11.29.2008

Back in many ways..

We are back from Thanksgiving in Dallas! I say say Dallas but it is actually Bridgeport. It is my mother's home town and I've been going there since I was born. I had not been in for some time so Wednesday Brent and Elton loaded our things and we took a little road trip. It was not bad drive...except I was still sore and Elton was pissed he couldn't curl up in my lap. We had a great time. We ate, drank and visited with family. I even did some shopping on black friday. I was still a little fuzzy and left my camera battery charger when I was packing...so, no pictures :( Terrible of me, I know. My family is cute and so fun. I wish we got together more often..perhaps, we can work on that.

I feel like I'm back too. I don't feel like total shit like I did this time last week. My tummy incisions are still a bit sore..inside and out..but overall, I feel a lot better! Now, I just wait for my post appointment on Friday.

I hope everyone had a happy happy Thanksgiving!! I'm thankful for you all! More soon.

hugs and kisses - megan

"The best part of life is when your family becomes your friends, and your friends become your family." ~Danica Whitfield

11.26.2008

I haven't washed my hair

in SIX days!! Yep, you heard me. In fact, I've only taken two real showers in the past six days.  I have spent about 4 days in bed...therefore, not getting all that dirty. I haven't even felt like blogging for the past 5 days. Why do you ask.... revert back to this post.

Here is the past few days.... I was scheduled for Surgery on Friday, November 21st at 8am and to be there at 7:15am. More post surgery details are in the post linked above. I got a message after 5 on my cell saying the surgery had been pushed back for an emergency before mine. The nurse said come around 8:45-9 and hopefully I'd be in the OR by about 10 or 10:15. A little recap: I had to start liquids on Thursday and Thursday evening I had to drink a prescription detox formula...not the greatest thing I've ever done.  Brent and I sit in the patient waiting area for 3 hours and my parents in the large waiting area. Cold, tired, starving and stressing. I go into OR about noonish. It was weird just walking back in a gown, barefoot with the nurse. The doctor was nice and introduced me to an intern. They had me climb up on the table and adjusted me until I was comfortable. They start putting stuff in the IV on my hand (hand 2 IV, hand 1 IV didn't work after about 10 attempts...detox dehydration). I was in surgery for about 2 hours and in recovery for about an hour. I got home 3:30pm. 

My doctor talked to me for a bit after surgery. Why? I do not know. People don't remember anything when they are coming off of anesthesia. My mom said I probably woke up asking him questions and he answered. I remember nothing past starting to cry when I woke up in recovery because I hurt so bad...then waking up at home in bed. He spoke to my mom about the surgery once I was done. She remembers most of it..I think...she keeps saying "oh and he said...." a lot. So, a week from this Friday, I will get the whole scoop.

In the meantime, he told her that my uterus looked healthy besides being mis-shaped. He was able to clip the part he wanted to in order for it to become the shape it needs to be (I will have a sonogram/x-rays in a week). He said my fallopian tubes looked really good. He did find a small amount Endometriosis. He had a laser on standby so he was able to laser it all off. Endometriosis is tissue, similar to that of the uterus lining, that is develops where it should not. It can cause infertility and a large amount of pain. The doctor said I had started to develop it because of the way my uterus was shaped it was causing a back flow of blood and fluid. I am not sure if it will be gone forever since the uterus is fixed, or not. That I will find out. With the procedure he performed, the doctor told my mom I will have to have a c-section. This doesn't bother me. I began thinking they weren't bad at all based on what others have to say. What else....he said that more than likely I will need to go on Clomid. Brent and Megan plus 8? Maybe...probably not. Clomid is a common fertility medication that induces ovulation. It is also known to cause multiples! My mom said he said something about 6 months. She said she thinks he wants me to be monitored over a 6 month recovery period. She does not know the time frame he said for the Clomid or diabetes medication (which I will go on for the cysts) if he said one at all. This is kind of mumbo jumbo, I know. I will try to wait patiently for the whole scoop, the plan of treatment, timeline and everything else the doctor has to tell me.

