Friday, February 8, 2008


Fear not, I'm alive! This past week has been very busy for me and I've also been feeling like I spend too much time on the computer (is this just me?!), so I've taken a little break. But, I'm back and ready to update.

Last weekend I spent alone in OKC with my aunt and uncle. It was so much fun to drive up and have some good time to myself. I was able to spend about 4 hours with my grandparents on Saturday at their apartment in an assisted living facility (where they are still settling's been a hard adjustment) and as we talked, and I helped them with some organizational needs. Later that evening, I went to a bachlorette party for an old friend of mine from OKC church days, Whitney. We have reconnected this past year and I look forward to spending more time with her in the months to come (her finacee owns a home not too far from us, and they will split their time between Frisco and OKC). The event was much fun and so well organized. We started at her house, for drinks and mingling, and not long after, a limo picked us up and took us to Bricktown (a rehabbed and swanky area in downtown OKC) where we dined on yummy sushi. Later, we headed back to her house for gifts and dessert. What fun night to be a part of! I made it back to Dallas on Sunday afternoon, in time to help Aron get ready for the Super Bowl party we hosted (though he had already done basically everything). My *amazing* husband took perfect care of Maggie all weekend long; I love that he is so good with her. Enjoy the pictures!
Whitney, the bride-to-be
In the limo


From L-R: Brooke (Whitney's younger sister), me, Whitney, and Whitney (yes, another one!) We were all friends growing up and it was fun to reconnect. Whit, this is the only shot I have; sorry about your glowing eyes. :)
Opening gifts

More gifts


  1. Hooray you're back! I really hope you won't give up blogging for Lent like you were considering. I would miss your news and updates too much!


  2. I love the one with all four of ya'll. Looks like a fun time...thanks for sharing it with us!

  3. Sista--love the new haircut! You look really beautiful in the one with the four of you guys. I can't believe how "old" we are now.