Friday morning while Derrick was in the shower, I was in the laundry room. There was a leak from the upstairs shower! So, Saturday we got everything pulled out of the laundry room and found the problem. Lucky for us, it was nothing a little bit of caulk can't fix. Since we had everything out, we decided to redo our laundry room. For those that have seen our house, you know the lime green walls just had to go.
Anyhow, we are about halfway done and will finish it next weekend. It already looks a million times better and I am so excited to see the finished product! I will post pictures when it is done.
I never realized how much we use the computer. On Friday, our cord stopped working that charges our laptop. It is seriously such a pain to go without a computer and I don't know how you can live without them. I guess my biggest thing is that as a photographer, I had tons of pictures that I still need to edit and the ones I am doing for my cousin take about an hour to change four pictures. I am changing them to sepia, B&W and an aged finish along with formatting the original to an 8x10 and adding my logo. If we had the money I would get a faster computer but for the time being, this will serve my purpose.
After a much needed break, Derrick is going back to get his bachelor's degree. He got accepted to Weber and will start back in the fall. It will be a hard transition not to be with him as much as I would like but I know that we will benefit from it in the long run. Congratulations babe!
Last week, it snowed. This week, we have had the most beautiful weather! It has been perfect. Blue, blue skies, 80 degrees, blossoms all over, flowers, all the things I love about spring. Tomorrow and thru the weekend... 50's, rain and snow possible on the benches! Can't it just stay nice???
I love this picture of Olivia!!! Even with her dinner all over she is the cutest thing ever! Look at how big and beautiful her eyes are! Her parents are going to be in trouble when she's a teenager!!! :)
Our baby girl is going to have her daddy wrapped around her little finger from day one and what a lucky girl she will be. Our sweet little neices make him melt. He hopes and wishes for a little girl of his own.