Today is Wednesday and hopefully I feel better than yesterday. Yesterday I did walk around more. I have stitches in and around my belly button and on my hair line (where a c-section scar would be). Mine is a bit shorter than that of a c-section opening. After they cut through my stomach and its muscles, they had to fill it with air, twice. When they closed my openings, that air went to my shoulders...both shoulders.. back...and created a tummy that looks like 2 balloons are in it. I'm constipated and it hurts to "push" even air. Other remains are filtering out which isn't fun. I've been working on describing parts of this. A decent description I've decided (and maybe I'm a wimp)...every morning when I wake up..or within about 10 minutes of my pain medication completely wearing off...I feel as though a horse has kicked me 10 times within the past 30 minutes. I could not get out of bed nor walk on my own for 2 days because my tummy muscles evidently normally do that for me. I was put on Demerol, which is the pain medication right under morphine. Not only do I still feel a bit of pain, it wears off quicker than it should and it doesn't knock me out! My mom said I'm the only person she has seen it make hyper. The only things I've been able to taste are green beans and tomato/basil/mozz. This is awesome huh? I can't imagine people who go through some of this...and have a baby during!!

There you have it! I know the pain is worth the gain. I sure pray so. I thank all of you for your prayers, emails and phone calls! Sorry this is quite lengthy...and the last paragraph is a bit bitchy. I'm sick of laying in bed and cramping. The Christmas movies have been nice and the little vacay from work is relaxing. I do not know WHAT I would do without Brent and my parents here to help. I love having a nurse for a mom. She even lets Elton sleep with her so he won't jump on my tummy. I've had many visitors and some that even watch a full movie with me! Tatum has come over two days in a row to cuddle and watch a movie..All Dogs go to Heaven and Shrek. Thanksgiving is here and I want to celebrate my thankfulness! Hope you all are having a wonderful week! 

love, love, love ~ Megan

"Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return. Truly appreciate those around you, and you'll soon find many others around you. Truly appreciate life, and you'll find that you have more of it." ~Ralph Marston

11.20.2008

Cute & Comfy

Today while in Target, I came across these.


At first, I was not sure what I thought about them. I put them on and loved them! They were comfy right away. I wasn't sure about the look of them until I looked in the mirror with them on my feet. I got them. Yay :)


Mixed emotions

I am happy to know my mom and dad are coming very soon!!

Also, happy came on Monday when Lesli featured my blog this week because she is so very sweet.  She also fixed her blog to update as it should. I love everything she had to say...every day of this month..and hopefully every month after! 

Happy to know Brent gets to cuddle with me tomorrow.

I'm sad because I can only drink liquid today and tomorrow. boo. 

I'm also sad because Lipstick Jungle was cancelled. I can't get over it. What the HECK!!!!!!

~ M

The fall foliage was pretty

in Tulsa this year. I really wish I would have taken some pics of it! I'm so use and spoiled to how pretty Arkansas is. Last year, my first fall in Tulsa, I swear it wasn't as pretty as this year. It could have just been the adjusting. As I've mentioned the stores put Thanksgiving stuff on sale quick this year. However, I had a few things I put out..for about a week. Then, our house turned into a winter wonderland :) pics to come...after Thanksgiving of course.

Love this wreath

On the hutch in kitchen

hutch


Like this..but I made the mistake of using real..it molded with no air.duh, megan


happy thursday & holidays! ~ megan

Journey it is........ (with corrections)

The fist time I typed this it was very quick and I did not edit it. I made a few minor changes.

I wasn't sure of title for this..or if I wanted to post about it. I read so many blogs about people and their journeys in doing and dealing all sorts of things. My husband and I would like to start a family hopefully in the near future. I think this post will explain the first part of our journey in doing so! Also, I honestly think it might could help people who are unaware of these things. I know it is kind of a "girl issue"...however, I think the only guys who read this are husband, dad & brother and they already know this. If any others are hopefully they are someones one of those!

*When I say "they" ..I'm meaning the doctor I go to and his nurses.

In Mid September I went to have some lab work done for my normal gyno. They do NOT typically do lab work at an annual appointment. My period was about 58 days late and I had no positive pregnancy tests. I got on birth control when I was about 16 and stopped taking in February (bc doctors were thinking it may be the cause of a rash on my entire body...which I'm now certain was black hair color). From Feb until July, I spotted a little a day or two a month. My gyno's nurse called and said according to the lab work, I showed signs of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). This would mean having cysts constantly on the ovaries. She gave me the name of a fertility doctor and said he deals with this and hopefully if I did have it, he can correct it and then send me back to them. I had to wait two weeks for the appointment, which was pretty stressful. Of course I researched on the internet..which they encouraged me not to do. Not everything I read was even accurate. Researchers aren't sure why women get PCOS but it is the leading cause of infertility. It has to do with insulin in the reproductive system. Basically, my ovaries and or reproductive system being insulin resistant. This produces more male hormones and creates cysts and does not process carbs and sugar as it should. It creates cysts with them.

