Sunday, February 22, 2009

Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Reynolds!!

On Friday, February 13, 2009, Matt and Brianna tied the knot! It was a beautiful day and we couldn't be happier for them. Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds!! Here are a few pictures from the beautiful wedding. Becky and Brittany have more on their blogs from throughout the day. These are just a few I had on hand.

The beautiful, happy couple!!

My handsome hubby

Peli was bustin' out the hang loose sign all day!

I love this picture of Leslie and Lance

I look kinda scary here, but I was so happy to be with my Dallas that I had to post it!

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Texas vs. the Nation

On Saturday, the 31st of January, Dallas played in the college all-star bowl game Texas vs. the Nation. This is a game where all-star players affiliated with the state of Texas play against all- stars from around the nation. Because of his name, Dallas was selected to represent the Texas team! He left on Sunday, January 25 to El Paso, TX to begin preparing for the game. It was a busy and exciting week for him- lots of meetings, practices, and interviews. That Wednesday, Dallas' parents, his Grandma Ruth, and I all flew to El Paso to see him. On Thursday, Lance Jr. flew in as well! This was my first time to Texas and it was so much fun! El Paso is right on the border of Mexico. In fact, some parts of the freeway and some of the roads are pretty much all that separate Juarez, Mexico and El Paso! Saturday was the all-star game and it was fun watching players from all over the country come together and have the ability to play a game in less than one week. Dallas did a fantastic job and I am so proud of him! We all had a great time in El Paso supporting Dallas and enjoyed being able to spend some time with him. I love you, Dallas! Nice work!!

Here are a few pictures from the trip!

Here are two pictures taken from the car on the freeway looking into Mexico!

Here is Dallas in his Texas jersey... it was so weird to see him wearing RED!

My Texas sized portion of country fried steak! It was huge!

University of Texas El Paso stadium--where the game was played.

During warm-ups. Look for #65!

Running onto the field. You can't tell from these pictures, but there were 45,000 fans there! That is quite a few for one of these types of games!

Leaving the field.

Warming up some snaps (toward bottom)