Happy Monday evening, y'all! Typically this greeting would come first thing on Monday morning, but even with the best of intentions, sometimes life happens. "Life" for me today consisted of nothing going to plan, but luckily I've become a master of just rollin' with it. That's all we can do, right? So, here I am!
How was your weekend? We had a packed agenda that was FULL of fun! It started Friday night with a much needed (and totally unsettling) night off for The Pie Queen! Y'all, I didn't even what to do. I felt so out of sorts being home alone and not at work! I read a book, watched a movie, and was in bed by 8:00. In case you've ever wondered how wild my personal life must be, there you go!
Saturday was a BIG day for The Golliher's! We look forward to WKU's Homecoming every year, and this one did not disappoint. Western Kentucky University is a tremendous staple of my family, and any day we can make memories there together is a day we cherish. Check out our gameday crew!
Brad and I especially have a deep love for WKU, because that's where our love story really began. We started dating in 2003, the summer following his freshman year of college. I had just finished my junior year at Greenwood High School, and we were completely smitten. Do you recognize these young love birds!?
We both went on to graduate from WKU. Brad completed a degree in Advertising & Graphic Design in 2006, while I walked the line in 2007 with a Photojournalism degree. We have been many places and experienced countless ventures since then, but we are still the same kids who fell in love on The Hill. There is hardly any difference in then and now, right!?
As parents, something we have absolutely LOVED sharing with our boys, Brady & Bryce, is the profound excitement that is WKU sporting events. We truly bleed RED and there is no doubt that our boys will also do so, forever. They already do! Since this is such a passion for us, I try to get as many photos as possible when we make memories on campus. A lot of the time, they are precious and even end up hanging in our home.