Monday, December 17, 2012

Weekend Update

Friday night we drove around and looked at all the pretty lights in town and then had a relaxing evening at home aftewards.

Saturday morning, we participated in the Jingle Jog in Lincoln with some family! It was pretty nice out and it was fun to get together.

My cousin's 7 day old baby lamb, Bartlebee, was the star of the morning! Isn't he so cute?

After the run, we went to my aunt and uncle's house and made 800 cream cheese wedding mints for my cousin's wedding in a couple weeks! We had a fun afternoon of mint-making.

I don't have any pictures, but on Saturday night my friend, who dates my cousin, had a Christmas party! We had a blast and got to see a lot of friends!

On Sunday morning, my dad and I ran in the Ugly Sweater Run in Omaha. It was pretty chilly, but we had fun and it was entertaining to see everyone's attire! Next year, we need to plan further ahead to find some really ugly sweaters!

After the run, Ryan and I finished some Christmas shopping and then came home for a lazy afternoon and some laundry.

I was finally home to make supper Sunday night, biscuits and gravy! 

And finally, our Christmas tree is decorated! Yeah for Christmas being a little over a week away! I have a lot of wrapping to do this week. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! 

We continue to keep these families in our prayers as they go through this very tough time.


  1. what a nice weekend! so holiday filled I love it!!

  2. that lamb may be the cutest thing i've ever seen!
    {saying hey from the link up}

  3. Cream cheese wedding mints? Interesting! STL had a jingle jog of some sort this year, eventually I'll do some of these fun runs :)

  4. Love the jingle jog! Wiemann said we should do it next year...and I said what if I'm preggo?! ;)

  5. your cousin has a baby lamb?? that might be the cooelst thing ever! we have a jingle jog (or something similar) in orlando, fl!

  6. Aw looks like a festive weekend!!


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