Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
it bothers me when i go to get something monogrammed and they always want to do uppercase.
i do not like upper case a's A...is not cute...a is cute...aubrie kate looks cuter than Aubrie Kate.
that is my rant for the day!
Monday, September 14, 2009
But last night as I watched the season finale of Design Star on HGTV, I logged onto facebook to read multiple comments from friends about Kanye West getting up on stage and ruining Taylor Swift's acceptance speech. Luckily, we have youtube and I found the video so I got caught up.
So Kanye who is what....32 years old? Thought it was his place to protest Taylor Swift's award for what reason!?!? On his blog he claims "I'm not crazy yall, im just real" No Mr. West, you are just a grown man that took away a teenagers glory infront of millions of people.
LUCKILY, Beyonce is a class act. When she won her award she had Taylor come out and finish her thank you's.
This just goes to show how women mature better then men!
Friday, September 11, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
But sometimes, some parents have to experience the kind of hurt that isn't fixed with a band-aid. It can be scary, it can hurt really bad, it can make you feel miserable, you can have good days or bad days, it can go away as quickly as it came or it can stay...forever.
Childhood Cancer is something that makes your heart cringe to even talk about . Kids are so young and should be able to experience life to the fullest but sometimes they are faced with this awful illness and have to grow up much faster than we want them too.
When I was in jr. high, one of my dear friends passed away from childhood cancer. She had a beautiful soul the entire time she was going through it. She lost her hearing, she lost her hair, but she never lost her spirit, which is what I remember most.
On September 28th Chili's restaurant will be hosting a fundraiser to help fight childhood cancer. They are donating 100% of their profits to the fight! My family doesn't eat out often but we will that night.
This is Wiley King, a warrior in the fight against childhood cancer. Wiley's precious mother and I worked together at the Law School. She is just as strong and just as brave as any solider I know, as is Wiley!
Please plan to take your lunch break or have family dinner at Chili's on the 28th! if you already have plans, stop by there and create-a-pepper! As parents, we have to rally together to win this war and with leaders like Mrs. Stacey and Wiley, I know we can!