Our vehicles have given us many financial issues the last month 'n a half and we are praying they hold out much longer and we don't have to keep shelling out money we don't have in order for them to run smoothly.
I broke my toe a week before my little sis's wedding, but it seems to be finally healing despite the multiple times it's been stepped on by chunky Maddie and bumped by other clumsy people. (o: Andrew has had the flu, Brian's allergies have flared, Maddie's fallen and bruised her face twice and scraped off a good portion of her thumb. And, Chloe, well, she's had a bad case of the crabbys! With all that said, we are better today and excited to see what the Lord has for us next week!
We had a marvelous time at Emily's wedding in Wisconsin. It was a short trip, but jam packed with tons of stuff. I enjoyed helping my mom quite a bit with decorations and some food. I did enjoy dipping 550 strawberries for the reception. Wish we could have visited longer, but with Brian's job and minimal hours as it is we needed to get back Monday. Andrew has school too, and, of course, mommy had another wedding to cater yesterday. So, amidst the whirlwind of the trip I had another wedding and all the plans that come with it running through my head.
I am so thankful for the grace and strength God gives on a day to day basis. I felt the least amount of stress for this wedding than any of the others I've done. It was gorgeous and things all turned out super well. I can only give God the glory for it, because I tried three new recipes---2 being completely adapted and they were my favorites. Despite have major outlet issues and ending up needing a generator the morning of the wedding it ran very smoothly! When my computer stops freezing up maybe I can upload a few more pics. Have a blessed day in the Lord's house tomorrow!