Wednesday, March 31, 2010

March Madness

So in love with this man...

March Madness in my world...who needs basketball when you have a life with this much fun?! Haha! I can't believe it is the last day of March! Where did March go?!?! The last few months have flown by and I'm not sure if I like it. Life lately has been so wonderful & I just want to soak it all up before it passes but it seems to be passing by so fast!

Me & my beautiful mother

This past weekend, my mom came to town and we had so much fun! She flew in Friday afternoon & we spent the weekend - shopping & eating! Ha, what better way to spend our time?! We hoped to get a pedicure in but we ran out of time with all the shopping we did. Friday night we went downtown to eat at Mi Tierra & got 2 desserts, cheesecake & Mexican ice cream. The Mexican ice cream was so good! Saturday, we went to the SA Botanical Gardens for Honey B. Boutique's first photo shoot. We had such a great time! And AB did an amazing job shooting photos of our model, Miss Mallory. I am so excited to get the website up & running within the next few weeks. Just so many details & things to take care, now I completely understand when people say "owning your own business or working for yourself is harder than working a regular 8-5 job" because wow, seems like all I ever do is work! But I am loving every minute of it and God is starting to open doors I never thought would be opened. So I am very excited & so very thankful!

Love this one!

Miss Mallory

Afterward, we headed out to Helotes for old fashion hamburgers at Bobby J's, of course! Yum!! Mom & I then dropped AB off & we headed to the FLEA MARKET! There is a huge flea market right outside of San Antonio & I've been wanting to go since we've moved here but well...AB is so not into flea markets, antique stores, or garage sales. Or going to Ross for that matter! He would rather pay double the price then "dig through junk!" Ha - but that's why I love him. The flea market was somewhat closing up so we only got to spend an hour but we managed to pick up a few things while we were there. Mom got an wooden bird house for $10 that needs a little TLC but it's a good size & will go perfect in her backyard. And...I got a new (well okay really old) chest of drawers for $70! Thanks Mom!!! :) We talked them down from $120 - not too bad. It needs to be sanded down & repainted but it's solid wood & will go great in my sewing room for extra storage. And then one day will be great for a baby's room! After the flea market, we went to HomeGoods. I love that store! They have such cute stuff at great prices. Mom also bought me a new iron board cover (which I desperately needed & was going to make me one but it turned out cheaper to buy one than make one) AND a new Rowenta iron that is amazing!

my new jewel of a dresser :)

For dinner that night we decided on P.F. Chang's but it was an hour hour, really? So we went out on a limb & tried a new seafood restaurant, Thurmunz - which used to be Waterstreet Oyster Bar. We took a chance since we had never been there before but luckily it turned out to be very good! AB and I ordered an oyster bake for an appetizer and wow, so yummy! Mom and I shared the crab cakes and blackened tilapia, which was also very good. I love good seafood!!

Sunday, we didn't do much but work around the house. I sewed while mom did ALL of our laundry, cleaned the kitchen & bathrooms, and then put together a project I had for our living room wall. Once the project is complete, I will post pictures. It is an easy DIY project that I think is going to add so much to our living room. Right now I have one bare wall over our couch that is driving me crazy...but soon I'll have a wall full of will find out soon enough! ;) Sunday night, we took mom to Genghis Grill. If you have one close to you & like stir-fry, you should definitely try it out. You get to "create your own bowl", it's fun & good!

Monday rolled around all too soon & it was time for mom to fly back home. I took mom to the airport around 10 Monday morning. I had such a great time with her here and can't wait for her to come back with Dad! Dad should be (fingers crossed) coming home April 25th! I am hoping they will get a chance to come see us shortly after that. We had such an fabulous weekend. I didn't want it to end! But I am so happy she was able to come & get out of the house for a bit. We had such a great time & thanks mom for everything! I am so blessed to have such an amazing mother!

Beautiful flowers at the SA Botanical Gardens

I have a busy week and day ahead of me...I have several orders I am working on & hoping to get them all shipped before AB & I head out of town for Easter. And tonight is my night to bring something sweet to our Bible study - so looks like I'll be baking today in between sewing! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend & that you are having a great week!

AB & I being silly...pretending to be taking engagement pictures, ha!

