Tuesday, June 24, 2008

- Gotta love reading other blogs

When you read other people's blogs, sometimes you get really good ideas. I wanted to share this particular blog entry from Foreigner at Home. She made the coolest spice rack. I love it!

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Saturday, June 21, 2008

- Wedding Pictures

The wedding party. From left to right; Nicole, Natalie, Denise, Amanda, Erika, ME, MY HUSBAND, James, Johnny, Nigel, Sean. In front Emerahl and Junior.


Emerahl, myself and Junior

Myself and Junior.

Me, grandma and the new hubby.


My Daddy, Mama, and my mother-in-law and father-in-law.

The Hubby's family.

My new beautiful family.


My sisters-in-law and brother-in-law
The rings.


Us being silly.


More to come when I'm not exhausted from a 55 hour work week....and 100+ degree weather

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

- Interesting news articles for the day

I've been gone, busy, tired lately. Trying to get back in the swing of things after the wedding, honeymoon and all that jazz. I'm starting to get back to "normal" and am finally having a little time to knit....not much because I'm also having to work some 12-13 hour days here and there, like tonight and tomorrow night. But I thought I'd post some articles that I found interesting that are in the news today:

Gay men and straight women share brain detail
Astronomers find batch of "super-Earths"
Utah announces 'major dinosaur fossil discovery'
Women Flock To Bird Poop Facials
SOTP? Crew Misspells Marker At Intersection

Friday, June 6, 2008

- Lake Tahoe Pictures

DH and I went to Lake Tahoe for a quick honeymoon. I thought I'd share some pictures. It was absolutely beautiful and worth sharing.




















Oh and here are some pictures of the reception hall as we were decorating.



















Thursday, June 5, 2008

- Back and married

Well I am back, and I am married. Yup that's me, an old married women. He he.

I don't have pics, but one of these days I will, and I'll post them.

So I've got to start knitting, I've got the itch, and it needs to be scratched. So I am going to knit a vintage and beautifulBaby Shawl which is in reality a blanket but apparently in 1945 they called the shawls...?