Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Good Bye

So long to Barry Bonds! Despite all the controversy, it has been fun watching this guy play baseball. I'm surprised they weren't playing, "It's so hard to say good bye" (Boyz II Men) as he walked off the field tonight. We'll miss him!

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Tribute to My Husband

I've been searching for something to post about (to get away from that last post about Rock of Love, kind of embarrassing that I put it up there, yikes!) and finally came up with this! My great and hardworking husband put together a new crib for Justus last night. He endured through some ridiculous instructions, missed most of the Giants game, and then had to study for a men's Bible study he was to lead the next night. And Justus likes it!

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Is this for real???

As I was flipping through the channels tonight, I came across a tv show on VH1 and seriously cannot even believe that 1) it was on the air 2) that people would be watching it (I watched about 15 minutes of it, but believe me, I will NEVER tune in again). Rock of Love with Brett Michaels is pretty much about an old rocker guy from the '80's who has been "searching" for his true rocker girlfriend on this "reality" show. It started with 20 girls and will be narrowed down to the one "lucky" girl (who probably will have nasty diseases before and after the show). I know that many of these "reality" shows are definitely NOT that, but really, this is the lowest I've seen, LOWEST. This guy is 44 years old and dating/molesting these dumb girls who are half his age, if that. Disgusting. And that's all I have to say about that.

Some random bits...

We were in Tahoe a couple of weekends ago for a family friend's wedding. While it doesn't have the best lighting, it is a rare picture of Matt and I together!
Have you ever been to that little amusement park in South Lake Tahoe, next to the mini golf place? It is just begging to be shut down, carnie-like operators, rides broken down with tools just sitting out, 2x4's holding up the train track for one ride. However, Matt and Ezra had a blast riding in the go carts.
Burp cloths are the easiest things in the world to make, really. Slap a couple of pieces of material together, sew around the edges, and you've got a great homemade gift! I found this pink terry cloth in the remnants at Hart's Fabric, which isn't always cheaper to buy remnants but at least it feels cheaper because you're not buying a full yard of it. Then, along with this brown and pink flannel, I've got some super cute burp cloths for our girl baby. I've got another ultrasound in couple of weeks, so we'll be able to confirm that she is still a girl baby. Ezra is hoping we name the baby "Airport." I don't think so...

Tuesday, September 4, 2007


Playing in the mud and eating watermelon.