Sunday, December 28, 2008

Christmas Gift for DAD

My father is a wonderful man, and always had done so 
much for us kids.. Especially me this past couple of years..
He has been wanting a new TV so badly!  A flat screen 42
inch LCD TV.. 
SO my husband and I decided to do something my family
never had done for Christmas... Get a big GIFT!  We worked
hard at making sure it was a surprise... Mom worked hard
at telling him to wait for the TV and finding out what he 
wanted, and I rounded up my siblings to make everyone

It was the perfect surprise (of course a close second after
tell them we are having TWINS the day before!) and we 
caught it on video!

Friday, December 26, 2008


Some of you may already know the surprise, since word travels
fast, but I figured it was also very blog worthy our news.
Monday, the 22nd of December, Adam and I went in for our 
first ultrasound at 18 weeks.  We were both super excited as
most parents would be....

Comfortable on the table with the fun blue gel on my belly,
the ultrasound lady started doing her thing.. Nonchalantly she
said, "Well, there is two in here"!  Both of us I think close to the
exact same time said "WHAT?"  She continued to show us that 
there are indeed two little babies in my ever growing belly.
We are quite certain she assumed we knew we were having twins
as she was just so matter of fact about it..  What a shock that was.
I immediately went into a bit of a worry seeing how sick I have 
been, that feeding one baby would have been hard let alone two.
However, she calmed my fears and told us everything looked 
great, and they were both the same size and weight.. Each at 
8 ounces right now.  

So the question most people have, is what are they???
Well we don't really know 100%, and that is the truth.
She took a good look between the legs and did not see anything
on either one of them, but they are quite small still and she said
the next ultrasound in January we would be able to tell for certain.
The other question in mind is if they will be identical twins or not.
Well they are in separate membranes, but there is only one
placenta, so the chance of having identical twins is quite high still.
We will find out more with our next ultrasound.  With twins I will
be going for an ultrasound at least once a month for the next little
while, until they see how things are progressing.

It really was a shock for both of us, but we are very excited in many
ways.  We walked around that say and for that matter, still just 
looking at each other and saying TWINS!!

On another very happy note....
I am feeling SO much better.  I think I am over the worst, and it 
would make more sense seeing how I have been carrying two that
I have been that much more sick!  
It was entirely exciting to be able to eat Christmas dinner, 
and keep it all down.
It was all I wanted for Christmas, and I got so much more.
Mine is a life truly blessed.

Thursday, December 11, 2008


I know it has been a long time since I have posted, and I would say
I have not had time, but that certainly is not the case, it is more
that I do not do anything at all... It is rare I leave the house, and
when I do it is not anything too exciting..

I have been put off work since the end of Novenber and unless
I start feeling better it will be until the end of my pregnancy.
Thankfully I have a great sick program at work for short term
sick leave, so I am not left high and dry and am still bringing
home money.

It has not been easy being home every day doing nothing.
I sit and watch TV, watch movies, read, knit.. The less I move
the better I feel, which is hard. I feel like my muscles are
going into atrophy, just going up the stairs makes me winded..
Not a lot of fun.

I should not be complaining all the time, and I wish I could
say I am one of those women who LOVE being pregnant but
that is not the case. I have another appointment on the 19th
and we shall see just how much more weight I have lost,
hopefully I will have stopped going down too much more,
though from how I look and feel I can say I have lost more
weight, which sucks.. I am keeping "some" food down, but
not a lot of variety.

My 31st Birthday came and went without a lot of fan fare..
We did manage to get out on the night before. I had purchased
tickets for James Blunt months ago before I ever started getting
sick and was determined to go to the concert. My body was
kind to me and I made it through the concert and did not throw
up until I got out into the parking lot. The concert was so
Entertaining.. He sings with so much honest passion and I
loved it.

My husband has been wonderful and takes amazing care of me.
He does EVERYTHING around the house, including the grocery
shopping, dishes, laudry.. cleaning.. He does it all.. It is wonderful.

So nothing all too exciting to report..
I am home all day long...
Looking forward to enjoying the Holidays the best I can.

Friday, November 14, 2008


I KNOW it has been forever since I last posted.

Here is what I have learned in my first three months
of pregnancy...

- You can be totally excited one moment and the next
wish you could curl up and sleep away the next 6 months.

