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Friday, November 18, 2011

Life: A Tangled Tutorial

TangledEutopia: A Year In Review

The year started off with a Super Bowl Party!
We were halfway through our one year Leadership Ministry Internship at church
and making lifelong friends!

We celebrated birthdays of good friends in March.

We had a girls night by heading to downtown Memphis 
and strolling through the famous Peabody Hotel.

Valentines was celebrated with fun crafts!

We had family dinners together!

In March, we spent our Anniversary by coming home to a busted pipe 
and a flooded bedroom.

But that was a perfect time to update our bedroom with my very own craft area!

Plus new floors, new wall color, and amazing wall decor!

Easter was spent with the Granny's and just being ourselves!

As the weather grew warmer, we played at the park!

We celebrated the Royal Wedding with a Party!

We traveled to Atlanta for my daughters' Choir Competion
and took home First Place in EVERY category!!!

In June we celebrated 3 years with this little monkey!

Love this kid!

He loved his new shirt that mommy made him!!

July 4th was spent in the ER with a four wheeler accident. 
Poor Baby, busted his head open and sprained his arm!

I ended my Internship by traveling to Haiti, a trip I will never forget!

I returned from Haiti with renewed sights and decided 
to kick it off with a new haircut! 
In September, we spent time at our annual family reunion on the lake.

We had fun taking crazy pictures!

And mama got really crazy by letting this girl drive her car for the first time!
I video taped it but you don't really want to subject yourself to the yelling
 (not by me, but by her telling me to calm down...)

We played some football during the Summer and Fall!

We spent time at our Favorite Hangout...STARBUCKS!!

We celebrated 14 years with a candy themed girl party in October!

And after the craziness of 10 teenage girls partying all night...

Mom and Dad took the night off to have a Date Night!!!!

We ended October with a fun night of trick-or-treating on Halloween!

We spent time at a family farm in November.

In November, we celebrated my uncle's 
50th birthday and his retirement from serving our country 
for the last 155 years! Okay...not really 155 years, 
but a long time and I couldn't be more proud to 
call him my uncle!!

Thanksgiving and Christmas will round out our year with great family 
time and more crazy pictures to come, I'm sure! 

So much more happened this year than just these few highlights! 
I'm so thankful for every second I've had, both good and bad! 

I can't wait to see what 2012 brings for our family!!!


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