Decade Adventure

Today is Fernando and I's 10 year anniversary! And in my head I wanted a beautiful photo shoot like all the pics I see on Pinterest and social media. Problem was 1.) We're on a budget. Solution = 💁🏽 me! I've got a Camera and some gear. Why not!? Problem 2.) I'm not professional 😂
Picture session turned out crazy because it was not turning out like I pictured in my head 🤦🏽‍♀️

👇🏽taken after we got married at Walmart ☝️ taken this afternoon 😱 truth is I'm lacking in the creativity department, but at the last minute I thought why do I want to capture a "perfect picture" Above is what 10 years really looks like.
Christopher with his fedora hat because he's going thru a Sinatra phase, Fernando in his Bob's shirt because he has to work (he came home for lunch 😍and made my day since I thought I wasn't going to see him) Me looking like a hot mess because I was cleaning, Gp still in her pjs and being oh so loving and cute, and can't forget Maxx and Jaxx 🐶🐱(Maxx was not liking the picture at all and was ready to run) Lastly pizza 🍕 because 10 years ago we also had that for lunch

So there it is 10 years of Perez Family adventures…It's been a fun decade and look forward to more adventures with him ❤️And can't forget…shoutout to the sister for helping me babysit 😘

Lake adventure

This photo was taken like 3 or 4 years ago. It was one summer it rained almost everyday! If you look really closely you can see a soccer goal post.
Pic was taken at Grapevine Lake at the soccer field

Adventure with the Carrizales Fam ❤️

Yesterday was one of the funnest days we have had in a really long while. We took the adventure outdoors to the neighborhood park and ended it taking an impromptu dip in the pool 😁😆 Thanks to my sister Laura, Josh, and nephews (and mom but I didn't get a pic of her 😭) for coming along on one of our fam[ILY] adventures.

Fern’s Adventure

Today was the ribbon cutting for Bob’s Steak and Chop House-Edinburg. So I am going to take a minute and be an annoying, boastful wife. I just can’t help it! I want to first off add how proud I am of Fernando. Being by his side after all these years and seeing the struggles makes it much more heartfelt. I’ve seen him struggle with 2 (many times 3 jobs) to support our family. As he transitions from ‘Cook’, I will continue to pray that God blesses him with knowledge and patience to continue through his adventure as the Executive Chef. I love you Mi Amor!!!