Remember when we were kids and that all-powerful dare? On Monday I ate at a delicious Asian Buffet with some of our extended family where Julian and her cousin, Alexandra, demonstrated a great feat of bravery.
You've probably noticed that I have the most amazing friends. Well, some of them love to mysteriously and anonymously drop goodies on our doorsteps. It's always fun to deduce from whom they came (good grammer?) but, more importantly, to appreciate being associated with these terrific ladies!
A few weeks ago it was a beautiful and delicious satin pie. This week it was "appley goodness" befttingly described by Kellie. It tasted incredible, but try not to be too jealous. Ü
Erin, the fabulous photographer of the group, took these gorgeous pictures. Yummy...MORE than yummy...Delightfully Delectable Appley Goodness!!!
Well, I'm not sure where you've been, but I've been balancing spending time with my husband and kids with reading some really great books! It's hard to keep up with blogging when your nose is in a book. Plus, I haven't pulled out my camera much and how much fun is blogging without a picture or two?
I've also been to the 80's and back! For Girls' Night this weekend we dressed as if we were still livin' it up in the 80's. It was almost as much fun doing my hair and finding accessories as it was actually being at the party. My friends are a little crazy and I love it!
So, imagine peg-legged jeans and layered pink and yellow neon socks (that I kept from my high school days) and here I am. By the time this was taken my hair had fallen about two inches. How did we do it back then?
I'm hoping my photo-riffic friend, Erin, will email some pics of the rest of the bodacious babes so I can post them. (Hint, hint!)
I am an optimist. I try to find the positive and beauty in everyone and everything around me. My religion and my little boy with cancer are the filters through which I view life.
Perpective is everything.