Wednesday, July 30, 2008


Friday, November 21

... who's with me?!

Friday, July 25, 2008


I'm gonna be ...

an aunt!


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Wednesday, July 23, 2008


A Moss Design

My sister-in-law has a website!!

And now I'm sure she's working hard on my website, so don't distract her by ordering indulgent amounts of her fabulous handmade jewelry! :-D


Tuesday, July 22, 2008


Dear Clay,

Here is a picture of my new computer.


It's pretty much the awesomest. You can come see it in real life sometime.

Your friend,

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Monday, July 21, 2008


This is not completely flattering ...

But is almost completely true.

I took this quiz, that Cassie posted. And this is what it says about me:

Your answers suggest you are a Realist

The four aspects that make up this personality type are:

Planner, Facts, Heads and Introvert

Summary of Realists

More about Realists

Realists are loyal to the people around them and work hard to keep their promises. They are honest and straightforward with others and expect the same in return. Realists believe in standard procedures and will only support change when there is a demonstrable benefit.

Realists respect factual information, which they store up to use when making decisions. This group likes to have time to think quietly and carefully before taking action.

These extremely productive people like to be occupied in their leisure time with pursuits such as craftwork, hiking or reading.

In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, Realists may become obsessed with schedules, critical of others or have trouble trusting other people to get the job done properly. Under extreme stress, Realists may complain loudly that events have taken a turn for the worse and predict negative outcomes.

Realists typically only share their opinions or personal experiences with trusted friends.



I Endorse This Message.

Read this.


Wednesday, July 16, 2008


Magical Bling Bling

My husband is going to think I'm a hypocrite for posting this, so let me quantify this by saying two things:

1. Flight of the Conchords is (are?) funny. The TV show is not my favorite thing we've ever watched an entire season of, but ... it's funny. (To be honest, I'm pretty sure I've only seen one or two full episodes because I usually fall asleep between the songs.)

2. Even he who shall call me a hypocrite (one who criticizes a TV show for putting me to sleep several nights in a row, says "Do we have to watch that again?", and would rather watch Gilmore Girls [how much credibility did I just lose?] ... and then later posts a video on her blog of the same TV show ... yeh, that falls under that category. I won't deny.) can admit that this is the song I always tried to put on whenever we put the DVDs in. And this is why:

It's hilarious! (Particularly 1:20-1:38)


Tuesday, July 8, 2008


I should be there too.

Photo 16
He has red paint on his feet because he painted a drum head tonight.
And I should be where that Blue's Clues pillow is.
So I'm going there right now.

Ain't he cute?

(Man, he's gonna kill me.)
(I love Photo Booth.)
(And my new computer.)

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Monday, July 7, 2008


The Harpers

They both look just like their daddies, and they have the same name.

Ladies and Gentlemen - the Harpers have officially met.
They are friends.
Girl Harper | Boy Harper

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PJ Party


We had a PJ Party at church last night!

We have partnered with Lowcountry Orphan Relief and, as our first effort since teaming up with the organization, we collected pajamas for kids. LCOR provides clothing for kids who have been taken from their homes. Whether due to abuse or neglect or other reasons, when children are placed in emergency foster situations, most of the time, they do not have clothes or school supplies or anything with them. LCOR provides five outfits per child, but they often run low on pajamas. So we collected PJs to donate for this cause.

(These are my roommates. Aren't they cute?)

(They're getting married in a month!!)

(Sleeping Mask = Awesome.)


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Vacation 2008

It came and it went. And it was enjoyable - almost every minute of it.

My friend, Karen, who was my college suitemate (bedmate?!) came for a visit. She had a pass to Wild Dunes, which is a supernice, private beach area just beyond Isle of Palms. It was fairly empty, very windy, and somewhat overcast. Except for the wind, a perfect beach day, if you ask me.





We left on Tuesday for Hilton Head. This was a surprise, last-minute trip. There was a cancellation at Will's family's condo and he offered it to us. SWEET! Our last REAL vacation was September 2004. It was our honeymoon. But the wait was worth it. We needed the getaway. It came at a perfect time.

Also, we made a trip through Hampton on the way so I could get my haircut. (Kyle's mom. Hairdresser. Free haircut/color. Worth the trip.)

And this meant that on the way to Hilton Head, we went through Ridgeland:

where a Gretsch factory is.

When I was a kid, we used to go to Babyland General Hospital on our vacations to Helen, Georgia. My sister and I would take our Cabbage Patch dolls to see where they were "born".
I think this was that kind of a moment for Kyle. Except he didn't take his drums. And we couldn't go in. He just saw a sign. And a building. With no windows. But hey!! Gretsch is on the side!!

Anyway. Later that afternoon, we ended up on Hilton Head Island, where we spent a very quiet, very relaxing, very full-of-sunscreen few days on the beach and at a really big pool.

There were four turtles in the pond. Thought you'd like to know that.

Also these old pictures were there. They made me laugh.

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Sunday, July 6, 2008



Vacation was awesome. I'll have more to say about that later. But here's a picture in the meantime.


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