Oh, but umm, almost everything that happened in December has said nice pictures. Oops.
Well, here are the posts you have to look forward to later:
- We hosted a Christmas cookie party for our Bible study group
- I enjoyed dinner and a fun photo session of my friends and their sweet baby
- My parents and aunt came to visit
- We hosted family at our house for Christmas day
I turned 25! Gotta admit...I did feel older on this birthday. 25....a quarter-century. I'm over the hump of my 20's. My birthday was on a Monday and I was sick (I know that you know...sorry to keep saying it. I won't say it anymore). I didn't want to do anything special on that day because I knew I wouldn't enjoy it, so we delayed the birthday plans. I did get to spend some time with friends, though, because I went to a monthly team meeting for church that I always enjoy. Stay tuned when we get to the January updates, because I'll tell you about my belated birthday dinner.
My parents came to visit from the 23rd - 27th and they brought along my Aunt Jean (mom of cousin Dawn from the last post). I was mostly si-...er, um, I wasn't feeling at my best while they visited, but they understood and were very helpful around the house. They cooked, they cleaned, they drove me around, my mom wrapped all of my presents for me (the ones that weren't for her, of course), and they pretty much tended to my every need. It was definitely wonderful having them with us. They gave me a totally rockin' birthday present - a fancy schmancy flash for my Nikon (I really needed it), and some moolah which I put toward a crib for the upcoming little one.
My family left on the morning of the 27th, and later that evening one of my best friends Bonnie and her husband Joe came to visit! I can't believe that I took NO pictures while they were here. But hey, after all I was still si-...I mean, feeling a little under the weather. Joe had been to SC before to come to our wedding, but he had never been to our house or town before. Bonnie is an old pro' at visiting me, so she had her list of fun things that she wanted to share with Joe. We had a good time, and I know Clark was grateful for the manly company. He usually has to tag around as the third wheel when Bonnie and I get together, so this was a much better balance for all of us. We had a great time together, played games, tooled around town, ate a little food - the usual. Except Bonnie and I usually bake things together, but no part of me wanted to be in the kitchen this go 'round. They left on the 30th, and that marked the end of all of our Christmas visitors and adventures.
For New Years Eve, we did nothing. We didn't even watch anything on tv or the ball drop. Party animals. Yup, that's what we are.
The next few posts you'll see will have some of the "nice picture" posts you've been so eagerly looking forward to!