The doctor I was referred to does gynecology and fertility. Brent and I had our first appt on Oct 7th. We both had to answer some interesting questions on a questionnaire! After, he did an exam. Basically, the doctor examined my whole body. NOT fun! I also had a sonogram for about 10 minutes. He was able to show Brent and I on screen a lot of things inside my body and everything that was going on with my reproductive system...quite an experience.

They found I do have a lot of cysts on my ovaries and they are big. They feel confident that giving me a medication that they would give someone that has diabetes, will help the cysts. I do not have diabetes.. but it will help my reproductive system utilize and process insulin. I am supposed to do some sort of Atkins/South Beach diet..actually lifestyle. They encourage high protein and less carbs. They say I'm on the skinny side for someone with PCOS because typically it makes someone gain weight (which I have in the past year..about 8 lbs.). However, if I cut down carbs and sugar my chances of helping this some are a lot better. This will more than likely go until full effect after the surgery. I haven't done much yet because they didn't want me labs that altered.

While doing the sonogram, the doctor found that I have a septate uterus and would not be able to carry a baby if I were to get pregnant. Basically, this means my uterus is shaped like a heart instead of an oval. The heart shape is connected from top to bottom in the center. It is divided into two cavities instead of one big one. On Friday morning I will have a hysteroscopy and a laparoscopy. The hysteroscopy means that he will go up through the vaginal area and be able to see into the uterus. The laparoscopy means he will go through my belly button and be able to see more and other things and ovaries. I will also have an incision on my hair line. He will clip the deviated part of the uterus. They say it should pop up and become open as it should be. They will also be able to determine if anything else needs to be done at that time. They will have a laser close by in case there should be anything else they can repair.

They say I've not done anything to cause this, I was just born this way. Being on birth control for as long as I was is actually a good thing because that slowed the process of the cysts. However, I would have been having a period if I were on birth control and would not have had the lab work that signaled this issue.

I am still learning about all this stuff. They are very grateful that they found out all this out and are doing these things before trying to have a baby. It could have been a 2 year process after a miscarriage. I had my pre op appt on Monday. I had lab work, watched a video, had a small exam and a conversation with the doctor and nurse. It helped my feelings but made me a little more scared at the same time.I'll be down for a few days after the surgery and then sore for a few weeks after. I will go on some meds and maybe birth control pills after the surgery to heal the uterus. He says he will no a lot more once he goes in. I wish they could take the cysts out too..but it doesn't work like that. Instead, I'll get on meds and they will keep a close eye to see how the meds are doing. Once I have three good menstrual cycles, the fertility doctor says it would be healthy to try to get pregnant.

So..that is it!..for now anyways..if you have any questions, feel free to ask..a few of you have :)

Please keep us in your prayers and I will keep you all updated. I also go back two weeks after the surgery.

xoxo - Megan

When Jesus turned and saw her, he said, "Be courageous, daughter! Your faith has made you well." And from that very hour the woman was well. - Matthew 9:22

11.19.2008

Is it possible

to have an obsession with flavored creamer? I have no idea how bad this stuff is for me but I've found ANOTHER one. I could literally fill a cup and drink this! This is another seasonal flavor and I found it at walmart. I wonder if I freeze them, if I can buy multiples to save?

White chocolate raspberry (on the left). I dont think I'd like the others but I couldn't find a solo picture.


You must try it!!

Speaking of, drinking a full cup. That is all I can do on Thursday. As per my post below, I must go on a liquid diet for my surgery. This is because they will be so close to my intestines. Not only, can I only drink liquids, I have to drink a prescription detoxing agent. I start drinking that at 6pm Thursday. They warned me how bad it was too...awesome.

Tonight, Kristen is making me french onion soup to get me in the liquid mood.  Us girls are good about getting together once a week or every other week. So, she also invited them over for a get together since I won't get to for.. I don't know how long. I will obey the meds once done with surgery. 

happy hump day!

xoxo- megan

11.17.2008

I love my girls...

old ones and new ones...baby ones and adult ones :)

Last Thursday, I went to the YUMMIE Melting Pot For Jennifer's Birthday. I love Jen and I love her store La Bella Vita! We had a great time. Here are a few of the pics I got.

