Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Full Weekend

Wow, this past weekend was a busy weekend. Thursday, Russell and I traveled to LA (Magnolia) to stay with Ricky and Jackie for a couple of nights. Mama was still in Mexico at that time! Friday was my friend, Jennifer's bridal luncheon. I am at the end on the left, then Jennifer Euler (my cousin), Jennifer-the BRIDE, Heather, and Christen. We had a good time visiting! And as you can see, Jennifer had a lot of fun in her bridal crown-ha!

The wedding was so pretty. Chad and Jennifer are a sweet couple. Well I love this picture. When I was in high school, I had the best Sunday School teachers! Sandra Barrett and Janet Everett! Just about all the girls from the class were there! We HAD to get a picture taken! Here is Lauren, Jennifer, Whitney, Sandra, Jennifer, Heather, me and Janet at Jennifer Kirkley's wedding.

While we were in Magnolia some, I had to visit with my VERY precious Aunt Nancy! Here we are at my engagement announcement coffee in 2007! She works at Jordan Brothers car dealership with two of my uncles in Magnolia. I always love visiting with her. I know she reads this so "HI AUNT NANCY! I LOVE YOU!"
Lastly, I had to tell ya'll about another blog I started. Honestly, I was a little leery about starting this blog. But I see more pros than cons about starting it so I will tell you a little about it and ya'll can see for yourselves. When my daddy was diagnosed w/ brain cancer in September, I didn't want to blog about it. I was and still am going through many emotional things right now. But at that time I couldn't bring myself to blog about it. However, I do believe there needs to be more awareness about all brain tumors and brain cancer. That is why I am doing this blog. Go to I don't know how much I will update it, but I will do my best. I will also say I would love more comments from you on this blog and the other-but especially on this new blog. My prayer is that it will help someone out in any way possible. So go to it, read, tell me your opinion!


Faith said...

Meredith, what a precious tribute to your father. I thank you for opening up and sharing your special memories of your dad.

I pray that you are doing good and having a great weekend!