Thursday, January 5, 2012

Happenings and Resolutions

Hello friends, near and far. So, belive it or not, I DID make a New Year's Resolution. Actually, I'm not really fond of the word 'resolution'. Because, really, how many people have kept their "resolution" by the end of the year? Yeah, that's what I thought. So I'm just going to say GOAL. Yes, a new goal. A picture a day. I would like to take at least one picture a day. That doesn't mean I'm going to post them all, but I still want to do it. So - the following pictures are a few of my pictures of the day pictures. Except the first one. That was in December.

A wedding in Oklahoma. I felt a TAD nervous with an airplane hanging over my head.

Bowling with friends...

Having friends stay at my house...

My first ever (and hopefully only) flat tire. At six o'clock in the morning. On the way to transporting friends to the airport. In the freezing cold. Far from my house. A tire hobbit jumped out at me with a knife and slashed my tire.

This event deserves more than one picture. How many people does it take to change a tire? I don't know the official number, but I did have to call for backup. And then I had to hobble over to my sister's house and make her husband go with me to the tire shop. It was truly a humbling experience.

My sweet niece painted me this picture. She knows I like butterflies. Quite a bit. She said that she is the little butterfly at the top and I am the big butterfly. I'm wondering if that was a hint that I should be making another New Year's... goal... to lose weight, because that butterfly is quite plump. Food for thought. NO! NO FOOD!

Anyways, she really is a sweetie. I conked out on her bed (changing a tire is exhausting) and she put the picture right next to the bed so that I would see it first thing when I woke up. I love you, Caitlin!

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  1. Ha, man those pics bring back good memories...depending on how you look at it. =D I love how the pic laura took of me, you, and kristina at your house is so off center. It made me chuckle