Okay, one more flashback post and then I'm done with the catchup blogging, promise.
First of all, I must mention that I am so incredibly blessed to have had the same best friend since kindergarten. Wait, I take that back - first grade (we did not like each other much in kindergarten). I know how rare it is to have a friendship that spans an entire lifetime. We've had obstacles through the years that have threatened our friendship (not the least of which rooming together for 4 years of college), but I'm proud to say she is still my BFF. Of course, its hard to see each other - with Meg in TX, me in HI - but we manage to get together a couple of times a year somehow.
She has two boys of her own. William is 5 and Hudson is 3.
During our whirlwind Christmas mainland tour, Mom and I squeezed in a trip down to Ft. Worth to visit Meg and her family. What's another 10 hours in car with a two-year old and an infant, right? It's always worth it. We had a great time talking, baking, drinking coffee, eating Chick-fil-a, watching movies after the boys went to sleep, and watching our boys play (and fight like brothers).
|Keaton and Hudson (4 months apart)|
|Destined to be buddies. To Infinity and Beyond.|
|Riding a mechanical horse at the Ft Worth Science Museum. Hudson is clearly a very serious driver.|
|I'm pretty sure we asked them to yell "poop!" which explains the beautiful grins on all three boys faces.|
|William and Mark chilling together on the couch - must be a good show. This picture cracks me up for some reason.|
If you are interested, Meg wrote a whole blog several weeks ago about the history of our friendship here complete with plenty of embarrassing pictures of me. She's the best!
|And here's one of my favorite funny pics of you.|
Just cause I love ya.