Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Monday, December 22, 2008
friday: running late, i had to be at lauren's school at 2:00.
i ended up leaving work not at 11:30 but at 1:00, due to problems at work and payroll issues.
but got all that done and headed home. oh, CRAP! gotta go get the grocery list for Pops.
so i ran home, changed clothes and headed to Rabideaux's meat market.
then hurried to get gas and off to lauren's school, for the Christmas party.
left there and got home to finish packing and load up stuff.
fred called and said he had to work late....everyone left early, but him and a semi had to be unloaded......and he was bitchy cause i was running late....HA.
so we leave the driveway at 4:00 sharp. ON THE ROAD.
we get on the interstate and hit a major jam at the I-10 bridge....15-20 minutes lost...but we got thru it! smooth driving thru beaumont and great time on Hwy 90 west of beaumont.
then we are on time and doing PERFECT till...........
liberty, texas. 6:10 PM
WTH? the traffic was stopped. not just a crawl but STOP!
i take HWY 90 to houston, due to the fact i hate houston I-10 traffic, and really on a friday evening. so we wait, and wait more...45 minutes later, still not moving and waiting, fred has to potty and i call dad, we have to back track a bit and go to I-10 from liberty, via another small highway.
but it can be done...( I NEED A GPS)
so on the dark, curvy road, boom, there is I-10...yeah! WOO HOOT!
so on to the interstate and heading west again.
we drive maybe 10 miles and OH SHIT! another stand still, by this time i am so sick of this trip.
there , we sit again. not a wreck , but from 5 lanes to two....
so we chill out and make it.
finally 610 loop! getting there.
there is I-45 north, we can make it!
i turn on the radio...what ya know! it's a station out of liberty texas.
the jam on hwy 90, was BAD! at 6:05 PM a lady was crossing the 4 lane highway and got hit by a car. she died at the scene....HOLY CRAP! fred kept saying, thank God we stopped in beaumont to potty and then the traffic in lake charles, that could have been us.
we got to dad's, it took 5 hours....normally 3 on a good day.
so my brother and his wife and their 3 kiddos where there already, they came from dallas.
so wonderful to see those kids again...i did not realize how much i missed them till then.
we woke up saturday morning and ate breakfast. then took the kids to chuck e cheese.
5 kids in CEC....crazy.
got back to dad's and opened gifts!
Nate my cute nephew is 2. dad got all the kids these huge Mickey and Minnie mouse stuffed figures.
nate opened his and looked at it and said" look! Chuck E Cheese!"
he is a riot.
lauren got a cupcake maker deluxe and could not wait to get home to "cook".
fred got a gift card and some "cute" blue mickey slippers....
i got GUITAR HERO! Aerosmith version with TWO controllers!
we left Sunday early afternoon...got home and started to unload.
something was eerie...no barking.
WHERE IS COOKIE!?!!!????
fred walked out and no cookie. his cable runner had snapped and he was gone!
i was pissed, IDIOT dog.
i unloaded the car, got lauren settled making cupcakes and headed out in the dark, cold night, to look for the idiot dog.
oh, cool, i hear barking, that hound dog bark that only cookie could make....across the street.
i drove down the driveway and headed east.
the house diagonal from use has a huge shop. cookie (idiot dog) was standing at the door barking his head off....
i yelled his name! COOKIE! (idiot dog)
he came, i opened the back door and he hopped in .
got home , cleaned him up and put him in his caged area.
then feed lauren. as i was washing clothes, fred came in an asked what i was doing...
he laughed. " i thought you would be dead to the world , playing GH."
me: " oh yeah! (idiot dog)
so i unpack the guitars, and hook it up.
for hours....i played, finally talked fred into playing....yeah, you know what....he kicked my butt.
so that means i have to practice and practice.....i will beat him.....
so over all it was a great weekend.
and Christmas is coming!
note: will post pictures later...
Thursday, December 18, 2008
today my goals are to complete payroll and scheduling for next week.
get home and start packing. gather gifts and make plans for cookie to be feed this weekend.
friday: complete work duties. be outta here at 12 high noon and head home to finish packing and go to get dad's grocery list done. go to lauren's school for the christmas party at 2:00 and have fun doing that... then get her and fred in the car and make the 3 hour trip to h-town.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
and inside the box was this FABULOUS piggy....so patti like!
and she also sent lauren some moose poop! (that is all gone this morning)
thanks potti! she is perfect....and will be on my piggy tree next year, but this year she is showcased on the big tree....
see you in march buddy!