Jen w/ her birthday cupcake

Dara, Kristen, Me, Tallee, Ashley & Jen at the table

YUM

After dinner


On Friday night, Brent and I hung out at Morgan and Curtis'. This is always fun because we get to spend time with the girls too. They are growing up so quickly and its so funny to hear the new things they come up with constantly! Here of course, are some pics of them too! Jessica & Aaron came too, with their girls Michaela & Averie.

Aunt Megan, can I have a bit of that chocolate your making brownies with?

It is yummie!

I don't think Aunt Meg is looking and I want MORE!

Oh, hey!

Um, this tortilla chip should be good in chocolate, right?

Jessica & Aaron's little one!

Having fun!

In a nutshell! Notice their playroom... :)

My Tatum & me

"Averie, play with me." - Taylor "Taylor, I cannot stand up yet." - Averie

SO sweet

I'm cute, duh


On Saturday night, Brent attended a "man shower"... I decided to have some drinks with the girls. Although I was with probably 8 girls, all my pictures are of me, Dara and Rebecca. Very fun time!

Sorry I miss a few days here and there. I get a bit busy sometimes, as you probably notice :) I spent the weekend decorating and relaxing. I had my pre-op appt today. I'm thinking of doing a surgery post soon. Hope everyone has a good day after Monday!

big hugs & kisses ~megan

"You have been my friend. That in itself is a tremendous thing. I wove my webs for you because I liked you. After all, what's a life, anyway? We're born, we live a little while, we die. A spider's life can't help being something of a mess, with all this trapping and eating flies. By helping you, perhaps I was trying to lift up my life a trifle. Heaven knows anyone's life can stand a little of that." - E.B. White, Charlotte's Web

11.15.2008

It took me 10 minutes...

to talk myself out of this!


On Wednesday night our friends Kyle and Jessica came over for dinner :)


While shopping for groceries I stopped in frozen foods to get Jessica some chocolate ice cream because she has had a craving for it lately. I came across the above ice cream. I LOVE amaretto and my dad got me hooked on chocolate covered cherries when i was very little. I wanted it so bad. I told myself not today..in a few weeks. They only have it around the holidays. I can't wait.

Jessica is very pregnant and so cute! This is a picture of her and I from September. Little Lucy should be coming around the first week of December!


We had a great dinner with Kyle and Jessica and then we watched Iron Man! I like the movie all except the ending fight scene of it. Brent and I actually saw it in the theater. Of course, Gwyneth is the best part of it :)

I did get more of this. It is cinnamon vanilla coffee creamer. I had it last year and i really liked it! If you like creamer in your coffee, give it a try!


I have decided to decorate for Christmas today and tomorrow :) I still think everyone skipped over Thanksgiving as far as decor goes. However, I will still celebrate. Next weekend I'll be down after surgery and the following we will probably be out of town for Thanksgiving. I don't want to wait until the 2nd weekend in December to decorate.

happy weekend ~ megan

11.11.2008

Take the time to smell the roses

So, today while I was at Barnes and Noble I came across this!

Speaking of roses, that is Rose from Titanic. Yep! Kate Winslet is on the cover of the December issue of Vanity Fair and she looks beautiful!! I seriously did not recognize her. Annie Leibovitz shoots a lot of covers and spreads for VF but Steven Meisel did this one..and I like it!
Here are a few more from the issue!



happy mid week tomorrow! xoxo - meg

“I know that in order to do my job as truthfully as I can—because to me that’s everything—you really have to not give a fuck [about what people think]. You have to be prepared to look stupid and you have to be prepared to walk around naked in front of a crew of people you’ve never met before and may never see again. And it is scary." ~ Kate Winslet

Organizing this wonderful life

So, the garage sale was step one of organizing my life. Perhaps not my life, but our stuff..for sure. They say the more organized everything is around you, the more organized your head is..which I can undersand! Of course, I could probably have a garage sale every six months! Since Brent and I have lived together for about 5 and a half years, we have accumulated quite a few things. We can thank my mother for a LOT of that :) Our house is a pretty good size for just the two of us. However, our stuff is still everywhere. As far as bedrooms, we have three. Ours, a guest bedroom that is set up nicely and then a bedroom full of STUFF...yep, all kinds of stuff. I would post a picture but I just dont think so! Instead of having STUFF all around my house, I've decided to utilize my attic and garage a lot more. This jumbo storage cabinet will be the first purchase of my organization!


