Saturday, August 1, 2009

most of the time I forget we have a blog. But I remember now. So, here are some pictures from Mexico!

Friday, April 10, 2009

married life

My husband comes home from work around five every day. I get home around the same time. He cooks dinner. I eat it. Then we watch something we recorded from the night before. On weekends we go to happy hour or home depot.


My husband is a professional dart player. He tricks people into thinking that he can't throw hat tricks or tripple 20s. They drink to much and then he wins their money. I gave up candy for lent and I eat it every day. But sometimes I tell myself that I didn't eat it because I gave it up for lent. My students don't believe in evolution, but they believe in angels.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

I think it is about time we posted some wedding pictures.

Monday, April 21, 2008


With the upcoming wedding and a slim wedding dress I have been concocting various plans about how to be at my skinniest for the big day. I'm not so good at dieting and really only work out sporadicly, so I needed some motivation. Then, it hit me. If I sign up for a triathlon a week before the wedding I'll have to work out consistantly.
I've hit the gym a few times in preperation and when I feel like slacking off during spin or jumping out of the pool after a few laps I think, "Man it's gonna suck if I can't finish the race." So I keep on going. This plan just might work.
And for the quitter in me, I have recruited other people to race with me so I can't chicken out.
So far this is the list of brave volunteers:
My mom!

There is still time to register...

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

wedding day

This is a picture of where the wedding will be.

Not bad for a hotel. Oh did I mention there will be drinks before the wedding? There will.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008


Isn't it good
Isn't it great
Isn't it grand
Isn't it swell
Isn't it?
New York City has scary cab rides and confusing subways and sometimes I think I am a small town redneck tourist.
Jason and I went to New York last week and got lost on the subway for two hours. It was fun. I once got freaked out that I was going to be stabbed by a teenage kid next to me who kept fiddling with something in his pocket and staring at my purse. I am such a small town redneck tourist.
We saw Chicago on Broadway and went to The Daily Show. We didn't see the Statue of Liberty or ground zero and that is the first question that everyone asks. I feel like a bad American. But we did have pizza and cheesecake. So not that bad.