Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Super Proud!

This past week my husband found out he passed the last of his five licensure exams-
super proud!
So now, Joshua is Registered after three years worth of tests and a couple thousand dollars worth of testing fees {I just have to mention that now he owes the American Association of Landscape Architects $50 for his official stamp. Seriously?} We are super fantastic excited.  Proud Wifey.
Of course we celebrated, at Sono

...sorry before I took the picture, I ate some*

* Forrest Gump

It was el delicious.  For those of you who dont habla espanol, el nino is spanish for: the nino
We try to celebrate Josh with steak at the Angus Barn but since we already did that this year {as opposed to every weekend, which i would not complain about if that was in fact, our reality ;o)} I was sure to order oscar style sushi, topped with rare certified angus beef. do not get it twisted. or overcook my cow.

Naow.  Did you know about this Oak City 7 ?!? Me EITHER.

How festive is this?! We were in the neighborhood. Obvs. So we did a little pickin' and grinnin' with our new favorite self proclaimed appalachian rock band, Big Daddy Love


 Lookaht that high kick...

I didn't do so well capturing the band's following as I would've liked.  A lot of self taught cloggers and tevas {ie no rhythm having white people}.  But it was fabbie fab with a lot of positive energy and good times, plus you ought know i cant resist some cute little hillbilly babies*** up past bedtime

***Obviously I'm joking.  Obviously this child is not a hillbilly.  He is wearing shoes.  Obviously.

ANYWHO.  they were too-la-git to quit because they had a great bassist, and even better banjo {even though someone ought to let them know: if you're going to play in Texas, you gotta have a fiddle in the band}
Plus Oak City 7 made sure to have plenty of Got to be NC vendors present,

which you know i love.
and you know i also love...

But if you don't know, now you know.

And then somehow to the nother this ended up coming home with me.

Mazel Tov!

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