August 26, 2008

Date Night

Saturday was a great day. Me and Tim took some time and had a date night. We have not had one of those in a long while. Well, other than the other night when Sarah and Andy was so sweet to watch the kids just so we could have a short break. The older they get, what a hand full they are.

Saturday started with us dropping us with the darling Donna Momma. The kids were so excited. Serenity has been begging to stay the night at grandma and grandpa's. She even took her piano so that she could show grandpa what she learned.

Second, we went to have lunch and get the gift for the wedding that we would be attending later in the evening. We had lunch at PF Changs. He was sooooo good. It was nice to be able to carry a conversation with Tim without having to stop and yell at the kids for throwing food or spitting spit balls at each other.

From there we went to a birthday party for our friend Chrissy that we have not seen in a long time. The last time that we saw them was for their baby's first birthday. He is 19 months now. She was turning 30 so they had a big BBQ for her at their house. They had a Jupiter Jump for the kids and 5 foot long sub sandwiches. He was great to reconnect with some of those friends that we have not seen in a long time.

We then went back home to change for a wedding for a friend that Tim works with. It was at Skelly Lodge in Inola, OK. The place was beautiful! The wedding on the other hand. OMG! I have never been to bad wedding, until now. You could tell the bride did not want to get to married. She did NOT do her hair, her makeup, none of the bridesmaids were done up. She did not have any emotion what so ever. After the wedding was over, they had to keep go getting her to make her participate in her own wedding traditions. Things like cutting the cake (she would disappear), first dance (she would disappear), toasts (she would disappear). It was a very uncomfortable wedding.

The view

So we ended up going about 1030 with a few guys that he works with to a bar in Tulsa. It was called the Tin Dog. It was literally a hole in the wall. If you didn't know it was there you would never be able to find it. It was a lot of fun hanging out with them and getting to know them better. (From what I remember)

This is Thad

We ended the night at the Village Inn at about 2:00 down the street from the bar. The guys he works with kept calling it the Village Idiot. I love going to breakfast places like that early in the a.m. because you get to watch all the drunk people come in trying to sober up. It makes for great stories, but that is another blog.

This is Tim's boss Chance his wife Lori (in yellow and black)
That is Dre and Stevie in the back

This is Sam and his girlfriend

1 comment:

  1. Is she pregnant? Why was she getting married if she didn't want to?