Yesterday was a very busy Lord's Day! We were at church pretty much all day. We had two wonderful services though and I think there were over 30 decisions yesterday morning! It was so awesome!
We went to lunch with Laurie and Steve to KFC. Scott and Steve split a box of livers for an appetizer. Laurie and I have never been more proud to be married to them. (GROSS!)
Today Dawson had to go for his annual check up and shots. It was a painful visit for him and me. Painful for him because he had to get shots and some other exams that are not pleasant and painful for me because he acted so horrible. I hope this is not a sign to come of our children's behavior patterns. He went into a frenzy. But it's over for the year. This is the only picture I could take of him while he was in his frenzied state.
And last but not least...........my glasses came in today. What do you think? Scott's reaction was not exactly one that made me want to call up Vogue and ask them to come take my picture. ha! I don't think I'll be wearing them around much but I do like them. I'm just not used to glasses so it could take some time. This picture is kind of yellowish. I took it in my office bathroom today with a timer. And I had my contacts in so I couldn't see a thing with the glasses on too. ha!
P.S. I would like to take a moment to address the fact that all of ya'll think it's funny that I whip my camera out everywhere we go and you want to brave enough to do it too. I promise once you start - you will lose your sense that everyone is looking at you - and just enjoy it! And you will have so many fun pictures. I grew up with my own paparazzi - my mom. She took pictures of EVERYTHING. I don't think there was a place we went or a thing we did as kids that my mom wasn't taking pictures of. She and one other mom stood outside our prom and filmed everyone going in. She probably would have come in and filmed if they would have let her. So I guess I just never think about NOT taking pictures! :-) I promise no one is making fun of you (and so what if they are!) :-)