Friday night on the way home from work, my mom called to see if I wanted to go to the fair. I saw the monkey show, the alligator show, and some bad band that nobody knew the songs. The monkey show was actually really cute and funny, and the alligator show was not. We didn't stay really long because we knew that we had to get up early and go to the Race for the Cure.
On Saturday morning, I got up at 5:00, which is an hour that I haven't seen in a while. :) My mom and I went to the survivor breakfast. We made it there, even though we couldn't find the survivor parking lot and I drove the WRONG WAY down a one way street.... The breakfast was nice and then we went to look around. My mom missed the survivor picture because the line for the bathroom was so freaking long. The walk was a success though. Almost 46,000 people participated, making us move up to the #3 largest race in the country. Woo-hoo! There were people everywhere. Here we are before the race started.
Sunday we went to church, and then to Tropical Smoothie (one of my favs!) for lunch. Sundays are kids eat free days, at least in our area. Woot! I especially hate to take her to new places when I am not sure if she will like it, so I am glad at least it was free. She is still too chicken to try a smoothie though. I just don't get it. :)
Then we went to Lily's 2nd birthday party. It was good fun, and my sister jumped in the bounce house for probably a solid hour until cake time, and then played in the sand box. All the adults where hiding in the shade. Why is it still hot out? I even ran the air conditioner yesterday. Arkansas weather is just crazy. Then Sunday night I had Bible study. It was kind of a scary one. We are going through Revelation with Beth Moore, and so far it is a good one.
Today is handbell practice. It is our last practice before we perform in 2 services at church on Sunday. I hope it goes well!!