"...the reason we breathe is to sing of his glory
and for all he has done - praise the father, praise the son and the spirit in one...and all of creation sing with me now, fill up the heavens let his glory resound!" All of Creation, MercyMe

Monday, March 22, 2010

Beautiful, the mess we are!

So it's a new week & I am rather excited. For what? I'm not sure...because it's a beautiful day outside & I just think this spring is going to bring great things to us!

AB & I had a fabulous weekend. Lots of relaxation & just hanging favorite! AB has Friday afternoon offs & that is our day to spend just us two. Friday is also "Fried Rice Friday!" We have a local Chinese restaurant that I just fried rice & egg rolls ever! Well, in my opinion anyway. So when we aren't rushing out of town for the weekend, we always hit up Tai Pei for "Friday Rice Friday!" I get the same thing every time...egg drop soup, special fried rice - no shrimp & egg roll. So yummy! That is one thing about moving to SA is that AB & I get to spend more time with each other more than ever before & I truly cherish those moments.

Friday afternoon, we decided to check out the SA Botanical Gardens. And I am so glad we did! It was just beautiful & serene. AB learned in his Masters program that it is a proven scientific fact that flowers/nature/green spaces make you happier! I couldn't agree more. We were about 3/4 way through and I told AB, this place just makes me HAPPY! We ended up getting a year long membership, which allows us to bring up to 6 guests at a time. How fun! So anyone that comes to visit us, we'll be hitting up the Botanical Gardens. I promise you won't be disappointed. And I don't even consider myself an outdoor or flower kind of person but I thoroughly enjoyed it. We had to get back quickly so AB could watch the Aggies BTHO Utah State! We won't even discuss the game on wasn't a good afternoon at our house.

SA Botanical Gardens

Saturday, we planned to take a day trip to Fredericksburg but the weather decided to put a damper on those plans. Saturday was cold and rainy! The sun later to decided to show its face but it was still too windy & cold to go. So instead we went to Helotes to have a hamburger at Bobby J's. And OH. MY. Hands down best hamburger I have ever eaten! That is also another place, if you come to visit you must experience. It was our 2nd time to eat there & it was just as good if not better than the 1st time. I'm a little upset I didn't take a picture of the burger, ha! Afterward, AB took me to the little antique shops in the old part of Helotes. Well, more like I shopped while AB sat in the truck. He walked into one store & turned around & went back to the truck. Ha! I love that man...he later told me "there was way too much old junk in there for me!" But thanks babe for taking me & patiently waiting for me while I shopped.

Sunday, AB went to church without me because I wasn't feeling well. Or more like didn't very well so he let me sleep in while he went to church. Such a sweetie! Later we went to Sam's Club to get our membership that AB's parents gave us back in December...and shop, of course! Woohoo! Sam's was fun! AB was excited about the big ol' pack of Velveeta shells & cheese. I was excited about the 2 pack of white vinegar for only $3. I use a lot of vinegar for household cleaners & in laundry. There were so many things I wanted but well...didn't need OR really my waist/hips/booty/all of the above DO NOT need!

I posted last week about my new schedule...well we also have a new weekly menu in our house. If I am not prepared. Then well dinner doesn't get prepared. Which then leads to eating out...Which then leads to all kinds of bad things. So I will now do a weekly menu AND get this, follow it! That's the key to success here, right?! So below is the new Beyer weekly menu with a shopping list at the bottom. That way I can take this to the store...see what we're having for the week & buy strictly off this list. So good - okay today is only the first day but I do feel good about this. And excited to finally have some order in my life. This week are all NEW recipes so if they turn out, I will post the recipes.

On my way home from the grocery store this morning...I heard the new Amy Grant (who doesn't love Amy Grant?!) song on K-Love & wow! Amy Grant's voice is so heavenly and this song was like a "breath of fresh air" to me. This part really tugged at my heart.

"We pour out our miseries...God just hears a melody. Beautiful, the mess we are...the honest cries of breaking hearts...are better than a Hallelujah."

Beautiful, the mess we are! Oh...only makes me want to only pour my heart out even more to Him - knowing that He loves me just as much as when I'm crying out to Him as He does when I'm singing praises to Him. I love it...and I hope this song also blesses you today!

Happy Monday, sweet friends!

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Because I Can...Drift Away

SIGNS of SPRING!! This makes this girl - so happy!

