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Weekend in Atlanta

We set off to Atlanta on Friday afternoon. We flew out of the Branson airport. Here is Jennifer, Hillary, and Kelly. We had so much fun together. I needed a weekend of laughter!
Here is Kelly and Amanda ready for take off. Amanda is sooo funny. Truth is, all the girls I went with are FUNNY!
Here we are at FBC Woodstock Ga. for the So Long Insecurity conference with Beth Moore. I had the wonderful honor to meet Mandi. I have read her blog for a while now. She was so sweet.
You can probably tell, but these girls are VERY serious. HA! Jenna and Caroline! It was so great to meet them too. They are just as sweet as I thought they would be.
Here is Betsy. She is a wonderful role model to me as a Mom.

Jill and Hillary. Jill is full of laughter! She is a joy to be around.
Faith and Mandy. Faith and Mandi. Faith was our driver in Atlanta. She was so kind and a great driver.
I loved meeting many people at the conference! It makes me even more interested in blogs and blogging.
I always love to hear Beth Moore's insight and wisdom. I have learned so much from her in the past several years.

This weekend was just what I needed!

Comments

Anonymous said…
Looks like you all had a fabulous time !! It has been awhile since I've gotten away with girlfriends, seeing these fun picture's has me motivated to plan a girl's getaway :)
Molly said…
You look so beautiful in these pictures and the ones on Kelly's page! You are so tan and skinny!
Angie said…
im so glad you had such a great time! btw, you look incredible!!!!
Lauren said…
Love reading all the ATL recaps!! :) I know it was some good girl time for you! And I said it already, but I’ll say it again…. Soooo great to meet you!!
Aishlea said…
It was so nice to meet you. All you Arkansas girls were so incredibly sweet! :)
Betsy said…
Laurie, I just LOVED getting to meet you this weekend. You are just beautiful and I love your sweet little country voice! ;) I hope we can do it again sometime soon! But in the meantime I lam glad we can keep up with each other through blogging! Hope you have a great week back at home! xoxo
Tara G. said…
Rejoicing with you that you had a great weekend! One day perhaps things will settle down enough for me to have a girls weekend?! :)
Sara Campbell said…
Great post!! You look great, Laurie...dark tan, skinny. wow.
Unknown said…
What a wonderful weekend! I wanted to go to the simulcast, but just went to a beth moore conference here in Fla. last weekend, so didnt want to leave my family 2 weekends in a row! But I've read the SLI book and loved it.
The pictures are great & I know you guys had an awesome time! A couple days with your girlfriends always does wonders! :)
Faith said…
So fun!! You really are hilarious!! I am still laughing about the Chick-fil-A story and all the laughter that followed in the car after that!

So glad we were able to hang out for this weekend. Can't wait to do it again sometime!!
Crystal said…
It was so nice to meet you too! I wanted to get pictures with you girls and say hey on Saturday, but I was so sick feeling. I just kept to myself. I meant to ask you on Saturday but I never got the chance. Where did you get those cute silver shoes you were wearing Friday night? I LOVE them!!!!!
I'm so glad you had a good time at the conference! Blessings!
Jodi said…
Hi Laurie, I've been following your blog for a bit now (found it through Kelly's blog) and I noticed you changed your design. I'm just starting a blog and I had chosen the same design! I'm wondering how you got your blog title to go on top to the layout and how you got the picture in that box? I'm very new to all this and any help you could give would be greatly appreciated!
Best, Jodi
The Ormons said…
I am so glad you had a wonderful time. I told Justin to tell Steve to tell you that I thought you looked great in all the pics. Glad you had fun and made it safely home.
Jill said…
Laurie, you were so much fun to hang out with! I replay the stories you told in my head (in your country baby voice, of course) and sit here and laugh all by myself in the privacy of my own home. HAHA!

It was a fun weekend for sure.

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