Thursday, November 24, 2011

It's a ......

GIRL!!

It is my pleasure to introduce you to Abigail Morgan Moss! She's waving hello to you!

The day of my sonogram, it was pure torture having to wait all day for my appointment that afternoon! As soon as that bell rang, I raced out of school and headed over to meet Bryan (who had already beat me there..ha!)

Throughout my pregnancy, I had always thought, "I think it's a girl." However, in Bryan's family his sister is the only girl out of tons of boys and the 2 grandchildren are also boys, so I knew the chance of us getting a girl was slim.

I arrived at the sonogram place and we checked in. We were taken back to our room and it was amazing! There were comfy couches and chairs everywhere so you could have had tons of people in there if you wanted to. The best part was that we got to see everything on a 42 in. plasma tv! It was so awesome!

The sonogram began and we tried to figure out what our sweet baby was! Well, I soon began to get very nervous because baby girl had her legs crossed AND had her umbilical cord in between her legs. Poor Katy kept looking and looking and could not get her to uncross her legs. I just KNEW that she was going to send us home and we were going to have to come back and try again.

Katy kept trying to get her to start moving around and was jiggling my belly and shaking her around. It must have worked because Katy then said, "Ok, now I can see! I'm about 98% that it's a GIRL!" Once I heard her say those words, I immediately started bawling! Katy was like, "Is that a good thing?" and we both said yes!

I think that I was just in shock because I never ever thought that I would actually get a girl! I don't think that until I heard her say it was a girl, that I realized how much I had really been wanting one. Katy got the "98%" shot but said she was going back to get her 100% shot! She was able to get one and then said she was 100% sure that it was a girl!

Bryan and I were so excited to find out it was a girl, not only because we had wanted one, but also because we would finally get to use our name! See, we've had our girl name picked out for about 2-3 years, but had no boy names at all that we agreed on! We've always loved the name Abigail, which is Hebrew for "Joy of the Father" and we decided on Morgan as her middle name after our best friend Morgan Smith. Morgan and Bryan have been best friends since 1st grade and Morgan was the one who introduced Bryan and I!

We were both elated and got to take our picture beside the "It's a girl!" wall! :) After we left, we met Jacque, Jason, and Jillian at Texas Roadhouse for our dinner celebration. After dinner, we began making our rounds and calling all of our friends and families to tell them our news! Everyone was ecstatic and so happy for us. It was the best day of our life!

We both went to school the next day wearing our pink shirts and everyone was so excited for us!

I kept telling Bryan that Nov. 16th was a day that I would love to relive over and over again. I will never forget the day my world changed-the day I found out I was going to have a precious baby girl!

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Tomorrow's the big day!

Tomorrow we have our appointment to find out if Baby Moss is a BOY or a GIRL! I actually have my appointment with my OBGYN for Dec. 1st; however, that was the earliest they would schedule me and I frankly didn't want to wait that long! So, I made a separate appointment at La Bella Belly Spa! I found out that they will do a gender sonogram once you're 16 weeks and so I was sold!

I know this is the ONLY time that I will ever say this, but I pray that my baby decides to spread its legs tomorrow for everyone to see! :) Hopefully, if he/she is anything like his/her father, he/she will be anything but shy! ;)

People keep asking me if I have a feeling of what the baby is but I don't really know. I kinda think that it's a girl, but I'm sure it will probably be a boy! I don't really care though..just as long as he/she is healthy! :) I just can't wait to actually see my precious baby! It has been SO hard to wait so long to see a picture of my baby. Last time was at 8 weeks, so I know at almost 17 weeks it's going to look so much differently!

I. CAN'T. WAIT!!!

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Telling Bryan the big news..

That afternoon, Bryan and I both needed to go work up at school. The timing was perfect because I actually needed to go get a digital pregnancy test (because you know it's not official until you see the "pregnant" on the digital test). We left and I went to Walmart, bought my test, and went to school. I took it at school and sure enough, pregnant popped right up! This was the first picture I took! :)



I had an official smile on my face after reading that! I went home and thank goodness Bryan was still at work. I had just enough time to get my things together and plan out exactly how I was going to tell Bryan!
A few months before, I bought a Texas Ranger's baby onesie, a baseball mit, and a baseball. I wrote on the baseball, "Surprise! You're going to be a Daddy!" 8-20-11 (the date I found out I was pregnant). I placed the pregnancy test inside everything. I even got the camera out and practiced placing it and videoing exactly where I needed it.

