December 29, 2010
This year Michael and I decided that it was time we get our own individual Christmas tree for our home. It's 6 1/2 feet tall and lacking in ornaments, but I still love it and had fun setting it up. Thank you Michael for picking up the tree, and thanks to myself for picking up the ornaments. As you can see from the pic's that I'm getting the bottom ornaments cause Michaels too tall to see that the bottom of the tree doesn't have any. lol. I still love you.
For this Christmas we got up early to go to the Fairbanks home. We ate a wonderful breakfast credited to Sally and Grandma Fairbanks. We got a lot of wonderful gifts which I'm very excited about and I know Michael is too. I've got a lot of reading to look forward to as well. We played Settlers of Catan, which we cut off early cause people were getting bored with it. You only need 10 points and I was at 9 on my last turn when that was decided. I am feared!!! Muah ha ha ha!!! So that was fun a well as the classic Tetris game that Daniel held the record of 124 lines. And I also got to play with Alexas hammies a lot. That was fun too!
Today I get to look forward to having the Johnsons come to our apartment. I guess they was to see the new place. Whateve's I'm excited to see them again. Merry Christmas From the Johnsons. I love Family!
December 21, 2010
Last night, Breann and I were at the mall to do a little Christmas shopping. As we walked through Macy's - to get the the main part of the mall - we both noticed a small, chubby boy (I won't mention his race) who had one of those cologne papers in his hand (the ones you spray the cologne on). We watched him as he wafted the paper, smelled the sweet cologne, then let the paper slide from his chubby little fingers and fall to the floor.
Now, this is the part that bothered both of us.
He was about to pick it up but realized that if he did, he wouldn't be as "cool" as he thought he was, so, bent over with only a few inches to go, he decided to raise back up and pretend he didn't drop anything. As Breann and I walked by him, I gathered up the "authority," turned around and let these 5 words slip from my mouth, "Uh, you dropped your paper" all while pointing to the fallen piece. He, I'm sure, felt extremely embarrassed and hopefully will pick up his trash in the future.
Long story short, if you drop some trash on the ground, be respectful and pick it up (mainly because you never know who's watching and is ready to embarrass you). :)
December 10, 2010
November 17, 2010
November 05, 2010
October 27, 2010
October 21, 2010
The place is messy. We own too much junk.
It doesn't feel like home yet. Due to the mess and lack of dinning room table and a much needed dresser.
It's smaller, but the space is more wisely used in this apartment design.
Storage unit outside above my covered parking is wet due to the rain, so that hasn't proven to be useful yet.
Love the washer and Dryer. Did I mention that already....
And on a different note. Michael and I are going to Universal Studios "Halloween Horror Nights" TONIGHT!!!! I'm totally looking forward to it.
October 04, 2010
October 02, 2010
September 30, 2010
September 28, 2010
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August 28, 2010
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July 27, 2010
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June 13, 2010
Yesterday, Breann and I decided we would spend a few hours at Universal Studios for our weekend date. Our date was going great like usual. We were happy, healthy, and having a great time. As we walked into the park, I felt something was off. After a few minutes of trying to figure out what was off, we decided to get into line at the House of Horror. At first I thought this attraction was going to consist of looking at costumes, masks, crazy horrific props used on film, and such, but to my surprise this was going to be an interactive sport.
As we were standing in line, two Asian ladies kept bumping into us. On a side note, if you've ever stood in line and had this happen to you, you'll know how annoying this typically is, but for me, I would have rather had them bumping into me for another 10 minutes than what was about to happen.
At the start of our "house of horror maze/spook alley," my eyes were initially drawn to the creepiness of the fully-decorated haunted trail. The walls were covered with thick spider webs. The floor was dark and dirty. A feeling of evil overcame me. Then it happened. The moment my freedom to choose...all came to an end; as if the constitution had been burned right before my eyes. Remember the two Asian ladies from behind us in the line?
