Thursday, February 26, 2009

Natalie never posted this?

What a long, exhausting weekend. It was good, but tiring. Friday we went to Justin's Communication Design Senior Show, which was great, the process in getting there wasn't so great. I got lost in Fair Park and instead of asking for help, I just cried. Haha. You know at the State Fair where the poultry building is and where all the animals are? Well, I drove down that road on the fair grounds. Then I got stuck in the Starplex ( Stadium's parking lot. I was a mess. In the end, I found it and I wasn't too late.

Saturday was Graham's and Justin's (which I don't think his Grandmother realized, she sent Graham graduation money but not Justin...) graduation, lunch with his parents and brothers (at Babe's, mmm), and a wedding. Graduation was long and boring which it always is, lunch was good, and the drive home was interesting. It was hot and humid and we spent a good hour on the side of the road in Sanger off of 35, both in Grahams car and on the service road waiting for a tow truck. It was eventful. I think for people driving by, they got a kick out of Graham carrying me in a skirt piggy back through the tall grass, down a hill to the service road. Then I jumped a cattle fence in a skirt to stand in the shade. It was rather ridiculous, but I was never mad, which is unlike me. We didn't have any place to be at that particular time and I just enjoyed laughing with my husband. It was miserably hot and my legs were sticking together, but besides that I was totally fine. We got the car towed, talked to the tow truck man, who had the longest hairs growing out of his ears I have ever seen, and then Justin picked us up from Tommy's and took us home. I showered again and we headed to Kyle and Leah's wedding. It was beautiful, Christ-centered, and fun!

Sunday, we went home and saw my family, went to church, and then went to Hanger night. Pretty uneventful, but relaxing.

We have also been cleaning out apartment and packing (kind of) for our move. =( I finally got all my high school and middle school pictures in order. I have started putting them in albums, but that is going to be a task in itself. I bought two albums and filled them both (400 pictures) and I still have two and a half stacks of pictures to go.

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