It was definitely extreme

Every year around this time the County Fairs start rolling in to Texas. Most of these kinds of things don’t really interest me (livestock smells awful) but my family’s business supports one of these festivals of cowboys and animal poop, so I generally make it out at least once a year.

I’m not dogging on county fairs at all, don’t get me wrong; give me a footlong corn dog, a funnel cake a a beer and I’m a happy girl! But I was raised in one of the biggest cities in the U.S. Country, I’m not.

But this year there was a new attraction and I was so ready.

can you guess??
can you guess??













It. Was. Awesome. I never thought I would be one of those crazy people who screams “HIT HIM WITH THE CHAIR!!” at a stranger but there I was, shouting instructions to a midget called Little Fabio.

I know this might sound like a strange event to attend, and I agree. But I’ve never seen anything like it. I can’t resist doing new things, which has led to so awesome experiences… And some not so awesome. But last night was awesome, and I’ll leave you with this picture of me and my favorite wrestler of the evening.

they call him….Lil Chickenhead

Full house

So after four long weeks at public school, Morgan decided to return to homeschooling!

I’ve got to say, I’m pretty happy about it. I missed having her home.


Who wouldn’t miss this face? 😉

I’m tired

I guess that goes without saying, right? Who isn’t? Between the kids and all of their activities, my own commitments, Kent’s schedule, things that need to be done at home, decisions that need to be made; all of these things add up to stress and exhaustion for me.

“We grow weary in our present bodies, and we long to put on our heavenly bodies like new clothing.”
2 Corinthians 5:2

I couldn’t agree more.