Thursday, June 21, 2012

Golfing & the Rangers

Instead of working on some assignments, I've decided to do a little blog updating of our weekend up in Dallas. Anything is better than writing up a paper, even writing up a blog post ironically enough... So last Thursday we decided to spend the weekend in Dallas so we packed up, and embarked on the 3 hour drive to the parents house. We spent Friday playing golf with Logan in good old Greenville at Wright Park. I loved being able to play golf at the same place Cameron played when he was on his high school golf team and hearing the stories he had to tell about his high school days. It's always so awesome hearing those stories about your husband's teenage days. 

would you believe he didn't make that easy putt? ;) 

Cam getting ready to drive 

I can't believe Logan is that much taller than I am already! 

Saturday night the three of us went to my first Texas Rangers game. We had rockin' seats at the very top near the 3rd base line. Probably the highest I've ever sat at a baseball game, but it was nice not having anybody directly behind us and the breeze was awesome. The Rangers played the Astros, and of course the Rangers won. Crazy though - I have now seen the Astros play at Turner Field, Minute Maid Park, and now Arlington - and each time I've been rooting against them and every time they've lost. The game was awesome, besides the loud obnoxious guy two rows in front of us who had at least 20 beers. Annoying. 

I sure do love the life we live together. 

Saturday, June 16, 2012


                  engagement                                                            two year 

Friday, June 1, 2012

memorial weekend

We spent a nice long weekend in Dallas over memorial weekend. Cameron spent Friday playing in a golf tournament with some of his brothers for the high school golf team, and I went over to Allen to see Margo and her twin girls. And it happened to be my first time driving in Dallas alone, which is a small success in my book. Driving in Dallas always overwhelms me. On Saturday, Cameron and Jon spent a good 5-6 hours working on the 4runner - changing the 02 sensor, the oil, ect... (to be honest - I really don't know what all they did, I just know they were covered in grease and oil). 
Monday I ran in the Patriot 5k, and Wendy ran the half marathon which she's now trying to convince me to do a half with her. After the race, the boys decided that the breaks needed changing and a few other things that would only take 3-4 hours, and that ended up being a good 9-10 hours due to a few hiccups. But they got done what they needed to, and we were about to make it to Austin with no problem. Thanks again Wendy for letting us steal your husband on Memorial Day. Y'all rock and we love you. 

Don't worry - the duct tape is gone. That's the first thing I asked too. 

This was photographed by Will - he says it's abstract.

My biggest cheerleaders.  

"Wendy - why did you convince me to do this again??" ;) 

"Aunt Chelsea - Remember how we take pictures on your tomputer?? Yeah it's fun. Let's take pictures."