Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Weekend & St. Patty's Day

Thanks for all the sweet comments on our new bathroom. We love it more and more everyday. A big thank you to Chris and our talented family members for making it happen for us.

Friday night we went out to eat with our daddy and mommy-to-be friends to catch up on life. I couldn't miss an opportunity to capture a picture of Rachel, Georgia Grace & baby Roman. He will be here in 7 weeks and we are showering his mommy this weekend. I just love this picture so much.

Saturday was a gorgeous day and we haven't had too many of those here lately so we took to the outdoors. I pulled out Georgia's pink jeep from my Papaw. Wouldn't he think she was a dandy seeing her riding in it? She also played in the rocks in our landscaping which would have been fun for hours if I would have allowed it.

And then she learned how to climb up on our bench and stood up to reach for Owen's leash. The bench is now off limits to Georgia Grace and she was all kinds of mad when we broke the news :)

Happy St. Patrick's Day from AKK Preschool!
Look who snuck in the picture this year :) She thinks she is just as big as the rest of them. St. Patrick's Day is a HUGE holiday at AKK because a leprechaun comes every year and wrecks havoc on their school. Green footprints, gold coins, green milk and a note from the leprechaun telling them they didn't catch him this year are some of the usual occurrences. The kids are as excited for this day as they are Halloween and Christmas!

All the sweet leprechauns, including my stubborn one who would not smile for anything :)

Last night we had our traditional Monday night meal at Grandmommas irish style. Corned beef, cabbage, soda bread, corn o'brien, apple & smoked ham salad, green lemonade and irish coffee. It was so delicious!! A great change of pace from our normal foods and seasonings.

After a disappointing weekend of the Cats losing in the SEC Championship game and finding out a house we really wanted was sold to someone else, I was ready for a new week. We are trusting God's plan and purpose for why things happen the way they do and moving on to our plan B (that we did not have ha!). I know this plan will be even better than we could imagine!

“You will make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy. In your right hand there are pleasures forever.” Psalm 16: 11

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