Thursday, July 31, 2008

kind of obsessed...

no its not with the imminent release of the 4th book of the twilight series...though i'm sure that would be somewhere in my top 10 near obsessions right now (hello? could edward be any more surreal...)anyway, sorry for the excessive posting...i was just reminded by a friend of a song that i'm kind of obsessed with. i know you're wondering, how can you forget about something you have a minor obsession with? well, the ipod has been out of juice for awhile now and we have a new computer so i haven't been able to charge it without erasing all the precious cargo. see, our old computer refuses to start so i can't get my songs off...blah, blah, blah. anyway, i was brought back to the light and i've noticed that some other people do this on occasion, so i'm going to venture into the youtube world and bring to you, by the wonders of technology, the video right here on my blog. its called, "come on get higher" by matt nathanson. i will give a bit of a warning here, however. if you are going to head over to youtube to find another video of his for your own viewing pleasure, be a little cautious because he tends to use some colorful words and phrases at times. this song is safe for the entire family, though. so i hope you enjoy it as much i as do. thanks jen for reopening my eyes and ps leave me a memory already before i disown you!!

we're pretty awesome

okay, okay i'm back. sorry for the absense, i really was just giving all you slackers (Jen, you know you are) that haven't left a memory of me a chance to do so before i distracted you with a new witty installment. anyway, on to bigger and better things or thing i should say...luke. man, this kid is hilarious. i'm going to dedicate this post to someone whose name i will not mention who let me know that my blog wasn't worth her time unless it contained know you are too my friend :) so here are some pretty funny pictures of the little dude. as you can see, he's adopted this really ugly red hat that his dad got when he went to toyota friday at silver mountain last winter. what a hottie, right? did i just call my son a hottie?

this was pretty darn priceless. i'd seen it happen on tv a couple times, but this was a first for our house. i went to the gym (finally) and when i got back, andy was on the couch and luke was, well just see for yourself.

aah, good times. i actually missed out on the better picture opportunity. he originally had his head leaned all the way back and his mouth open wide enough to swallow an orange, well maybe a mandarin, but you know what i mean. anyway, when i walked in and saw him, andy was on the phone. i tried to mouth to him that luke was asleep. he freaked out and jumped down into the dining room to make sure he was breathing. it was pretty funny stuff. during the skirmish, luke adjusted and ended up in the position that i documented. seriously, could we get any more awesome around here? yeah, don't answer that.

Monday, July 14, 2008

let the good times roll...

alright, i'm jumpin on the bandwagon...mindy, yet again gave me some inspiration. here's a little way for all of us to remember the good old days and for me to pretend that i still have friends :) okay, have at it. thanks!

1. As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you and I had together. It doesn't matter if you knew me a little or a lot, anything you remember!

2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you. It's actually pretty funny to see the responses. If you leave a memory about me, I'll assume you're playing the game and I'll come to your blog and leave one about you. If you don't want to play on your blog, or if you don't have a blog, I'll leave my memory of you in my comments.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

the cat's out of the to speak

so, (you inspired me adam...i just had to do it) the time has come...i've been contemplating how to break the news on the blog. should i try to be witty or should i cause all of you to pull out your hankie and soak it with your tears because you're so moved by my touching words. whatever, i'm pregnant...again. i would have succeeded in breaking the news sooner, but unfortunately, i've been in a permanent fetal position for the past month and a half, praying for the second trimester to rear its beautiful, un-nauseous head. finally, the days are getting brighter and i have actually ventured outside with luke a time or two to give the poor kid some air. i'm pretty sure i hate my once awesome apartment because i've seen nothing but its walls for the past month. thank goodness for the food network (when i actually want to eat) and so you think you can dance. yay for mormons on reality tv. anyway, there it is. i did it. i broke my first life-changing news on my blog. does this put me in some sort of different category now? is it a good or a bad one? one of life's unanswered questions right there. no need for congratulations or praise, just send money...i mean...

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

that darn letter c

i was all set to add some much needed updated photos to my blog, when lo and behold the computer decided it was time to check out. what is it with things that start with the letter c? not one, but 3 of our cars have been broken into/stolen...and now the computer is dead. is someone trying to tell me something? i'm sorry for whatever i did to deserve this kind of karma from a letter in the alphabet. i swear i don't think i did anything to it in a past life...oh goodness, what do you do? anywho, here i am again, with no pictures and come to think of it no camera. dun dun dun (sung in ominous, wide-eyed tune as seen on movies/tv when something bad happens). i just realized that our camera is missing. that darn letter c. what is this? some kind of twilight version of sesame street or something? whatever you do, don't send me any canteens or catamarans for my birthday. yikes. what is this world coming to?
to top it all off, andy's Cell phone just gave up the ghost as well. hence, he now totes my lovely red krazr to work with him. maybe we should just put all our stuff in an underground bomb shelter and never touch it. that would be a perfect solution or totally ridiculous.