February 29, 2008

March Insperational Message

With February coming to an end it's time to replace "Rock Bottom" with a new message so I've decided on "Epic Failure"

February 28, 2008

Salt Lake City Search

I had an idea for something fun. As I travel around Salt Lake City on the ambulance I'm going to take pictures of myself at places and see if ya'll can figure out where I am at. Some will probably be pretty easy, others will hopefully be alot harder. I'll try and do 2 or 3 a week until I run out of places to photograph. If you think you know where I am go ahead and post it in the comments. Unforatunatly due to lack of funds there will be no prizes awarded, sorry for the inconvience.

February 27, 2008

Cats vs Grizz

Lariann and I went to a Weber State basketball game last week along with my brothter Greg and my Dad. They were playing the Montana Grizzlies. I hate Montana so much. They're sort of a rival of Webers but mostly I hate them because they're really good at football and we're not. There was also a couple of years when I was in college and playing in the pep-band when all that stood between me and a trip to to the NCAA tournament with the team was the grizzlies.
The game went really well Weber State routed the hated grizzlies. We did manage to catch three of those mini basketballs that they throw into the stands during half time. I managed to catch two and my Dad caught one. I took pity on Greg and gave him one of mine. You know one of those sharing things they taught you in pre-school. Of course it did help that we were sitting on the seventh row.

I'm not sure what it is about a mini ball that makes me want it so much. I see them at the games I think, "I must have one, I will reach over the little kid and catch it over him, even though he'll enjoy it more and I'm probably just going to forget about this mini ball after the game." But for whatever reason I need one, mine is currently rolling around the back seat of our car.

February 12, 2008

Lucy's First Birthday

Lucy had her first birthday. We had a party for her at the Kaysville fire station in the training room, since our apartment is to small to handle crowds larger than 6. We had a pretty good time, I don't know if she did though, she probably would have prefered to stay home and play since she dosen't care for large crowds. We had Grandparents, Great Grandmas, cousins, aunts, uncles, friends and of course Mom and Dad.

She didn't know how to blow out candles so I had to do it for her. I do love the face she's making here.

She got a bunch of toys which she loves.

Uncle Greg got her a Weber State shirt. GO CATS!!!

I got her this princess night gown. She seems to like it.