This past week-end we were blessed to attend the Selah/ Avalon concert at our children's church! Selah, especially, has been one of our favorite singing groups of all times. To say they are talented, gifted singers is indeed an understatement!
Our daughter, Kelly, and Angie, wife of the lead singer of Selah, Todd Smith,have been exchanging notes with each other for almost a year and finally got to meet at the concert! Angie gave Harper two little dresses that she made for her (of course with her name embroidered on them)! How sweet! Angie has three beautiful little girls and it was a pleasure to meet them.
Of course, the main attraction for our week-end was this little girl!! Martin Farquhar Tupper , back in the 1800's, said, "A babe in the house is a well-spring of pleasure." That is exactly how we feel!
I think Poppa is happier than I've ever seen him before!! He adores Harper! His eyes practically light up at the mention of her name!
We took Miss Harper out for lunch. She was a good-eater and love to be out!
Is there anything sweeter than a baby in the bathtub? The smell of a clean baby alone is worth a million dollars!!
I got a lot of snuggle time in with her too! It was my greatest pleasure to hold her, rock her, sing to her and give her a thousand kisses! I hope she won't wear out before I do!!
Saturday morning before we went to the 11:00 Razorback game, we decided to have a "brunch" breakfast and not our usual quick coffee, bisquit and run-to-wherever breakfast!
I needed a doggy bag before I ever got started! But it was delicious!
Our friends, Cathey and Bo from Pine Bluff are always at the game in the parking lot tailgating!
I told Steve as we left Cathey and Bo that he could have left me in the parking lot talking to Cathey,then come back after the game to pick me up and we would have still been talking!!
They had something at half time that I had never witness before: They brought out a grand piano and put it in the middle of the field!
A man played "Stars and Stripes Forever" and it was great! But they barely got the piano off the field before the teams returned. I bet those guys wondered what-in-the-world was going on! Are we at Carnegie Hall or Razorback stadium??