Company

So on TV people are always saying how bad it is to have company at your house, but I think it is kind of fun to have friends and family over. We hosted 13 for a Mexican Fiesta "Bradley Style" on Sunday. Although my parents were not able to go to Mexicali during Easter because of safety concerns we had some of the people who have been going for years over for dinner just to spend time with everyone and catch up on stories, while looking at pictures from the past and listening to the infamous "Good Morning Song." They were also presented with a Jackalope, I really don't understand it, but it will go good in one of the two semi-trailers that houses the Mexicali kitchen or the "Man Cave"/Internet Cafe. (We also discussed taking a trip across the border sometime in May)

On Tuesday, Luke and Natalie came to visit while Dave was traveling in Klagenfurt, Austria for work, so of course we had to have our neighbors over for some Papa Murphy's pizza and wine, while watching Luke run around the backyard, hunt for Easter Eggs and play on his slide.

Wednesday we had nine new people over for dinner to once again see Luke, all because of a twitter post that said Luke was in town. Dinner included fish tacos, enchiladas and dessert provided by my cousin and Cortney (thank you to BabyCakes too) all were fantastic!

This weekend will also be busy ... breakfast with Lincoln Brewster, soccer with friends, a wedding of a good friend (with what will be a fabulous cake, by BabyCakes) and I might make time to look at houses in the Roseville area.

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