Thursday, November 10, 2016

Weekly Happenings + Weekend Review

One of the great things about our adult fellowship class is that we not only get to dive deep into the word of Jesus but we get to do fun get together's to bond and grow as friends and sisters in christ! 

Last week we had a great craft night! We made this sign... 

We have a crafty group of people!

Lucy has gotten into defining her style as a person! She likes soft, comfortable and a bit of flair! 

Friday, I grabbed my BFF and we headed to Costco for the Collin County Moms Blog Costco Hour! We had more fun taking our time on each aisle!
 Thankful Clark had protection. We were safe from all the other moms.

 Friday night we had our last Volleyball game until the tournament.

 We played our best soccer game and defended the #1 title.

I took the Coble Girls to a Gymnastic birthday party!

Addison wasn't excited about it, she couldn't find the cake and she might be a tad bit shy.

 Saturday night I was invited to attend the embrace gala supporting foster care and adoption.

Thanks for the invite, pretty ladies!

It was western themed so we dressed like Texans and got our party on... 

The gala was held at a cute western town (Storybrook ranch in Mckinney). We enjoyed walking the street and seeing the old authentic buildings.

Monday, Wesley decided he hated me and ate my glasses. I went to get the arms replaced and was told I would just have to buy a new pair. My sweet husband taped them up and I'll be sporting my chewed on glasses still... 

 When Wesley isn't being a jerk, He is trying to win over the hearts of all people. This was his election day photo.

The kids and I worked hard on our Operation Christmas Child Boxes. 

Yesterday was my favorite day of Bible Study! It was fellowship day. We feasted like kings and then sang to THE KING! I wore my stretchy pants for the occasion.

The Feasting Table...

This week is also chemo week. I received this very awesome card from my very favorite sender! 
:). I hope you guys have had a great week!

God is bigger than this and Jesus can fix-it. 

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