We had already planned to have a date night, so everything worked out perfectly! Bryan got home and we both got ready to go out to dinner at our favorite, Texas Roadhouse. Before we left, I told Bryan that because he had been so wonderful to me and helping me lately, I got him a surprise! I made him sit on the couch and close his eyes. While he did that, I ran and got my present, and turned the camera on to record. Later, he tells me that he thought I had bought him an iPad! HA!

Once he opened the present and once he figured out what it was, he was so excited! There might have been a few tears shed (and not by me..ha!). He kept saying, "I'm going to be a Daddy!" After that, several pictures were taken!

You can see all of the pictures here

After all of the pictures were through, we got in the car and headed to dinner. Bryan asked me about 50 million questions about when I found out, how I planned everything, etc. We had a wonderful dinner that night and then celebrated by making our first trip to Babies R Us! We bought baby a super cute teddy bear that's now in his/her nursery!

It was the best night ever and we were so excited to start this new journey as parents! God is so good!

Sunday, October 2, 2011

I'm glad it's not just me!

The other night, we went to dinner at Gloria's and before we left Bryan took a shower and got all nice and dressed up. Well, it wasn't until we were in the car and already on our way, before I realized that he had put on his cologne. Now, in most cases, I LOVE his cologne! I was actually the one who picked it out and up until this day, I've always swooned over him when he wore it. However, that was BEFORE I got pregnant.

I had to lovingly ask him to not wear his cologne anymore until further notice. He didn't understand and said, "I thought you loved my colgne!" I had to explain that yes, I did, but now I couldn't stand the smell. I literally had to ride the whole trip in the car with the air on full blast, both the windows rolled down, and a napkin over my nose. It was that bad people!

I felt bad until I read this article about Beyonce experiencing the same thing. After I read it, I showed it to Bryan and said, "See! It's not just me! Beyonce feels the same way I do!"

Somehow though, I don't think it made him feel any better! ;)

Monday, September 26, 2011

The day I found out I was pregnant...

That week was stressful like normal because it was the week before school started. I'm actually glad it was, because it kept my mind off of obsessively thinking about whether I might be pregnant or not! Open house was that Friday night and Friday was the day that I was supposed to have my period. After the day was over, I still hadn't had my period so I thought things were looking pretty good!

I woke up Saturday morning, 8-20-11, at 7:00. Bryan was still asleep, so I knew it was the perfect time to take a pregnancy test. I snuck off to the bathroom, grabbed 2 Walmart tests from my secret stash, peed in a cup, and started the timer for my 2 minutes. I checked Facebook until my 2 minutes were up, and then it was time to check. I looked at the tests and the first thing I saw was 2 pink lines! I was like, "Wait! What do 2 lines mean again?!" So I looked on the box and saw that it meant PREGNANT! I was so in shock. I immediately took the 2nd test, and right off the bat, I saw 2 lines pop up! I didn't react like I thought I would. I didn't cry, I didn't panic. I was just excited and calm!

After I was done, I hid all my evidence and went back to bed. However, I layed there for like 5 minutes, before realizing there was NO way I was going to be able to go back to sleep. Therefore, I snuck out into the living room and got on my computer to research all the information I could find. Yes, I'd googled things about pregnancy online before, but this time it was different. This time I was actually pregnant! I researched information about my pregnancy, when my due date was, etc. From several websites I visited, they said my due date ranged from April 27-May 2nd. So basically, I knew the baby would arrive either during the last week of April or the first week of May.

After I finished all my researching, I decided to clean the house until Bryan woke up. When he did wake up, I did a great job staying cool and collected and acted like nothing life changing had happened to me that morning! ;) I then began to hash out my plan of how I was going to tell Bryan that we were pregnant. See, what Bryan didn't know was that I had planned out exactly how I wanted to tell him, and I had bought everything and had it ready since, oh back in May! I'd just been waiting on my perfect timing!

Little did Bryan know that his whole life was going to change later that evening! ;)

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Guess what?!?!?!

I'm going to be a MOMMY!!!!!!! :):):)

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Sweet Baby James

The first time I heard about Baby James was through a post that my blog friend Jen had written. The Sikes were friends with Jen and they found out that their 7 month old little boy had a brain tumor. When Jen first posted about James she was asking for prayer because he was scheduled to have surgery to remove as much of the tumor as possible.