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Monday, December 15, 2008
i feel like crap-o-la.
stomach cramps, the feeling like a flu type illness is coming on.
i could vomit on demand if i would let my self do it.
oh, sickness sucks. my vision is hazy also... slight fever, mild chills.
lauren was sick thursday , so i guess it's my turn
Friday, December 12, 2008
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
i just sit here , day dreaming.
i love christmas. my second favorite holiday in the world.
i love traveling to my dad's and seeing lauren get excited about seeing her cousins.
i love the christmas mornings, waking lauren up and tell her SANTA came last night.
seeing the sparkle in her eyes is awesome.
i love giving gifts and seeing the reaction of my good shopping skills.
i love the smell of HAM in the oven and tasting that sweet slab of meat.
driving around looking at the lights on the houses, can't beat that.
hearing the salvation army bells when you step out of your car in a packed parking lot.
the crying kids in the toy department wanting toys, and crying when momma says, Christmas is coming soon.
Tuesday, December 09, 2008
Monday, December 08, 2008
Use the first letter of your name to answer each of the following.
They have to be real places, names, things . . . nothing made up.
And you can’t use your name for the boy/girl name questions.
WHAT IS YOUR NAME? Lori
Four Letter Word: Lazy
Boy Name: Larry
Girl Name: Lillian
Occupation: Labor coordinator
Something You Wear: Lingerie
Something Found in a Bathroom: Linens
Reasons for Being Late: Lauren
Something You Shout: Loser
Friday, December 05, 2008
Thursday, December 04, 2008
played by jackson rathbone
played by ashley greene
Wednesday, December 03, 2008
dr. carlisle cullen played by peter facinelli
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
Monday, December 01, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
easy. no clean up, no left overs to figure out what to do with.
then we went to robert's mom and dad's. very relaxing.
enjoyed the afteroon with friends.
but today, friday after, i sit her working, well at work.
D is off to spend time with his family and all the other tech's, well i guess they are home.
but me, sitting here reading more of step. meyers website, chilling.
messing with my blog and checking out face book friends.
i changed my "tunes" here to relect my moods with the books...
and i want badly to go to washington state to visit town of Forks.
just to see and get the feeling of completion.
these books have affected me in a great way.
now to get ready for christmas.
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
a beautiful day in Louisiana.
so, my little world is doing good today.
better then Monday, well, Monday night at least.
and i think i have O.C.D.
i knew i was a little nuts, but really i knew all along. the scrap booking stuff.
why have all that stuff? will i ever use it all? likely not.
the knitting, a newer hobby.
will i knit enough to make use of the 50 lbs. of yarn i bought?
now reading ....i love to read, my imagination takes me off to far away places, to places where dreams flirt with reality, a nice place to escape. but sometimes those "escapes" tend to make me doubt reality.
so i am cool...taking each day as it was meant to be.
trying to get rid of my thought regarding the last books i read...the TWILIGHT SAGA.
i hate to say it, but wow! those books drew me in like crazy. great books no doubt.
the movie? eh...not what i wanted, but good for those that will newer read the books.
so that's it....turkey day is less then 12 hours away.
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
nothing else matters right now.....
new moon- the second book in the series...i started it today at 11am i hope to finish it thursday AM at the latest.
then i will start freaking over lauren's birthday parties comming up
Friday, November 14, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
i get obsessed too easy
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Spain literally means 'the land of rabbits.'
There are no natural lakes in the state of Ohio -- every one is man-made.
The Eisenhower Interstate System requires that one mile in every five MUST be straight. These straight sections are usable as airstrips in times of war or other emergencies.
Antarctica is the only land on our planet that is not owned by any country. Ninety percent of the world's ice covers Antarctica. This ice also represents seventy percent of all the fresh water in the world. As strange as it sounds, however, Antarctica is essentially a desert. The average yearly total precipitation is about two inches. Although covered with ice (all but 0.4% of it, i.e.), Antarctica is the driest place on the planet -- with an absolute humidity lower than the Gobi desert.
