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Date Night, and our new "Date"!

Last night's date proved to be...well...interesting. It deserves a post all of it's own...but let's just say it involved "boot's", deaf ears, and a bad case of the giggles.

To say I made (yet another) impression is an understatement!

Gosh...sometimes, I embarrass even myself. (Well, okay...I wasn't that bad!! At least I don't think...)

But, onto our Date of the Week!!

This week's Date is:


Since we moved hundreds of miles away from EVERYONE I needed somewhere to turn to make up for lost time and gossip with my gals, "My Happy Hour" was born in January of 2010. I'm still learning how to properly care for my new baby (blog) but it's always screaming to be feed by new followers and never lets me sleep! "My Happy hour" is what I won't talk to my husband about, so watch out!

Head on over to pay Brandy a visit, she has the most adorable "baby bump" video! And, tell her Mama sent you!

And now...I'm off to finish enjoying the rest of this gorgeous day! See ya tomorrow!


  1. Hi Mama M,
    I've been wanting to come over and make a comment about your Catholic post but I always seem to have my hands full and now I can't find it. Anyways, I can really relate to what you were saying. I am a little leary about confessing my affinity with the Catholic church among other Christians. Most of them assume I just don't know enough about "what the church teaches." One thing I've learned is that you can't learn about the Catholic church from a non-Catholic. I also find myself in an awkward situation because even though it would be my choice to be Catholic, it is not my husband's choice so we attend a Christian and Missionary Alliance Church together. I sort of feel out of place in both groups. Thankfully I have some very good friends on both sides so that's enough for me to feel supported.

    I've had people tell me that it was okay to attend Mass if my husband allowed it. Funny! One church service is enough of a challenge these days and I'm trusting God understands on this one.

    Blessing to you!


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