First of all - I love the Bloggy World!!! Thank you for all of your great suggestions on the nursery. I'm the one who did NOT want to paint the ceiling and Scott thought we should so I knew he would listen to the opinions of all my blog friends over me. We will probably just leave it as it is. The idea of painting the ceiling pink is so cute but if we get this one room painted - we will be doing good. I don't want to re-paint and I want to change up the colors as she grows - maybe one day do green and brown or tiffany blue and brown and we would have re-do the ceiling.
First a quick report on date night - we had such a good time but neglected to take any pictures (well - I tried to convice Scott to let us take a picture in a crowded theatre right before it started. I can't believe he said no) ha! We ate at Copelands (one of my favorites) and we sat right next to my mother's lifelong best friend and her husband (up from south AR) and their son and his wife and kids. That was fun to see them. Then we went to see "Fireproof". It is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO good! PLEASE go see it! I promise it will want to make you be nicer to your spouse and vice versa! :-) We ran into my dad's first cousin and his wife at the movie so that was fun!
Today the hogs took on Florida. We were expecting a loss and we got one but we could actually see some improvement in our hogs and our future is looking brighter. The highlight of the game is I got to meet up with a blogger friend, Heather, at halftime! I look HORRID in this picture but I had to post it because she is so cute and sweet and I'm so glad we met in person. I just realized recently that I went to college with her husband so the blog world just gets smaller all the time.
Emily also came to our house around the same time because Laurie and Steve wanted to go see "Fire proof" - unfortunately it was sold out. So they ended up getting take-out for them and us and coming back to our house to eat with us and hang out. The guys watched football while Laurie and I and the girls visited.
Well - I'm off to bed. I have to get up early and teach those senior girls. I'm a little nervous - it's easy to teach a lesson to 4 year olds and they are mostly interested in their snacks. And the 7th grade girls I've been subbing for seem so young. But 12th grade girls are kind of intimidating to me. Sundays are extremely busy for me - I'm pretty much at church from 8 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. except for about 3 hours in the middle now that I'm doing "Stepping Up" in the afternoons. But I can't think of any day of the week I love more!