In the Sahara Desert , there is a town named Tidikelt, which did not receive a drop of rain for ten years. Technically though, the driest place on Earth is in the valleys of the Antarctic near Ross Island. There has been no rainfall there for two million years.
Monday, November 10, 2008
anyway, had a great weekend in houston...
lauren enjoyed her self trickertreating.
it was a nice night to do so also.
my step sister is doing better and she got lots of great gifts at her shower that sunday.
the election is over, i shall leave that be.
fall is here and the leaves are turning....but no rain still, i have to water every day..that sucks.
happy late birthday to my dad! his birthday was friday and he turned 30 years old...
this week will be a long one....lauren is off tuesday and fred might take the week off...
i have been knitting like crazy....
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Monday, October 27, 2008
Thursday, October 23, 2008
i have so much to do this weekend....
friday night~ lauren has a birthday party to go to at 5:30 till...i get tired of sitting there.
saturday~ normal cleaning the house and shopping, then another birthday party at 3:30 to 5:30.
sunday~ church and go eat, then work on the yard....good times....
we are all looking forward to going to houston next weekend for halloween....
and my step-sister is having a baby shower that sunday...crap that reminds me to go look at the registry....
have a great thursday ladies and gents.
oh, it's getting cooler outside.....yeah a low of 48 degrees tonight!
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
the clinic called and told me that i would have to pay the $30.00 left that i owe on my deductible and then 40%. wow! it's been 7 years since i met my deductible....
i am just trying to de stress this morning before the test.
and cheri p, i can see it all fine.. :shrug:
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
1.gun control-John McCain believes that the right of law abiding citizens to keep and bear arms is a fundamental, individual Constitutional right that we have a sacred duty to protect. We have a responsibility to ensure that criminals who violate the law are prosecuted to the fullest, rather than restricting the rights of law abiding citizens. Gun control is a proven failure in fighting crime. Law abiding citizens should not be asked to give up their rights because of criminals - criminals who ignore gun control laws anyway.
2.agricultural policies-America's agricultural industry is the best in the world. John McCain will expand access for U.S. agricultural producers to foreign markets, providing a great and lasting benefit to American farmers. He will work tirelessly to ensure our farmers receive fair prices for their products.
3.homeland security-Senator John McCain believes that the highest priority for any President is protecting the lives of American citizens, defending their personal freedom, and securing our land and resources. John McCain has the experience to insure that this priority is put into practice by the hundreds of thousands of dedicated men and women who serve their country in homeland security positions every day.
4.national security- The most sacred responsibility vested in a president - the commander in chief - is to "preserve and protect" American citizens. John McCain has the necessary vision and unrivaled experience to command the United States armed forces and adapt our nation's defenses to the demands of a changing and dangerous world.
5.the economy- A pro-growth, pro-jobs strategy to get our economy back on track. John McCain's strategy includes taking the near-term actions needed to provide immediate help to American families while also taking the longer-term steps necessary to secure America's economic prosperity and leadership in the world.
EKG, chest x-ray and i will have a ECG tomorrow...
i will know more once that ECG is done. the doctor thought he heard a murmur.
so i wait....
now on to the political point i want to make this week....
“Mark my words: It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy,” Biden told the crowd. “The world is looking. We’re about to elect a brilliant 47-year-old senator president of the United States of America. Watch, we’re going to have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy.”
“He’s going to have to make some really tough - I don’t know what the decision’s going to be, but I promise you it will occur. As a student of history and having served with seven presidents, I guarantee you it’s going to happen,” he said.
wow JOE! and your this man's pick for VP!
and then you have colin powell now backing barry...and they say it's not about RACE? my ass.
powell is just as liberal as john mccain....and yet the race card comes up.
then you have this SPREAD THE WEALTH socialism.....total bull shit.
i will be damn if i will work to help some lazy ass on wellfare....get a job! earn your keep.
okay, rant over for now....plus i have to watch my stress level....
and GH26 created a new banner! WOO HOO! just check the spelling...LOL
Friday, October 17, 2008
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
and lauren is a drawing nut!
look at Sheldon plankton and lampy from veggie tales larry boy cartoons
check out a layout i did for the weekly challenge at scrapwhispers....on my scrappy blog
Monday, October 13, 2008
not enough sleep this weekend...
fall fest at lauren's school was great on saturday.
then we headed to Sam's to get some meat.
sunday went to a friends to watch the saint's game and play washers...too much BECK"S is not a good thing on a sunday night.....
i am kinda blah today and if i get that flu crap this is going around i am gonna be upset.
fred had it two weeks ago and it worked a number on him.
and now it rains.....i love the rain.....
