Tuesday, February 12, 2013

1st Cardinal Game

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Soccer Camp 2012

I was so thankful that Kaitlyn was able to get into the soccer camp this year. She had a blast.....it gave her a little more confidence in her athletic abilities. Kaitlyn is very shy for those of you reading this and not knowing that, she really is. She wants to continue playing soccer and has just recently started back with gymnastics (I am so excited to announce that she is taking from a person that coached me when I was in highschool). I'm thrilled, just thrilled....pictures to come!~

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Kaitlyn 7 & Conner 6 months

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Easter 2012

Monday, February 6, 2012

Conner Dallas Blachly

Conner Dallas Blachly

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Flask Section 106 UT Tailgaters

We have had so much fun this year tailgating with the UT Tailgaters. We have met some amazing people that hopefully will remain lifelong friends.

Littlefield Fountain

Dallas, Kaitlyn & I decided to go walk around last weekend downtown. We walked by Littlefield Fountain and Kaitlyn just had to get in and get her feet wet.

Here is the history behind the fountain:

Littlefield Fountain is a monument by Italian-born sculptor Pompeo Coppini, located on the main campus of The University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Texas.
The fountain was built with money from a $250,000 trust established by Major George W. Littlefield as a memorial for University of Texas students and alumni who died in The Great War, now commonly known as World War I.[1] It was unveiled in 1933, at a time when the Old Main Building was still in use.
The memorial fountain is enscribed in Latin with BREVIS A NATURA NOBIS VITA DATA EST AT MEMORIA BENE REDDITAE VITAE SEMPITERA. Translation - A short life hath been given by Nature unto man; but the remembrance of a life laid down in a good cause endureth forever. Beneath this enscription is a memorial bronze plaque that lists all UT students and alumni killed in The Great War.