- You can eat as much of something you have loved your
entire life and in a matter of 3 minutes later wish you had
never even known what the food was.

-You can loose close to 15 pounds and still have baby be

-Walking into the kitchen can be very dangerous

-My cat loves me and stays close by when I am extra sick

-Watching my belly start to look pregnant is very exciting

-How wonderful my husband really is

-Some days showering is my highlight!

-No amount of distractions will stop your body from 
throwing up when it wants to!

-That having ONE really good 24 hours was completely
cruel to my mind..

-I can still live and throw up 15-20 times a day for weeks
(though some days I did not want to)

-It is possible to drive and throw up (just not easily)

-How quickly you can love something which makes you
so sick and acts as a Parasite (as my pregnant friend Angie
keeps saying)

-No matter how sick I am I love when my husband kisses 
my belly!!

-How amazing an IV feels when you are dehydrated

-A cracked rib is perhaps one of the most annoying and 
painful injuries I have ever had!!

-A night I don't have to get up to go pee is a little treasure!

-Just how crazy my sisters were to do this 7 times while 
being this sick

Here is to hoping that the next three months are a bit more
pleasant and my list can divert away from "sick" to happy and
excited and LOVING being pregnant.  I am excited to be
pregnant, but I certainly am not loving being pregnant.
I think that was one of the break downs I had... I've wanted
to be pregnant for so long and now that I finally am... well 
I think many of you understand.

Sunday, November 02, 2008

Jazzy Turns TWO

I know I am really behind at posting, but I am lucky some days
to get out of bed, let alone take the time to post my daily
happenings, which are not too interesting these days unless
you find talking about sleeping and throwing up interesting.

So Jazzy has turned 2..  It is hard to believe she is only 2 with
all she says and does.  We just had a small get together with a
couple of her friends and some family.  

We also told Jazzy that I was pregnant.  She seemed to 
understand and said the baby was playing hide and seek.
We are going to try to prepare her for a baby as she is very
much the centre of everyones attention and I actually am a 
bit nervous for the transition.

Here are a few photos from her birthday...
She LOVES dragons, and absolutely loved her little people

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Baby Update

So for any and all of you wondering how the little baby is 
doing.. According to the doctor today, much better than mom
is.  I am on a higher dose of diclectin, which might help me
throw up less, and sleep more.  I have not been sleeping well
and it is taking its toll on me.  I've lost 8 pounds since I got
pregnant, which I suppose is to be easily understood when 
most of what I am eating does not stay where it should.

However, she did tell me today that there is only one little
baby in there, so any hopes for twins is gone.
I won't have my ultrasound until 18 weeks, so we should 
know hopefully by Christmas what we are having.

She also put me on a regular schedule at work.  Right now I 
work rotation which has me all over the map for times.
Some weeks I work 8 am, some weeks 2 PM, other weeks like
next week, 6 pm.. So bascially every week is different.  So right
now, I am not to work past 5 pm in hopes that a regular 
schedule will help me sleep more and get me feeling better.

I'm still crossing my fingers it is only for the first trimester,
in which case I am 10 weeks and do not have a lot of this left.



So while I was down in Utah with my sisters I was really
lucky to be able to see three of my old roommates from
the wonderful, fun days of Ricks College.  It was so great to
see them all and get caught up.  I stayed out way to late for
my not feeling so great body, but it was well worth every

So I finally got around to scanning a couple of old photos
of the ladies and I.  I recall thinking about how little they 
all have changed, and realized aside from adding a husband
and some children, really we have not changed all that much.

I have so many fond memories with these girls.  I could have
posted 50 pictures which just make me smile and laugh.  
I think about how much I thought I knew myself back in those
days, and really how wrong I was, and how much these ladies
helped me learn more about who I was.. I am so grateful I 
can still call them a part of my life..
So Thank you ladies...

Before (and I have to warn my after photos are not the best)

JoJo, Christy, BKay,
April (in Front), JaNece
Well and then Moi!

Friday, October 10, 2008


So for all of you who might not already know, I am
down in Utah visiting my family. It has been an
interesting trip thus far seeing how I've been very
sick with this pregnancy. However, the pills are helping
quite a lot and as long as I get enough sleep (and by
enough sleep I mean like 12 hours a day) then I can
I'm down in Springville now, so if anyone is around
drop me an email.. I no longer have my US cell phone
so just send me your number or email and we will
be in touch...