Friday, October 10, 2008
Thursday, October 09, 2008
Wednesday, October 08, 2008
Monday, October 06, 2008
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
i mean my thinking was to stay...no big deal...but there is always
that little voice in the back of your mind. the storm could shift,
it could come here.
they put a curfew up at 10am friday morning to 6am saturday...dang!
so we packed up and headed to lafayette, more like Breaux Bridge.
and camped out friday night. this was the sky friday about 6pm.
we were under tornado watches all night friday and all day saturday.
we kept in contact with family in houston and in iowa. friends called
to check on us and it was nice to talk to someone...
saturday i had a bad case of cabin fever so we went to walmart, just to pass time.
thank goodness all three of us love to color in coloring books...
so we decided saturday we would go home sunday noonish.
so saturday morning we got up after a good night sleep and started to pack up.
we knew we did not have electric at home, but it's time to go face the music.
we left breaux bridge around 11:30 and filled up the tanks and got on the interstate.
it was hard to head back west toward home due to the fact of all the utility vehicles
in the right lane.
i was in awe at the amount of utility trucks headed toward texas....i lost count after 100
but from: MI, MO, VA, MASS, IN, and others.
i felt peace seeing those trucks and proud to be an american, were your fellow
brothers come to your aid in a crisis....aWESOME.
then i see this:
so we got home to see the damages.
tree limbs down, swing torn to hell, and the roof messed up.
water still standing.
then the real world hit.
plugged in the ice box and freezer.
got power monday around 1ish... life is good. i love were i live...but once in a while nature throws a fit....and that is okay.
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
i have a blog follower! hi jen K!
to ashleyS: hi friend! you and clayton are in my thoughts!
becks: check in girl! i miss ya
casshole: march is getting closer
christy: march? you need to come see me!
kristinS: how's the long dong wagon?
pottiH: how ya feeling?
cheriP: oh girl i was laughing my butt off at you last night! miss ya
terry: hi friend, old buddy , old pal
lorij: i know about you! LOL
monika: get that dress ironed!
the northern princess stacy: LMAO! it's close! months left but close.
Monday, September 08, 2008
Thursday, September 04, 2008
A= Attached or Single: ATTACHED
B= Best Friend: LORI
C= Cake or Pie: CAKE
D= Day of Choice: saturday
E= Essential Item: MY CELL PHONE
F= Flavor of Icecream: chocolate
G= Gummy Bears or Worms: worms
H= Hometown: iowa, la
I= Indulgence: chips
J= January or July: january IT IS MY BIRTH MONTH
K= Kids: ONE
L= Last movie I saw at a theater: the dark knight
M= Musician: jon bon jovi LOL
N= Number of Siblings: 5
O= Oranges or Apples: oranges
P= Phobias or Fears: SNAKES
Q= Quote: i am positive
R= Reason to Smile: hugs
S= Season: winter
T= Tag: who ever has not been tagged yet
U= Unknown fact: i horde
V= vegetarian or oppressor of Animals: i eat animals
W= Worst habit: shopping
X= Xray or Ultrasound: xray
Y= Your favorite food:Chinese
Z= Zodiac sign: Aquarius
Wednesday, September 03, 2008
lauren's first ride on a ferry...she enjoyed it.
riding the waves
i got tagged by the FAMOUS potti H.
i am so blessed to have this canadian coming to see me in march.
check out her blog! http://nannierocks.blogspot.com/
This is how it works:
(1) The winner can put the logo on their blog.
(2) Link the person you received your award from.
(3) Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
(4) Put links of those on yours.
(5) Leave a message on the blogs of the girls or boys you’ve nominated
OKay here are my blogs I read all the time.
1.) that lazy blogger christy......http://christy-paradise.blogspot.com/
last post was july 23rd!
2.)my sweet buddy from just north. ashley http://ineverimagined.blogspot.com/
i hope gustav's rains part your way soon.
