Saturday, September 26, 2009

Sneak Peak

Wesley and I got our engagement pictures taken last Thursday by our wedding photographer. She is going to mail me a CD with all of the pictures on it...I cannot wait to see them. Here is one that I have gotten to see (ONE of the 283 pics that she took that day!) I'll post my favorites when I see them!

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Quick update...

This past weekend Wesley and I went to a wedding outside of Birmingham and came back in time for the Auburn football game! It was one of the most fun games I have been is rare that I stay at a football game until the play clock runs out. Katie Martin, a good friend from nursing school, gave us tickets. We sat with Katie and her date Brad. I didn't have my camera, but she took a few pics so when she e-mails them to me I will add them to this post!

Wesley and I have been house-hunting for a few weeks now. We are looking to rent something in Auburn or Opelika. Last night at work, one of my co-workers suggested that I check out a house in her neighborhood. It is about 5 minutes from the hospital and about 3 minutes from our church. I drove by it today and fell in love!!! I called the realtor and she showed it to me this afternoon! It is an older house that has been recently updated. Wesley and I are going to look at it together in the morning! I have loved being engaged and planning a wedding, but today I have been giddy about the idea of "playing house" and decorating a home for the 2 of us!

We are taking engagement pictures tomorrow...we are praying for good weather. We had to reschedule them from last week because of all of the bad weather recently. Wesley's mom is meeting us after the pictures and we are all going to Dothan to look at rehersal dinner should be fun!

Thanks to Alisa, I now have a much cuter blog! She gave me tips on how to give my blog a make-over, and it looks so much better! Thanks Leesie!

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Guatemala and Auburn football!

We had such a great trip to Guatemala! It was so great to be reminded just how BIG that God is. The trip was filled with His blessings. We saw over 1600 people in just 3 days of clinics. The people were so gracious and patient to wait for us to see them. Wesley and I both got food poisoning while we were over there and were out for a whole day, but still the trip was wonderful and we cannot wait to go back!

This is Wesley and me with Pastor Jorge, the pastor of the church that we worked with. His church staff did the evangelizing while the patients waited to see a Doctor or nurse.

We were glad to make it back to Auburn safe and sound....and just in time for the start of football season! Yesterday we tailgated with some friends and went to the game. It still feels so different not sitting in the student section, but we had a great time! I especially loved seeing friends that were in town for the game that I rarely get to see's definitely one of the perks of still living in Auburn! And it was great that we began the season with a win! War Eagle!!