Thursday, August 13, 2009

Jennifer Mills (soon to be Dunstan)

A few weekends ago, I went to Augusta to go to a party for Jennifer Mills and Charles Dunstan. They are getting married in October and were thrown a really fun Mexican -themed party at the River Island Clubhouse. Of course I didn't take any scenery pictures but it was right on the water with a lot of stone and wood with beautiful fireplaces and rocking chairs. Would be nice in the fall!

This is Jennifer's brother, John. Every couple of months someone comes up to one of these guys thinking they are the other. Brad has random people talk to him all the time at the gas station or grocery store thinking he is John. Brad calls John his stunt double. Too funny!

Man it was hot!! But, a ton of fun. We have another party for them next weekend. This one is a White Trash party. I will have to hit Goodwill this weekend to see what I can find! : )
I have been MIA lately because I am broke! Brad was here last weekend and will be again this weekend so we are mainly beaching it. He just bought a house so I will have those pictures up soon. Labor Day will be a fun weekend and I am really stoked about football season! Hopefully UGA will surprise some people; there are a lot of unknowns this year but it makes me excited!
I don't watch much TV in the summer so I have been keeping up with the Braves. I would love for them to make the playoffs after their ups and downs of late! I do love Big Brother and So You Think You Can Dance however. I was really pumped Jeanine won SYTYCD and am pulling for Jeff on BB.
Mostly, I have been reading! I just finished Paint it Black by Janet Fitch. She wrote White Oleander as well. It is of a depressing subject matter but the lady has a way with language. I also just listened to The Shack by William P Young. It was great! No matter your religious beliefs, it is very uplifting and calming (as long as you don't take it too literally). Highly recommended.
I have now started The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett. One of his early books, Eye of the Needle, is on my list of favorites. This book is very different but I can not put it down. At 1000 pages, that is not a good thing! : ) I will follow this up by the sequel, World Without End, another 1000 pager.

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