Today I got my new sport bra I ordered as a spoil/reward to myself for keeping up with my workout schedule. Just so happens I missed yesterday's workout so I caught up today and did a little something extra. Here are some photos of the bra =>
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
For a little while now I've been thinking about bird feeders....more specifically, hummingbird feeders.
I want one.
I mentioned it to Daniel a few times. We haven't gotten around to getting one yet, but it will happen....just you wait.
I took out the trash a few days ago and right before I opened the ugly lid there was a hummingbird. It flew in place and I could hear its "humming" more like a bzzz....it was staring right at me and was there for about 3-5 seconds. Though, it seemed a bit longer than that.
It was awesome and so peaceful.
Now, I want a hummingbird feeder even more.
"Have you ever observed a humming-bird moving about in an aerial dance among the flowers - a living prismatic gem.... it is a creature of such fairy-like loveliness as to mock all description." ~W.H. Hudson,Green Mansions
Monday, July 5, 2010
It was a good day with family, food, fireworks and some water fun. Daniel and I drove out to Mesquite to meet up with my family. Food was a plenty and tasty, too!! Soon after the boys were in the pool and they were joined by Jayk, Michelle, Nana Shann and myself. We had fun and Adam had a LOT of fun. We got out of the pool to dry off for a drive to see the fireworks that Eureka was setting off in place of the lame city. They lasted quite a while. Quickly, we all took off back home to set off our own. That was a lot of fun and laughter. Adam loved the sparklers and I had fun photographing people writing with the sparklers. Jaymes did his signature (JR, below) and it turned out AWESOME => Michelle wrote her name and it also turned out pretty AWESOME. Have a look and I hope everyone also had a great Fourth. =>
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Thursday, July 1, 2010
SO, I haven't updated in a long time. Things got busy real fast.I have been focusing on photography a great deal, then Lia Sophia came into the picture and now that takes up whatever time I care to give it (lots).
Lia Sophia is turning out to be fun. I enjoy preparing and doing the shows. The part that is not fun is the very HOT travel to Mesquite for the parties. I don't know anyone where I live, so until I get myself out there I will be traveling to Mesquite without a/c in my car. =<
If you have any questions about Lia Sophia or would like a great deal, email me at email@example.com
Or you can drop by my Lia Sophia site
On the 26th of June Daniel and I went up to Provo, UT for a wedding-related event in his family. We were offered to hitch a ride with someone who has a/c.....we accepted that without thinking. It was a quick and simple trip. We stayed the night with someone who knew how to cook and that made for a happy tummy. All three of us were so tired, we couldn't really have much fun. We slept then headed home as soon as we awoke.
Daniel bought another monitor so we can do eyefinity and another 5870 to either put in one of the computers or for crossfire. That's pretty exciting stuff =>
We are starting to plan for our Tahoe trip, that's exciting....can't wait to get out of this heat!!
The Fourth of July is coming this Sunday and the two of us will be joining my family for the evening. Other than the sticky, hot drive there....everything should be awesome =>
Today Daniel started to work out with someone we know. He kind of pushed himself a little hard and then the heat from the drive home didn't help. Heat exhaustion took over and he felt horrible once he came home. Sadly, I had the pasta dinner all ready for him and he couldn't even think of eating. He asked for some water and a trash can and just took it easy for a few minutes and BAM back to normal. The pasta was delicious. His body feels like it can't do anything and we are waiting to see how much of an ache he'll be in later. Other than that, he's pretty happy he started working out again. => Now, it's my turn....
"If you don't like how things are, change it! You're not a tree."