Wednesday, October 15, 2014
and then there is no power, it's no good. Especially when you watch shows like Walking Dead religiously.... So this morning, yes, we woke up to a boom. Randy said it sounded like an explosion...I thought maybe a gunshot or something. I could tell it was close, but I didn't really think too much of it, we live in the country, booms happen...until the fan slowly stopped spinning, and the lights didn't work when we got out of bed. So we go out on the front porch to see if any of the neighbors have any power, and it looks like they don't. (This is where I get worried that the zombies will come running around the house to eat us...hahaha!) I then see the girl that lives next door run out and down the road, I asked if she had power, and she says "our transformer just fell..." SO that was the boom...and how did it "just fall." They are a strange bunch...so I'm guessing they did something stupid to cause it to collapse. Needless to say it was an interesting morning trying to get the kids dressed and ready for school...with Iphone flashlights...and Rowan's Penguin flashlight toy. I brought my hair styling stuff to work and did my hair there. I really hope when I get back home later on tonight, that we have power. Homework, Dinner, Baths...none of that will be happening in the dark. Plus Randy's shower stopped giving him water halfway through...he wasn't too happy about that, since he was still soapy. He had to use a gallon of the drinking water to rinse...ice bucket challenge anyone? Randy did his twice! Haha...BUT in all of the craziness that happened early this morning, Randy said "Well, the day can only get better from here!" Way to be positive honey! One of the millions of reasons I love that man! :)
Thursday, August 7, 2014
At least that's my excuse for not posting in a year. Yes a year. But...in my defense, it has been one hell of a year. :) Randy finally proposed in January, on our 2nd anniversary of dating. In the freezing cold winter snow on the steps of the Art Museum. We had an amazing wedding 6 months later. Randy's mom, Shelley, was practically our wedding planner, and really if it wasn't for her, we wouldn't have had such a perfect day. The entire thing turned out gorgeous. Not a detail was missed. It was absolutely perfect. Here is one of my favorite pictures from the day!!