well, yesterday was the first aggie football game. unfortunately, we lost to arkansas state 18 to 14. it was a horrible game! but the day was fun. we got to campus around 7:30 am and tailgated all day until the game started at 6 pm. we love the friends that we have season tickets with this year, so we are so excited about the season. although it may be a rough season for the team, our tailgate should be a blast! here are some pics...
well, i am finally fully recovered and feeling way better. i would never ever recommend a tonsillectomy to anyone unless absolutely necessary...it was horrible. however, my parents are amazing, and stayed with me for over a week and made sure i was completely spoiled! :) while my mom made sure i was doing ok at all times, my daddy worked on building josh and i a deck in the back of our new house. i was so excited about this, and it turned out so great! it took him most of the week because it rained every single day, but josh was able to help him the last couple of days and they got it all done. here are some pictures of the finished (but not yet stained) amazing deck!!!
getting my tonsils out at 9:30 tomorrow morning. please pray! i am a little nervous...not gonna lie. if any of you have had yours out, please leave me some advise! :) i hope to update on some recent fun when i get a chance...i have a feeling i will have much down time coming up here pretty soon. i'll post as soon as i get a chance. good night.
it's here!!! i can't believe it! my life has been so hectic the last few weeks with moving in the house and getting ready for this conference. when my boss presented it to me over a year ago, i remember how ridiculous i thought it was to be thinking so far ahead. but now the conference is monday and i feel so unprepared. we have about 420 registered and will probably have quite a lot register on the day of. please just be in prayer that everything comes together....speakers and attendees getting to and from hotels, church, and airports...that we have plenty of volunteers to greet, direct the parking lot, serve food, handle registration, drive attendees wherever needed, etc...that the sermons and breakout speakers will have a unity in their messages that can come from nowhere else but straight from God...that people will realize the importance of prayer and discipleship ministries in order to see revival in our nation. all of these things are so important. also pray for our speakers...mark estep, hayes wicker, jimmy draper, frank page, t.w. hunt, frank turek, jay johnston, jim kinnebrew, glenna heidt, elaine helms, tracy jaggers, mark harrison, steve baird, audrey pratt, andy harrison...i think that's everyone. thanks so much, and i will try to blog more once my life settles down.