Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Hello again

You know, it's a shame I can't keep this blog updated like I used to when I first started it... this whole "being an adult" thing is highly overrated at times. I've missed everyone and since I have a few minutes, let me try to catch up with everything:

Brad and I celebrated our three-year anniversary on August 11 (I know, I can't believe it either), which was simply wonderful. He gave a the most beautiful diamond cross that I almost never take off and we enjoyed our reservation at Bentley's on 27, overlooking uptown Charlotte. The brother-in-law of Brad's friend/co-worker (did you follow all that? LOL) is the head chef at Bentley's and made the evening extra special with a personal appearance - what a fantasic time!

The week following, the University of South Carolina began formal recruitment and Beta Delta (for all you non-Greeks, that's the chapter I was initiated) did not disappoint! Over 90 women accepted bids from Delta Zeta and I couldn't be happier for them. :)

At the end of August, Brad and I celebrated the anticipated arrival of Charlie Morton, the first baby of our good friends Chris and Paige. The Stoehrs, Mortons, Hams & Richards definitely know how to have a great time and we can't wait for this little dude's debut.

Sheri, Chris, Paige (& Charlie!) Wade, Page, Ben, Leslie, Brad

We can never get our fill of celebrations and Labor Day weekend proved just that as we celebrated with baby shower for my sister-in-law Molly! We had a great time with family and friends as we all get set to welcome Molly Kathryn Moyer with lots of Derry/Stoehr/Moyer love! Out of all the pictures I took that day, this is one of my favorites:

"Mommy's Sippy Cup" :)

Carolina football has resumed and we pulled out a BIG win over Georgia this past weekend. Marcus Lattimore single-handedly ran all over UGA and was recognized as SEC Player of the Week. Hope we can keep this momentum up... GO GAMECOCKS!!!

Lastly, this weekend marked the ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. I'm not sure why this year was especially hard but I hope each of us can keep those affected by this terrible tragedy in our hearts every day, not just on this somber occasion.

God bless America.

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