Tuesday, September 30, 2008


I was being very hopeful that I would somehow inherit my
mothers type of pregnancy... IE really enjoyable with no
sickness or nausea.   Total disappointment...

It has happened this week..
I have been nauseous for the past 4 or so days just about 
the entire day except for the mornings I feel great.

Yesterday I threw up twice which was actually a welcomed
experience, even if one of them was in the grocery store.
Today though, it is just the nausea ALL DAY long.  I have 
decided I would rather throw up a few times a day and not
have the constant nausea all day long.

Hopefully it will pass as time goes on.

My husband is wonderful and very willing to do anything
he can to help me feel better, or provide me with relief 
from typical duties.  I am so lucky to have such a wonderful
man in my life.

How long did your nausea last????

Thursday, September 25, 2008


Its been very exciting thinking about being pregnant and 
thinking about creating a new little life together.  Though
the little baby is about the size of a bb pellet, my mid 
section says otherwise.  I've been talking to mothers at
work and anywhere I can because it just does not make
sense how much my normally mostly flat stomach already
seems to have become "visible to me" (like I have put on 
weight to anyone else).  I have not gained any weight..
Though I've already had to go out and get a new bra and
I have two pair of pants I can still wear because they sit 
really low.  So mothers out there.. Did you start showing
early (like hello I am only halfway through my 6th week)?

So far though I have been admiring the changes my body
is going through.  I never though it possible for a chest 
to be as sore without having been sick there repeatedly..
The fatigue is getting better, but the partial insomnia is 
not.  I get tired get to sleep, wake up about 4 am of course
to have to go to the washroom, and then that its.. I can't
get back to sleep.. I toss and turn for the next two hours 
until I'm so exhausted I get back to crappy sleep for 
maybe another hour or so..  Any suggestions??

All in all, it is exciting.. We know we are still really early
which is why my husband takes great care of me making
sure I eat really healthy and take all my vitamins.  

For those of you who don't believe my belly could already
be there ... Here is some proof..

Wednesday, September 17, 2008


OK So lets face it, I tried to figure out a way I could 
possibly wait to tell my friends near and far, but that 
is just not going to happen.  We are just too excited..
So yes, if you did not figure it out from the Title, we 
are PREGNANT!!!!
We really did not expect for it to happen this fast, 
but we are more than excited..
We have a long way to go, but we are enjoying every 
minute so far.  Even I am enjoying almost every minute.  
I have not been sick yet!  I am holding out hope that I am 
not.  My sisters were both really sick, but my mother 
was not for all 5 of us, so here's to hoping.  The only 
thing I have been having to deal with, is the crazy 
fatigue.  A regular day at work has now turned into 
what feels like 15 hour days. I am sure we will keep 
you updated regularly...

I am heading to Utah to visit my sisters Amie and Bess 
in October, so they will give me the ins and outs of 
what I can look forward to and not look forward to.  
Thankfully I have free long distance for the US because 
they might get sick of me calling them.

So for now Adam keeps me healthy and kisses the little 
baby inside me.  He is such a wonderful husband and 
person in so many ways.  I am so excited to share this 
experience with him.

Another wedding photo for you all...

Sunday, September 07, 2008

Jazzy Dancing To show her love of Football

So today is when it all starts..
My am married to a man who loves football.
Thankfully for both of us, I too enjoy sports, though I was
never a Pro Football fan until last year after we went to a 
Patriots gave live at Gillette Stadium (with awesome seats).

Jazzy who also "loves football" (or at least wearing just the
little jersey around) showed us today her enthusiasum for
the sport.

This is my first time trying to upload a video to the blog and
we are on a Mac and things do not seem to work as easily as 
they should sometimes.


If anyone wants to share with me how to get the "youtube TV" 
in my blog great.. If not.. Please click the link for the 

Wednesday, September 03, 2008


OK so I promise this is my last post tonight.
I just had to tell everyone how much I love my 
husband.  This is not to make up for having a good
laugh at his expense, it is really because he truly is
just that wonderful. 
I know there are adjustments to being married, and
for me the hardest (like most people) is having someone
in what used to be only my space.  The only place I don't
seem to have an issue with is how wonderful it is to be
able to wake up to a man I know loves me every morning.
What better way to start the morning and end the day..

