Next birthday, I’d like to…

I figured I needed to work on the whole posting thing, so I sat at the keyboard and waited for inspiration to just hit me. A few flickers of imagination went off in my mind; but nothing caught my attention. Then I rememberd Plinky.
I would like to go to LJ’s with all my friends. Just us.I would like to do this on my birthday because-duh, it’s my birthday! Plus it’s the cutest resturant ever, so that’s another reason. Oh yeah, and it’s got pizza! Who doesn’t like pizza?? Wait, don’t answer that. Please. I’ve always wanted to have b-day dinner at a resturant, and then have all the waiter’s “surprize” me with cake, and off-key singing. I wonder if LJ’s does that. And then all my friends give me presents right there, such as a million dollars, a pony, my own house, (You writing this down?) you know. Things like that. But if all you can give me is a small yacht, I guess that’s acceptable as well. Or maybe just a 5 dollar thingy from Wal-Mart. It’s the thought that counts.

-DQ#1

Next birthday, I’d like to…

I figured I needed to work on the whole posting thing, so I sat at the keyboard and waited for inspiration to just hit me. A few flickers of imagination went off in my mind; but nothing caught my attention. Then I rememberd Plinky.
I would like to go to LJ’s with all my friends. Just us.I would like to do this on my birthday because-duh, it’s my birthday! Plus it’s the cutest resturant ever, so that’s another reason. Oh yeah, and it’s got pizza! Who doesn’t like pizza?? Wait, don’t answer that. Please. I’ve always wanted to have b-day dinner at a resturant, and then have all the waiter’s “surprize” me with cake, and off-key singing. I wonder if LJ’s does that. And then all my friends give me presents right there, such as a million dollars, a pony, my own house, (You writing this down?) you know. Things like that. But if all you can give me is a small yacht, I guess that’s acceptable as well. Or maybe just a 5 dollar thingy from Wal-Mart. It’s the thought that counts.

-DQ#1

Next birthday, I’d like to…

I figured I needed to work on the whole posting thing, so I sat at the keyboard and waited for inspiration to just hit me. A few flickers of imagination went off in my mind; but nothing caught my attention. Then I rememberd Plinky.
I would like to go to LJ’s with all my friends. Just us.I would like to do this on my birthday because-duh, it’s my birthday! Plus it’s the cutest resturant ever, so that’s another reason. Oh yeah, and it’s got pizza! Who doesn’t like pizza?? Wait, don’t answer that. Please. I’ve always wanted to have b-day dinner at a resturant, and then have all the waiter’s “surprize” me with cake, and off-key singing. I wonder if LJ’s does that. And then all my friends give me presents right there, such as a million dollars, a pony, my own house, (You writing this down?) you know. Things like that. But if all you can give me is a small yacht, I guess that’s acceptable as well. Or maybe just a 5 dollar thingy from Wal-Mart. It’s the thought that counts.

-DQ#1

Wow.

We all have the moments, right? When you don’t realize the time, and you roll back into bed because, duh, its Saturday! An hour later, your mom hurries in and tells you your late for school. It’s Wednesday, remember? Or when you decide to scare your sister in the library by jumping out and grabbing her, but accidentally jump out and grab a little seven year old, who almost pees her pants and cries. Okay, maybe you haven’t done THAT, (maybe I have, I’m not saying anything though. ) But I think we get the point. Sometimes we’re clumsy, or forgetful. Or both. (Maybe I’ve been both, once. Or every few days. Still not saying anything though.) Well, today was a forgetful day. If you go to Heritage, you understand the schedule. But here’s a refresher for you people who don’t go. Four classes a day, each one is 100 minutes long. After the first two periods you go to lunch.
Today I went by my own personal schedule.
After first period, I walked down to my locker, and got out my lunch. I sat at the table, and dug in. I looked around, wondering where everyone was. I’m usually the last person there. Oh well. They’ll be so surprised to see me, all done with my lunch before they even sit down!
Wow, I’m ahead of everybody. I’m so fast! Then this boy comes up and asks me if that’s my breakfast. Uh, no! It’s my lunch, obviously. But then he says it’s not lunch time. But, yeah it is! I mean after first period we go to… oh. So I quickly gathered my senses, and brushed that little incident off, laughing and saying “Oh. Yeah, this is my breakfast!”
Wow. Close call. At least I wasn’t tardy to second period, because I probably would have had to explain WHY I was late. Whew! Then my good friend asked me where I was. So I said “My locker got stuck, and then I forgot all my books.” And technically, this isn’t a lie, because my locker did get stuck, and I did forget my books. So there.
Ta-Ta, darlings!

-DQ#1

Wow.

