This was a fun dance to do with Brielle Bear. I hope you can see how much fun we have with her little urn bear and enjoy these sweet videos. I’ve enjoyed celebrating Brielle with you all today and hope that you all have a wonderful weekend and that Brielle has blessed you all.
We took this video a long time ago and when David and I are feeling down we grab Brielle Bear, throw her arms in the air and sing, “Yeah!” I was struggling a little with this song, it’s hard to disco dance with an urn bear. 🙂 Also, I’m hiding because I’m still in my pajamas.
One of my favorite things to do with Brielle Bear is to animate her dancing. It’s so much fun, and can be surprisingly difficult. Her bear body kind of…lacks coordination. This is our favorite video of her dancing, but I have two more coming today! David’s favorite part is her face at the end. 🙂
Please pray for us today. We’re about to meet with someone and need prayers.
I plan on updating today or tomorrow. We’ve been very busy with family matters (not to mention tired) and I haven’t had a chance to update everyone on what we’ve been doing.
I will say sweet Brielle was dancing her little booty off to Magic Bus by The Who this morning.
Wednesday Dennis G. had a layover in Atlanta and came out to see me and Brielle. We had lunch at The Marietta Diner (very tasty!) and caught up on things going on back home in Texas. It was so great to see him. The last few times I’ve been in Texas I either haven’t seen him or I’ve only seen him for a couple of minutes, so it was very good to see him again. For those that don’t know, Dennis and Rene have been a part of my life for the past twenty years. I grew up with them and their boys and they feel more like family than family friends. Scott and I grew up playing in the New Mexico Rockies and beating each other up back home. Him and Robert were the brothers I never had and I love their family dearly. David is also extremely fond of Robert as well, Robert is a computer nerd just like David. David always says, “Oh, I like Robert, he’s a cool dude.” I guess that’s guy talk for he likes him?
Wednesday was also Mexico Independence Day. Again, for those that don’t know, I am a born and raised Texan and I took my fair share of Texas history. It grieves me that my children will not be Texans, really, it pains me. So, I’ve decided if they can’t be born Texan they can at least be raised Texan. Since Mexico’s independence from Spain is a big part of Texas’s own history I decided that I should educate David and Brielle about this day.
We went to Pappasito’s, which is about the only place in Atlanta with homemade tortillas, so of course we went there for dinner. Brielle loved her fajitas and onions! And she really liked the mariachi band too! She had a lot of fun and wiggled around quite a bit. When we came home, I read them the story of Father Hidalgo and we discussed Mexico’s independence from Spain. David was sad that Father Hidalgo’s life didn’t end well, he was surprised by that. Such is war and revolution. Overall, I think Brielle had a great day today! Even if it ended with the story of a man dying.