Monday, February 23, 2009
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Saturday, February 14, 2009
This was something new that he has never done before, and I thought it was so sweet, of course. He made my favorite: bacon and cinnamon rolls with milk. I was asleep all the way until he brought it into our room, so I was completely surprised. He is so sweet! Here is a picture of the sweetness:)
Here is the homemade card I gave Casey. This picture was taken on our "fancy date" before I left for college in 2005.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
All of this furniture was my old stuff from back in high school. I actually got it in the 9th grade. It was all raw and we stained it back then, so it was a light pine color. Recently though, Casey and I sanded and painted all of it black! We think it looks pretty good! The cute bedding added a nice touch :)
I love the cute lamp, too!
In other news...
Sunday after church I had the rare desire to get our office, otherwise known as the "junk room," into order. We have just been pulling a box out here and there to organize, but on Sunday we got it all done! It was almost shocking. Now we have all of our junk hidden in closets and all the rooms are neat and clean. They aren't all done by any means, but they are at least clutter free and clean! Yessss!
I promise to add a picture of the clutter-free room soon. Don't be alarmed though; it still has a lime green wall, thanks to the previous owners!
Sunday, February 1, 2009
Thursday night was our kick-off! We had a comedic hypnotist come to the church, and lo, and behold, I was hypnotized. There is a video, and I am going to try to get it on here somehow! Pretty funny, and a really interesting experience!
Friday and Saturday were awesome, and we got to watch students from 7th-12th grade worship! I loved dNow as a student, and I love it as an adult! Great times. Casey says that dNow is his very favorite youth event--above youth camp and everything else.
This morning we had over 500 people in the 9 o'clock service (due to all of the high school dNow students in the first service and middle schoolers in the second)! All regular chairs, fold-out chairs, and standing room were full. (We normally only fit 350 people in the sanctuary, so this was quite a few more people!) We had 2 awesome kids give their dNow testimonies (which drew tears to the eyes of many), and 2 awesome couples, who opened their homes to our students, speak. It was great!
Casey & I love cLife and are so happy to be apart of such a special event!
Ps. A special shout out to Casey, whose 26th birthday was Friday night! I think of him as a trooper to share his birthday with 400 people, but he thinks it is cool. More power to him!