Thursday, January 19, 2012

It is Random Picture Day!

Hello Blog World!

It is a big day here today. The official kick off of the show choir season for our high school teams is tonight. Big excitement for sure. We are having a fundraising dinner and then all three teams will perform. It should be a great night. I have checked, double checked and re-checked my to-do lists some more and I just need to leave it be for a while because everything I can do is already done. I have to cool my heels until later when it is time to gather my army of parent volunteers and get to work. 

While I am trying not to stress about what needs to happen later on today, I am getting a few things off my non-choir to-do list. One item on my list was backing up my phone and clearing off the pictures. It is entertaining to see what I have snapped photos of that I have forgotten.

We got to go see Wicked this fall after Emily sang in All-State Music Festival. It was so good. I don't think Cameron ever moved the entire show. He was totally enthralled. He now knows every word from every song in the show.

This little guy sits on my microwave. Don't know where he came from, but he is cute so he stays. 

This is the view across from our house. It is lovely all year round as it changes with the seasons. Unfortunately they are developing this area now. It will soon be full of houses and not lovely fields.They will be sorely missed.

I was trying to complete my Bible study and the dogs were fairly sure I should be getting up and letting them in instead. They utilized the staring and looking pathetic method.

This fall when I dug up my gladiolus I found this plethora of baby glads. I found it fascinating. God's workmanship never ceases to amaze and delight me. 

In November I blogged about using our blessings to help others. Here is the carload I delivered to a variety of places. I really should do this more often! I could do it again and not miss a stitch of it.     

My friend Cindy made little snowmen for us for Christmas. It has a Hershey bar in it. Totally cute. 
This funky flower was at the San Diego Airport. Remind anyone of Horton Hears a Who?
This was the restroom sign at Legoland. Cracked me up. I am so easily entertained. 
I don't know who snuck in and took this photo of me napping in the sunshine. 

Well, that was fun! I appreciate you hanging out with me for a while and keeping me occupied. Better go tackle another item on the to-do list.

Have a super day!


  1. Those dogs looking so pitiful sounds like our house, we have the same thing only they not just stare they whine and even bark like a seal. The sad part is one is 16 years old and the other one is 13 years old so we do tend to feel pity for them. Our luck they will live to 20. (the last four dogs and cats were between 17-20 years old) oh and the 16 year old dog has old age dementia we named him Old black dementia dog, (Obdd) he forgets everything.

  2. Those dogs can be SO pathetic, too. Amazing the antics they create to get what they want. Our Shi-Tzu will lick the door. Ewww!
    I didn't know dogs could get dementia. Very interesting.
    Thanks for stopping by!