Sunday, August 31, 2008
so we just got our house resided and painted. we got this red door about 2 yrs ago and paid WAY TOO MUCH for it. c said we had to keep the red door when we got the house redone. well....we are painting the door green too. bc our house looks like a christmas tree!!
but they did great work and we are happy with it. the bushes need to be cut and we need fresh pine straw but other than that i actually like my house! NO MORE HOLES IN THE FIREPLACE!! no more wood peckers in the front door frame! WOO HOO!
Saturday, August 30, 2008
playing in the water, look at her shirt. she is really into stickers right now!
look at this sweet pony tail! she will only keep these ponies in her hair for about 10 minutes. enjoy!
mags and her anna!
how about these shoes!
notice the little heel! :) hehe!
saturday at monkey joes!!
Thursday, August 28, 2008
"every day 1500 americans die from cancer. it finds us in our neighborhoods and our cities. our countrysides and our schools. but its a disease we must seek out and destroy. we have the brilliance. we have the technology. all we need is you. join us for a groundbreaking, nationally-televised event. sept 5 on ABC, CBS and NBC. this is where the end of cancer begins. go to standup2cancer.org or call 1.888.90.stand."
well my mom has metastatic breast cancer. she was cancer free from her 12 yr old breast cancer until 19 months ago. its back and it sux.
join me in standing up 2 cancer for my mom. friday, sept 5 @ 8pm will be a night where all of the networks ABC, CBS and NBC come together for one cause! standup2cancer.org. please consider visiting the website or watching that night and donating all the money you can to this cause. if you dont have someone close to you who has been effected by this horrible disease be grateful. because this SUX.
Read the mission statement from standup2cancer below. We are so close!
Here we stand, on the verge of unlocking the answers that will finally conquer the devastation that is cancer.
We now understand the very biology that drives cancer. With knowledge gained from the mapping of the human genome, we can now target the genes and pathways that are involved in turning normal cells into cancerous ones. We are on the brink of possessing a toolbox full of new, advanced technologies just waiting to be adapted to benefit patients. Right before us, so close we can almost touch them, are scientific breakthroughs in the prevention, detection, treatment and even reversal of this disease.
For the first time we can envision the possibility of stopping cancer in its tracks. But just when science is on the verge of giving us the breakthroughs that can end cancer, the will and the funding to do so are disappearing from the national agenda and from our collective consciousness.
Cancer takes one person every minute. One life in a moment. They are our brothers, our sisters, our fathers and mothers, our husbands and wives, our best friends, our children, ourselves. Every day in America 1500 people die and yet the means to save them are literally within our reach. To wait any longer for someone else to save our lives and the lives of those we love is unforgivable.
Inspired to act by our own personal experiences with cancer, we recognize that we can no longer rely on the current system alone to give us the breakthroughs we need. So, we are calling on the public to help take matters into our own hands, investing in a revolution that will change the way scientist and clinicians work to understand and treat these diseases. Stand Up To Cancer is more than a rallying cry. It is a galvanizing force created to urgently move cancer research forward.
This is where the end of cancer begins: when we unite in one unstoppable movement and Stand Up To Cancer.
Working with the top experts in cancer research, Stand Up To Cancer is forging a new way to develop breakthroughs that will end cancer. We’re putting together the best and the brightest minds in cancer research – those on the edge of accomplishment – investing in their projects and taking the bureaucratic obstacles out of their way. We are building interdisciplinary “Dream Teams” of scientists, clinicians, technicians and other experts, who will focus on a specific cancer problem. We’ll track their progress in real time, so that everyone who invests can see how their participation is creating real change.
Funds will be administered by the American Association for Cancer Research, the largest scientific organization in the world focusing on every aspect of high-quality, innovative cancer research. Together with their scientific Blue Ribbon Advisory Committee, comprised of world-class scientists across several disciplines and patient advocates, the most promising projects will be identified.
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Saturday, August 23, 2008
help, peas, beans, milk, coke, bath, aga (alligator), sheep, baa, moo, duck, dog, cat, meow, kitty kitty, horse, bull, giraf (giraffe), elphant (elephant), donkey, fish, bird, side (outside), door, truck, yeeyee (lily), banket (blanket), pcakes (pancakes), app (apple), mommy, daddy, nick, eb (ob ~ her gpa), becky, bekah, anna, school, green, book, nightnight, tv, vv (video), moose (her fav cartoon character, moose a moose), wow wow (her fav cartoon, wow wow wubzy), up, down, stuck, bar (granola bar), shoe, peepee, poopoo, za (pizza), cheese, more, again, tree, airpane (airplane), water, cup, baa (bottle), no no, yes, tankoo (thank you), chair, ice, ball, mema, pepa, eyes, ears, nose, teeth, feet...and the list goes on and on.
my favorite? i point to me and say whos this? she says mommy...i point to her and say whos this? she says MAGGIE!!! my mom taught her that. how fun! i will try to get it on video. so cute!!
Monday, August 18, 2008
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Thursday, August 7, 2008
if you have some time watch this video, if you dont get a little teary there is something wrong with you :)
so besides me and her daddy and her gma and ob of course. my daughter has a FAVORITE PERSON!!!
her teacher anna. anna was her teacher when she was in the baby room. mags got promoted to the toddler room a few months ago so she does not get to see her as much. however she loves her. mags finally learned how to say her name so now at night sometimes or in the car on the way home she will say, anna, anna, anna, over and over again.
last thursday night when we went to see george michael anna came over to hang with mags so we could go. as soon as anna pulled in the driveway mags was excited. when anna walked in the doors she walked over to her and hugged her for like 5 minutes. i am glad that they love each other!!!
Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Monday, August 4, 2008
tonight we took our little bug on a date to the mall. she played on the soft playground, then she rode the carousel with daddy, then she had dinner, then she rode on the coin operated cars, then she had dessert! good times for all!!
Friday, August 1, 2008
back in the day. and i mean WAY back in the day.
so last night my hubby took me to see him in concert at philips arena. i wont even dwell on the fact that the ticket said "no opening act, show starts at 8pm prompt" and he started at 8:45! but man was it worth the wait. he was amazing. his stage was incredible. and he sounded like he was singing off the records. his voice was so smooth!
he still has the looks too. he doesnt really look like he has aged at all!!
and he can still get it done like he did back in "Faith" days!
that was so fun!!
so what is the one band or artist that takes you back?