When we got to Texas this sock monkey was waiting for McKynley. Uncle Bruce, Aunt Nancy and Nicole got it for her as a birthday gift. At first she was afraid of it...but then she started to like him.
My Uncle and his family are all very musically inclined. Aunt Nancy and Nicole are amazing singers, they very good at playing the piano. This is the piano that they have in their living room.
Uncle Bruce has been playing the trumbone for years. The reason we went to Texas last week was so that we could go to my cousin's wedding reception. The actually wedding was held June 25th. (The same day we had Aunt Pam's wedding in our garden.) It was a very nice reception. Uncle Bruce and his band played all night; people danced and everyone had a great time. Kynley kept wanting to play Uncle Bruce's trumbone.
I love this picture, despite the fact that I caught Uncle Bruce in the middle of laughing. I think it is the only picture Aunt Nancy and Uncle have ever been in with McKynley.
Day 193: Not really though, I cheated...oops!
When I started this project I told myself I would never cheat. Well I had to for day 193. This is actually still day 192. My Dad pouring a glass of wine for Ester (the groom's aunt.)
We left Texas on the actual day 193;spent about 13 hours in the car. Everyone was cranky and tired. Every picture I took that day turned out horribly blurry.
I have always wanted a Polaroid instant camera. I won this one off ebay on the 4th of July.
Well...this is a strawberry.
I bought a scentsy pot a few weeks ago. This is the on/off switch for it.
Brook and went to the movies and saw Monte Carlo...It was really good.
Brook now works at a bakery in a local grovery store, so she has taken interest in decorating cakes. After going to the movies on day 197 we decided to make a cake. It took forever to make. We waited until day 198 to decorate it. The top layer is strawberry and the bottom layer is dark chocolate. It has buttercream frosting. Tastes so good.
While unpacking a box today I found this cat. It is an earring holder. My Nanny gave it to me after I got my ears pierced when I was seven.