I can remember the day that I read about him. I was with Bryan celebrating our 2nd year anniversary, and in Jen's post she showed some adorable pictures of James. I had to show my husband b/c Baby James had the MOST awesome head full of hair that I'd ever seen! He was so cute. I showed Bryan and he couldn't believe it either. It struck me though when Bryan said, "It's so sad." I said, "What?" and Bryan said, "You know that he's going to loose all of his hair right?". It hurt when he said that. I hadn't even thought about it. I just prayed that everything would be alright with James and that his surgery would be successful.

Later that week, I shared the prayer request in my Sunday school class and in my growth group that week. I saw that Jen had posted a link and James' parents had started a blog to keep everyone up to date on James' progress. I began reading everyday and am still reading their updates. You can go there to read his whole story and everything that happened. If you do, you'll find out that his surgery was successful and they removed I think 95% of his tumor which was awesome. You'll also read that a week later after he kept having seizures, they did another MRI and found out that the tumor had agressively returned. You'll read that eventually the Dr.'s gave the Sikes two choices, to start James on chemo, or to take him home and make him comfortable. They decided to take him home and James went to be with Jesus on July 16, 2011. He was 8 months old.

I was devestated. I can only imagine how his parents feel. If me, a complete stranger feels devestated, I have no idea how the actual parents are feeling. It literally broke my heart every time that I read an update. I couldn't read them without crying. I was sitting in Texas Roadhouse telling my husband that they had decided to take James home and I was crying. I don't know why his story had such an impact on me, but it did.

From the Sikes family, I have learned that I must cherish every moment, because it could all be gone in an instant. I've learned the most important thing about being a parent isn't if the nursery is perfect, or I have all the latest gadgets and baby toys, all my child really needs is love. I've learned that instead of getting frustrated with my child when they throw a fit, or don't listen, or disobey, I should hug them and love them because they could be gone tomorrow. I don't even have children right now, but those are the things that I've learned from them about being good parents.

I praise Jesus for the impact that baby James had on me and everyone else during his short life on this earth. I praise Jesus that James is in Heaven right now, tumor free. I praise God for the impact that James' story will continue to have on people even after he's gone.

Weeping endures for a night, but joy comes in the morning...

Monday, August 8, 2011

Thankful!

So, about 2 weeks ago, I got a phone call from my teammate Kara saying that she had gotten a new speech job at another school, so she wouldn't be teaching with me anymore. I'll admit, I was pretty bummed that she was leaving. I'm going to miss her like crazy, but I'm happy that she's going to be getting to do something she really loves! I know God will bring the perfect person for me, just like He brought me Kara!

With Kara leaving, that meant that if I wanted to, I could move into her classroom. Her MUCH bigger, and spacious classroom! Even though we all know I hate moving rooms with a passion, I just couldn't pass up all of that space. The decision was made. I was moving rooms.

If you're an elementary teacher, you know exactly what I'm talking about, and why this task is SO extremely daunting. Elementary teachers are...shall I say, prepared...for a tsunami, flood, hurricane, tornado and anything else you can think of (as my husband put it). While we were moving things, he kept complaining that I had so much crap (which is true). However, I told him, I just chose to think of it as being prepared for anything! :)

Anyways, I began moving rooms before we left for Vegas and then picked it up when we got back. I have pretty much been up there nonstop, every day, working. By this past Saturday, I'd probably put in about 20 hrs working on my room. To say that I was exhausted is an understatement. Sunday afternoon, I went up there and worked for a couple of hours and then my friend Amanda said that she would come up and help me with my room, so of course I took her up on it!

I kid you not people, we worked from 7:00-12 Sunday night, only stopped for about 30 min. when our husband's brought us dinner, and we basically finished my entire room! I know, I'm still in shock. I know that if I was working alone, that would have probably taken me the whole rest of this week to finish. However, in one short evening with Amanda, it was all done! You have no idea how relieved I am! People, I'm actually ahead of the game instead of behind, like I thought I was! Whoo hoo!

I titled this post thankful, because I am. I am so thankful for Kara's friendship over the last few years, and having the chance to teach with her. I am sad to see her leave, but know our friendship will remain. I am SO thankful that I have a friend like Amanda who came up and helped me work in my room until midnight and helped me when I really needed it. She just wouldn't give up until it was finished! Thank you God for giving me the people that I need, in your perfect timing!


