Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Tiny Dancer

We went to our favorite Cajun restaurant, Alligator Soul, about a month or so ago. They had live music playing and Mackenzie couldn't wait to shake her groove thing. She was cracking us up. She does this funny thing with her hands at the end of the video, I'm still trying to figure it out! People sitting near us were giggling at her too. I think we have a tiny dancer on our hands.

Monday, June 21, 2010


Monday is back again. I tell you it comes too soon every week. It's the one day of the week when it seems to be extra hard to get out of bed. Last week we tried to make Sunday that new Saturday and had a last minute bbq with some friends. All I will say is that Sunday will not be taking the place of Saturday for a very long time. That particular Monday was awful. I will add that I loved seeing our friends and for that, it was worth it. We had such a great time.

I'm going to try a new weekly post. I'm not sure what the title will be but I would love to have you play along. I often have these random thoughts and usually keep them to myself. They usually start out with "I wonder what would happen if" or "I wonder what it would be like to.." I thought it would be fun if I asked the question and gave a subject and then let you answer with your thoughts. What do you think?

I say let's try it!

In the future I may add a "Mr. Linky" widget but for now let's just use the comment section.

I grew up being told that I didn't have to go to college. I was 18 and got a great job as a government contractor. It was there that I met my husband. We met, were engaged 2 weeks later, and then married 5 months later. We then moved to the West Coast about a month after we were married. Hubby was NOT in the military, nor was I pregnant. We were just young and in love. He was an intern at the government agency I was contracted to and from the Northwest so he had to go back to school. Once we moved he said I had to go to college. Great.

I wonder what my life would be like today, 11 years later, had we not met. To be honest, I'm not sure. I would probably still be on the East Coast. Probably still doing government work. Not sure that I would have ever picked up on blogging, cooking, or scrapbooking. I wouldn't have my beautiful little girl. I know for sure that I wouldn't have gone to college. The only good thing would be I would still be near my family. I miss them so much. I was so mad when my hubby told me I had to go to college. I didn't want to. But....off I went. It was such a long road. The person I became because of going to college is a person that I never thought I could be. I'm so glad I met my husband. Would I do it all over again? That's a question for another day!

What do you think your life would be like had you not met your special person?

Saturday, June 19, 2010


I'm not sure how to go about this. It may not be anything since I have to approve my comments but I just thought I'd throw this out there. I have been getting a TON of comments that appear to be Asian language mixed with some English. Then at the end is a link that is only symbols. I have never clicked on these, nor have I approved these comments.

Have you ever gotten any of those?

Are they spam?

I am assuming so.

It's quite frustrating.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Quite the Imagination

Mackenzie came into the room wearing this and said "Look Mama! I'm the muffin man!"

**An update to come shortly!**