We all have the moments, right? When you don’t realize the time, and you roll back into bed because, duh, its Saturday! An hour later, your mom hurries in and tells you your late for school. It’s Wednesday, remember? Or when you decide to scare your sister in the library by jumping out and grabbing her, but accidentally jump out and grab a little seven year old, who almost pees her pants and cries. Okay, maybe you haven’t done THAT, (maybe I have, I’m not saying anything though. ) But I think we get the point. Sometimes we’re clumsy, or forgetful. Or both. (Maybe I’ve been both, once. Or every few days. Still not saying anything though.) Well, today was a forgetful day. If you go to Heritage, you understand the schedule. But here’s a refresher for you people who don’t go. Four classes a day, each one is 100 minutes long. After the first two periods you go to lunch.
Today I went by my own personal schedule.
After first period, I walked down to my locker, and got out my lunch. I sat at the table, and dug in. I looked around, wondering where everyone was. I’m usually the last person there. Oh well. They’ll be so surprised to see me, all done with my lunch before they even sit down!
Wow, I’m ahead of everybody. I’m so fast! Then this boy comes up and asks me if that’s my breakfast. Uh, no! It’s my lunch, obviously. But then he says it’s not lunch time. But, yeah it is! I mean after first period we go to… oh. So I quickly gathered my senses, and brushed that little incident off, laughing and saying “Oh. Yeah, this is my breakfast!”
Wow. Close call. At least I wasn’t tardy to second period, because I probably would have had to explain WHY I was late. Whew! Then my good friend asked me where I was. So I said “My locker got stuck, and then I forgot all my books.” And technically, this isn’t a lie, because my locker did get stuck, and I did forget my books. So there.
Ta-Ta, darlings!

-DQ#1

Wow.

We all have the moments, right? When you don’t realize the time, and you roll back into bed because, duh, its Saturday! An hour later, your mom hurries in and tells you your late for school. It’s Wednesday, remember? Or when you decide to scare your sister in the library by jumping out and grabbing her, but accidentally jump out and grab a little seven year old, who almost pees her pants and cries. Okay, maybe you haven’t done THAT, (maybe I have, I’m not saying anything though. ) But I think we get the point. Sometimes we’re clumsy, or forgetful. Or both. (Maybe I’ve been both, once. Or every few days. Still not saying anything though.) Well, today was a forgetful day. If you go to Heritage, you understand the schedule. But here’s a refresher for you people who don’t go. Four classes a day, each one is 100 minutes long. After the first two periods you go to lunch.
Today I went by my own personal schedule.
After first period, I walked down to my locker, and got out my lunch. I sat at the table, and dug in. I looked around, wondering where everyone was. I’m usually the last person there. Oh well. They’ll be so surprised to see me, all done with my lunch before they even sit down!
Wow, I’m ahead of everybody. I’m so fast! Then this boy comes up and asks me if that’s my breakfast. Uh, no! It’s my lunch, obviously. But then he says it’s not lunch time. But, yeah it is! I mean after first period we go to… oh. So I quickly gathered my senses, and brushed that little incident off, laughing and saying “Oh. Yeah, this is my breakfast!”
Wow. Close call. At least I wasn’t tardy to second period, because I probably would have had to explain WHY I was late. Whew! Then my good friend asked me where I was. So I said “My locker got stuck, and then I forgot all my books.” And technically, this isn’t a lie, because my locker did get stuck, and I did forget my books. So there.
Ta-Ta, darlings!

-DQ#1

The pictures!!! (Finally!)

Hello my faithful readers:
At last! The pictures of Thing 2’s fat little cheeks of cuteness! He loves playing with his tongue. Who doesn’t?
Thing 2 making a face

Thing 2 wondering where in the world his pacifier may have gone…

This pic is my FAVORITE!!!!!! It shows the perfect amount of roundness, and his beautiful baby eyes. Yeah, I take a good picture once in a while.

-DQ#1

The pictures!!! (Finally!)

Hello my faithful readers:
At last! The pictures of Thing 2’s fat little cheeks of cuteness! He loves playing with his tongue. Who doesn’t?
Thing 2 making a face

Thing 2 wondering where in the world his pacifier may have gone…

This pic is my FAVORITE!!!!!! It shows the perfect amount of roundness, and his beautiful baby eyes. Yeah, I take a good picture once in a while.

-DQ#1

The pictures!!! (Finally!)

Hello my faithful readers:
At last! The pictures of Thing 2’s fat little cheeks of cuteness! He loves playing with his tongue. Who doesn’t?
Thing 2 making a face

Thing 2 wondering where in the world his pacifier may have gone…

This pic is my FAVORITE!!!!!! It shows the perfect amount of roundness, and his beautiful baby eyes. Yeah, I take a good picture once in a while.

-DQ#1

I’m in Utah!! *yay* We have been having tons of fun at the family reunion, at the house and at the Oquirrh Mountain Open House. That was aWeSoMe! The Celestial Room was deffinetely a fave. So was the Bride’s Room! Ahhh! The reunion has been a blast too. I fell kinda bad though, because it took me a while to warm up to all the relatives around me. But it was cool, and a good time was had by all. We pogo sticked, or as Thing 1 put it; Pongo stick/ poogo stick.
Thing 1 is having a BLAST with his boy cousin.
And I took an absolutely ADORABLE pic of Thing 2, showing off his deliciously fat cheeks. (Coming sometime between now and next week)
Anywayz, I would post more, but my dad is kicking me off. Ta-ta, cheerio!

-DQ#1