Monday, November 22, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
This pictures was taken at the rehearsal and there were pretty flowers everywhere at the actual wedding.
This little church sits on a block with an old post office, houses and an old restaurant which was where the reception was located.
The bride on the way to the rehearsal
This is Emily, another one of our roomates/friends from college. She went to Rehobeth and was a big time pageant queen in her day. (1st runner up Miss NPF) Hence, the high hair. The thing I love about pictures with Emily is there are rarely any "non-posed" pictures as seen here. I didnt even realize how leaned back she actually was. You can't see but her knee is also popped in perfect pageant form. The hair is NOT a bump-it because she reminded me she doesnt need a bump-it b/c she gots "skills". I love her. She also just had a baby. Let me just puke on how skinnys she already is.Huntsville Art Museum
The roomates minus April & Meg.
This was also the sweetest and most emotional rehearsal dinners I have been to. I'm pretty sure 95% of toasters cried. These two are very loved.
The bridesmaids luncheon
We all made our own bouquets for the wedding at this luncheon. It was a really cool idea.
The happy couple
Another neat thing they did was to write a brief paragraph in the program about each member of the wedding party. It was so sweet & personal.
Congrats Susan & Andrew!
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Pajama Day #1
Monday, November 1, 2010
This year, the awesome city of Tuscaloosa would not decide on a night for trick or treating, so they said we could choose Saturday or Sunday. This was stupid for several reasons. Anyway, we decided to wait until Sunday. Saturday night we had TONS of "treaters" at our house which I felt was a bad sign for going on Sunday.
I forgot to mention that Saturday we went to a pumpkin patch in Vance, Al and it was something. By something I mean, hilarious. Let's just say part of our admission included a "pumpkin tattoo". Really?? I took zero pictures, because Erin went along with us to take Baker's 12 month pictures. She got some really good ones, so I'll save that for another post.
Here are some of the cute one's from our trick-or-treating. Bake had no idea what was going on, but was good the whole time and never complained. We brought his wagon to haul him, his candy and his diaper bag. Zoe went with us too!
Suited up and strapped in the wagon
The first 2 houses we got to said "Oh, sorry we ran out of candy last night. Our neighborhood did Halloween last night" which immediately put me back on my soapbox about why Tuscaloosa should PICK A NIGHT instead of spreading it over 2 nights. So, I thought our night was going to be a disaster, but it turned out fine. Down a few streets were plenty of houses giving out candy. Whew! After the "no candy" fiasco we passed some ducks that this chicken was interested in. At the time I thought this was going to be the highlight of the night. Then I saw the entire cast of Wizard of Oz and I got SUPER excited and asked if I could take a picture. A little embarrassing since we had met the mom/dad/baby at a party once before.Zoe was a nerd, but everyone kept calling her Hermoine, so she went with it.