Photos taken by yours truly! I know my hubby would be so proud of me :)

Today is day 2 of my schedule & so far so good. I worked out yesterday morning & this morning with AB - yay! Just maybe I'll get back to being day, or maybe not because I love food way to much!

Just this morning I was thinking how good does red velvet cake sound?! Luckily for me & my scale...baking a cake is NOT on the schedule. Gotta love the schedule! Actually I know it's only been really 1 day and a few hours but the schedule I think is really helping in keeping me organized & well more clear-headed. AB and our fur-babies think that's a very good thing! Ha, imagine that?!

My house is still somewhat a mess from getting back into the swing of things. Being out of town the last 4 weekends has done no wonders for my house keeping. Lots of laundry, unpacking (seems like I can never get all of our things unpacked!), organizing, & my gosh the mail. Am I the only one who has papers that you aren't sure what to do with?! I need to get a better system in place. Between our personal mail & Honey B. Boutique mail - it's just out of control. My lil' shredder can't take that much paper in one sitting - okay probably my fault, since I let it pile up. Opps! Hence the reason why I am now on schedule...oh the joys of being responsible!

There is this BEAUTIFUL crape myrtle ***correction - my landscape architect husband informed me this was NOT a crape myrtle, it is a Texas Redbud*** blooming in our complex. None the less, I think it is such a beautiful tree & when we have our own yard, I want several because they are just too pretty! I decided to test out my photographer skills & capture its beautiful blooms & because I can...I created a new lil' label for my photos in Photoshop! Watch out!!

Actually I wish I could do so much more in Photoshop...slowly I am going to teach myself :) kind of like this photo. Let's just say I "churched" it up a bit! The original photo looked nothing like the one above. One day I hope to be a PS pro, just like my hubby!

Well, it's a gorgeous day in San Antonio, Texas & I'd love to chat some more but I better get going...I have LOTS of sewing to do but thankfully I have a big ol' window to let the warm sunshine in.

But before I go...

And because I MISS my dad who has been working overseas in the island since first of January & won't be home for another 6 weeks...I want to leave you with this song! And if you want to listen to like my dad then "crank it up!" & sing along...

Dad, we miss you & love you! Can't wait for you to come home!!!

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

My life - one day at a time!

So I live a rather boring life. Day in, day out...I struggle to find that "perfect balance" between living life & actually letting life pass me by. I am a huge procrastinator! I wish it was not true but ohh it is. I think I come by it honestly, after all I am a Meador. Since I have not had a real "job" since moving to San Antonio - my lack of motivation has significantly decreased. Before moving here, I guess I defined myself by whatever title I held in a job or whatever job I was doing at that moment. I have always held a job and have always had a title - in the workplace.

But clearly that is not the case job title today is housewife, Allen's care-taker, boutique owner, and the most important child of the King!

Don't get me wrong...all my life I have wanted to be a housewife & a stay-at-home mom. I enjoy taking care of our home and taking care of Allen. The only problem is...being home all day has no structure! And well, let's be honest - this girl needs structure! When there is no structure, I crumble. I tend to put things off. I let all the things on my to-do list never get done. I bury my head in the sand. I do these things and then lay in bed with my mind spinning of all the things I need to do! It's just not healthy & I am tired of not having structure.

But never fear...where there is a problem, there is a solution (most of the time). To bring order to my life...I will now keep a strict daily schedule. I created this schedule & think it turned out so cute and inspiring! I first thought of getting a day planner but well, those are aren't all that fun plus more money than I'd like to spend. I spent the good part of this morning downloading cute fonts. If it's cute & spunky, I'll be more excited about my day. Or so that's what I hope! Do any of you keep a daily schedule?!

What do you think of my daily schedule? Pretty cute, huh?!
(click on the schedule/photo to see it up close)

Through this process, I have learned so many things about myself and about what the world wants you to think. No one person's character or life is determined by their job title. Most people don't even care for their job. Most people wish they could spend more time with the ones they love, rather than spend it at work. The thing is that I went to college so I could get a degree and make money. Clearly God had other plans for me. Yes, I did graduate from the best university ever, Texas A&M (whoop!), I met AB there, I created memories & friends that I will have for the rest of my life. But the truth is - I don't want to be remembered for the job title I held OR for the job I have or had. The time I have been able to spend at home this past year with AB has been one of the greatest blessings yet. Even with all the hell, we have gone through - it still has been such a blessing. I often think what if I had job...would I've been able to take the time off for all the funerals, would I be able to eat lunch with AB everyday, spend every Friday afternoon with him? And while I have been in a dark, deep valley - I can feel the clouds lifting and I know God has such wonderful things in store for us! I am starting to believe and see it was God protecting me this whole time - allowing me to be at home, rather than out in the world for all to see my pain and grief. Oh how He loves us...

