Thursday, November 19, 2009

Asking for prayers...

Lance and I have some dear friends Marcus and Courtney, who have a precious 8 month old son named Cal. We are asking our friends and family who know and don't know Marcus, Courtney and Cal to send up some prayers for healing. Cal has been having seizures and has been going through a battery of test and biopsies to try and figure out what is going on inside his sweet little body. A friend of Courtney's has set up a blog to update people as we get information on Cal.

Please feel free to check out the blog, leave a note of encouragement, and /or send up a prayer for this precious baby and his family.

James 1:1-12

1James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ,
To the twelve tribes scattered among the nations:

Trials and Temptations
2Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds, 3because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. 4Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything. 5If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him. 6But when he asks, he must believe and not doubt, because he who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. 7That man should not think he will receive anything from the Lord; 8he is a double-minded man, unstable in all he does.

9The brother in humble circumstances ought to take pride in his high position. 10But the one who is rich should take pride in his low position, because he will pass away like a wild flower. 11For the sun rises with scorching heat and withers the plant; its blossom falls and its beauty is destroyed. In the same way, the rich man will fade away even while he goes about his business.

12Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him.

Friday, September 11, 2009


These were the Canadian goslings that were born earlier this year on the pond near our house.
This is Cade sporting his Boston Red Soxs hat with his mommy watching the geese and their babies.
But this is my favorite and just precious.... we went to eat lunch and Cade decided he needed to share my coke.  Yes he was drinking from his own straw and me from mine.  However, I did have to fill my cup several times since he thought I was drinking "his" coke.  Gee nice of him to share.    I love the pic though so I thought I would share.  He is so stinkin' cute!!

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Vacation Summer 2009

These are a few of our 100's of pictures from our trip to Washington DC.  We had a great time and enjoyed a lot of the cities history.  To bad we did not have longer to explore more of the city and the history.  But it was fun anyway...

Changing of the guard at the "Tomb of the Unknown".

Some of the pictures from the Natural History Museum (part of the Smithsonian).

Lance and Oscar.... he may have been a little grouchy during the trip.
Seinfeld's Puffy Shirt... one for the Nezworski clan

The Lincoln Memorial was Lance's favorite along with Arlington National Cemetery.

Friday, July 10, 2009

What a weekend we had.....
Lance and I were in our friends Zeb and Amanda's wedding the last weekend in June.  We have never been to a wedding where the party lasted for a good time.  Although the reception lasted from 3:30 to midnight we all had a great time.  We enjoyed a traditional chezc feast which included all the following homemade foods: fried chicken, sausage, sourkraut, green beans, scalloped potatoes, and pasteries.  The food was delicious.... I think Lance and I have decided we are not huge fans of sourkraut but we did give it a good try.
Some of the Baylor Phi Delts after the rehersal dinner.
Josh and Lance with their "Big O's" at George's.
Some of the girls: Lindsey, Amanda, Amy, Kristin, and Katharine.
Amy Canaday & Katharine Langner
Robey, Lance, Russell, Craig and Josh
Reception train for the YMCA.
Craig and Katharine Bustin' a move... we were sad Susan could not come but she was at home with their new baby.
Sam showing off some of his moves.....
Amy and Robey out on the dance floor. 
Katharine and Beverly... we shared a drink.
Amy, Kristin, Amanda and Katharine at the reception.
Husband & Wife
Some of the guys with the groom at the reception.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Just A Quick Update

We have had quite a bit going on lately and I do not have pictures for everything but I will post some of what I have....

1.  Congrats to my cousin Michelle she delivered another great-grandchild for our grandparents.  A precious baby boy named Grayson ~ and he is really really good.  Not to mention Shell is taking to the mommy thing like a champ.

2. This is what my mother wanted to do for mother's day.  So we took her to "bungee jump" as she referred to it and then took her to Rosa's for lunch (where she wanted to go).  Overall it was a great day and my mom managed to do 2 flips.  She was thrilled she had us all home.

3.  The Fort Worth Zoo came to visit our kids at the development center it was lots of fun

These were my FAVORITE animals they brought.... the penguins!!!  We even got to hear them talk and see how they said hey to each other.... it was GREAT!!!!!!

We had other animals like the blue and gold macaw, a baby alligator, an opossum, a skink, snake, and and a humongous dog just to name a few.  The kids LOVED it!!! (so did I)

4.  We have several friends that are due soon with their first babies and we are so excited for all of them.  Not to mention that we can't wait to meet all the babies.

