Dr. & Dr. Reynolds

This weekend, MZ headed to Little Rock for Kirk and Kim’s Wedding. Kirk and MZ went to college together at the U of A and I’ve gotten to know and love Kim and Kirk through tailgating for Razorback games! Their wedding ceremony and reception was held at the Arkansas Arts Center in downtown Little Rock. All of it was absolutely beautiful! One of MZ’s favorite parts was the mini pizza, as he loves all things pizza! Instead of a grooms cake, there was a gelatto bar, which was also super tasty! We all danced the evening away! After the reception we headed down town with Darla and Kevin (also some of MZ’s friends from college). We wanted to watch the rest of the Cubs game, so we went to Gusano’s – unfortunately they lost, so we moved on. I’m not sure the name of the place where we ended up – and yes, I know that’s probably a bad sign. But we had a blast regardless, really, do you need to know where you are as long as you get home safely! I think not!
Congratulations to Dr. Kirk and Dr. Kim!

Florida game kitchen gate

As noted in my previous post, it was raining when we all got up way too early on Saturday to start tailgating… after a few phone calls and multiple texts, it was established that we would go to Kenny’s house to tailgate, or more like kitchen gate. I found it funny that it was referred to as “Kenny’s” – only because Amanda was out of town…
Jennifer and Brittany and I had our celebratory mimosa’s, even drank out of real glass! We tried not to spill to much champagne, Kenny yelled at us a lot and we really tried to be careful… and as you can tell, we weren’t quite awake. Good times.
We even circled up and passed around the Turkey Hill, this time we had freezer berry or something of the sort instead of strawberry Boone’s farm – it sure was not the same. Aaron finished off the bottle, as he should since it was his birthday.
As everyone headed up to the game, MZ and I headed home to pack for Little Rock… more to come on that.

The game was a loss, but not as bad as it should have been! So we called it a draw…
Tim Te-who?

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