Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Ty and I had a fabulous time in Cabo, and we learned two valuable lessons:
1. Never wear orange when you have a sunburn. It's not going to be your most flattering shot despite the gorgeous scenery.
Monday, September 20, 2010
This picture was taken after our last plate of fish tacos (eaten poolside) and before returning to our room to pack up and head back home Saturday. It feels like an eternity has passed since then. And I already miss those fish tacos.
Ty and I returned from our honeymoon late Saturday night and woke up Sunday morning to the rude realities of life: a dead car battery, loads of laundry, work the next day. It was a good two weeks off. Our wedding and reception was better than anything I could have planned or expected. Simply perfection, thanks to the Lord's blessings and our brilliant chef/event planner, Bill.
We danced, we sang, we inevitably sweated and it was altogether the best night of our lives (so far).
I'll post more on the wedding and Cabo in the coming days.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Last night, LJ and I grabbed some wine and dinner at Tokyo and waited on Ty to finish with band practice at the church and join us. We were chatting about how the wedding is just 10 days away when LJ reminded me of a conversation we had a long time ago at that exact same place.
Years and years ago, LJ and I were eating at Tokyo when I told her that Ty and I were going to give a relationship a shot. Ty and I had been friends for over a year, and she couldn't hide her excitement, or the fact that she thought it was about time.
Now, here I am, 10 days out from saying "I do" to the guy I was so excited to tell my friend about. Crazy. Where does the time go?
In addition, Ty's sister, Mandy, sent us this video of Ruby Belle yesterday. She'll be turning one soon, and we'd just heard a few days before receiving this video that RB had begun pulling up by herself.
When did she get big enough to do that? If she would have let me know she was going to be able to walk, she could have been our flower girl.
It amazes me how quickly life can completely change!