This is not a great picture because I had to take it on the sly...
the university that Jason will be attending in the fall had a dinner for incoming freshman in the area. It was great. They put all the kids at one table to get to know one another and then the parents and family sat at tables around the room. I was so impressed with this and happy to get the opportunity to meet some other parents with children going to JBU.
Mom and I headed out to a great mall this morning and I got to meet in person Linda from Mocha with Linda!!!! I can't tell you how fun it is to meet blogging friends face to face! I just wish we had had more time! It seems to go so fast!!
Boy do I miss these......bluebonnets!
The three of us around my Aunt's plaque. tomorrow is the dedication....praying for no rain!
What are vacations for than for relaxing and napping?
We saw the 12 tenors in the morning. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed them...that is until one of them grabbed me from the audience to dance...ugh! Maybe it was because I was the youngest lady in the room! ha!
Then in the evening we went to see Six....
These guys were AWESOME!!!! they are brothers and all their music and instruments were made only with their voices..very cool! they were also a lot of fun. I think this was my favorite show!
What a great day! We spent the morning lounging around and then sat through a sales presentation on time shares.....we were given 2 tickets to a show at the end and they were dismayed by our strength to say NO to the time share!! I'll sit through just about anything for free tickets! ha! We toured Stonehill winery in the afternoon, this was taken while tasting wine at the end of the tour! yum! And then we spent the evening at the Dixie Stampede!
I am a woman in mid-life who loves the Lord and her family!! I am the mom of 3 absolutely amazing kids (23, 21, 19) who make my life happy, crazy, busy.....perfect! I am also a pastor's wife. I try to live each day looking for where God is working so that I can join him there.
I am attempting to take one photograph each day of this next year. My hope is to be able to slow down and see the small things, become a better photographer and to be reminded of the many blessings God sends my way!