Gwenny and I would be some pretty high priced Geisha's if you ask me! How fly are we?
Please notice the green sign. . . . . whoops I hope nobody from maintenance crew sees this!
My Double wide feet in the sand!
I tried to get his parasoule in as many pictures as possible!
"When will my Reflection show, who I am inside. . . . . "
The Quincy crew which now consists of Kent, Stace, Meredith, and Sheena (and sometimes Adam) has provided us Mo-town folks with a lot of entertainment!
Gwen, Mary Reed, and myself hit up Q-Town a couple friday's agao for one of their Hometown football games (it was awesome and by awesome I mean not!)
And after words we hit up Stace's Home where we came across this. . . . . PETA members beware!
This is Stace is his security garb with a few friends!
They must still be in the process of mounting this one!
When I grow up I want a display like this on my entertainment center!
Gwen ain't no cowardly lion!
Here Kitty Kitty Kitty!
Here's Kent with his Game face on!
This last Monday for Family Home Evening, the ward Fam did this crazy thing called Geo Cacheing and apparently it's a big deal all over the world, but it's basically this big treasure hunt people with GPS systems do. I guess you bury treasure measure the coordinates of where you hid the loot and post it on the internet, so people can plug it into their trackers and find it, here's some of us at one of the locations where some stuff was hidden over looking Moses Lake at Connelly Park.
The Lake of Moses!
Gwen and I. . .what a view behind us huh?
I'm not gonna lie, this last 3 weeks have been kind of sweet, I get to sleep in, watch ridiculous shows on MTV, not shower until the late afternoon! It's been like a little vacation, and by the looks of it, probably the last large chunk of time I'll have to do or not do whatever I want, for a while! So I'm really gonna attempt to cherish these last few days I've got until life gets busy again! Don't worry though, no matter how crazy things might get, I'm about 99.9% sure I'll find time to blog! So, until next time. . . . .