews dressed up as all sorts of great things. They were so adorable! We just love them and are so blessed to have them in our lives. I also stopped by my salon and took a picture of the girls that got dressed up, they were hilarious I just wished I had seen them all, but a few had already left for the night. Cubbie was a cubs player again, and it was fun because it was her third birthday! Happy Halloween!