I will be sporting these apple green shoes on the BYU campus this week.
I will be the one with the sexy blue walker. This is possibly the most comfortable pair of shoes I have ever owned. I have them in taupe as well, but I have pretty much trashed that pair. When I saw them at Marshall's for half the regular price I snatched them up.
They even let Elder Jordy join in all their redneck games... "He has a bunch of chickens in his backyard. We were playing with his chickens the other day. We would throw them up in the air and they can just barely fly so it's pretty funny. And we run around and try to catch them. I got my picture with one of the chickens."
Now if he would just send me those pictures. Currently, I am concerned about bird flu and swine flu.
Ruffles and more ruffles. Look who came for a visit. Natalie is my newest and youngest friend. She was born on Monday. Holding this tiny beauty and smelling her sweetness was the highlight of my week. Thanks Melissa for bringing her over. Now you have to rename your blog.
Ruffles never looked better. She is one stylish babe.
If you are over the age of 5 you should only wear one ruffled item at a time. I wouldn't want anyone to get a fashion violation fine.
Unless you live under a rock, you've heard of the controversy surrounding the Miss USA pageant. But wait, the story gets better. Miss North Carolina who was crowned on Sunday night was quoted on MSN, "It feels really natural," Dalton said of her win. "I've worked so hard to be here and this has been my lifelong dream and it's finally here. And whoever knew you could win in a turquoise gown?"
Four of the top five wore white gowns...and I thought I was shallow.
The temperature has been rising so it is time to pull out the sandals. I love this dark chocolate, sparkly pair.
Plus they match my pedi.
I bought these babies in Bermuda. Can I just say my favorite thing about that island is the dress code. Swimwear is only acceptable poolside or on the beach. It is inappropriate to wear short shorts, thus the name of Bermuda shorts. You can however wear Bermuda shorts to a formal occassion, with a bow tie. Modesty is in style on the island. How refreshing.
Random picture from a baptism. I love this guy's enthusiasm. In Jordan's e-mail last week he told of an experience he had while teaching a lesson... They said the opening prayer and they both said Hail Mary at the end. I wanted to yell "Touch Down".
This board represents our first missionary who served in the Oklahoma Tulsa mission. This is Elder Jordan's bulletin board.
It is a shrine I created to keep track of the areas he lives in. My new favorite thing is to look up his address on google maps. I can see the house he lives in and stroll around the streets. It's the next best thing to visiting him.
I hope some day to add a third bulletin board to this wall. Sister Brynn has a nice ring to it.
Those big grins mark the beginning of spring break and the end of the dreaded Junior paper.
The beautiful and brilliant Sarah helped Brynn polish up her final draft. Can you guess where Miss Sarah will be attending college next year? AP English is a beast that the lovely Sarah has mastered as a Senior. She has been a great mentor for Brynn.
This is my fourth time as a Junior in High School. Only one more year of homework. Can you hear me cheering? I'll miss my baby but not the stinkin' homework.