G is at the very end of his ninth month and he's officially been out in the world longer than he was in utero. Funny how it seems the pregnancy took so much longer than the time it's been since he's been born. You'd think sleep deprivation would make the clock to move slower, but that ain't the case. His personality is really starting to shine through, and I'm more amazed everyday at what a little stinker he is going to be. I'm going to make a prediction that he will have a dry sense of ... Read More about Life is a runaway train you can’t wait to jump on: Nine Month edition
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My friend Leslie asked me in my last post if I had any more wedding photos online, and I'm happy to oblige. In fact, I meant to post some for our anniversary last month, but I was too busy stuffing my face with Red Bar chicken to remember. I have over 1,000 photos of our wedding, so these are just the highlights. All taken by Emanuel Neiconi, the best dang photographer in the whole state of Alabama, if you ask me. We had such a great day, and I can't even begin to tell you all the stories ... Read More about Tied 10.16.04
Yesterday was G's first Halloween, and we had a fun filled day of Trunk or Treating and church carnivals. G was dressed as Blaze, the green dragon who is the mascot for J's alma mater, UAB. I dressed up as his biggest fan: We spent the morning Trunk or Treating at his preschool with all the other SUV and minivan driving mamas. My trunk looked like Fall had puked up all over it. And I learned that next year I will set up shop on the other side of the parking lot so I ... Read More about Trunk or Treat, Smell my Feet.
Day 4:On the morning of Day Four we said goodbye to Weston and headed North up Route 100 to the little town of Woodstock, Vermont.It was another quaint town, larger than Weston but still beautiful. The architecture in the area was outstanding. Check out this cool house. Perfect for a Halloween haunted mansion, huh? On the way into Woodstock we passed yet another covered bridge. It seemed everywhere you turned there was another covered bridge, and the novelty was kinda beginning to wear off. ... Read More about Vermont Vacation: Days 4 and 5 – White River Junction
I promised a few posts ago that I would tell y'all some of the stories that didn't get documented during my pregnancy. Other than posting some random photos of my trip in this entry, I never did elaborate further on the beauties and wonders of our Vermont Vacation. So here ya go, the first installment of Things Left Unsaid: Vermont Edition. For many years I have had one thing that kept repeating over and over on my Life's Big To-Do List: Visit New England in the Fall. Finally last year, when ... Read More about Vermont Vacation: Day 1 – Weston