Today is the last day of No Make Out March, I mean Mustache March. Since it's the last day, Larry decided to sport three styles and see which style you like best. A - Paul Sr inspired mustache with chops. B - modified foo man chu C - Salesman
rainy run this morning with six of my running mates, is how I started the weekend. What a beautiful run it was with all the spring blooms to look at.Luckily, the last mile the rain let up. I was hoping I'd sweat the last of the germies out, but I'm all wet so I can't tell. Cross your fingers and toes for me.
Thanks for the emails and phone calls. I'm feeling much better but the sickie germs are still meandering through my body, so my energy levels are low. But I'm not complaining because I feel SO much better.
~I'm really hoping we get some progress on the boys' room this weekend - it's at a standstill.
I thought you'd like to have a look at how our bedroom project is coming along.Here is how the room began. Plain and boring and after three years, they still didn't have baseboards. Actually, none of the bedrooms do, YET, but that's another story... The older boys cleared their room out, we painted the fan and ceiling and the walls.Larry made the boys hanging beds - they are so cool!
The wee ones are now complaining how boring their beds are. It's hilarious.
Crown molding was put up.
And the next part of the room involves these. I'll show you another looksee when there is something fun to see.
My beautiful cousin, Kristina, is getting married today to her love, Randy. Can you imagine anything more fun on St. Patrick's Day than going to a wedding? Unfortunately, we can't make it to Utah this weekend to share in their joy, but we're sending lots of love, hugs and kisses from Oregon to the lovebirds.
The Soul Sisters got together for lunch today. As we were finishing up, one of our favorite husbands, Dwight, came to our table with a bouquet of red roses. He handed us all a rose with a sweet note saying "I ROCK!" Heather, his is wife, got the remaining roses and a sweet note saying, "YOU ROCK!"Before he left, our deliverer of warm fuzzies and laughter gave us all a smooch. Some kisses on the forehead and some on the lips, but I don't kiss and tell. Dwight, you made our day and I'm never washing my forehead again.
This screen print is for my semester final on Wednesday. It is a 9 color separation.My inspiration was this photo from our trip to San Clemente, California. I'm really pleased with this project and am hoping for an "A".
My wee ones have been obsessed with Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham lately, so the husband made them some for breakfast this morning.It was such a hit, Landon wanted the leftovers made into green egg and (green) ham sandwich for his school lunch.
The cuteness was overwhelming. Their eyes twinkled 'my daddy is a superstar!'
Months ago, I sent in my DNA to Ancestry.com and now I have my results that reflect my genetic ethnicity, going back up to ten generations! I'm still figuring out how to exactly use this information but one of the exciting things is that they found two 4th cousins that are a 96% match.
I've contacted them and now am just waiting to hear back. I know I shouldn't get my hopes too high, but I have visions of them having family photos we've never seen or awesome family memorabilia. We shall see....
was on Stephanie's birthday wish list, so I took her down to find some seagulls that she could scatter.Although it was foggy, the weather was quite nice and the wind was minimal. It was beautiful day at the beach.