Friday, July 29, 2011

Guess where?!

Who wants to guess where I'm going in 2 days??!!!
Well, if you guess VEGAS, then you're right! About a month ago, we found this awesome deal online and couldn't pass it up! We're going with our friends Wes & Amanda and we can't wait! It's going to be fast and furious, but I know we'll have a blast. I just hope I survive leaving to make our flight at 5:00 in the morning and returning at midnight! Bryan and I have never been to Vegas, so you can expect lots of pictures when we get back! VIVA LAS VEGAS BABY!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Manure

My growth group at church just finished reading the book Crazy Love by Francis Chan. If you haven't read this book, you need to go to the closest bookstore and buy it! It's amazing and smacks you in the face with a good dose of honest truth.  It reminds us of what God's Word says, what it really means, and what your life should look like when you are truly obsessed with God.

At the end of the book, Chan says:

"A friend of mine once said that Christians are like manure; spread them out and they help everything grow better, but keep them in one big pile and they stink horribly. Which are you? The kind that reeks, around which people walk a wide swath? Or the kind that trusts God enough to let Him spread you out-whether that means going outside your normal group of Christian friends, increasing your material giving, or using your time to serve others?"


Wow! What a great description. In answering Chan's question honestly, I will have to admit that I'm probably not in a huge pile; however, I'm not as evenly spread out as I could be. I do know where I WANT to be though! I want to trust God and allow Him to spread me out, in whatever way He wants to.

I never thought I'd say this about myself, but I desire to be a pile of extremely spread out manure! :) What about you?

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Truth Card!

We received these last Sunday morning at church and I loved it, so I thought I'd share it with you! They look like business cards and on the front it says "Truth Card" and on the back it says:

Because of Jesus and His death on the cross, through my faith in Him:

  • I am COMPLETELY FORGIVEN and FULLY PLEASING to God. (2 Corinthians 5:21, Hebrews 8:12)
  • I am UNCONDITIONALLY ACCEPTED by God. (Colossians 1:21-22, Romans 8:38-39)
  • I NO LONGER STAND CONDEMNED before God and I am deeply loved by God.(Isaiah 53:4-6, Romans 8:1-3, 1 John 4:9-10)
  • I am MADE BRAND NEW and I am now COMPLETE IN CHRIST. (Titus 3:3-7, Colossians 2:9-10)
What a great reminder to all believers! I hope you were as encouraged by this as I was!

Monday, June 27, 2011

2 years!

2 years ago today...
  I put on a white dress...
                                                








and walked down the isle on the arm of my Daddy, as he gave me away.


In front of friends and family, I promised to love, honor, and obey him

 until death do us part.

    Two years ago today, I became Mrs. Bryan Mitchell Moss!





I am more in love than ever with this man! I know my love for him will only continue to grow. The past two years haven't always been easy, but they have always been worth it! I can't wait to see what the next 50 years hold for us! Happy 2nd Anniversary Baby!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Jillian's Dedication!

May 29th we went to Kaufman for Jillian's baby dedication at Life Church! She had lots of friends and family that came to support her! She did of course steal the show by throwing a screaming fit before the dedication because she wanted her bottle! One things for sure, when Jillian is hungry, you better feed that girl, or else! ;)

After church, we walked down to Jackson St. BBQ that is owned by Eddie Deen for lunch! Bryan and I were so excited to eat lunch here because we'd never been before! If you remember, Eddie Deen catered our wedding reception at Edison's in Dallas. His food is amazing, so we couldn't wait! We were definitely not dissappointed! The food was delicious! We had a great time spent celebrating Jillian with her friends and family! We love you baby girl!

Best friends!

Jillian and her godmother! :)

Jillian and her godfather! :)

We love our goddaughter!

Monday, April 25, 2011

28 years young! :)

Guess who had a birthday today?! Yep, it was yours truly! I am 28 year young today! :) I honestly don't feel 28 at all; however, I'm getting to that point where I have to ask myself, wait, how old am I? ;)

This weekend in honor of my birthday/Easter we had all of my family up to visit. And yes, I said ALL of my family! All 8 of them, so we had a grand total of 11 people in my house! We had a great time together filled with BBQ, shopping, watching tv, eating at the Harbor, and amazing Easter service, a yummy lunch, birthday cookie cake and presents, and a Ranger's game!