So last week I had been rescheduled to nights at work.
So Adam would get home from work about 530 ish and I
would go into work at 530.  It certainly did not make the
first full week back to work for both of us very exciting.
We both really missed going to bed at the same time 
together, and seeing how I did not get off work until 2AM
he was not waiting for me.
We made the best of it though..
One night I decided to leave him a little note in magnets 
on the stove.. which simply read LOVE U
I got up in the morning to this....


I wonder who had the camera the most???

Terrible With Food but Wonderful with Love

So my husband is one of the most "intelligent" book smart guys 
that I know, and aside from his charming personality, it was one 
of the reasons I fell for him from our first conversation.  
However, as the relationship progressed I realized that he was 
lacking perhaps a few skills.  I easily blame most things on his 
being an only child.. We have some good laughs at his expense, 
but he is a great sport. They seem to lately revolve around food.

Saturday night my friends Stephanie and Deborah and I went out
to the Opera Bistro and had a great evening.  My husband who 
was already uptown for an appointment joined us about an hour 
into the meal.  Stephanie had the Fillet Mignon which came 
with too much sauce for her delicate stomach.. So we all 
tried some.. 

The conversation went like this..

Jenny:  That is very tasty Stephanie, Adam try some.

Adam:  OK!  Wow! That is really delicious Sheep..

Jenny:  Thats funny and proceeds to laugh thinking he was being

Adam:  No really isn't fillet Mignon, Sheep.

Jenny:  Laughing too hard but realizing not everyone has had 
             fillet mignon, so really common mistake :)

Adam:  I thought it tasted a lot like beef

Jenny:  Still laughing extremely hard... 

He is such a great sport..
He has never knowingly had fillet mignon

Number 2

Tonight I decided to make Ham and scalloped Potatoes
Adam had a meeting after work and came home to all
the smells and said he is hungry and looking forward to
ham, scallops and potatoes..  I just giggled and thought it
was easily understood how he would think that...

Putting aside his perhaps small knowledge in the kitchen
thankfully he is not a picky eater and would have waffles
every night for dinner if I so choose to make them.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Presenting Mr and Mrs Adam McKim

Well at least here is a few of the wedding photos.
I will have them more organized and put on my facebook
or somewhere else at some point, but I know many of 
you have been requesting to see at least some of them.
So here you all go.
We have been given all the photos and I have been playing
around with some of them.  I am new to the IMac and I
am more familiar with Adobe Photoshop and I do not 
have it on this computer... SO my editing skills are not so
much skills as of yet.. Just having fun 
with them..
In no particular order...

Thursday, August 21, 2008


Sorry I have not posted in a while..
I SORT of have been very busy...
I will post soon about the wedding and the
Just getting everything in the house organized.

Thank you to all who helped, and came to enjoy the
wonderful experience with Adam and I.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

An Obituary For Someone We All Know

I got a good kick out of this.... Hopefully you will too

London Times Obituary

An Obituary printed in the London Times........

'Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend,
Common Sense, who has been with us for many years.
No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth
records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.

He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable
lessons as: Knowing when to come in out of the rain; why
the early bird gets the worm; Life isn't always fair;
and maybe it was my fault

Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies
(don't spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies
(adults, not children, are in charge).

His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned
but overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a
6-year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a
classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash
after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly
student, only worsened his condition.

Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for
doing the job that they themselves had failed to do in
disciplining their unruly children.

It declined even further when schools were required to get
parental consent to administer sun lotion or an Aspirin to a
student; but could not inform parents when a student became
pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.

Common Sense lost the will to live as the churches became
businesses; and criminals received better treatment than their
victims. Common Sense took a beating when you couldn't defend
yourself from a burglar in your own home and the burglar
could sue you for assault.

Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman
failed to realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled
a little in her lap, and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.

Common Sense was preceded in death, by his parents, Truth and
Trust; his wife, Discretion; his daughter, Responsibility; his son,

He is survived by his 4 stepbrothers;

I Know My Rights

I Want It Now

Someone Else Is To Blame

I'm A Victim

Not many attended his funeral because so few realized
he was gone. If you still remember him, may want to pass this on.
If not, join the majority and do nothing.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008


So I normally do not pass along (or receive them) these type of
posts, but I was reading some of them from my friends and I
thought it would be neat (for lack of a better word) to see what
memories people had of us together.

