On Sunday, we celebrated Father's Day. In typical Brantner Family fashion, it was a hurried day with a lot going on. Having a husband in the ministry and the thick of a church plant, we don't get to see our Amazing Mister too much on Sundays.
Being that it was also his birthday this Sunday, I tried my best to get there a bit early with surprise donuts. Oh, you know, "the best laid plans...." or whatever that saying is. My poor husband had to eat his cold, stale donuts during the sermon with his warmed down chocolate milk.
Then, there was lunch. The rest of the great fam and I went to the restaurant, got a table, and awaited our gentleman to show. But sometimes, it can just take a long time to pack up an entire church into a trailer. So, my husband enjoyed some luke warm enchiladas with a watered down Coke-a-Cola. Bless it.
And to add to our normal Sunday exhaustion and day of rest, we were coming off some serious heat exhaustion from a phenomenal Garage Sale we had the day before. So many of our friends and dear loved ones were so precious to donate SO MANY things for the Garage Sale- our 1st official adoption fundraiser- that my house looked like something off of Hoarders. Most of the week last week was spent gathering the donations, pricing, sorting and of course the actual sale. With all my energy and focus on the garage sale, unfortunately, the Amazing Mister's big day didn't get celebrated with much fervor! Sorry, Babe! We'll celebrate soon!