Sunday, May 15, 2011

Also. . .

Today I found this. . . and the rest of my wedding videos. Soo wonderful. Thanks Dane Ingram!

Ringing Rocks

Last weekend Zach and I visit this awesome place called Ringing Rock Park. ---Which is where we found this little wormy guy.--- The park is about an hour away from Princeton, actually right around where Zach did his internship. Zach was eager for me to see the area so we finally made the trip. It was a wonderful day. We took out time exploring French Town, River Rock Park, and driving up and down the Delaware River.

The park is basically a dried up riverbed of all of these rocks. When you hit the rocks with a hammer----the hammer that you bring with you on your trip----they sounds like bells! It's pretty cool. Zach loved it. . . .I just sat there watching walk further and further out hitting rocks as he went. So happy the whole time.

That evening we headed back to Princeton and enjoyed delicious Mehek Indian food while watching a movie. A wonderful day and a wonderful night. I love my hubsband.

Miss you and love you all.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Crafty Poker Time

This weekend was beautiful and relaxing. Friday night Zach planned a date night in. He made a steak dinner complete with dessert. So yummy. While we enjoyed dinner we watched How Do You Know. Pretty cute movie. Not crazy good. Saturday morning we headed to Cranbury for their town wide garage sale. Zach got a Steven King book and I sadly found nothing. After exploring the garage sales we headed to Teddys for lunch. So yummy. We also went by the Book Worm in search of a very key item for my afternoon art project and some more Wheel Of Time books for Zach. Once we got home it was crafty time! We needed to get Zach a Kindle case before something horrible happened to it but they are all so stupidly expensive so I decided to make one! I found different ideas online but ultimately my hodge-podge mixture/experiment worked out quite nicely. Here's the How To:

So fun and so easy! Saturday night our friends came over for another poker night. We still didn't bet money. I am pretty sure we decided the next time we play there will be at least a $5 buy in.

This weeks Poka Faces:

Sunday was a wonderful way to end the weekend. I went back to Westerly Road Church again with the Hedges. The pastor spoke on 1 Corinthians and its importance--setting the tone for the next few weeks. I think I am really going to enjoy this series. I made lunch and sat on the couch an appropriate Sunday amount. Enjoyed dinner with Zach. Then went on a three mile walk while the whole time talking to one of my best friends in the whole wide world the whole time. Miss Dani-Pants Mitchell. Soooo wonderful.

Miss you and love you all.

Once again thanks to Rae for most of the poker pictures. Best camera ever.