Tuesday, May 01, 2007

A Poorly-Written Weekend Summary With Not Enough Pictures

Friday night, we saw Jon Stewart. He was funny. We stayed up too late.
Saturday morning I woke up early and went to worship team practice. Wait, I made rice krispy squares first, then went to practice. Then we went to Phil and Rachel's and spent an afternoon visiting with Justin and Meghan. And Rachel made tasty dinner.
Then we picked up coffee and went to the church for a coffee house. It was fun. Ali sang. She was great. We played some games, and chatted, and stayed up too late again.
ali guitar
Sunday morning was church. After church, I tried to squeeze in a nap, but I only managed to doze for about 5 minutes. I managed to make a tasty pasta salad, however. Then we went to the park and had a surprise party for Jill's birthday. We played frisbee and I fought with a franken-ghetto-kite for far longer than I should have. I love kites, but on a gusty day, there is sometimes nothing you can do. Sunday night, we had a nice evening in with Erin and Brian at the house.
After work on Monday, we drove straight to the hospital to meet the baby.
I was a little surprised to find out that the hospital had a separate parking lot for family members. That was nice.
mob parking
The baby was cute. I got to hold him. He smelled like baby.
Jule Ann and Jeremy with baby Trevor
trevor5hours
Then I went to bed. Then I went to work. And any minute now, I will be going to bed again. The older I get, the more it seems to take to recover from doing too much. Good thing I don't plan on getting any older.

6 comments:

jon said...

mob parking?

EarthenForge said...

Aww - I see a little bit of Wakeman in that face! The baby also appears to be a Wakeman - not just your husband. ;)

Kate said...

You saw Jon Stewart?! That's awesome. Next Thursday, after my last final of the semester, I am going with some friends to see Stephen Colbert. We're twins!

Anonymous said...

Awww...Aunt Julie. Very cute photo...

Dawn (christianlady)

susie said...

New babies are always so wonderful to be around. Especially if you aren't the one that will be up all night with them when they come home (just kidding....or am I ;)

jd said...

Congratulations to the new aunt and uncle (and parents and grandparents, too!)
He DOES look Wakeman!