Back in December, before I was pregnant, we decided that I would go back to the US for my youngest sisters highschool graduation, to see my brother and his wife's first and brand new baby, and just to spend time with my family. As the trip got closer, and we found out we were expecting, … Continue reading Babies, Graduations, Announcements, Grand Openings…All in a Month’s Time
Most families have favorite movies they quote over and over again. Eventually, these quotes gain a status within the family that can be used in any situation. "Its' really just a interesting psychological phenomenon..." For my (husband's) family, this is one of a few! It might not sound very funny, but for anyone who has … Continue reading “Its’ really just a interesting psychological phenomenon…”
(Continued from 'Travel Buddies...Pt.2).... We grabbed some dinner at chick-fil-a before heading to my cousins house for the night. The next day my brother and his wife left to head back to Tulsa and the rest of us girls took a day trip to Waco to see the Fixer-Upper phenomenon of the Magnolia Market. We … Continue reading #Warrenittogether….
On the flight to Mbeya with my sisters we decided to just battle straight to our house after landing (instead of staying the night and resting before driving 6hrs), as Colton had to get back for work. We landed, picked up our car, and hit the road. 6hrs later and we made it to our … Continue reading Travel Buddies…Pt.2
Back in March, my youngest sister wrote me about visiting us in Tanzania. We had talked about it before but more along the lines of 'I really want to come visit! That would be so much fun'. This time, however, she was serious. She had a job. Had the money. And was going to make … Continue reading Travel Buddies…. Pt.1
I don't usually share my design work with the public, or promote other businesses on here, but today is a special today because this post is about both, near and dear to my heart...and just in time for the weekend! One of my younger sisters (I have 3), started baking cakes almost 2 years ago … Continue reading Cake & Design
Traveling from East Africa to the US is a long haul, and somewhat expensive. Fortunately, we have been able to make this an annual trip since moving out here 3 years ago. A few months back ( April to be precise) the annual trip home was at our doorstep. The past few times home have been … Continue reading Goodbye’s, Hello’s & I love You So’s