Monday, October 20, 2014

Cheering if you win or lose

It really has been a week since I blogged.  I really want to get back on the blogging train but life has just been overwhelming lately.  I'm going to try and do better this week. 

Friday night we had a surprise visit from our grandparents.  They had taken a day trip to Tulsa and stopped by in time for dinner.  We had a lot of fun visiting and eating with them.  You can tell the girls LOVE having grandparents around - look at their faces! 

Saturday, the high school cheerleaders put on a Cheer Clinic for elementary kids as a fundraiser.  I thought it would fun for Harper just to try it out and see how she liked it.  We haven't really done dance or gymnastics yet because honestly Speech therapy and church are our activities and I think Harper leans more towards music so I'm waiting for her to be old enough for lessons.  But since her mom and grandmother were cheerleaders - I thought it might be a little in her blood.

or not. 

I think she had a good time but I wouldn't say she was just doing toe touches over it.  

We picked her up and went to Chuy's for lunch.  We hadn't been there in a while and I always forget how good it is.  Then we headed home to watch our Hogs play.  

Oh it's hard to be a Razorback fan these days.  But I'm SURE we will win a game some day. 

Last night, Michael W Smith did a concert at our church.  I didn't go because we just have had a lot going on but I DO love Smitty.  I saw him in concert at Silver Dollar City when I was in 7th grade.  He's like the God father of Christian music.  I told my friend Jenn if he sang "Friends are Friends Forever" I wanted her to think of me so she texted me a video when he did.  I told her if I was there we would put our arms around each other and sway just like we were at church camp in the 90's.
My friend Heather who stayed with me this summer, her husband Carlos is a worship leader and he also is on tour with MWS right now, singing and speaking for Compassion.  I realized that afternoon he was in town so I went up to see him.  It's always fun to have all these random friends I have made through blogging and Compassion who live all over the country and sometimes they wind up in my town.  It makes the world so small.

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