All Rowelled Up

All Rowelled Up
All Rowelled Up

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Anniversary Weekend

Happy 5 year anniversary to the Rowell's!!! Boy, what a difference 5 years makes.  Who would've thought we would be home, dog and baby owners :) I sure didn't!  As I was leaving work the other day I thought of how blessed I am and how thankful that I don't mind one bit going home to my family and my non-work life.  Really.  I know there are people out there that dread going home because they don't like their home life for whatever reason.  I know these people exist because I've known these people and I'm so glad and BLESSED that I'm not one of them.  I leave work every day so thankful for my place in life and all the blessings in it.  Thank you Lord for your loving kindness!  It's because of you and my relationship with you that I feel this joy of life.
Several weeks ago Zach called me at work to see if I could take off on the 14th and surprised me with the fact that he got us tickets to a Oklahoma City Thunder game.  Wahoo!! I was ExcIteD!!  I love me some Thunder basketball.  I don't miss a game.  

We headed out Friday morning (it's only about a 2 hour drive) and did us a little shopping before we headed to the stadium.  I knew Zach got us some good seats but I didn't know just how good.  They were awesome!! It was an awesome anniversary gift.  If I were rich we would definitely have season tickets.  Maybe one day.

My Fav! 

Perkins signing some stuff.
See, he is nice :)

Perkins running to the locker room

View from our seats

Hey, it's me!

Sefolosha.  Love him.  Think he looked at me.

Just some coach/player talk

You know those people with the big sticks behind the goal?  That was me!


And if sleeping in her own room wasn't grown up enough, my little bird got shoes this weekend.
Matching momma of course.

And we sat in our high chair for the first time
we were introduced to baby food
(green beans if you were wondering)

Helping daddy make some cookies.

It's almost Christmas time!! I better get my butt in gear and start watching some more Christmas movies.  I still haven't watched Home Alone or While You Were Sleeping!  It's not Christmas until those are watched.  If you've been reading since last year you would know that I have my own little Christmas Eve tradition of watching Sister Act 2 and The Mighty Ducks 2.  Weird movies, I know, but I've been watching them for the past 16 years.  Since we have Evelyn I'm afraid I'm going to have to break the tradition somewhat (still watching them but maybe not Christmas Eve night) and incorporate actual Christmas movies.  

Have a good week and be sure to spread cheer!

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