3.) my southern pal....becky http://beckela.blogspot.com/
i miss you tons....
4.)my BFF lorij....where is she ay in the web world?
5.) ms. scrapfest....http://www.casadelesle.com/
6.)my friend in IT-LEE http://lesliestamps.blogspot.com/
7.) and the old grouch http://oscarisms.blogspot.com/
Friday, August 29, 2008
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Here are the rules:
*If you are tagged, you must firstly post the rules:
* Write 7 strange characteristics about yourself. They interest us all!
* Tag 5 other people at the end of your Post.
* Visit everyone that you have tagged and leave a comment on their blog to let them know that they have been tagged.
So here are mine.
1. I have to have a cherry coke or coke everyday or i get headaches
2. I love alone time
3. I want to have all my girlfriends over for a weekend
4. I love love winter.......it is my favorite season.
5. I love pigs. DUH?
6. I would love to meet michael phelps one day
7. I really am trying to be postive this week
Monday, August 18, 2008
Friday, August 15, 2008
BEIJING (AP)—Michael Phelps collected the sixth gold medal and stuffed it in his warmup jacket. No time to even savor that one as he rushed off to swim again.
It was just No. 6, after all, equaling his haul from Athens in 2004.
The most important ones are still to come.
Phelps made it 6-for-6 at the Beijing Games with another world-record triumph Friday, his bid to take down Mark Spitz and the grandest of Olympic records looking less suspenseful by the day.
The American hung on the lane rope in a familiar pose after winning the 200-meter individual medley but showed little emotion other than raising his left arm when his time of 1 minute, 54.23 seconds flashed on the board—more than two seconds ahead of the next guy.
With that, he quickly moved on.
“The next two races are pretty important,” said Phelps, whose sixth world record in China erased his own mark of 1:54.80 at last month’s U.S. trials. “I have to conserve as much physical and emotional energy as I can.”
He’s already the winningest athlete in Olympic history with 12 golds—he also won two bronze medals in Athens—but his sights are on eight in Beijing.
Spitz won seven golds at the 1972 Munich Games. Phelps has two more events to remove any doubt he’s the greatest Olympian ever.
Ryan Lochte tried to pull off a daunting double, going against Phelps just 29 minutes after winning the 200 backstroke. He couldn’t keep up, though he did hold on for bronze. Laszlo Cseh of Hungary picked up his third silver of the games—all of them trailing Phelps.
“It’s not a shame,” Cseh said, “to be beaten by a better one.”
When the official times were posted, Phelps extended his right hand to Lochte in the next lane. The friends shook hands and patted each other on the head.
Later, they yukked it up on the medal stand before Phelps hustled off to grab his racing gear; he had to come right back for the semifinals of the 100 butterfly.
“I switched from my dress sweats to my parka, shoes, threw my cap and goggles on and then they pushed us on out. No time,” he said. “The medal was in my warmup jacket.”
History can’t wait.
A half-hour after winning another gold, Phelps was second-fastest behind Milorad Cavic of Serbia in the 100 fly, setting himself up to tie Spitz’s record in Saturday’s final. World record-holder Ian Crocker of the U.S. bounced back from a disappointing swim in the prelims to post the third-fastest time.
“There wasn’t much time,” Phelps said, “but I think there’s going to be a lot of time for me to rest over the next 18 hours or so, and I’ll be able to be ready for tomorrow morning’s 100.”
If all goes according to plan, Phelps will get No. 7 in the fly—his signature stroke—and have the coronation Sunday in the 400 medley relay. The Americans are always heavily favored for gold in that one.
Nevertheless, he’s taking nothing for granted, especially in the fly. Crocker has the best time ever (though it was three years ago) and Cavic looked strong in both the preliminaries and semifinals.
“It’s never a relief,” he said. “Tomorrow is going to be a tough race. For me to be a player in that race, I have to be closer at the 50. If I’m not, then it will be tough. I was over a body length behind at the 50 in the prelims and came up a bit short, so I have to be there.”
Still, he showed little signs of tiring from the grueling schedule. He’s already raced 15 times and has two more left—both going for gold.
“I actually don’t feel too bad now,” Phelps said.
