I tell ya, I have some of the sweetest friends down here in Dallas. I am so thankful to have them in my life. Each and every one of these lovely ladies.
L-R: Julie, Virginia, Diana, Sarah, Lindsey, Tara, Cynthia and Michelle.
This morning after I dropped Zach off at school I came home to meet my friend Michelle. We had planned on going for a four mile walk. By the time we got going, it was around 10am and sun was out in full force. It’s so nice to be outside without having to wear a bulky hoodie. We did 4 miles and the time flew. As we approached my driveway, our friend Tara was pulling up. Together, the three of us organized Ainslee’s nursery, hung all of her clothes, divided her ever-growing wardrobe by size and washed all the 0-6 months clothes. The whole process took about an hour and half.
Phoebe was a big help too- clearly, she is thrilled to be getting a little sissy
I’ve been collecting little pic’s and inspirational quotes for a while, so we decided to make a collage out of them. I love the way this wall game out.
Thank the Lord for Michelle and Tara. This room would have never gotten done if they hadn’t helped me today. Love you girls!
After Michelle and Tara left, I quickly got ready, picked up Z from school and than headed down to the studio to meet Stu. We wanted to have one last lunch before he flew down to New Orleans for the Super Bowl this weekend.
Sidenote: If you have the DISH network, don’t forget to check out Stu’s new show, “The Wonderful World of Stu” premiering this Saturday night at 10pm (channel 212.) You can also see it on TheBlaze.com.
Okay, back to my day…
After a late lunch (3:30) it was was time to drop Stu off at the airport (tear tear.) To be honest with ya, if my sister wasn’t flying in on Saturday, I’d be more upset. Since she will be here (for the first time,) I know we’ll have an awesomely fun weekend minus my hubs. I can’t wait to show her how we do it down here in Texas. Yeee-haw!
Hope you had a great week. So happy the weekend is