Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!

This is my first thanksgiving away from my immediate family (last year Rusty and I flew to California) so it's probably going to be a little different but I'm going to have a wonderful time and I'm so excited about the turkey, dressing....etc. Momma Sorah asked me to make the pumpkin pies so since Rusty had to go do some painting late last night I thought I would keep myself occupied by making my own pie crust and baking them while he was gone. They turned out beautiful and I hope they taste as beauiful as they look! Have a great Thanksgiving and make sure you all stuff yourselves FULL!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Here are a few pictures I did of a wedding at our church in September. I never posted any so I thought I'd share a few of my favorites!





Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Finally Home!

I had a great time with family and friends! We were on the road alot it seemed and it seemed to fly by way too fast. The first few days were very relaxing.... I would take my time in the morning and then head up to my mom and grandma's ADORABLE sandwich shop where they fixed me an awesome lunch the first few days. I got to spend quality time with my grandma and also got one of my mom's unbelievable homemade meals for dinner one night. My family and I drove part of the way and spent the night in Bakersfield and the next day we got up and finally made it to Anahiem, California and met up with my dad's side of the family. Two days was the perfect amount of time to visit both parks. We had a GREAT time! On the way back we all drove down Sunset Blvd. through Hollywood to see the sights. I was so sad to leave my family. It seems like the goodbyes get harder and harder and more teary everytime! I had an AWESOME and HILARIOUS time with my sisters.....everyone else! I thought I'd post a few pictures.





I got stuck on my plane on the way back to Tulsa because a woman on my plane was having heart trouble. We had to land in Lubbock, Texas and couldn't get back in the air for hours, which meant I missed my connecting flight in Houston where my layover was (which happened to be the last flight out) to Tulsa. The airport in Lubbock was probably as big as my house. It had only 3 airlines in it and they could not get the 120 distressed passengers to their destinations that night so they had to put us all up in the Holiday Inn in Lubbock, Texas. They were able to fly me out the next day at 5:30 in the morning.....and I finally got to Tulsa where my husband had spent the night by himself because of the situation. It was a disaster and I was exhausted the next couple of days. I missed Rusty so much and was so glad to see him!