Wednesday, September 12, 2012

2 Years and Counting...

Jacob and I celebrated our 2 year anniversary with a fun weekend getaway. I am so thankful that he planned the whole thing starting with a trip to College Station for First Yell. If you don't know what that is, read this Our seats were in the Zone Club. They had ceiling fans. Amen.

A Freddy's Frozen Custard recently opened in College Station and if you know me at all, you know we had to go there. My favorite custard place, Shake's, closed a few years ago and I have been heartbroken ever since. I'm happy to know that the Aggies now have a place to enjoy frozen custard. It was a staple in my diet in college. :)

We stuck around for Midnight Yell Practice and we're so glad we did. Granger Smith sang "We Bleed Maroon" in front of a packed crowd of Aggies. It was epic. Not to mention I got an awesome kiss when the lights went out. Whoop!!
 Unfortunately, the Aggies went on to lose their first game in the SEC against the Florida Gators the next day, but at least it wasn't a blowout 17-20. We didn't go to the game, because we were on our way to our final destination for the weekend. 

Jacob surprised me with a trip to Stag Leap in Nacadoches, TX. I've never been to Nacadoches and always get it confused with Navasota. Imagine that. So he had to set me straight.

Stag Leap was a quite awesome getaway run by the sweet Collins family. We highly recommend it it you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. Check them out. We stayed in the Deer Haven cabin and it was true to its name. We saw 6 deer one morning just walking around the property.

A huge thank you to my handsome, funny, genius husband Jacob for this weekend! I love you to the moon and back times infinity!
Mr GQ on our honeymoon


  1. What did you do in Nacadoches? My friend goes there almost every year for the blueberry festival.

    1. Sorry it's taken so long to respond to this! I haven't looked at this blog in forever. Need to start back up again. We went to Nacadoches for vacation. Just to get away from the busy of life. :)