Today was my actual birthday and I had a great day! My coworkers got me Chick-fil-A for lunch (my fav!) and my students got me some sweet gifts and cards! We went out to eat at Texas Roadhouse tonight with Jacque, Jason, and Jillian and they gave me the new Taylor Swift and Sugarland c.d! Can't wait to listen to them! Jillian also got me a sweet card and some super cute stationary! After dinner, we went to Dairy Queen for a baby blizzard and just spent time catching up! When we got home, my sweet hubby gave me some beautiful pink roses, an iTunes gift card, and a gift certificate for a massage! I definitely can't wait to use that! I'll post pictures tomorrow of all my loot, so be looking for it! ;) 
In honor of my big day, I thought I'd post some baby pics! Yes, that's me, rocking out my super awesome hair, and no I'm not a boy! :)

Here's Grandpa feeding me cake and ice cream on my first birthday!

Seriously, how could you not love that pouty face?!
visiting the goats with Mama and Papa!
I had a wonderful day, and am so blessed to have such wonderful friends and family!

Friday, April 8, 2011

13 Things Your Child's Teacher Won't Tell You!

I found this online tonight from Reader's Digest, and it was TOO true not to post! :)

  1. If we teach small children, don’t tell us that our jobs are “so cute” and that you wish you could glue and color all day long.
  2. I’m not a marriage counselor. At parent-teacher conferences, let’s stick to Dakota’s progress, not how your husband won’t help you around the house.
  3. We’re sick of standardized testing and having to “teach to the test.”
  4. Kids used to go out and play after school and resolve problems on their own. Now, with computers and TV, they lack the skills to communicate. They don’t know how to get past hurt feelings without telling the teacher and having her fix it. (AMEN!!)
  5. When I hear a loud belch, I remember that a student’s manners are a reflection of his parents’.
  6. Your child may be the center of your universe, but I have to share mine with 25 others.
  7. Please help us by turning off the texting feature on your child’s phone during school hours.
  8. Guys who dribble a ball for a couple of hours a game can make up to $20 million a year. We educate future leaders and make about $51,000 a year.
  9. We take on the role of mother, father, psychologist, friend, and adviser every day. Plus, we’re watching for learning disabilities, issues at home, peer pressure, drug abuse, and bullying.
  10. Kids dish on your secrets all the time—money, religion, politics, even Dad’s vasectomy.
  11. Please, no more mugs, frames, or stuffed animals. A gift card to Starbucks or Staples would be more than enough. A thank-you note: even better.
  12. We love snow days and three-day weekends as much as your kid does.
  13. The students we remember are happy, respectful, and good-hearted, not necessarily the ones with the highest grades.  

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

to highlight or not to highlight....

that is the question!

So the other day husband and I were having a big fight discussing the fact that I REALLY did not appreciate that he told me that he wanted to shave a goatee (which I hate) but I asked him to please wait until the following week because we were going to be taking pictures that weekend and wanted him to have his beard in these and he agreed to do so.

*If I haven't mentioned this before, I love, love, love, my husband with a beard. I believe it is his best look, makes him look his age, and oh so handsome! Any other facial looks however, I pretty much despise! He knows this and has basically grown used to wearing a beard for the entire part of our dating/marriage relationship. At times though, he does become a bit rebellious and throws a fit saying that he "doesn't like the beard" and "it's too itchy" or "too hot". Soon after that he shaves his entire face or does the detested goatee for a short time, until my whining and complaining convinces him to give me the beard back!

But anyways, back to what I was saying.

