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Tuesday in Waco

August 15, 2007
Filed under: Baby Kenton, Blog — emkenton @ 10:43 am

Yesterday, Sheils and I left early to head to Waco for the day.  We made our first stop at the home of my Baylor friend, Heather, to visit with her and her 2 1/2 year old daughter, Emily.   Heather and I had a wonderful time catching up on all the scoop while Sheils went into full Grammie mode with Emily.  We were on the couch chatting when all of a sudden, we realized that Sheils and Emily had crawled under the coffee table and were singing “Baa Baa Black Sheep.”  Emily actually decided to call her “Julia” but whatever the name, it was clear that Sheils was her new BFF.

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The 4 of us then went to the famed Buzzard Billy’s Armadillo Bar and Grillo for lunch.  Although most people choose to have fancy or formal rehearsal dinners, Seth and I had ours at Buzzard’s….and it was fabulous!!   We had to stop by for some tasty treats and some good Texas atmosphere!

We then went on to visit another dear friend, Kelly, whom I actually have known since preschool in Houston and then spent Baylor years together, too.  It was great to meet her baby, Darcy, and catch up with them!

After buying some new Baylor gear and getting my third Sonic slushie of the week, we hit the road to Fort Worth to visit Carolyn, a friend from Corning who moved to Texas right when we moved to Maryland!  So in the span of one day, we visited a Houston friend, a Corning friend, and a Baylor friend.  All the stages of my life!

Now we’re off to my mom’s fave place for lunch and then to track down a store that Lindsay told me about called “A Tiny Hiney”!!!   :-)

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