Family Christmas Card ’08?!?!
After the parade, we headed over to the Alamo and took some cute family pics. I miss this house! It was fun to spend some time with the fam!
Then it was off to the Georges tent and Baylor game! Go BEARS!
The game was pretty close, but the Bears did not pull it off this time. It was a great game to watch – a lot of enthusiasm was found in our box during the game! After the game I was still not feeling well and went home to nap/take meds/take a bath and finally made it out to the Alamo party that we had been planning since last Homecoming: Remember the Alamo! It was a fun party – good to see old friends! It was a very random assortment of people – but that made it fun! The party started with everyone watching the Tech/Texas game – which was a pretty darn good game. Then as usual, began the dance party on the coffee table! It made me miss the rest of my college friends but Julie, Scar, Becca and I had FUN!
Unfortunately on the way home I started to REALLY feel bad and Stephen had to take me to the hospital when we got back to Midland. All is well – there is nothing serious wrong, just a viral infection and some issues with my asthma. I have been home in bed ALL week (that is why I’m trying to catch up on all my blogging!) and will be back to school tomorrow…..
Hey, I'm Wynne!
Hi, friend! First, I truly am so giddy that you are here. I want you to know I 100% believe in you and all the ways you are growing towards living a more intentional life. I can’t wait to get to know you and your story, and I genuinely hope you are encouraged from our time together here.
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