IT'S THURSDAY!!!!! That means GREY'S ANATOMY!!!!!!
Yippee!!! I am sooooo excited - come on sisters where are you - no comments about your love for this show - OK Jamie maybe you aren't a real fan - yup that's it - you aren't! Jodi - I haven't even heard from you about your excitement for this show!!! But I am!!! I am a HUGE fan and tonight's the night!!!!!!
OH how I love this show!!! :)
Thursday, September 27, 2007
IT'S THURSDAY!!!!! That means GREY'S ANATOMY!!!!!!
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
So my new friend Jayne told me about this site http://onelittleword.typepad.com/
It's way cool - great challenges for scrapbooking. That's it one small word - you scrap what that might mean to you. This weeks word is Perfect. Here is this my take on it:
OMG!!! Only about 29 hours til:
Let me tell you - I CAN'T WAIT!!!!!! I've missed you George, Izzie, Christina, Alex, Merideth, Burke, Chief, Miranda, Torres, McSteamy but most of all I have missed my MCDREAMY!!!!!!!!!
That face - I can't tell you just how it makes me fell.....but Jamie you know exactly what I mean - Jodi do you know what I mean? Or are you into McSteamy more?
Oh...Mr Patrick Dempsey you are so truly HOT!!!!!
Sorry Steve, of course, I love you most. You are my real life McDreamy!!! (Not that you ever read my blog) :)
So I just signed up for what I am sure will be a great time. A gal I scrapbooked with recently told me about it. Thanks Joycelyn!!!
So if you live in or around Omaha you should really sign up (details below - I copied them right off the sign up site)!!! It will be fun and it helps a really important cause. Hope to see you there.
Details: Or just visit her site: http://www.becauseineedacure.blogspot.com/
Crop For A Cause
An all-day scrapbook event to benefit the
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Saturday October 20th, 2007. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Located at Elkhorn Hills United Methodist Church
20227 Veterans Drive
Elkhorn, NE 68022
12-hour crop fee, including lunch, dinner, goodie bags & door prizes is $50.
Register by Sept. 30th and pay only $35!
In addition to the crop, we will also have:
*A Scrapbook Garage Sale—find bargains on new & gently used scrapbook items like paper, rubber stamps, stickers, albums, embellishments, idea books & more!
*A Bake Sale—enjoy tasty homemade treats prepared by talented local artisans. Besides fresh-baked goods like cinnamon rolls, cookies, breads, brownies, pies & cakes you’ll also find candies, jams & jellies, salsa and snack mixes galore.
*Silent Auction items—local & regional artists have generously donated their original works to be auctioned, with all proceeds going to the JDRF. Be the proud winner of these one-of-a-kind pieces of art!
*Local Scrapbook Stores will have retail booths on-site—these companies have made monetary donations to the JDRF to be at this event. Please support them as they support us!
Friday Night Early-Bird Sale—Shop early to get the best bargains at the garage sale and the latest & greatest from the Scrapbook Store booths. $5 admission fee.
Pre-select your crop space—bring your friends and choose where you’d like to sit for the all-day crop. $5 reserves your chair!
For more information, please visit http://www.becauseineedacure.blogspot.com/
Or email Becca Sutton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Because we’re dedicated to finding a cure!
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Sunday, September 23, 2007
Friday, September 21, 2007
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Sunday, September 9, 2007
Friday, September 7, 2007
These are a little late since the kids just finished their 4th week of school, but better late then never. Macey truly is a gorgeous young lady. And the boys are ultra handsome! (If I do say so myself)
Macey and her friend Tiff
So last weekend I insisted we go adventure seeking/exploring. I wanted to see the nature part of Nebraska - get away from the meca. This is what we discovered - smack dab in the middle of all these corn fields is Platte River State Park. You can read about it here: http://www.ngpc.state.ne.us/parks/guides/parksearch/showpark.asp?Area_No=224
BEAUTIFUL!!!! It was truly awesome. Like 10 minutes from our house but it felt like home - not big city at all. You can even rent little cabins. I think we may try to do that this fall if they are open that late.
We have acorns!!!!
Lincoln Journal Tower
At the top - scarry!!!
View from the top - beautiful!!!
This was pretty cool - although some what humourous. We saw a trail head sign that said "The Falls" and we thought - WAY COOL!!!! So we walked the beautiful trail - (the picture of us up above were on the trail) and got to "The Falls" A flat rock where the itty bitty creek flows over ( I guess we are used to falls like in Wyoming and Montana). But still beautiful!!!
This church is beautiful (I keep using that word) Over 100 years old (think it said 1896) - again right in the middle of the corn fields right off the highway.
Thursday, September 6, 2007
I am excited to say I might just learn how to USE my camera after all. Today I start a Basic Photography class at the community college. I am very excited about it. And when I say use - I mean learn all the technical side of taking a great photo - light, aperture, shutter speed, etc.....I just want to know how to get great shots of the kids - of al the great things I see - like old barns, building and trucks, rocks, leaves, flowers, animals, etc. etc. Hopefully I will improve and can post some of my "work" in the coming months. Wish me luck!!!
I love this picture of mom and day at Steve and I's big day - July 13th, 1996. Mom and Dad were married September 6th, 1969!!!! Awesome!
Hope you have a wonderful day Mom and Dad! I love you and miss you both very much!.