I'm not sure what my problem is, but I just don't feel like blogging this year! I'm sure that I'll pick up the habit of doing it daily sooner or later. We've got plenty of blog-worthy things going on in our lives, but I'm just being lazy. One day I'll regret not posting about them, I know.
On Friday, May 1st we hosted a 30th Wedding Anniversary for my in-laws. It was a great success. Lots of friends and family members celebrated with us. Wayne and Wanda had a blast which was our main goal.
Saturday morning we headed to Shiner for Heather's wedding. I did a great job reading....which means that I held back the tears!! I've decided that I will NEVER accept the job of reading at weddings ever again. I just get to thinking about all of our childhood memories and how we are adults now and I get all emotional. Heather made a gorgeous bride and Casey was a very proud groom. It was so great to see our wonderful photographers, Alice, Eric, and Efro! I absolutely love these people! I can't wait to see them again at Jamie's wedding, but we already have tentative plans to meet up before then since they are just down the road from us. If anyone needs a wedding photographer, our entire family HIGHLY recommends them.
Sunday we hung out with Mom, Dad, and Jaace for a while and then headed home. I did some cleaning up around the house, played with Maddie, and relaxed while Nick went to visit with his parents. When he got home we ended up chatting until 2am. It's fun to do that sort of thing every once in a while. It reminds us of our good ole dating days where we would stay up for hours on end getting to know each other. Those were some AWESOME times!
This week we will be frequenting the Wharton County Youth Fair. Tonight we will be watching the steer show (Nick's fave) and cheering Garet's team on in the Ranch Rodeo. Tomorrow will be bull-riding, which is always stressful to watch, but fun. Friday we will be going to visit with Dr. Cone and then a visit to Uncle Louie. Saturday we have a funeral to attend for one of Nick's co-workers and then off to Shiner for Mother's Day.
See, we have PLENTY to blog about!