Monday, October 13, 2008

New Stomping Grounds

Me and my HTML and CSS have moved. Click

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Yours Truly

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Jacob learns the meaning of turning TWO

Friday, August 01, 2008

My blog may be dead...

True it has been over a year since my last post but things have been unmanagable. Tons of stuff has happened but I have been short on energy to share.

Is that why people drink coffee? I will consider it.

I am also considering jumping to Wordpress. After working on Chris's website I am leaning towards Wordpress....we shall see

"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us"~Gandalf

Monday, January 22, 2007

The House is on Furrr

This is an extended look at sasquatch being spotted. Its the woods, its cold, its boring to watch.

One cool thing about where we were camping was that we were completely surrounded by mountains. Unreal. Thanks to the navigation skills of my brother-in-law, Robbie, we were able to have this sweet camp site. This spot also included cell phone reception and complete isolation from other campers. We were one camper short. My cousin-in-law, Sidney, was supposed to go. He said he had to study or something. How many people are laughing right now?

And yes, I was cold. I was born and raised in Florida. Give me a break.

Friday, January 12, 2007

Year Gone By

For those of you who really know me, this past year has been the pits in so many ways. But you know, its hard to focus on the negative when I have moments like these to keep me going. I tried to go through all my video from this past year and make a mess of a vlog. It doesnt make has no reason...its just moments that make me smile and I put it together just for the shiggles. Most importantly it shows that my husband really does talk. Adam is the FUNNIEST person I know. He just hates that camera of mine. So I hope everyone is enjoying the new year and it doesnt hurt to make a resolution so make one. Hugs and kisses to all my friends who made this past year bearable.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Carving of 2006

Trevor loves techno. Adam has no need for a mask. Crystals pumpkin has a mood swing. I have a knife covered in...... powdered sugar.

We decided to carve pumpkins this year. There weren't enough of us to have a contest so there wasn't too much competition in the air. Crystal missed some the the festivities cause she had to work. The only part she missed was the bloody steaks but that was fine because she is a vegetarian. We tossed around the idea of scaring her when she came to the door but quickly changed our minds when we realized she might injure someone in the process.

There seems to be a tradition forming at holidays. That being to partake in the craziest holiday soda ever made. Last year, I am pretty sure I had a brussels sprout soda at thanksgiving. The halloween sodas were not as healthy as the brussels sprout drink....Candy corn and some sort of cider. Not too bad.

Adam took the time to make a halloween CD for the occasion. It has all kinds of nuggets on it and I am sure our neighbors loved listening to hours of horror tunes all night.

Come carve with us next year.

Monday, September 04, 2006

Blue Ridge Nights

I went on a vacation. We visited the exotic location of Blue Ridge, Georgia. The list of things to do there goes on and on.

1. Float down the river
2.Shop at the biggest store there..Roses. If you dont know what a Roses is you have lucked out.
3. Rock on a porch hours at a time. This is actually easy to do believe it or not.
4. Go to the Drive In.

Thats right there is a working Drive In located in the Blue Ridge. It is the best thing ever. You get two movies for 5.50 cents and the biggest funnel cake you have ever seen for 4.00 dollars. Thats correct two movies under ten dollars.

If anyone is interested in starting one up with me....I'm in. One stipulation, we have to show a classic movie once a month and serve something on a stick.

Blue Ridge Nights

Friday, August 18, 2006

Don't act like you know me....Know me!

You Don't Know Me


Saturday, August 05, 2006


Fireflight At The HINGE

What is there to do on a tuesday night in Cape Coral? Other than Bingo and shuffleboard, why not a rock show. Sure I may be getting a little too old for that sort of thing but I need to enjoy it while I can, right?

Oh, did I mention it was Christian Rock. Yeah, some of you are asking yourselves now, "Do Christians rock?"


Bad Camera=Bad sound (+)Enormous Passion (+)Heavy Riffs=Rockin Christians.

Friday, July 14, 2006

Look at all the Walkers

Look at all the Walkers

A day at the goodwill looking for nuggets.I have been known to frequent a couple thrift stores here and there. This day was no different. Give me a Waylon Jennings song and I am good to go. I did see Johnny Cash in this Goodwill! He was just to elusive for me to get him on camera. ..

Molotov Cocktail Anyone?

Molotov Cocktail Anyone?

Fourth of Julys are the best. This day wouldn't be complete without good food, good fireworks, good friends, and a couple of bad Molotov Cocktails.Am I going to bore you with footage of beautiful fireworks? Nay, I am going to bore you with my life. Just know that there are talks of planning a tsunami, a scene reminiscent of a meth lab, and some explosions put to some kick butt music! "Turn it up", she says in her best sweet home alabama voice which is actually pretty good thanks to BonnieGene, Scarlett, and Crystal. Have I sold it yet? Watch it!
Things I learned:
A)Buy sparklers that light
2)Don't give all your gasoline away an hour earlier to a grease monkey of a man who comes to the door with a cig in one hand and a gas can in another. Even if he claims to have run out of gas just up the road. Just don't do it.
D) Pork does not make a good Molotov Cocktail. Use something like gunpowder or bullets.

the darkside

the darkside

Yodas True darkside. All Adams doing. I just edited it.

I'll Have a Moldy Christmas Without You

I'll Have a Moldy Christmas Without You

This is just a clip from this past Christmas. Every year Adam and I are living in a different state. It is what we do. One thing remains constant. No matter where we are at Christmas there will always be "ghetto" lights adorning our dwelling place. Adam likes to refer to them as "ghetto"...well...because he is from Dalton, GA. If there is anything you should know about Dalton, they take their Christmas lights seriously. Every home is perfect. Icicle lights everywhere...candles glowing in EVERY wreaths with red bows hanging from EVERY window...and at least four christmas trees inside the house so when someone looks through any window a tree will be spotted. No joke. So when it comes time to wrap our sad, pathetic, lights around a little fence it is only natural that they become "ghetto". No matter though. Another year..another display of ghettoness. Bah!

No Turkish Delight For You

No Turkish Delight For You

Despite how ANGRY I was during the movie The Lion the Witch and the WArdrobe, I loved it. But this story has always held a special place in my heart. It set the stage for my first "in front of the class performance". My fifth grade teacher Mrs. Fellars made us read the story and then to pick out a scene to reinact. I picked when all the children go through the wardrobe. I brought all these coats to class and let it rip. One of my fondest memories.

The Golden Snitch

The Golden Snitch

This is 30 seconds of sheer BRILLIANCE. Actually beyond brilliance. The only thing that would have made it BLOODY brilliant is if I had done it in a British accent. Crap.