"...and then all of a sudden, from out of the darkness, came 4, old, wet, dead hands which grasped my shirt in complete distress." The ladies, who had been "crowding us" in the line, were now FULL-ON holding to the back of my shirt for DEAR LIFE! They were trembling in fright as we moved through the "MAYBE BE TOO SCARY FOR CHILDREN UNDER 13" labyrinth. I was getting very annoyed with this. With every step we took, they took 2 more, squeezing me tighter and tighter. If I were a zit, I would have popped after the first squeeze. This was going on WAY longer than I thought it should have, so I quickly devised a plan.
The maze cleared open into a "viewing area" where the crowd could stand a little taller again and compose themselves from the "very scary" maze. With the two ladies still clenched to my shirt, Breann and I decided we would "pretend" to take a breather in this "intermission." The ladies let go of my shirt and decided to do the same. Not more than 5 seconds after THEY were amused with the "NOT SCARY ANYMORE" scenery, Breann and I sneaked past them and continued on the rest of the maze. At that moment I realized I was not going to let them hold me back anymore (no pun intended).
We finished the maze and never saw the ladies again...but that day will forever haunt me.
June 09, 2010
June 07, 2010
May 18, 2010
May 13, 2010
May 07, 2010
Oh by the way, I lost to the "got rats high and cut their heads off and got their brains" girl. I will admit I cannot compete with that. Sexy really has been redefined. Oh, boy. I just laugh about it. (She's on from 1:45-1:53 if you're interested in the comparison they made.)
May 06, 2010
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April 12, 2010
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March 24, 2010
March 09, 2010
Greek (TV)- Extra Interviewed Candidate
That Noise (Music Video) - Creepy Girl Presenting Gun
I'm working on getting into film work in acting and I've met some cool people along the way. One of which was at the music video Maria Olsen whom I'm very excited to ask her all of my questions as she accepted me as a friend on facebook. She's quite efficient as you can tell from her IMDB. (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1864017/) Catch you later, I need to book myself some auditions.
February 12, 2010
He NEVER lets his mouth hang open! He was pretty out of it.
February 04, 2010
February 01, 2010
Side Notes about investigation: Is it odd that I happened to be wide awake from 3am-6am, and the burglary started from 3am-about 4am? Is it also strange that the car that was stolen was the wife of the only other person that had his car broken into besides my car? Is it not also strange that one must have a garage clicker in order to get in or out of the gated garage? What about the fact that the manager is hesitant to help us in some way in regards to the incident, but Catherine is totally helpful? Hmmm... maybe I should start my own investigation... MUAH HA HA HA!!!!
(Don't worry, the police have picked up on all of this information)
By the way, I'm not going insame.
MUAH HA HA HA!!!!!!
January 31, 2010
January 30, 2010
Friday morning Breann was awoken to the sound of a police officer pounding on our front door. Apparently, someone had broken into her car and stolen everything from inside, including a $3 bottle of lotion. The culprit has yet to be found but in case you were wondering what the car looks like right now, you can take a look at a few of the images shot at the scene of the crime:
Now, you're probably thinking, "Why didn't they steal the entire car if they had the guts to steal her lotion??" Well, they were too busy stealing someone else's car and breaking into 2 other vehicles. Apparently, due to the fact that there aren't many available jobs now, people have resorted to stealing possessions that retail at nearly $3:
Well, the way I look at it is this...our car wasn't stolen and neither one of us were hurt (except me - Michael - I was emotionally damaged when I found out that not only did they take the lotion, but they also took our brand-spanking-new bag of unopened Costco trailmix!) The nerve! But we're fine now. It's just a matter of time before this happens again, and when it does...we'll be ready. Our car will be equiped just like the one below:
Now, actually, I don't think we'll go to extremes (such as above) but we are thinking of getting a car alarm. But all is well. We're still as much in love as we were when we got married, if not, more. Thanks for listening, I mean, reading.