As I said in my last post, after the Culpeper triathlon, I had to race to prepare for my friend Conor's wedding. A guy at the race overheard me saying I had a wedding to attend that night and was all sympathetic. This was no hardship on me though, Eric and I LOVE weddings. I've been looking forward to August 4th for a long time - a triathlon and wedding was a pretty perfect Saturday in my book.
|We couldn't seem to get any good pics of the bride and groom|
For those who asked, my dress came from the same place nearly all my clothes, and most of my household items come from: Ross Dress for Less. It was a $14.99 steal. Now I can not only switch from teaching to graphic design, but from running blogging to fashion blogging.
I'm pretty depressed about going back to a full time job next week, but the good news is I get to work with these awesome people.
|Teachers in the house!|
I was a little worried about coaching my 5K group in the morning, because the reception went until 12:30, and my plan of not imbibing too much didn't exactly pan out. Luckily, we were staying just a few floors above the reception, so I was asleep around 12:34. I felt fine after some coffee in the morning, and did a mile warm up on my own (that didn't feel fine, actually my legs felt horrible) and 2.3 miles of walk/running with my group. The main problem I experienced was impatience - the second the group ended I was leaving to drive to Rochester, NY to FINALLY meet my new nephew, Harrison!
|There is just no way you've seen a more perfect baby|
|He's so tiny his little red hat won't even stay on!|
He was in a milk coma, so we snuck in some sister bonding time as well.
Now he is home with his mommy and daddy and all are doing well. Thanks so much for all the happy wishes! I have to go back to Baltimore tomorrow and just the thought of leaving is making my eyes well up.
Would you contribute to a charity fund to help me quit my job, move back in with my parents, and just hold my nephew all day?