Monday, September 15, 2008

I suck.

I promised myself that I would update this on a regular basis because I think blogs are awesome. I read a lot of them so why can't I just make myself write one? I'm gonna attempted it once again.

So, I sold Maggie, the devil reincarnated dog that terrorized Jackson and the lowly mortals that live in this house. Needless to say I was exciting to find her another home.

And then.. 3 weeks later.. I brought home Pixie. A adorable little yorkie/bichon mix like Jackson that is a sweetheart. Jackson loooooves her. They play all the time and she is a great addition to the family. :)I'm currently taking 9 hours of Grad school classes, coaching volleyball, and working as a substitute about 4 days a week. My life is hectic and completely ridiculous right now.

Soon I will be making a post about my new obsession, the Twilight series. Yes, I have joined the million of fans that can't get enough of this series. Never thought I would but OMG! It is honestly one of the best series I have ever read. Love them.

Shower and laundry time. Ugh.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008


After posting a picture of Maggie I felt bad for leaving Jackson out. So heres my other baby. My little cuddlebug. :)

Meet Maggie

So, Scott and I (okay, mostly me) decided to get another dog. I want a playmate for Jackson and I think I found the perfect little girl. I know it might be a lot but I'm sure she'll be fine. We've been talking about names for her all day but I think we're stuck on Maggie. If I change my mind I'll let ya know! :) Here she is!

Six Words

*Edit* I wasn't happy w/my six words, so I changed one of them. :)
So my sister did this thing on her blog and I decided to try it. Here are the instructions.
The Meme originated over an idea that was prompted by the book written by Larry Smith and Rachel Fershleiser, Not Quite What I was Planning: Six Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure
. It's a compilation based on the story that Hemingway once bet ten dollars that he could sum up his life in six words. His words were- For Sale: baby shoes, never worn.
Here are the rules:
1. Write your own six word memoir.
2. Post it on your blog and include a visual illustration if you’d like.
3. Link to the person that tagged you in your post and to this original post if possible so we can track it as it travels across the blogosphere.
4 .Tag five more blogs with links.
5. And don’t forget to leave a comment on the tagged blogs with an invitation to play!

After some thought, my six words are:
Laughing. Loving. Praying. So very blessed.
(That was hard....)
Everyone that reads this is tagged since I'm sure there's not very many! :)

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Just the beginning..

So, I've decided to join the blogging community and try to keep up with this thing. We will see how that goes. This blog will mainly go in the direction of things I'm liking right now, whether it be for the house that we are trying to get built, clothes, or movies.

Today, we are doing movies. Do you know how much I love movies? A lot. That and reality television, but thats another topic for another day. I saw the new Indian Jones movie the first day it came out and it was freakin' amazing! I can remember watching the old ones when I was little, like six or seven. I was amazed at the stories and the characters and I even thought about being an archaeologist at one points. (Yeah, I know.. Weird.) Needless to say, the new movie did not disappoint in the least. It was full of action, adventure, and comedy. The snake part was my favorite I must say. Anyways, I found this article and liked it, so I thought I would share. Enjoy! (And if you haven't seen the movie yet stop reading this and go see it!)

Indiana Jones Is Our Professor Too: The 19 Things We’ve Learned From Indy
By Shawn Adler

He’s the world’s most pre-eminent archaeologist, but for millions of fans worldwide, Indiana Jones isn’t just a professor at Marshall College, he’s our teacher as well. In the 19 years since “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” hit theaters, we’ve had a lot of time to absorb his lessons.

So in honor of the release of his latest adventure, “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” we present the 19 most important things we’ve learned from watching Indiana Jones.

1. The Size of Your Rod Does Matter
If you listen to anyone telling you differently, you’re literally just seeing one side of the coin. Remember to take back one Kadan to honor the Hebrew God whose rod it is. By the way, this is as good a time as any to let readers know that I’m not allowed to make circumcision jokes on MTV.

2. Never Get Caught With a Sword in a Gunfight
Forget all your fancy maneuvers and impressive showmanship. The simplest solutions in life are often also the best. Sometimes, problems just aren’t as complicated as we make them out to be.

3. Anything Goes!
Giant boulders, restless tribes, poisoned darts, double crosses … as you travel through life, expect the unexpected.

4. Only the Penitent Man Will Pass
In the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges, remember to be humble and learn your own limitations. It’s OK to rely on a little luck and last-second inspiration.

5. Step Where He steps, and Don’t Touch Anything!
Life is full of booby traps. Find yourself in an unfamiliar environment? Try proceeding with caution, and if you can, bring a guide. There’s no need to leap when you can look …

6. Take a Leap of Faith
… Except when you have to. Not all life’s answers can be found in “The Chronicles of St. Anselm.” Your father wouldn’t steer you wrong — learn to trust in something bigger than yourself.

7. It’s OK to Be a Little Crazy
He no crazy, he nuts! And that’s OK too. When all else fails, and life has you cornered, do the one thing they least expect. Hey, what do you have to lose?

8. Know Your Competition
Think you can drink anyone under the table? It’s probably best you don’t try it against someone with their own family label. No matter how good you are at something, chances are there’s someone out there who’s better.

9. Don’t Play Poker With a Pickpocket
Of course, sometimes the competitions will be rigged. Look, no matter how cute he is, remember your enemy has an ace up his sleeve. Listen to us, and you’ll live longer.

10. Never Insult Your Host
This is more food than they’ve eaten in a week. When in Rome, sometimes you have to eat what the Romans eat, even if it’s chilled monkey brains. Don’t embarrass yourself. Do, and the next thing you know they’ve sent an assassin to your room.

11. Avoid Dark Tunnels
They contain snakes, rats and really, really large bugs. Trust us, take the long way around. That said …

12. It’s Always Gonna Be Snakes
Snakes! Why does it always have to be snakes? ‘Cause life isn’t fair, that’s why. It’s going to test you, challenge you, push you past your limitations. Conquer your greatest fear — even if it means you have to call in a rope — and you can do anything.

13. Stay in School
You never know when a little knowledge is going to save your life. Remember: In the Latin alphabet, Jehovah begins with an I.

14. Don’t Call Us Junior
What’s in a name? Only our identity, self-worth and life story — all wrapped up in a neat little appellation. Forget what Shakespeare said: A rose by any other name just wouldn’t smell as sweet. You call him Dr. Jones, lady, his professional name.

15. Let It Go
Sometimes our obsessions can get the better of us, make us forget who we are and why we’re here. Never put an object of desire above a friend or a family member. Know that the true value of material goods will never equal the value of a father’s love. Let it go.

16. Choose … Wisely
The quest for the Grail is the quest for the divine in all of us. Don’t be fooled by fancy jewels and sparkling diamonds — not all that glitters is gold. The most valuable things in life are often the ugliest, and most worn from use.

17. Your First Love Will Always Be the Strongest
Who else would you go all the way to Nepal for? Sure, you were both young and stupid, but remember how you felt when you first fell in love? Chances are, that’s as good as it’s gonna get. Someday, if you’re lucky, that special someone will walk back through the door.

18. Archeology Is the Quest for Truth, Not Fact Yeah, we inverted Indiana’s statement to his students, but so does Indiana himself, in action if not words. Forget fortune and glory (and Dr. Tyree’s philosophy class right down the hall): The objects we choose to seek in life say more about who we are than what they are. Seek to be illuminated.

19. It’s Not the Years, It’s the Mileage
Life is just one adventure after another. It’s OK to be tired or broken-down if you’re caught up in the middle of it all. Don’t go to the grave with your odometer stuck at zero.