April 22, 2012

Sunshine Sunday - Snap, my boys, and normal life

This week was crazy, but good.  I was at the Snap Conference this weekend which was put together really well.  Those ladies must have worked SO hard to get it all together.  Being at a conference like that really pushed me out of my comfort zone - which is great.  I met lots of amazing ladies.  (More on Snap tomorrow.)


And after three days of taking my boys to different family members during the day, I really missed them.  It made me appreciate them more.


Now I just need to catch up on the laundry and normal life.....which really is good stuff.


Thank you for reading my blog.

10 comments:

Unknown said...

I love reading your blog. Thank you for having one!

Angela said...

Excited to hear more about SNAP. It sounds great!

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad you came! I only got to meet you for a second, but I'm glad I did :) -Cyndi www.cyndimarie.com

Kristin @ TheVocalSokol.com said...

Your boys are adorable as is the rest of your blog.I started to get homesick for my girls by the end too. I am so glad you came to SNAP. Your class was one of the most useful and memorable for me as a new-ish blogger. Your album is fantastic i've really enjoyed listening to it. I love the photo of all the cards you collected. I totally see my card there! So exciting!

MissE said...

I love your U magnets on your dryer! I think that just made me love your blog about 5 times more than I already did :).

~ko said...

Cant wait to read more about Snap tomorrow! Your boys in the washer and dryer are too cute! Oh. my. word!

The Elephant of Surprise said...

Cheri, it was so great to meet you at SNAP! I see my card in your pile, too! Thanks for sharing so much valuable info with us newbies. I just love your blog--you are as genuine on here as you seem in real life. Looking forward to the rest of the recap!

Kellie said...

I love reading your blog! Have been following you for quite awhile and am so encouraged and inspired by you.

Jeanne said...

Hey, cool dryer stickers! I used to not take sides in the Holy War, but since my husband became a U alum we side with the red at our house (but not belittle the blue- because I don't like bad sportsmanship!)

The Miller Five said...

Your boys getting washed and dried is so cute! LOVE reading your blog.

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