I’ve had a great week, filled with lots of photos 🙂
Thursday had a photo shoot with Chef from Christian’s Bistro and Father Fat’s, two popular restaurants in town. He’s featured in one of the Hoopla articles next month.
I even had the tough job of eating the food he cooked during the shoot. 😉 Perks of my job, I think!
Speaking of food, Brian and I found a giant peanut. The giant is on the left, a normal peanut is on the right.
I won Randy’s 52 week CD giveaway last week, so I stopped by Radio Kaos to pick out a new album. Old Crow Medicine Show, ftw.
Brian’s car needed some work, so he spent most of his free time working on that, and Misty kept him company, laying in the plant-formerly-known-as-grass. We needed rain.
Figs are in season in some of the warmer states, and I was happy to get my hands on some this week.
Figs + yogurt + granola + coffee = a very happy Heidi.
We had the opportunity to go to the Packer scrimmage that they call “Family Night.” Appropriately, we went with Brian’s family.
I got to try on a Superbowl ring, NBD.
Lambeau is a magical place. We were handing out programs prior to the game, and I met a man on the board of directors (it’s his Super Bowl ring). He let me go up to all the different levels and check out the view- even the brand-new rooftop!
That last one is the view from our actual seats. Our nephews were playing a new game: Hide From Aunt Heidi’s Cameraphone. 🙂
Those two are brothers, and so are these three…
After the “game” was over, there were fireworks!
On the way out, we saw Brian’s cousin, Miles. Seriously- there are Oberstadts everywhere! We’re slowly taking over the world and spreading our influence…. 🙂
We headed out ASAP to try and beat the crowds…
…so we’d be home to get a good night of sleep before a busy Saturday at Kim and Mark’s wedding.
Men and women certainly start their wedding day differently!
Kim had TWO fabulous pairs of shoes. They were gorgeous.
I went to school and danced on the Pom squad with Kim’s daughter, Nicki, so please excuse the shameless photos of her adorable little family. Nicki’s daughters were the flower girls. 🙂
Congratulations, Kim and Mark! Thanks for inviting us to share in your wedding day 🙂
I was so tired after all that fun on Saturday that I had a heck of a time getting up on Sunday to go fishing. My friend, Forrest, took me and his other friend, Dave, down to Viroqua to fish for some trout. I basically spent the whole day with two guides- I’m such a lucky girl! I caught four brown trout, including my biggest one- 12″! Here’s a few photos from my day on the stream.
Thanks for the incredible day, guys. I really appreciated your help! 🙂
Stay tuned for more stories of fishing, running, and a water tour!!