You will not be missed. I know it's Leap Day tomorrow, so I'll probably crawl in a hole until it's over. This month has been super busy, I've felt like I could hardly breath at times. So I'll just show some pictures of some things we've been up to that I actually took pictures of. I don't have any pics from Valentine's Day, but Brady did, so you'll have to go over to his blog to see what we did.
|Ollie's cousins were in town. Since Ollie is walking this time, he had a lot of fun running around with them. (Rafe, Brady and Ollie)|
|My boys with Skye|
|Ollie in his red bow tie for the wedding.|
|Riley and Susan got married!|
|I finished my first drawing since before I got married. Sad huh. And I'm a little rusty.|
|My cousin Whitney got married to Tony. And it was fun to see all my Buckley family.|
|Brady and I at Whitney's reception|
|We took a trip to the library. Oliver fit perfectly in those little chairs.|
|We walked around Bass Pro Shop and Ollie tried out a camping chair. It was pretty cute.|
We watched the Oscars, of course. We were pretty excited to see The Artist win best picture. Brady and I loved that movie so much. We were completely giddy when we saw it. I love that The Artist was made and that it worked so well in this day and age. Other wins I loved was Bret Mckenzie winning for Best Original Song, and Midnight in Paris winning the Best Original Screenplay. I believe Midnight in Paris was made for me, it was funny, very well written, took place in Paris, and the 1920's (my favorite decade). I watched it twice while we had it from Netflix.
I guessed 18 of 24 winners correctly. I got all of the short film categories right, don't ask how. But Meryl Streep and Jean Dujardin threw me off my game.