Well friends, its official. My address is changing today to:
1520 F Pershing Dr.
San Francisco CA 94129
for those of you who are actually updating this, you may notice that I'm not moving very far. :)
I have some great pics to put up this weekend...stay tuned.
Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Tuesday, March 14, 2006
So today I was looking at my friend Josh's blog...and I found this article on there that was published in "The Scroll" which is the student newspaper at BYU-Idaho. I can't stop laughing. I hope that this picture of Josh helps with the visual of this. hahahah!!
"Mother's weekend may bring joy, but it can - in a roundabout way - also bring pain. Josh Porter, a senior from Charlotte, N.C., recalls a mishap that left his friend's mom in the hospital. 'Mother's weekend last year my friend Kendra Heap brought her mom and her little sister down for Mother's weekend, and her mom brought this game her family likes to play called the human slingshot,' Porter said. Heap and a group of friends joined together for the game.
'At first, my mom didnt' want to join in because her shoes were slick and she was afraid she would slip and fall,' Heap said.
'I had all kinds of excuses...I should have known better,' said Mary Heap, Kendra's mom.
The human slingshot consists of a rubber band large enough to hold four people facing one another.
'They bounce off the ends and kind of cross each other as they are going across the rubber band', Porter said.
After bouncing around in this human slingshot a couple of times, Mom Heap decided to take a bounce.
'She lost her balance and fell...and Josh fell directly on top of her,' Kendra said.
Mom Heap couldn't move. She tried to pull herself up, but to no avail. A couple of boys carried her into the house and gave her a blessing, then rushed her to the hospital.
After one bounce and a large human flying at her, Mom Heap had a broken pelvis.
'I spent the rest of the weekend in the hospital,' she said.
Kendra also stayed there with her mom.
'I felt really bad about that. It's about a year ago now, so I guess you can kind of laugh about it now,' Porter said.
Mom Heap spent the next two weeks recovering in a wheelchair.
...What did Mom Heap learn from her little adventure?
'I am not going to play any games with Josh,' Mom Heap said.
Monday, March 13, 2006
Well, today isn't exactly madenning, but I am quite bored here at work today. Some software that is essential for the wellbeing of my job is not working right now and so I can't do anything until someone from I.T. comes up to fix it. Such is life. I actually woke up at 5:30 this morning and went to the gym; I don't feel like I got that good of a workout, but when I went to starbucks today, I decided to switch to the Non-fat hot chocolate, which tastes even better to me than the regular. Go figure.
This weekend was fun-filled and I'm lovin' the single life. I hung out with my girls (Kristy and Silvia) on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday...and had a great time. I laughed a lot, and ate a lot all three days; what more could I really hope for? Here are some pics for your enjoyment.
Friday, March 10, 2006
Hi friends. SO after having an interesting discussion with some friends today, I thought I'd pose you all a thought provoking question.
Is the plural form of Destiny's Child, Destiny's Children?
And who the heck is Destiny?
One to think about.
Hope you all have a great weekend. I'll be playing a rousing game of speed tonight and then hopefully going dancing with my girls. I'm really hoping that Ashlee Simpons's L.O.V.E. song comes on wherever we are...