Spring is becoming one of my most favorite seasons. Yesterday, while AB & I drove from Odem to San Antonio...all the beautiful wildflowers were blooming. Made me so happy & refreshed! We are hoping for a beautiful weekend so we can get out & take some photos of the beautiful Texas wildflowers.

"and you should feel the sun in the spring comin' out after a rain suddenly all is green, sunshine on everything- I can feel it now...and how could such a king
shine His light on me and make everything beautiful...cus I got nothing of my own to give to you but this light that shines on me shines on you
& makes everything beautiful, again." Stars, David Crowder Band

After a dreadful fall & winter at the Blissful Beyer's, God is beginning to make all things new and beautiful again!

Monday, March 15, 2010

Wedding Weekend Recap

We had a wonderful weekend celebrating Jones & Stephanie! I just love weddings! My wedding was the absolute best day of my life (thus far) and I think weddings are so beautiful and such a day of love. Other than holding a newborn baby, nothing makes me happier than to see people joined together as one. Here are a few pictures from Jones & Stephanie's BIG day!

the boys waiting...Jones was just a little nervous!

Trae & AB

my handsome hubby :)

the sign at Rustic Foods where the rehearsal dinner was held...also where we ate the most amazing stuffed pork chop!

"here comes the bride" most favorite part, watching Jones see Stephanie for the first time!

Yay! Officially Mr. & Mrs. Reagan!
I'm so sad this photo is blurry...I only had my little point & shoot camera with me.

Stephanie was a gorgeous bride! AB & I could not be any happier for the two of them. We are looking forward to many fun memories made with the new Mr. & Mrs. Reagan!

First Dance :)

And of course a photo of me & AB...the man I would marry again over & over.

I heart these boys!

Thank you Jones & Stephanie for allowing us to take part & share your beautiful day together! We wish you many years of happiness & sweet heavenly bliss!!

Friday, March 12, 2010

Here chick-a-dee...

Having some fun with my new machine...

We have a wedding this weekend for one of our dear friends and we are planning on giving them a Home Depot gift card as a wedding gift. I normally am not fans of giving gift cards but they are in the process of fixing up (more like completely renovating) their first home together & so we know how much they will appreciate a gift card to help them complete the renovation. But we all know I could not - not get them a little something. So I decided to use my talents & skills to give them something I thought would be fun & unique. Coordinating kitchen towels!

I decided adding ric-rac would be a nice touch, what do you think?! I did another one with a big "R" for their last name but didn't get a picture of it.

There are yo-yo's, fabric yo-yo's also known as my new obsession! These little things are so cute & so much fun! I will be adding lots of these to some new projects I have in the works...

Well...I still lots of packing to do before we hit the road. So tired of being on the go but excited to see The Reagan's tie the knot this weekend! I'll be back Monday with a post of our weekend with lots of photos, I'm sure! This time I won't be forgetting the camera!!

On another note, HAPPY 4th BIRTHDAY AUBREY!! Nonnie & Uncle Allen will miss you this weekend but we hope you have a wonderful "under the sea" birthday party!! We love you very much & can't wait to see you at Easter!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Go Light Your World

As we said goodbye to Mom-mom today and celebrated her life - this song could not be more appropriate. The pastor talked about Mom-mom and how she was a lamplight rather than a starlight during her time here on earth. Being a lamplight for the sake of Christ and not a starlight for the sake of recognition. We all have the ability to be a lamplight in this life when we allow Christ to shine in us and through us.

"Take your candle and go light your world...
make us a beacon in the darkest of times."

"Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light into my path."

Psalm 119:105

Monday, March 8, 2010

When it rains...

Time is everything in life. There is a time to live and a time to die. There are are times that fly by. There are times when life stand stills. There is a time to be angry and there is a time to let it go. There is a time to run, there is time to face it. There is a time for drought, there is a time for rain. Sweet heavenly rain.

