March 8, 2009
Lots of pretty pink envelopes were handed out today in church. Because pink is synonymous with Relief Society. Or is that just crazy talk in my head?
Here are my small-budget invitations for our upcoming RS birthday party. In an attempt to fancy up my painfully simple invitations, I scored these envelopes at Borders where they were ringing up at the register at $1.00 per pack of 8 (obviously some type of mistake and obviously something I took advantage of) and designed mock mailing labels to go on the envelope face.
I wish I can share what we’re doing exactly for the party, but I don’t want to ruin the surprise for the few ladies in my ward that occasionally visit my blog. But the theme is decidedly very “birthday.” Meaning games, cakes, balloons, decorations… I love parties.
February 27, 2009
And the La Brea Tar Pits
February 27, 2009
But I want him to stay a baby forever.
February 23, 2009
Humor me. Just humor me, okay?
So I quickly (and thus, very badly) Photoshopped these two images together while Kai watched Curious George this afternoon. I love the RPatz. I love her. And in my mind, they make the perfect couple (pale, tall, brooding, can actually pass for vampires…) Visually, I wanted to see if it would work, hence my photo manip. In conclusion, I think I am a good matchmaker.
And I am the hugest. Dork in the world.
February 21, 2009
Are you excited about the Oscars? I am. Enough to drive down to LA on Saturday and shove our way through the crowds at the Kodak Theater just to glimpse the red carpet. For what it’s worth, we did kid stuff too, like the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar pits and a Disney Hall drive-by. Though Kai was vocal about not wanting to leave all the Oscar hoopla. That’s my boy.
And our timing was right, because…
We saw Tim Gunn! I love Tim Gunn and all his Gunn-isms. I wanted to yell “We miss Project Runway! Make it work!!” but didn’t. Because that’s just dumb. And I felt bad enough gawking at him and taking his pic. Look how he scowls at us.