Wooo! This past weekend was one for the record books. Seriously probably the busiest weekend I've had in a LONG time.
~Friday I got to see all of my high school friends! Even though we've all moved on and are doing different things, these are the girls that I have known the longest and know that I will always be friends with them!
We got together to honor and celebrate our friend Breanna and he
r fiance, Sean. We had so much fun just hanging out and enjoying each other's company.
Breanna and Sean got some great gifts and I am so excited for them!! Sean just graduated from the Air Force Academy and moved to Texas on Saturday~Bree will be joining him once she graduates this December.. It's still so weird having friends old enough to do such "grown up" things!!
Me & A's gift to the couple--still so embarrassed that the monogram is wrong. Oh well at least it's the right letters! Ha!
~On Saturday Adam and I attended not one, not two, but THREE birthday parties!
First up was a party for A's cousins little girl, Kendall! We celebrated her 6th birthday by having a little party with all of A's family :-) It was so much fun, I just love his family!!
We only got to stay for about an hour because we had to drive an hour down the road for a cookout with my family to celebrate all of the "July birthdays" We hung out for about an hour there as well then left for our third party of the day...
We met up with 3 other couples and took a limo to Atlanta for our friend Clayton's birthday. His fiance, Kayla, surprised him with the limo and dinner at Fogo De Chao. Dinner was AMAZING. For someone who is not much of a red meat eater I was a little nervous because that is basically ALL they have, plus some chicken. The way it works is that you pay a set price and these guys come around with different types of meat, they cut it off right onto your plate! It is a really fun place~ ((We always went there for prom/homecoming in high school))
After dinner we still had the limo for a while so we got him to take us to the Sun Dial!
I can't believe this was my first time there. I had been to the hotel for prom but never up to the top.
To get up there you take a glass elevator up 70-something floors.. it's so neat to see all of Atlanta!!
I wish I had pictures from Saturday, but I didn't bring my camera so I'm still waiting for some of the girls to upload their pictures~
On Sunday I spent almost 5 hours at church. I got there around 8:45 to help in the middle school room~checking kids in & selling t-shirts, then I went to the 11:15 service and didn't end up leaving the church until almost 1. Once I left I met my mom at Loft to get some "teacher clothes" I'll be at an elementary school 2 and a half days a week this year so I really need some new stuff! They were having an awesome sale but unfortunately I only left with one shirt because I liked SO much stuff! *hate when that happens*
~That afternoon we had a family reunion with my dad's side of the family. It was great to see everyone!
..Now I feel like I have just written the longest, most boring, post ever.