I think at the time, in whatever season we are in - the time we are going through is only preparation for the time that is to come.

Seems that I often find myself praying for God to burden my load, ease my pain, and direct me my paths. And by paths, I mean the easy path. Seems that He does the complete opposite - for I have realized that life is no where near easy, not now or probably ever. For the most part, I have a lived a wonderful life thus far. Have always had more than I ever needed. And have always felt loved. But it seems as lately, when it rains - it pours!

From my last post, only 5 short days ago - Allen and I have endured another loss (2 losses actually).

First, on Thursday afternoon I got a phone call from AB telling me that the travel trailer that we lived in last summer "Jayco" sadly burned down to the ground at AB's parents deer lease. No more Jayco. While living in that trailer, we had our share of problems & issues. But that trailer was also very sentimental to me & AB. I like to call it our "first home!" Living in "Jayco" with AB will be a time, I will NEVER forget! We have more stories and laughs from living in that trailer, than we do of anything thus far in our marriage. It was a time of happiness. It was a time of new beginnings.

Saturday morning, AB and I had a full day planned ahead. We hit up a local church garage sale where we left empty handed. Which I'm sure made AB happy! Garage sales aren't AB's thing. We were in the neighborhood of Cadee & Eric, so we drove up & Joe happened to be outside playing so we stopped by and played with Joe for a minute or two before heading off to on of our favorite breakfast spots. We had a wonderful breakfast and as we were getting ready to leave - we received "the call." Allen's grandmother left her earthly home and went to her heavenly home sometime Saturday morning. She was found very peaceful Saturday morning with the tv on the western channel. Her favorite! We rushed home, gather up our clothes & Reno and hit the road...back to Odem for our 4th time in less than 3 weeks. We spent the weekend with Allen's family and got home yesterday afternoon. Today, I took AB's suit to the cleaners and ran some other errands, have done an insane amount of laundry since I haven't had a chance to catch up in weeks, and we will once again hit the road after AB gets off work. The memorial service will be held tomorrow afternoon. While AB's grandmother was in an assisted living, she had been doing rather well. And getting the call that she was gone was so unexpected. Life once again threw a curve ball at us, at a time we were least expecting.

Just goes to prove...there is a time for everything. There are are times that fly by. There are times when life stand stills. There is a time to be angry and there is a time to let it go. There is a time to run, there is time to face it. There is a time to live and a time to die.

My friend, Loryn told me something on Saturday that continues to play back in my head. She told me that sometimes things happen all at once so you can get over it all at once. Which I had never thought about things that way. To know God loves me enough that He is willing to give me my burdens all at once - when I already am hurting, when I already am crying, when I am already allowing Him to carry me through my pain because I know and He knows I can't do it on my own. He also knows if I didn't have trials in this life, I wouldn't need Him. I wouldn't need Him to pick up the pieces or to calm the storms - for it is when it rains, He pours his everlasting love, grace, and peace upon me. He created us in his image...He created us to be over-comers. And how can we overcome, if we have nothing to overcome?

There's a time for everything...and everything on earth has it's special season.

"Sow yourself righteousness; reap steadfast love; break up your fallow ground, for it is time to seek the LORD, that he may come and RAIN righteousness upon you." Hosea 10:12

It seems when it rains, it pours...isn't all that bad, after all. Rain often brings dark, cloudy days but the best thing about when it rains, we know the sun will soon appear. And when it does, there will be showers of blessings and we will be refreshed, just as the ground is refreshed after a much needed rain. I love that the Hosea scripture says "break up your fallow ground..." not the follow but your fallow ground. And I think He is essentially saying "break up your dry, unused soul...and prepare for what is the Lord has in store for us"

In Ezekiel 34:26, the Lord tells us "I will make them and the places all around My hill a blessing; and I will cause showers to come down in their season; there shall be showers of blessing"

So while it has been raining or pouring on us lately, I believe God is preparing our hearts for the showers of blessing that is to come.

