Sunday, April 20, 2008
Friday, April 18, 2008
1. Painter for Vallivue School District
2. Server at Ruby Tuesdays
3. Janitor (Holla all my toilet cleaning posse)
4. Shipping and receiving coordinator for EFY
FOUR MOVIES I WOULD (OR HAVE) WATCHED OVER AND OVER:
1. Tommy Boy
2. PS I Love You
4. Rain Man
FOUR PLACES I'VE LIVED:
1. Caldwell, ID
2. Provo, UT
3. Long Island, NY
4. Hackensack, NJ
FOUR PEOPLE WHO EMAIL ME REGULARLY:
4. Myself (I email myself assignments and stuff to print)
FOUR OF MY FAVORITE FOODS:
2. J-dogs hotdogs
3. Prime Rib
4. Really good fruit
FOUR PLACES I'D RATHER BE RIGHT NOW:
3. In Idaho with my family
4. One place I know I should be but I'm not....studying for finals!
FOUR THINGS I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO IN 2008:
1. 4th of July
2. Finals to be over!
4. New summer movies to come out
FOUR FRIENDS I WANT TO TAG:
Sunday, April 6, 2008
Now, if you don't mind, I'd like to brag some more....
On conference mornings it's a good time for me to make Anthony a special breakfast. Anthony loves eggs, from his head down to his legs, more than anyone. So I am always coming up with new ways to to incorporate eggs into breakfast. So to make sunday morning conference eggstra special, I decided to try my hand at Eggs Benedict.
OH NO YOU DI'NT GURL!
Oh yes I did, that is a perfectly poached egg and homemade hollandaise sauce, and it is sinfully delicious. I was skeptical at first, I have never even tasted hollandaise sauce, let alone made it, but it turned out lovely.
and here's some more....
Friday night our friends Lucas and Becca Kjar had free tickets to the Jazz game and invited us to go with them! They played the San Antonio spurs, I kept careful watch for Eva Longoria (Tony Parkers wife) I'm convinced that If i would of had Binoculars, I could have spotted her, but with out them, no dice. The game was intense. The Kjar's pointed out something interesting to us the Boozer does. Between free throws (not his) he has to be the one to get the ball and hand it to the ref. If he doesn't get the ball, and someone else hands it to the ref, he has to go take it back, feel it and squeeze it , and then give it back, then they can continue with the free throws. It is really weird. I guess it is like a suspicious thing that he has to do.
That was our weekend, exciting I know. I'd like to close with one quick pat on the back because I think this is the longest post I have written to date.
Last thing, on a more serious note. I was so thankful for the opportunity to watch conference. I was able to recieve confirmation that President Monson is a true prophet of God. I enjoyed the feeling that came with watching all of the talks presented so much, that I was kind of depressed on Sunday night when it was all over. Thankfully I got over it on Monday and am now left with only the feeling of spiritual uplift.