Adam and I just got back from a week in Haiti with some adults and students from our church. It is good to be home and I am so thankful for our time there. It was a hard week but I'm glad I was able to witness the Lord at work there. Eventually there will be a blog about it all with photos on here but in the meantime you can catch up on what all we did here. I blogged almost everyday for our church blog and it really paints a picture and gives lots of detail to what all we did there.
But first I gots lots a catchin up to do on here. When we got back from our travels 10 days of Real Food kind of took over and I didn't get to catch up before we were heading to Haiti. And let's be real here I don't love reading about valentines day on peoples blog when it's christmas time BUT again thisismyblogandi'llblogwhatiwanttoo and I'm sure they're doing the same thing I am... I love having these posts to look back on and I want to document it so feel free to skip if you're SO over the 4th of July :)
We headed down to ATL where a lot of Adam's family lives so the guys could all run the Peachtree Road Race on the fourth of July. First stop upon entering ATL was no other than the Varsity
We headed to our hotel after that in Buckhead since it was already later in the evening and Adam wanted to get a good nights rest. One of Adam's friends Marshall said this picture looks liked he had been raptured! ha!
After the race was over we had to walk all the way back up and down hills to the subway again it was not fun. We were hot, tired, muddy, and hungry. I think we almost killed my poor sister-in-law who was like 13/14 weeks pregnant at the time. We got back to the hotel only to find that every single person in the hotel was taking a shower at the same time and there was no hot water so all the runners had to take cold showers.
We checked out and headed to Adam's grandfather's house for 4th of July celebrations and it started downpouring.
The next day we went to the Georgia Aquarium with everybody else apparently.
We had a great time and they're already talking about running again next year!