Therefore, we can make the third room an actual room! Brent has a TV and weights in the room as well. He worked out a lot in there before he joined the gym. We decided we don't really want/need an office. Wireless internet is amazing. We don't print anything at this point..etc. Plus, we can just sit next to one another in whichever room with the computer if we need to use it.

I am excited about this organizing process! I've always been kind of cleaning/straightening obsessed. I'll post about a few more projects later! I hope the sun is out where you are...we have more drizzel today!

loves - megan

11.10.2008

Rainy Monday

So all I wanted to do was lay in bed all day and watch tv!! Did I? Of course not! I did however have quite a relaxing weekend. I have been blogger absent for a few days it seems. Friday, I was preparing for a garage sale. Time to clean out! I took my stuff to my friend Cameron's. We had the sale together. It went well! I had some people pay for my brother's old couches but never return to get them! So that is strange..

At the garage sale, Tanner and I decided to sport Cameron's dad's fur coats! Fun huh?


After the sale, Brent and I just hung at her house and watched football for a while. We saved a few dollars this weekend by not eating dinner out or having cocktails out. Sunday was very lazy...I watched 27 dresses! Thought it was very cute..

These arrived today. I should say they follow a tiff/miscommunication yesterday. You live and learn...these though, are BEAUTIFUL!

yeah, my eyebrow is never going down....

Good thing I didn't wash my hair last night. It is a puff ball after the rain today! I hope everyone has a great week :)

xoxo - Megan

"Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get- only with what you are expecting to give..which is everything." ~ Katharine Hepburn

11.06.2008

I love my cousin!

My cousin Magda, that lives in NYC, sent me this email today....

Hi Megan,

I got you and Brent, tickets for SNL on the Saturday that you're here, December 13. They are for free of course, and I am thinking you would enjoy the show. I'll find out later who the host and who the musical guests will be. I am also going to find out if there is a Conan O'Brien Show on Dec. 12, Friday afternoon, and I'll ask my producer friend if he can get you tickets for those too. So, when you book for the Radio City Christmas Show, try to leave out Dec. 13th (at night) and possibly Dec. 12th (in the afternoon), you could still go to the Christmas Show on Dec. 12 at night! Because Conan will be done by six, six thirtiesh, OK?
Good luck booking your Radio City tickets! I better go now, I have some work to do!

Luv,

Magda

Isn't she wonderful :) I can't wait to see her, her husband and her pregnant belly! HOW EXCITING!! Brent has been obsessed with Conan pretty much since I've met him. The past few times we've been to the city he has not been shooting. Keep your fingers crossed! Also, we are now big watchers of SNL! They had good stuff to write about with the election...hopefully it keeps going!! Let me know if you are ever in the city, maybe she can hook you up!

Conan


xoxo-megan

11.05.2008

The earlier, the better!

I wish Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas were celebrated throughout a six month period. However, they are not. Today, before I met Brent for lunch, I stopped into JoAnn & Michael's. I was thinking perhaps I would get some fall decor. Well my selection was minimal. it was all already on clearance (along with Halloween)! I was thinking they would have a full stock and people would start purchasing after Halloween several weeks before Thanksgiving. Instead, they had full shelves of Christmas EVERYTHING! Yes, this is exciting. Christmas is my favorite....but I kind of feel like I'm skipping Thanksgiving. I could go fetch the container out of my attic with Thanksgiving decor from last year. That would be most logical anyways. When I came out of the stores, I noticed the mall's parking deck had Christmas garland already up on the side of it! So, it's here..it's coming! I will have a few fall treasures around my house. I have surgery the week before Thanksgiving and then Brent and I are going to visit my family in DFW for Thanksgiving. So we will be Thankful!