5. My cousin Monica has taught me to make several great baby gifts from scratch.  Thanks lady they are working out GREAT!!

These are just a few of our latest happenings, and SETH just for your information our grass is actually GREEN ~ Lance has been working hard to green it up but we did add the landscaping in March when the grass is still dormant.  Just so you know (ha ha ha).  Only one more week of school this year and then I will post more information.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Christopher's Graduation

On Saturday..... Lance and I headed to Waco bright and early and watched my younger brother cross the stage and receive his diploma.   Christopher is now headed to Tech to attend Law School.  To my younger brother: know how proud of you we are, excited for what is in store for you, and that we enjoyed seeing you and watching you get your degree.  We love you!!!
 ~Your Family

This is a picture of Lance and I with my brother Christopher and his girlfriend Sarah.  She is pretty great and sat through the freezing graduation with us... what a trooper.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Erin & Keith's Wedding

My little sister in our sorority Erin got married and we really had a great time celebrating with her and her hubby Keith.  Here are some pictures from the big day!
The beautiful bride on her wedding day before the ceremony.
Erin with the 2 ring bearers (her nephews) and the flower girl sitting on the ottoman (the bride's cousin's daughter).
Lance and Erin dancing during the dollar/ honeymoon dance.
Lance and I during the reception... the bridesmaid dress Erin chose (they were pretty & comfy).
Our friend Ky and his awesome girlfriend Caroline.... aren't they cute together.
Our good friends Josh and Kristin (brother and sister-in-law of the bride) this is a cute picture of them! (before we got to talk with them after the reception... he he)
Our friends Marcus and Courtney (another brother and sister-in-law of the bride).... don't they look awesome for having had a baby 10 days before.... what troopers!

The wedding was lots of fun and we enjoyed the dance floor, music, food, and time with good friends.  Thanks Erin and Keith for letting us join in your special day.  The weekend was filled with lots of laughter, reminiscing, friends, food, and great times.  Thanks for Josh and Kristin for letting us crash at your  house and share in your news.  We love y'all!!!

Sunday, March 22, 2009

A Hard Days Work.... For The 2 of US!

So Lance got up this morning and decided he was going to do some work in our yard to help fertilize and get things ready for the "lush" green lawn he and our neighbors have been discussing.  I decided that since he was going to Home Depot that we should go ahead and get some of the other things we were needing to complete the tasks I had wanted to do to our flower bed.  WELL.... that said I wanted to take out the disgusting little holly bushes the builder had planted that Lance and I both hated, add some new bushes, and new mulch through out.  Plus some new flowers for my big cement pots.   My sweet husband agreed and then spent the entire day working himself to death in our front yard with me.
Picture of the whole front redone from the street.
Closer shot from the driveway.  You can see the boarder that Lance and I put in to help keep the grass out of the flower beds and make it easier for him to edge that area when he mows.
Side of the flower bed on the side of the house.  Here is where we pulled out the holly bushes that never became much of anything and put in some new bushes, with some flowers in the pot and new mulch.
The other side of the flower bed that we put flowers in the other pot and new mulch.  We also had to pullout all the weeds, take care of the couple of ant mounds we did not know we had acquired, and tend the soil.

Needless to say we were busy but, it does add so much appeal from the curb side.  Not to mention that it is really nice to pull up to the house now and see our hard work.  Lance fertilized after  we finished all the flower bed activities.  I do have to say that my husband is a trooper and did not get mad when I had to giggle when he fell while digging with the shovel.  I will say it was hilarious when he fell back and then stated I thought you were going to support me... you promised in our wedding vows.  My response "I do support you in everything you do but how was I supposed to support you when you fall when I am standing in front of you?"  But to make it even better we were hauling the huge trash can full of LARGE rocks (from our flower bed) to empty it and he fell over a rock while walking backwards pulling the dolly with the extremely heavy trash can on it.  The funny part was I was trying to grab the huge boulders and catch them between me and the dolly so they would not fall on him.  All I could do at that point was laugh... and try to help him empty it.  We were so tired at that point it was laugh or cry.  We are sore, tired, and got a little sun.... but it was all worth it to see our beautiful yard now.  Hopefully my husbands back end will feel better and is just bruised from his fall.  Got to love a man who will work all day in the yard to make you happy and let you giggle when he falls, and then blog about it.

The Langners

The Langners
from our honeymoon in mexico