Now, having said all of that - I kind of started to get into UK basketball here at the end of the season. It all started when I went to the gym with Kennedy and left Avery here napping during the Vanderbilt v UK game so Tim could have the TV all to himself. Well, don't you know ALL the TV's were tuned into the game, so I decided to watch because like I said - I like watching I just don't feel like I can anymore. Well, I got INTO that game y'all - so much so that I accidentally killed the treadmill 3 times by slapping the automatic shut off emergency stop button and then I walked completely off the back of it at one point too. So funny! Pretty much since that game, I've tried to watch when I can and this past weekend Tim even had Avery in on it (not sure where this onesie came from ;)
So, UK just won their 8th National Championship and it's been a 24/7 sea of blue since then and the passion has been palpable. I still can't say I "get it", but I can say I get it a little more.
This past weekend we had some visitors - COUSINS! The girls had their spring break and so Catina decided to come and see us for part of it - we (especially Kennedy) were so excited! We had a great time - we went to Orange Leaf, ate out at Red Robin, went to see The Lorax and did a little shopping. Mostly we just let the girls play and play they did! I wish I had a picture of them sleeping three wide in Kennedy's bed, but I didn't manage to snap that. I did, however get a group picture before church and their departure on Sunday. We are so thankful they came to visit!
This past Sunday was Palm Sunday and after church there was an Easter Egg hunt and mini-festival but the weather had other plans. After sermon we all walked as a congregation (Palm Branches in hand) down to the local park where the egg hunt and festival were set to be had:
Once we got to the park,the children's director hurried to get the egg hunt started as another line of storms was upon us. Kennedy ran off with Daddy to participate in the egg hunt and I parked Avery near her buddies Eden and Rhett (who obviously wasn't impressed with the girlie sandwhich). It clearly became somewhat of a stroller hub.
This is my pastors daughter Eden Joy. Her name is so perfectly fitting because she is SUCH A JOY! As you can see - she was dressed in her UK attire:
The egg hunter and her loot - covered in rain and grass but candy filled nonetheless:
Avery enjoyed her palm branch so much she hung onto it during the egg hunt and the entire walk back to the church as the rain started coming back upon us.