So the next morning, we're in the bathroom, getting ready for work. I'm putting on my makeup and he's trimming his beard before he gets into the shower. He normally trims his beard, or shaves his neck in the mornings, so this is all a normal routine. Do you know what is NOT normal? Me casually glancing over at him to see that he has JUST SHAVED OFF HIS ENTIRE BEARD!!!! Then that's when you would have heard a little something that goes like this:
C- "WHAT ARE YOU DOING??!"
B- "What are you talking about?"
C- "You just shaved your beard off!!!"
B- "Yeah? So?"
C-"Do you not remember the conversation that we JUST had last night about this and you said that you were NOT going to shave it until next week???!!!"
B- "Uh, not really. What's the big deal?"
C-"You KNOW I don't like it!"
B- "It's not that big of a deal!"
C-"Yes it is! You know how I feel about it."
B-"It's my facial hair!"
C-"Yes, but I have to look at it every day!" (so I maybe should not have gone there..ooops)
B-"Oh! So you're saying I'm ugly?!"
C-"No, I didn't say that. You just know I like your beard best. And you didn't even talk to me before you shaved it!"
B- "So I have to ask you every time I want to shave or change my facial hair?!
C-"No, but it would be nice if you just talked to me about it before you actually did it!"
B-"Well, what about YOUR hair?"
C- "What about my hair?!"
B-"I don't like it!"
C-"WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU DON'T LIKE IT?!"
B-"That red. I hate that red that you put in it. It doesn't look normal and I don't like it!"
C- "Fine! I won't do it again!"

(P.S. Props to you if you're still reading! ;)

Anyways, long story short, we made up and were fine! The point of this whole post is, soon I will be making a trip to my hairdresser for my normal cut and color. However, since that last fight  discussion with my hubby, I'm wondering what I should do about my color. See, for most of my hair coloring career, I have always gone dark. Once upon a time, I experimented with some highlights, but that lasted a short while and I moved on. My hairdresser and I have always thought that dark brown always looked best on me. I started adding a little red to my dark brown over the past year or so and have loved that. It's not really dramatic, but looks pretty when the sun shines on it! However, my husband does not agree. He keeps begging me to put highlights back in. So, now that I'm stumped, I'm asking your opinion. Which do you like best?

hello highlights!


This is Bryan's favorite picture of me with the highlights and it's the one he's always talking about!

This is more recent over the past year when I started adding red to my dark hair..even though you really can't tell
You can also refer to my blog profile picture! ;) Ok ladies, what do you think?!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

blog designers anyone?

So, I realized that after blogging for, oh almost 4 years, it was probably time to for an official blog design! I would love to hear from you who you used, who's your favorite, ect. I've seen some pretty cute stuff out there, but don't know where you got it from! Any info you have would be much appreciated! I want something professionally designed, but also don't want to spend an arm and a leg on it. Thanks girls!

Friday, March 25, 2011

Spring Break 2011!

Spring break was wonderful this year! I'm trying not to be too upset that it's over, but glad that I finished another week back to school! I keep reminding myself that the faster we go back, the faster we get out! ;)

We started off our spring break this year fast and furious! Charity and Luke drove in from Nashville and stopped by on their way to my parent's house. We also had Morgan and Chris come down and spend the night with us all that Friday night. It was one great, big, slumber party! We went to the harbor and ate at Gloria's then headed to Twisty Treats for some yummy frozen yogurt. We spent the rest of the night laughing and having lots of fun! It was such a sweet time spent with friends! On Saturday, we packed up and then drove down to Lorena to spend a couple of days with my parents. I also had the chance to see Kyrbie and baby Lexi! It was so good to see everyone!

Monday morning, Bryan and I continued our trip by heading to San Antonio. We took the loop around Austin and that was SO much faster than actually driving through Austin! We will definitely be doing that again! We arrived in San Antonio and got checked into our hotel. We stayed at the Sheraton Gunter and it was a historical hotel, downtown, literally 2 blocks from the Riverwalk. We parked when we got there and never drove again until we left! We walked everywhere and it was so nice! We did a little shopping and saw the movie "Beastly". Yes, I liked it and Bryan was really sweet to let me pick the movie! He said it wasn't as bad as he thought it was going to be!

We went to dinner at Landry's and it was super yummy! Very delicious seafood! We visited the Alamo and had a great time. I wanted to go inside, but when I saw the line that wrapped around the building, I quickly changed my mind and we just walked around the area outside!




We spent the rest of our time being lazy and watching tv in our hotel! It was so great being lazy and having nothing to do! We headed back to Rockwall on Wednesday and then went dancing with some friends at Southern Junction. Thursday night Mom and Rachel came down and we went shopping on Friday at Market! We spent the rest of the night relaxing and enjoying our weekend. Sunday morning Bryan taught Sunday School, we went to luch with our friends at Joe Willy's after church, and then spent the afternoon with Wes and Amanda!

We had a busy spring break, but had a lot of fun with our friends and family! ;)

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