Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Week in Pictures!

I spent the past week in Nebraska with my wonderful fian cé! We had a very full week planned, with a wedding, Old Threshers, lots of driving and spending time with family! I flew into the Branson Airport on Thursday and Andrew picked me up. As soon as he picked me up we drove up to Nebraska. We spent the first couple days in Seward with my Grandparents, and in Omaha for the wedding of some friends.

Yes, this is the beautiful place where he proposed to me! Not only do I have many wonderful childhood memories here, I now have the memory of the happiest moment of my life! :)

After the wedding Saturday, we stayed in Omaha. Sunday morning we left VERY early (5:30am) and drove over to Mt. Pleasant, IA for Old Threshers! Josiah, Abi, Dan and Bethany decided they were going to fly over and surprise the family. So Andrew and I drove over and picked them up at the airport in Mt. Pleasant, and then the 6 of us drove to where the family was for Church and surprised them! It was so fun! :)

The concert Sunday afternoon was so much fun! Since the whole family was together, the concert turned into a reunion concert. It was so fun to watch. You could just see the joy on everyones faces!

The boys did dueling banjos.

My handsome man! ♥

I think my favorite part of the concert was when they brought Bethany up on sang "Praise God."

 Alaythia truly is Bethany's 'twin!' She can sing it just as fast!

So happy! :)

I enjoyed getting to spend time with Bethany! It was wonderful to see her again!

Wednesday night, the family put on a concert with the Kingery family from Minnesota in Seward. It was a fun-filled night, full of great music! After the concert, we played some late night volleyball with friends in the back yard. It was so fun! I love volleyball! :)

The Kingery Family

It was a wonderful week. And I came home with so many memories and even more sure of the fact that I am marrying into the greatest family! :)

"Praise the Lord. Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good;
his love endures forever."
Psalm 106:1


Erin said...

Great post Kori! It sounds like a fun time :)

Anonymous said...

Do you know if the Kingery family has a blog?