Sunday, June 27, 2010


I heart you bed!

Oh my GOSH!  I am in love with this bed.  I want it...I covet it...I want someone to rock me to sleep in it.  (what if this was the answer to all my sleeping problems?) I also want to get rid of the ugly maroon get up and trade those colors and style for something closer to my taste.  Of course this beauty is made in Germany...where all brilliant minds come from!  My friend Markus is into this kind of thing...or was...and he made the sweetest bed out of well...I can't explain it.  But the whole bottom of the bed lit up!  I need to ask him for a photo of it.  Anyhow...all I can say is, "SHOW ME THE MONEY!" ???

Ps. If I ever get my wish, I will become the queen of meditation!
Pss. Whenever I've been on a cruise, I sleep like a dream!  So I'm not worried about getting sea sick.


The winner of the world cup will receive this real silver, sugarfree, vitamin c, chocolate wrapper that was designed in the dark by a talented/charming artist who goes simply by her pen name, Corn Wallace. The cost was 1 billion dollars and 49 cents. I would like to say that it was inspired by team India.

Ps. Is the world cup over yet?

Thursday, June 24, 2010

*Books, sparkle shoez, and Aruba"

I'm reading, *The short second life of Bree Tanner* in my new blue suede shoez...I mean sparkle shoez...and tapping them while saying, "There's no place like Aruba!". Think it will work? 

*Random iPhone Photoz*

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

*Dancing under a million starz*

This photo was taken by one of my very best friends, Valerie Haskin. It was taken in the middle of Arches around midnight. Not a single sound but the clicking of cameras and some music. :) We had Wayne's headlights on us and the music from our car blaring. Some had their cameras ready to catch the lighting and the stars...and some of us...well, me and Christine decided to dance instead! So under this majestic sky, we lost ourselves in the beats of the 80'z and 90'z and even pulled out all the moves from the dance scene in Footloose!! A night to remember? You have no idea. I will never forget it! And my friends got amazing shots! In Valerie's own words,

"One of my favorite photography moments...every time the lightning lit up the sky we all cheered with delight because we "captured" it."

We also captured happiness and I captured peace of mind and gratitude for my Father in heaven and his beautiful world. Oh and some seriously awesome moves! ;)


My friend Wayne introduced me to *Leslie Hall* on our trip to Moab. We sat up in the middle of the night peeing our pants over how funny this lady is! I so wish I was her! "Ah ahhhhhhhhh!" Her phone calls/RING MY BELL are my fave!

Monday, June 14, 2010

*Half the fun is the road itself*

Valerie put together this little video of us driving through Moab and on the way home from Moab. Half the fun of a road trip is actually the drive itself. Good friends, good converstaion, good music, and beautiful scenery. Thanx Val, for this fun video! :D

Photos/Video by Valerie Haskin
Ps. That is Wayne and Dustin driving in front of us in the BMW. :)

Sunday, June 06, 2010

*A Sunday Quote*

C. S. Lewis, who had such unusual insight into “things as they really are” (Jacob 4:13), had this to say about what we can do once we get the perspective of immortality clearly in our minds:

“The command Be ye perfect is not idealistic gas. Nor is it a command to do the impossible. He [Christ] is going to make us creatures that can obey that command. He said (in the Bible) that we were ‘Gods’ and He is going to make good His words. If we let Him—for we can prevent Him, if we choose—He will make the feeblest and filthiest of us into a god or goddess, a dazzling, radiant, immortal creature, pulsating all through with such energy and joy and wisdom and love as we cannot now imagine, a bright stainless mirror which reflects back to God perfectly (though, of course, on a smaller scale) His own boundless power and delight and goodness. The process will be long and in parts very painful; but that is what we are in for. Nothing less. He meant what He said” (Mere Christianity, London: Fount Paperbacks, 1977, p. 172).