Sometimes, I'm just happy. Don't get me wrong- I have unhappy days, too. If you've followed my blog for any period of time, I'm sure you've seen evidence of this. But I'd like to share with you a couple of my good days.
I went to Harrison, Arkansas to visit with Anthony's family. It was amazing. It really made me miss my family, but at the same time, it was refreshing to be around a wholesome family. I had an incredible time.
Lindsey picked me the flowers in this picture and I felt awesome. Bren was playing on my iPhone while sitting on my lap. I felt extra awesome. I hope these kids still like me, even if I run out of Amelia Bedilia books and iPhone games. That's my lover boy in the background. He's amazing.
Amy and Dave drew on each other and Anthony and I drew on each other. We are so immature. It was fun, though. My drawings were symbolic so that equals maturity, right? Ha.
His drawing was not symbolic. I mean, really? A rose-ish thing coming out of a skull? How childish. HA.
We played a LOT of Yahtzee. I love games. Does anyone else like board games? My family always plays games on holidays. It's my favorite part.. other than the food, of course.
On Monday, Antho and I went on a date. It was lovely. :)
We started out at Hoover Music Store to get him some music for his banjo. My next instrument is going to be the mandolin. I can't wait until I'm a millionaire and I can afford random instruments!
After the music shop, we went to Galloway Station. If you live in Springfield, I highly recommend this place! It was awesome! I guess Monday is the day that this Irish-y band plays. THIS WAS THE BEST DATE, EVER! Good job, Ant.
Edit: I posted the wrong video! Whoops. This one's my favorite:
What'd ya think? Isn't Anthony cute?! ;)
After dinner, we went to Barnes & Noble so I could keep Lindsey stocked with Amelia Bedilia books. Ant had to stop me from spending $50+ on the books, so I bought three. AMY, don't tell her! It's a surprise!!!! Hahaha. I love children. And I love books. It's the perfect combination.
We found this incredible book of "the best wrong answers." (I think that's what the title was...)
"What is the lowest frequency a human can hear?"
- a mouse
"What is the highest frequency a human can hear?"
- Maria Carey
"Adam cuts his arm. Blood gushes out and it is red in color. What does this show?
- He is not a robot, he is a real boy!
- "What is a fibula?"
- a little lie
Alright, people. Life is good. That's all for now.