Sunday, August 24, 2008

I'll take them all...


Seriously Courtney, couldn't you just see me wearing any of these "ridiculous" shoes???

Monday, August 18, 2008


Something must be wrong with me lately because all I want to do is cook. What has come over me? Am I suddenly becoming domestic or something? I doubt it. Well, I did make this cupcakes- and the frosting- from scratch yesterday. And no, I have never done that before! But, these are pretty cute...and tasty.
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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Time for a Vacation...

I miss New York...

And San Francisco.
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Monday, August 11, 2008

Happy Sumo left-overs anyone?

I do the flowers at Happy Sumo once a week....yes thats right...EVERY week. It's pretty fun, although sometimes I get sick of it. But, look at the beautiful extras that I brought home a couple weeks ago! Fresh flowers are the best! Except, cleaning the icky water is not very fun. Very smelly- but not very fun.
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Friday, August 8, 2008

Hello Little Tomato

Look at my tomatoes! Yes, Garrit and I grew them. We have a miniature garden and it has been very exciting to find ripe tomatoes...and one pepper-so far. I ate several of these little lycopene-filled beauties yesterday. In fact, I ate 2 or 3 with every meal...I hope that doesn't cause a problem for me!
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Thursday, August 7, 2008


Well, I'll do 2 posts today since I'm so bored because Garrit is on a motorcycle trip. All the boys in their family go somewhere every year!!! Dumb dumb dumb! This year, they are going on a loop through Colorado and New Mexico. I'm a little jealous. This is a picture of the trip that I got to go on last October. We went on the Durango Loop. Girls are actually allowed to go on that one! It was really fun. I was only allowed to pack a small bag. I felt like such a grunge. I loved it and can't wait to go again. See, I'm not such a raging cynic after all!

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Eternally Cynical? I hope not.

So, I just read "The Catcher in the Rye." What really worried me about this book was that, 90% of the time, I completely related to Holden Caulfield. It scared me a little bit! Have I really become that angry at the world in my old age? Apparently I'm a madman...or woman.