1.  Leave a Comment on my blog.  In the comment, recall one 
memory that you and I had together.  It doesn't matter if you 
knew me a little or a lot, anything you might remember!

2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog and see how 
many people leave a memory about you.

So dust the cobwebs off the old memories and surprise me 
with something you might remember...

Saturday, July 19, 2008


So I got an IPHONE 3G...
I debated but mostly for only one reason.
I have my cell phone through Rogers, and Adam has his
through Alliant.   WELL - Rogers is the only carrier in Canada
who is going to be carrying IPHONE's for a while and well as
much as I wanted an IPHONE (and I do love her) Adam I am
sure wanted one more.. We are waiting for the family plans to
come out and for him to find someone who would like to take
over his amazing plan with Alliant he has had for YEARS.

SO for the time being, I am nice and let him play on mine.
I love it... I really should not love it as much as I do... but I do.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008


It is amazing how fast time goes by.
I cannot believe it is only one more month, 30 days, 
before Adam and I get married.  Some days I cannot
contain my excitement and the other mornings I am still
sleeping and as soon as I wake up my excitement returns.
Things seem to be flowing along nicely.  A couple hick ups 
but all in all I am a very calm bride to be and feel like I have
a decent hold on the planning.  Today the RSVP's are due.
I actually am quite happy that I will not have track too many
people down to get their meal choices.  
Adam is gone during the weeks this whole month of July
finishing his Masters, and though it has been hard to have
him away, I have plenty to keep me busy with the planning
and my own work.  We are both looking very forward to the
Honeymoon in Hawaii.  We are staying where they call it

I am also very excited to have my sisters home with me and
to now have them stand with at the ceremony.  Sadly my
brother will not be able to get home as it is a long way from
Korea to get here..  I have in my head just how things will go
and I am sure there will be a few things which will not go 
quite as smoothly, but regardless of how things go the end 
result will be just as I want it, me, married to my best friend.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Photobooth and Parents

On Thursday Adam and I had our parents over for the first
dinner. No, its not the first dinner we have had in our house,
but its the first time our parents have met. People might think
that only living 50 minutes from my parents and 2 minutes from
Adam's parents, that we would be able to get together plenty
often. However, with our busy lives that has not happened
until now. Things went great... The conversation never stopped
and the dinner though nothing fancy was tasty on the BBQ.
Just before leaving Adam wanted to show the Photobooth
pictures to the parents. Lets just say we all had a good laugh
at it. Tears rolling down my parents faces and I type of good

Just in case you can't figure out who is in the photos
1. Jazzy
2. Me (alien me)
3. Mom
4. Dad

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Coming Together

So MY house (technically it is still my house) ...
With much help from Adam is coming together.
It is looking more and more like home.. and I am enjoying
more and more coming home.

I am very proud of a few things..

1.  We put up my clothes line - I'll admit I was a dork in my 
personal excitement of a clothes line.

2.  I put in a garden.  I planted peas, beans (green and yellow)
Carrots, cucumbers, turnip, spinach, lettuce and pumpkins.
We shall see how it grows, but as you can tell from my photo
below something is growing great :) 

3.  We got a BBQ - I got it nice and dirty tonight cooking some
yummy lean sirloin burgers...

4.  My first Rose is blooming.  REAL rose.  Not wild roses.. They
are hard to grow around here but I thought I would try and to 
my surprise there is a beautiful orange rose blooming.. How did
they know Orange is my favourite colour?   

5.  My dining room chairs.  These things were not the easier to 
get my hands on.   Ikea - Gilbert chairs.  In the fall when Adam
and I went to Boston to a Patriots game we hit up Ikea down 
there and they were all out.  Shipping them was out of the
question due to shipping charges.  SO, when I was in Utah I 
checked and amazingly they had some.  I brought six chairs
back with me on my flights as my checked baggage.  Thankfully
the packaging was compact enough and light enough...

So here is a picture of the Living room.  The corner I am standing
in to take the photo is where the IMac is sitting.
My wonderful father made us the shelves.. We just need to 
figure out what to do with the middle shelves under the TV..

The other photos is of course showing off my love for my chairs.
The Dining Room.. We really like this room.. The sun is always 
very bright in the afternoon and evening...

