Friday, October 31, 2008

It's Here...

Maybe I'm the only one who feels this way, but the best part of Halloween as a kid is putting on your costume and parading around the school like nobodies business. Unfortunately those carefree days of the past are gone. I have to go to work today- a classroom full of excited kindergartners will never know the joy of the Elementary School Halloween parade. Quite sad indeed.
Happy Halloween!

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The Beginning of Fun...

Amy, Will, McKenzie, & I took a trip to the hottest place in town on Monday. Seriously though, everyone in Heber was at UVU Wasatch Campus enjoying the free and overcrowded festivities held there in light of the upcoming holiday- you guessed it, "wear a ridiculous puffy shirt and/or skirt that makes your diaper fall off" day. Good times were had by all, rest assured. Will looked quite dashing.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Culture is Fun, Not Boring...

Denise, her friend Claudia, and I all went to the Capitol Theater on Monday evening. We saw the most remarkable Opera, Madame Butterfly. To say that the music and singing was beautiful would be an understatement. B.F. Pinkerton's son was played by an actual actor and I don't think there was a person in the audience not captivated by his most impressive performance. He couldn't have been any older than five or six years old and he stole the show!! Thanks Denise for inviting me along, I had a wonderful time.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

It's A Birthday.

Happy Birthday Uncle Blaine!
When I think of my Uncle two things come to mind: camping/4wheeling & laughter. Thanks to you (and your wonderful family) for all of your help and here is to many years feeled with the two items mentioned above!!

Tuesday, October 07, 2008


Our family lost a very special member this weekend. Not one person could ever say they were the same after meeting him. Disease afflicted his body but nothing disrupted his radiant personality and ability to make everyone he came in contact with smile. He was a bright spot in all of our lives and will be missed. This person, the boy with the smile.

Friday, October 03, 2008

Where are those D**N sleeping pills...

This is the bright spot in my dull little life (not literally: but I do so look forward to watching The Office every Thursday). I understand the point of "debates" my question to the under thinking over paid fat cats running the networks, "Why must we show the painfully obsolete and irrational conversations assumed to be a political necessity on EVERY SINGLE CHANNEL?" Could we possibly get away with one network showing this horrific display of feather spreading, I think so and I dare anyone to challenge me on this thought. All I want to see is JAM- not PADEN.