"In the season of rain – still – pray for rain. Presume nothing; take nothing for granted; treasure everything." Lisa Jo, The Gypsy Mama

I hope next time you're caught in the have the chance to experience His righteousness. Look up and know the rain will not last forever. For He is just waiting to shower you with the umbrella of life, His umbrella. But also doing that storm, be thankful for the clouds that loom overhead because that rain only means He is preparing your heart for the blessings to come. At the end of every rainbow, there’s a promise proven true.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Life Update

"I’m gonna miss that smile
I’m gonna miss you my friend
Even though it hurts the way it ended up
I’d do it all again
So play it sweet in heaven
‘Cause that’s right where you wanna be
I’m not crying 'cause I feel so sorry for you
I’m crying for me" -Toby Keith, Crying for Me much has gone on since I last posted. I hate that I haven't been keeping up with my blog as much as I'd like but such as life. But so far this year has been extremely busy, fast & furious. I don't think we have been home but 2 or 3 weekends since December. I miss our weekends at home. Seems like lately all we have done is go, go, go and go for reasons I wish we didn't - like saying goodbye to someone when you're not ready to say goodbye.

First of January, we dealt with the death of my dear cousin, John. It was completely unexpected and definitely a painful loss for so many. John left behind my cousin, his wife Debra and three boys all under the age of 10. It was so heart-breaking and is still very painful. But I must remind myself that God's plans are far more greater than ours and things of this world are not for us to understand. Mid-Janurary, we spent the weekend in Houston for my dear friend Jackie's wedding. It was so great to see her and to spend time with our other great friends, Kyle & Shanna. We also spent a night in College Station - celebrating Kyle's 30th birthday. I am so upset that I didn't take a single picture of the entire weekend. Sometimes I wonder if I even have a brain, ha. January seemed like a whirl-wind and as soon as I looked up, it was already February. I had great hopes for February but again God had other plans.

My dear cousin John, *please pray for my cousin Debra and her 3 boys as they adjust to a life without John. I can not even imagine the pain she feels.

In February, we celebrated Allen's 29th birthday. His parents came to town and we had his birthday dinner at the Old San Francisco Steakhouse. Yum! And yes the place where the girl swings above the bar. Joe was entertained! :) We had a great time and dinner was delicious. That Sunday, we also celebrated Ella's baptism. What a blessing. We did not take the camera to either event, which I am very upset about but nothing we can do about it now. Speaking of cameras, I finally got a new charger for the small point-n-shoot camera I carry in my purse - so we are good to go now with photos! AB doesn't like to take our big Canon when we go to restaurants, etc. My brother Casey also celebrated a birthday. Happy Birthday Casey!

Late February, we experienced another unexpected death in our family. On February 21, we lost a very dear family friend, Mr. Darrell. Darrell was essentially family and he will be greatly missed. Darrell had the most flowers at a funeral that I had ever seen. As well, as one of the longest processional, I have ever seen. It was unbelievable! A wonderful tribute to Darrell's life.

Darrell and I at Nancy's New Year Eve birthday dinner, December 2008

Beautiful sunset at Darrell's grave

This is the sweetest & biggest boxer I know, Ike! Darrel & Jan's beloved son. Ike has no idea he is a d-o-g! Look at those sad eyes. Please keep Jan in your prayers also as she adjust to a new life without Darrell.

We have endured so much loss this year and we are only 2 months in. But it is also a reminder of we are not guaranteed anything in this life. We are not guaranteed another day, another chance, another today or another tomorrow. For much that is lost, much is gained. AB and I have been reminded that we only get one chance to make a difference. It has been on my mind lately about what will people say about me after I am gone? What kind of impact will I have on this world? I often tell AB during the hard times (which has been a lot lately) - it won't matter what my credit score was/is or how much money I have in the bank when I die but it WILL matter what impressions I have left on someone's heart or life. It is definitely a struggle, trying to find balance between what the world tells us what we need compared to what our Heavenly Father says we need. I believe He wants us to live a simple life. A life that glorifies Him. Not a life that glorifies our bank account, the mall/stores, celebrities, and/or other people of whom we want to be like. He wants us to compare ourselves to Him, not the things of this world. Ohh, seems so simple but yet we make it so complicated. While this is the only life we get, thankfully we are promised so much more than what is here on earth. More than we can even imagine...for this is just our temporary home.

Here is to praying and hoping March will be a month of great things! And for God's mercy and grace has we find our way in this a much simpler life.

And just a few photos from the last few months...

Silly boys after dinner on the Riverwalk :)

Beautiful Valentine roses

This is the sweet Callie

Our baby boy, Reno