I thought I should give a little update on Annabeth. Her hives are fading, but they're still around. Her sweet little ears and head have gone back to normal, thank God. This morning she had a new red spot above one eye. They don't seem to bother her and her mood has been normal, so that's great. I'm keeping her on Benadryl for the time being.
Since I had to get rid of some food that might have caused this (but probably didn't), I've had nothing left to feed her today except for cereal and prunes. Awesome, right? We usually only use the prunes to balance out the bananas. You know I was desperate if I was feeding her that. We're about to pick up The Mister and the kids are going to have to join me at the grocery store. Woo hoo! (It's 3:15 and I'm updating to say that Revenge of the Prunes occurred while we were out and derailed our grocery store trip.)
Tonight my hair lady is going to make me presentable. Curtis is preaching at First Irving this weekend and I cannot show up looking like I've been in jail and unable to access my hair colorist for the last year.
We're super pumped to see our First Irving friends. A lot of them will be gone on a mission trip, so that's a bummer, but we're really looking forward to the reunion. Another very exciting detail of our weekend is that we're going to the State Fair. Do you know what they have at the State Fair? FLETCHER'S CORNY DOGS. I cannot properly convey my excitement. It nearly killed me to miss the fair and the corny dogs last year. But I'm a survivor. And I survived to have a Fletcher's corny dog in 2009. Last night I was looking at our pictures from the last time we went to the fair. I couldn't believe what a baby Jackson still was. Oh my goodness. You can see our pictures here and here.
In September of 2007 we got to see Boys II Men at the fair and this time En Vogue will be playing. I'm very excited. Nineties R&B, corny dogs, initiating my baby daughter into an important Texas tradition, and visiting a church so dear to our hearts. What more could a person want?