Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Week 21

I blame the late post on traveling and on my computer being incredibly uncooperative once I got home.
May 24: Family portrait
May 25: We had an awesome double rainbow this morning. I pulled off onto a side street on my way to work to get a picture of it with my phone. It was a beautiful way to start the day.
May 26: I made fajita chicken for dinner. The limes I bought were total duds - a drop of juice per lime. I had to make a return trip to the store to get this lime juice in order to marinate the chicken.
May 27: The Thursday night life group wrapped up a study on "Crazy Love" by Francis Chan tonight. It was a great study & an awesome book. I am still chewing on a lot of what we discussed.
May 28: Atlanta baby! I flew to Atlanta for a reunion with a group of college friends for the weekend. We hadn't all been together in 5 years. We rented this ridiculous fabulous house in Buckhead. It worked out fantasticly. We had 14 adults and 9 kids running around it's 3 stories. We spent a lot of time hanging out and catching up.
It also happened to be Sheri's birthday (my roommate sophomore year). There was copious amounts of fabulous food over the weekend - all planned & orchestrated by Amy.
May 29: The Georgia Aquarium was today's activity.
There was a touching tank with sting rays and baby sharks.
The penguin exhibit had a part you could crawl through and then pop up in the center of the exhibit.
Jelly fish. I love the aquarium setting on my camera.
A lot of the kids in our group were fascinated by the feeding time in the touching pool.
May 30: The World of Coca-Cola was on the dock today. My Grandpa Marshall used to be a Coca-Cola distributor, so I was looking forward to seeing it.
One of the coolest things in the museum for me were Olympic torches. Coke is a big sponsor of the Olympic games.
Some of the many decorated Coke bottles.
We managed to capture a picture of the adults (minus Chrissy & Steve). Couch: Dan & Amy, me, Sheri & Mark, Standing: Jennifer & Robin, Travis, Elizabeth & Steve, Scott & Terisa. It was a fantastic weekend catching up & hanging out. We decided 5 years is too long to wait to do it again. I'd explain how we all met & who was roommates with who when, but it'd leave you confused. It just reminded me that God is faithful and my college experience was exactly what I needed it to be with some great friends.

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