So all in all things are coming together..


I "heart" our new IMac

First off let me tell you how different it is to talk in 
WE instead of ME...

So Adam and I did it.
We bought the new IMac.  She arrived sooner than we thought 
and though the FedEx guy missed us at home, we were quick to
drive across town in rush hour traffic to pick it up.  We were
actually right behind a FedEx truck and contemplated waving 
him/her down to see if they had our parcel in there.

We are so excited.
Of course we did the first thing anyone does when they get their
new IMac... We played on PhotoBooth.  Too much fun.

So here she is...
We are still learning all about her, but it was love at first "Isight"

Tuesday, June 17, 2008


Granted I have been home from my Utah visit for about
a week and a half, but I had to say how enjoyable my
visit was... I got to finally see my new sweet little niece
Hazel...  She loved me :)  It had been over a year since I had
been down to Utah, and it was a much overdo trip.

I had a great time with my 7 nieces and nephews.
Went to Lagoon with Samuel, Alina, Cameron and
Cray-Cray .. They had a fun time watching their Aunt
Jenny scream her head off on the roller coasters.

I am a terrible aunt and really only had my camera out
the first day..

Henri was a bit shy with me at first, seeing how long it has
been and  how young he was when he last saw me.  
However, he warmed up quickly which was fun.  

I must say he made me tear up when I was leaving.
I spent some time down in Springville with Bess and Micah
and the kids, and then up to Roy with Amie and Gary and 
the kids.   When Henri realized I was not coming back with
them to Springville he asked me if I could come because
"I always misses you Jenny".. Lets just say I melted...

I wish both sisters would just figure out some way to come
live closer to me.  I miss them and the kids way too much.

Its amazing how much he looks like Bess.... 

Saturday, May 24, 2008


I would assume most of you who actually read my blog, know
I have been working what I thought would be a great way to
have more time with my fiance and friends, turned out to
just be a disaster for myself and my mind and body and sleep.
I am not referring to some recent addiction to drugs.. Even
WORSE.. I have been on 6 months of over night shifts.
Going to work at 930 pm and getting off at 6am has not been
my best friend. I sleep - but never all that great and the
weekends when I am off I drag my feet the whole time trying
to adjust my body enough to peel myself out of my most
comfortable bed for church when my body knows full well I
should be sleeping soundly. I'm not sure if I have learned
anything new in Sunday School the past while and I think the
children in Primary wondered why I was not my overly
happy self to be with them teaching Sharing Time... (No
worries I was still very much perky and happy to spend my
time with them).

All this to say that tonight (and I suppose there are benefits
like times when it is not busy and I can add a blog entry)
Is my last over night. I was extremely excited I had to share
my excitement... SO, seeing how I love Ice-cream. I decided
what better way to celebrate than picking up a Dairy Queen
Ice cream cake?

I will sadly admit mine did not have a TNMT on it..
Instead it was full of pretty lavender flowers.
My co-workers were more than happy to share in my cake
and my enthusiasum for my finaly night.
I have had fun working with the over night crews who for
the most part pick this schedule because it works for them.
I however, miss my day friends.
So next week I am off to Utah for a quick visit to my
family and to be a part of my dear friend Paul's wedding
to his beautiful bride to be Lindsey... then back to work
during the day time hours..
So not only will I be super happy to be on a normal
schedule.. I think my fiance (I KNOW) he will be more
than happy... My Cat - though he sleeps all the time anyway.
My running partner and Matron of Honour Stephanie -
I've been good the past while going at 6am for a runs at
the nature park, but it will be so much nicer to do so when
I'm rested and not dreaming of sleep...
My Sunday school teacher so I might be more attentive..
God, because lets face it my prayers after my over night
shifts ended many times with me waking up with a kink in
my neck asleep...
My neighbours, because I might be motivated more to
dig the weeds out of my flowers and finally getting around to
painting my front door..
Last but not least, my stomach.. Its been confused for 6
months now when it is suppose to be hungry and when it is
To all of you who work the "graveyard" shift and do not wish
to.. My deepest Sympathy
To all of you who enjoy working the shift - You are nuts..

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Wedding Dress

So curious minds have been inquiring if
I have my dress...

So here is my dress...
And before anyone even asks..
NO - I am not wearing a tiara...

Shoes - orange flip flops