Showing posts from June, 2007

Another One Bites the Dust

Steve got married last night. I don't know if I really have anything else to say about this. Here are pictures. The first is one of Steve that I took a couple Christmases ago as blackmail... hahaha. The second is of him and Tanya cutting the cake. So, Bukran is the last one left of my apartment nine boys, and he soon will be taking a trip down the aisle. Life is funny. Yay for all of them. I love you guys. No matter what, you four will always be my boys, and you'll always be my favorites, and I love you all, even Tote... who can't even stay long enough at his friend's reception to say hi to his sister...

I'm So Glad When Daddy Comes Home

I think they need more songs about dads... Anyway, its Father's Day. So I am posting about my dad, because he is the coolest.
Look at him, coolness simply oozes from him. I know I know, you're jealous, and... you should be. Let me tell you some things about my dad. First of all, he is the smartest man I know. He tries to be all modest about this, but really dad, you're not fooling anyone, we all know you're a genius. Second of all, he is hilariously funny. Don't be fooled by his quiet exterior, the man is funnier than anyone else I have ever met, and believe me, I know some pretty funny people. Third of all, he is quite the entertainer. Ask any of my siblings, they will verify this fact. Ward variety shows... he should always be the MC. He usually isn't, and we all concur, nobody is as good at it as he is. When I was younger I was astounded by the fact that my dad could manage to sound like anyone that was singing on the radio. Seriously, one second he was Elvis…

I Love to See the Temple

Yeah, they're pretty cool. In all honesty, I've never actually been inside the Boise temple, but we did take pictures there, so I thought I'd add it.

Okay Todd, Bring on the Comments

Well, I didn't think I would be posting for awhile. But Todd promised to read this one twice, among various other things... so here it goes.
I live with a Deaf girl... sort of. She was Deaf all her life, and still is really... anyway, she has a cochlear implant, so she can hear now, more or less, but she still is Deaf. Her name is Aubrey, and in the past month I have learned a great deal about people from her. You see, she reacts to what people say and do far differently than I ever would. This may seem normal, and is on some level, after all people are different and therefore react to things differently. Sometimes however, her reaction is so extremely different. She divulges information from her life to people she hardly knows, things I probably wouldn't even tell my mom right away, because its just that personal. Additionally, she sometimes gets really offended by what someone says or does and when she tells me about it I think, hm, that doesn't seem like a big deal to me. …