Tuesday, July 28, 2009

A Peaceful Life

Many of life's greatest triumphs are the result of great character. Ordinary people can do extraordinary things by refusing to take life as it is and make a difference. These ordinary people are then no longer slaves of the mundane but free to challenge and try their character as and individual. The will to do more allows them to have great achievements and even triumphs.
Such is the case of our friend Leroy. Leroy was on old little fellow but of good report from all his friends. See Leroy lived under a tree that grew over a rock. This was the idea place from Leroy to live since other conditions were not conducive to his health. If he lived atop the tree the heat of the day in the middle of the summer would cause him much trouble and out side of the tree the wind and rain might cause him to melt. This is all due to the fact that Leroy is a Gummy Bear...

Devotional is coming got to log out. Thanks for reading.

Monday, April 13, 2009

... Are you sure you want to be doing this? When have I ever had anything useful to say? Honestly, is this the best use of your time. You could be reading a story about a gummy bear that decides to become a wizard to free his friend Clark Bar from the clutches of Zero and his gang of Necco Waffers. Well, I'm sorry that that story does not yet exist. But don't worry I will soon bring it to you to help you from reading other pointless dribble, like my blog.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

A little Polka in the Park

Well, I thought I would tell you all that this last Saturday was amazing. Conference was great! and I got to spend time with my sweetheart like all day. We went to Salt Lake City to spend time with Randi's sister and brother-in-law. While there, Randi let me teacher her how to polka and we polka-ed through the park back to her car. Wonderful time together!!!

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Shoes and Feets of Strength

I just wanted to let everyone know how uncomfortable my feet felt as I walked to school today. I am all dressed up for an in class presentation so I wore my dress shoes. They normally are pretty good unless you wear them all day long, like I will be today, but I had only worn them for about a few minutes before they started to hurt. I think it was my socks. I know that sounds weird; socks are supposed to be comfortable and these were not. So as I walked to school my feet hurt and I put in the effort, the strength to get me where I am now, school.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Why are you still cutting onion?

Hey y'all! I'm doing great, except for the dreaded finals that are creeping up on me like a toddler after a doughnut left on the table. It makes me wonder; what should I learn to make my life better? So far I have come up with the following: how to deep fry a turkey, how to drive on the left side of the car and how to take in a suit jacket. Any suggestions?

Thursday, March 5, 2009

If you are ever asked to solve all the world's problems...

... don't. Please refer that person to me because I have already take to time to solve all of the problems in the world (with the exception of the too many peeps problem, ONCE a year is fine!). Anyway, I'm just trying to keep up with the Jones, although I think we are on different interstates.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Oh no, two in one day...baby steps, baby steps

Hey, I just want to let everyone know that democracy is in jeopardy and there is not much Alex Trebek can do for us now (unless he wants to reveal his true identity). The California supreme court (lower case because they don't deserve capitalization) is about to hear a case that might lead to the nullification of Proposition 8 (the marriage protection amendment to the California Constitution). So a majority vote placed the amendment in the CA constitution that limits the definition of marriage to just heterosexual relationships. This was done in response to the CA supreme court claiming that a previous bill on the same issue approved by CA voters a few years earlier was unconstitutional. So what did the state do? They stuck it to the man (to be fair it was two women and two men that they stuck it to). In November of 2008 the state of CA put the marriage protection clause in the constitution (try and call that unconstitutional). OK so now opposition of Prop 8 says that because it was a huge change (not really just going back to where is was a few month earlier) that it should have gone through the legislature first and because it should be nullified. Hmmmmm, let's see, a majority of the state decides to make a law because four people don't like it. Now we take it back to those same four people to ask if it was ok to make. Uhh, where are the checks and balances? It looks like the Judicial system could rule our country if things go one way. Why do I say this? To ask you to remember our CA supreme court in our prayers, so that they might be fair to democracy. Well gtg... I have a job interview to get to.

And as always don't mind the typos, I don't proof read often.

Just easing into things...

So I kinda forgot I had a blog for a while. Now, that I have been reminded by my good friends, I'm going through the 9 step program of blog rehabilitation. I'm on step number 5. It has been a difficult path but I think I am getting closer to accomplishing my goal of becoming a blogger once more. Hurray....(fade out)!

Sunday, March 1, 2009


Hey ya'll, I'm getting hitched.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

On the Blog again...

Sup? I just want everyone to know that if you get an outfit you can be a cowboy too.