All day I craved this....


and I got even more excited about this!! We head to NYC in about a month :)


Today my car went into the shop. It has been making a horrid metal rubbing sound for a few weeks now. I finally couldn't stand it anymore. They called and told me my front breaks were done for and back ones needed to be cleaned...all for a lovely $350.00.. UGHH

I LOVE Sophia Bush, but the Hitcher is a GROSS movie...we are watching it now. I much prefer her in One Tree Hill. I should not even be up this late!

hearts - megan

"Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love." ~ Hamilton Wright Mabie

My first perfect man...

has a birthday today! My daddy turns 63 today. For those of you who know me, know that I am for sure a daddy's girl. My dad is the perfect person. He has worked hard and done nothing but give all of his life. He is a Veteran; he is disabled and he is still working! He lives in Texas...but hopefully in 2009, he and my mom will make the move to Oklahoma! He would do anything for me and he always has. This isn't always good for Brent but he is learning :) I love my dad and I cherish everything about him!!



xoxo - Megan

"None of you can ever be proud enough of being the child of such a Father who has not his equal in this world - so great, so good, so faultless. Try, all of you, to follow in his footsteps and don't be discouraged, for to be really in everything like him none of you, I am sure, will ever be. Try, therefore, to be like him in some points, and you will have acquired a great deal." ~ Queen Victoria of England

I'm back in the running

was the subject of the email I received from my husband this morning.

We were very avid watchers of last seasons Bachelorette. He found out that "Bachelorette" DeAnna Pappas and her fiance that she picked from the show, Jesse Csincsak, have split.

This is indeed sad. Brent picked DaAnna to win the second she got out of the limo on the Bachelor. She was lead until the end and not picked. On the Bachelorette, she picked between Jesse and Jason, who I loved!

Jason is the new Bachelor for the upcoming show. So I cannot wait to see it. I didn't really imagine Jesse and DeAnna together. She really is so pretty! I'm not sure if you can re-watch the season, but you should!

It is cloudy here. Elton tried to get me to get back in bed..I did not.

Have a good day!!

:) ~ Megan



DeAnna & Jesse

May the best speaker win?

So, we now have a new President! This isn't something I have really mentioned and I don't plan to all that much. I listened to quite a bit of what each candidate had to say. There were things that made/make me nervous about each as well as things I really like about each. I don't think the media is fair. I've paid attention to all the statistics from late night shows, celebrities, etc. True, they shouldn't influence but I'm sure they do to some people. I think both candidates did a good job speaking. However, I think there were previous Republicans who picked Democrat and previous Democrats who picked Republican. So, it was a very interesting election. I've heard one too many arguments and I am honestly glad it is over!

I don't think President Bush "got us into the mess" all on his own. It is a team of people with all sorts of worldly factors. I like to think they did what they could. That is another story. Now, a new team is taking over. We can hope and pray the do good for this country.

Michelle Obama is pretty and so is her new house.

carpe diem - megan

"Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them to become what they are capable of being." ~ Goethe


11.03.2008

Successful Mash!

Well, our Halloween Party was a success!! Here is a slideshow of the fun! If you move your mouse over each picture, a caption will show up.


We are so happy if you came!! If not, maybe you can next year :)

We had a great weekend. Saturday night we went to an engagement party for Katy & Austin. Sunday we had an exciting day (email, :)) and then we made sushi for dinner and Brent's parents. very fun! Today has for sure been a Monday. Tiredness!! It is so weird it getting dark early. I don't really care for it...especially after just a month. Hope you all have a good week!

one love ~ megan

"The grand essentials of happiness are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for." ~ Allan K. Chalmers

I get it from my momma...

So, growing up my mother decorated for every holiday. She had any and everything cute for which ever holiday was the closest. Now, when I go into a store and see something festive, I get it! I have for sure followed her footsteps in this matter. I love it! Granted, I don't have a ton of space to store rubbermaid containers for out of season decor..but I'm becoming more familiar with our attic! Here are a few of my Halloween/Marshall Monster Mash decorations!

I purchased this SUPER cute bunch bowl from my friend Jennifer's store, La Bella Vita. She has great things! I like to call this my Halloween investment :)

The punch bowl with punch and dry ice in it!



Black mini glitter tree w/ ornaments

Pretty orange roses I got! the feather wreath is also from La Bella Vita.

Mini platter plate

Top of Drink/Serving cart I use @ parties..
Cameron got the spooky sign on cart!

This isn't the greatest pic. I got a glitter skull & a black candle w/ glitter skull.

Love my skull napkin weight from La Bella Vita


I'm working from my computer today..so, more soon!! ~ Megan

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