One of my favorites was this piece that they recommended as a TV stand. It was once a dresser.
A lady had these cute paintings on square canvases. This one reminded me of Nick.
By the time we finished in there it was time to go to Ajax for lunch. Did I mention that Oxford was crazy busy yesterday? People were already arriving for the Texas/Ole Miss game weekend. We got to Ajax in time for them to open at 11:30 but had to wait for 45 minutes to get a table. Now that is obsession with good food! If McKenzie and Matt had been with us we would not have waited that long, but we didn't have anything else to do, so we stuck it out. Their food is so delicious. It is worth the wait. Everything has a little kick to it. I always get the vegetable plate or should I say the casserole plate. Every time I order sweet potato casserole, broccoli casserole, squash casserole, and green beans. It is sooooo good. The waitresses wear t shirts that say This Is How We Casserole. David always gets the turkey and dressing and vegetables. For dessert he got blackberry cobbler with ice cream and I ordered chocolate chess pie with homemade whipped cream. It was delicious! We were so stuffed we could hardly walk back to our car. Then we needed a nap! We made it home just in time for me to drop him off and go get the kids at school. It was such a fun day.
It has been homecoming all week at our school, so that meant certain dress up days at GMS. I took pictures of McKenzie each day. She has had so much fun doing this and its made school a little more interesting for the week.
Tuesday was jersey day.
Wednesday was twin day and she and her friend Lynsey dressed up like cowgirl twins.
Thursday was crazy hair day. We enlisted the help of Jordan who helped give McKenzie a crazy style. She designed her hair in the shape of a hair bow using her pony tail. It turned out cute.