That can’t be encouraging for those swimmers who’ve come up with all sorts of amusing theories for Phelps’ dominance. He’s from outer space. He’s come back from the future in a time machine. He’s some sort of human rocket.
The official Xinhua News Agency dubbed Phelps “the American superfish.”
For those who believe Phelps might be using more illicit methods to produce these times, he shot down any speculation about doping.
“Anybody can say whatever they want, but I know I’m clean,” said Phelps, who took part in a special U.S. anti-doping program that subjected him to additional, more sophisticated testing. “People can question it all they want, but the facts are the facts. I have the results to prove it.”
Lochte got quite a consolation prize for his loss to Phelps: a world record and the first individual gold medal of his career in the backstroke. The laid-back Floridian edged teammate Aaron Peirsol in 1:53.94 to break the mark he shared with Peirsol.
“I touched the wall and was like, ‘Thank you, finally,’” Lochte said. “It felt good the whole way.”
Lochte was known as “Mr. Runner-up” for his frequent second-place finishes to Phelps and Peirsol. Then he stunned Peirsol at last year’s world championships in 1:54.32, before Peirsol matched the time in beating Lochte at the U.S. Olympic trials last month.
Lochte got Peirsol back despite a problem with his LZR Racer.
“My suit came undone after the first 50,” Lochte said. “I was just trying to control my legs.”
Lochte couldn’t tame Phelps, however, which would appear to leave Crocker as the last man standing between Phelps and his destiny.
A thoughtful, 25-year-old from Maine, who loves to cruise in vintage cars and jam on his guitar, Crocker is now trying to go down in history as the man who stopped Phelps.
“You can start by not worrying about what everybody else thinks,” he said. “Nobody knows what I’ve really gone through in the last eight years and what has gotten me to this point, besides myself and a few people that I know well. So it’s my own personal deal at this point.”
Peirsol won the 100 back in Beijing, but failed to match his backstroke double from Athens four years ago. He earned the silver in 1:54.33, while Russia’s Arkady Vyatchanin claimed the bronze.
“That’s the theme of the meet. You have to break a world record to win. I gave it my all and I had nothing left,” Peirsol said. “I’m very proud of what I’ve done. Ryan swam well. He earned it.”
Phelps’ win was the 21st world record set in swimming during the Olympics, with two days left.
Two days that could make history.
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Lunch: 1 pound pasta, 2 ham and cheese sandwiches, energy drink (1,000 calorie)
Dinner: 1 pound pasta, 1 large pizza, energy drink (1,000 calorie)
this is a typical daily intake of phelps.....
finally race Saturday live across the country...NBC giving serious consideration to airing Saturday's prime-time Olympic coverage live in all time zones due to Michael Phelps' potential 8th gold medal. This would allow full network to show race as it is happening. Otherwise, West Coast viewers would see it three hours after it takes place. Final decision may be made late Thursday night EDT.
i think that is great.
secondly: while watching the semi heat #1 last night, i was pulling for Ryan lochte. why not, he is a great swimmer. he came in first in his heat.
then semi heat #2. Phelps is out. again i am pulling for Michael.
but then it hit me, they will have to race against one another.
the media is a hound when it comes to over doing things.
yes i "love" Michael Phelps, but the reporters are retarded. yes i said retarded.
they ask other US team members about Phelps, why not ask them about themselves.
so Michael's last two races will be soon.....i will be pulling for him.
he has to race Ryan in the IM and then after that he must fight Ian Crocker off.....
history in the making.
side note: i saw Michael Johnson on TV yesterday.....i remember that moment he raced like it was yesterday........
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Monday, August 11, 2008
had a great time and enjoyed spending time with the family.
dad took us to IT'Z, a rather cool indoor amusement park...little pricey.
then chuck e cheese and then to the pool for a dip and out to eat at willie's.
we watched the Olympics.....i enjoy the Olympics.....
and then traveled home yesterday.
short trip, but loads of fun.
i will upload pictures later.....
and we planned a trip for labor day weekend....
not always the case, some people or a team would take the negative and turn it positive....
the Frenchy's talked smack telling the world they would SMASH the Americans...
so how does it feel today? to have to eat your words?
that was the most gut clenching relay i have ever watched....we were down and up and down and then Jason Lezak hits the water.....that guy was on fire........
congrats guys, i am so proud that you four are part of the American team...