Speaking of family....

October 11, 2011 - Posted by Queen&King Lear at 8:10 AM
We had a busy September...lots of visitors!

Labor day weekend - Aunt Deb came to visit from St. Louis. We had bunches of fun. Girl time, relaxing, shoppin' a little, eatin' a lot, (and by a lot, I mean its highly probable that I never went a minute without chewing something) and I took her to see Shakespeare in the park! (I think I had mentioned this before, but Michael met one of the actors from the show at church the day after we had gone on our stay-cation... and I met him at Starbucks! He happily served me my chai latte-extra chai) 

Weekend of my b-day [SEPT 19] - My parents, sister and her man came to visit from St. Louis. Not to mention the adorable face of my nephew, Warner. I had sidewalk chalk, glow stick bracelets, sparklers, and the Oklahoma State Fair waiting for him. We had such a great time! On Sunday I had to go to a meeting at work, and I was gone about 2 hours, and when I came home I was greeted with pink balloons ALL over my living room floor, a princess pinata, a birthday cake, presents, and a lovely dinner! (birthdays are a big deal at the Burns & Leary houses) SURPRISE!!! Twas awesome. What was NOT awesome was that my memory card got fried and I lost almost all pics from the weekend. At least I have some on Michael's phone :(


On Monday night (my actual birthday) We went to the Sanctus Real Concert at the Fair! I was surprised with friends and funnel cake complete with candles! :) It read 21.4 (each year after 21 is an anniversary of my 21st. hehe) Such a great time with friend-zies! 

Last weekend / 1st days of October - In-Laws came to visit from OHIO! They drove, which is quite a feat, and brought me my end tables (that I bought for dirt cheap at an auction there in March) They will go perfectly in the guest room, I will be posting a picture for inspiration soon. :) We did some shopping, ate lots o'food, explored downtown, and showed them around other parts of OKC! Such a great time with the in-laws. I'm looking forward to seeing them again in a few weeks for Michael's sisters wedding!

I love September. Its not hot, its got my birthday, and of course I have always loved the first day of school. Maybe its the smell of pencil shavings or new friends, (not the smell of new friends, but HAVING the potential of new friends) new tennishoes, or jackets.... I'm not sure. But I love it. I cant wait til my future kiddos have a school supply list and I get to buy notebooks and binders and pencil boxes.

Signed, busy busy bees.