The husband and I road tripped to Hattiesburg, MS.
As you might know, we have family that lives there. This trip was special because this beautiful girl was taking her first communion.
Trixie helped her dad barbecue for Memorial Day weekend.
We had friends over to enjoy all the delicious food.
It was a great time.
The next weekend Dave and Rachel got married.
You might remember them from David and Aerin's wedding post, that's where I got this great picture of the happy couple.
My sister and nieces came to visit. I love seeing them as often as possible, so I always love when they come visit. We had lots of fun that included a trip to the Downtown Aquarium.
I hadn't been to the aquarium in a long time and I had never been on the train that takes you through the shark tank.
Definitely a very cool perspective.
I also didn't know there was a white tiger at the aquarium. Seemed a little out of place to me, but what a gorgeous animal.
I was happy to see her, but at the same time I felt a little sad for her. The more I work with animal rescue the more I think about animal rights and welfare. I thought she looked a little sad and lonely hanging out with everyone looking at her. I am sure she is well taken care of, I just can't get over the feeling that a wild animal in captivity isn't happy.
This fiber glass version of her seemed just fine.
Chelsie was the only one on board with acting scared. I love her scared face.
Around the house there has been lots of snuggling,
a little photo-bombing,
and lots of playing.
Sammy and Bauer are completely in love. We couldn't be happier with having Bauer home with us. I can't imagine not having him here. He's dear.
I have been busy at home as well. I have some new chairs and this awesome print from Sammy and Bauer's session with Mary Pasicatan Photography.
I have some little projects to share...
...and some big ones.
I am looking forward to sharing it all with you soon!