Happy 7th Anniversary!

 
 Well this was one of the most memorable anniversaries I can say we ever had.  To our surprise our children along with the help of some very special people in our lives made us a special dinner in our own home!  It was so cute and we can’t believe the kids kept this a secret from us.  So when Steven came home from work he was informed that we were banned from the dinning room and the basement.  
 
Brianna came up to inform us that we needed to get ready – the attire had to be Hawaiian.  This of course was where we went on our honeymoon.  So we went and got dressed and ready for our dinner.  So finally they unveiled the dinning room and to our surprise this is what we saw!
The table was set for two.  There were seven candles to represent how many years that God has blessed our marriage.  They had pictures from our wedding, our scrapbook from our honey moon, and some wedding pictures of the day we became husband and wife!  

After Jonah and Brianna brought our salad up with rolls we asked our little hostess to take our picture.  Brianna stood back and snapped the photo!
Then came the food – the chef’s really out did themselves.  This was better than any meal you would get at a restaurant and the service what can you say was amazing.

Then of course the tradition to have our favorite dessert from Hawaii which was Pineapple Delight!
This had to be one of the hottest days in Hawaii and while at the Polynesian Cultural Center they came out with the desserts that were FREE!  Can you believe it – well it only cost us $5 for the spoon and we could share so of course we bought a spoon for $5.  To top that it was plastic – but boy was this the best dessert ever.  Pineapple, peaches and fruit topped with Sherbet!  YUM!
Pineapple Delight
Now as we looked through our Honeymoon scrapbook we decided to take our individual shots.  We did this then so why not keep up the tradition as well.

I Wanna Love U Forever – SHMILY

Thank you mom for making this evening in paradise.  We are so grateful for all you do and we are so blessed to have so much support in our lives!

Where Have We Been!?!?!

It’s a good question…and the best answer I have is busy! I have let life take over and have seriously neglected my blog. My sincere apologizes as I catch you up one what we have been up to around the Fischer house.

On October 2nd NKU had it’s first World Culture Festival.  It was a really great afternoon full of international music, dancing, crafts, food and shopping. The students did a great job, especially for their first festival and I can’t wait to see what they do next year! There was an amazing face painter there who used to paint faces at Disney World. Brianna and Jonah spent some of their money to get their faces painted.

Our butterfly!
The scary dinosaur!

Micah shaking his maraca! 
That same evening we attended a pot luck and hayride with my CRHP group. It was kind of a chilly, rainy afternoon (the rain moved in after we left the festival) but we spent time in the barn until the rain stopped and could take our hay ride. It was so much fun to pile up on that hay and ride around our friend’s property which is HUGE!

It’s hard to take a picture when you’re bumping around every where!

On Monday, October 11, we participated in our neighborhood tradition of Booing! The kids look forward to going Booing as soon as they smell Halloween coming around the corner, and this year was no exception. My mom picked up some adorable cauldrons and lots of goodies at Big Lots and the kids put together the treats and we went out to Boo our neighbors. 

Brianna scouting out the scene!
Jonah was so upset because he wanted to bring the buckets back home. He wanted the gum and cried until I explained that we had more gum at home that was all his. And yes, those are real tears! Real, big tears!
Dance season has started back up again and so our Thursday afternoons are a hectic rush from school, to home to change, and then to the dance studio until 5:45. Brianna is taking tap and ballet again this year, and I have been so amazed with the progress she has made. Yesterday was “Watch Day”, when all the parents get to come and see what they have been working on. Her teacher this year is the owner of the studio, and we love Miss Shannon! She is so amazing with these little girls, and you can tell she loves what she does. Brianna is enjoying this year and looks forward to Thursdays! 

So that’s what we have been up to lately! I hope you all have been well!