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Thursday, April 22, 2010@ 10:47 AM


Dear Lord, please keep open your gates and call St. Francis to come escort this beloved companion across the Rainbow Bridge.

Assign her to a place of honor, for she has been a faithful servant and has always done her best to please me.

Bless the hands that sent her to you, for they did so in love and compassion, freeing her from pain and suffering.

Grant me the strength not to dwell on my loss.  Help me remember the details of her life with the love she has shown me, and grant me the courage to honor her by sharing those memories with others.

Let her remember me as well and let her know that I will always love her.  And when it’s my time to pass over into your paradise, please allow her to accompany those who will bring me home.

Thank you, Lord, for the gift of her companionship and for the time we’ve had together.

And thank you, Lord, for granting me the strength to give her to you now.


Gardening for dummy

Wednesday, April 21, 2010@ 4:13 PM

The finished products:

Hard at work Hubby





Hiding the hose...

Hiding the AC

Before - Around the oak tree

After - Around the oak tree

    Just close your eyes and imagine how nice it will look after the grass is done too :)

An amaryllis bulb I planted last year that we thought was dead. Took this picture a few days ago, and now I have three beautiful blooms!

Planted this amaryllis last year, but it just now decided to bloom. We thought it was dead, but now we have three beautiful blooms!

Yard work :(

Tuesday, April 13, 2010@ 8:51 AM

I’m not quite sure why, but we got a bee up our bottom last weekend to work in the yard.  Lord knows our yard needs some work, but it really isn’t our thing.  Keep in mind, this is a huge work in progress…

This is what we started with: ugly, brown bark. Yuck. It was all gone about 5 hours and 10+ huge garbage bags later.

Shane was hard at work laying down our pretty red mulch.

He was able to fit 10 bags in the Sentra...

...The finished product (at least on one side)

These will be the next things to go next weekend. Decorative grasses are fine, but not for my front yard.

And I haven’t forgotten about the grass.  Oh poor grass.  I’ve gotten a few quotes for resodding so that’s definitely something in the works.  I know you can save a lot of money by doing it yourself, but there are some things I have absolutely zero interest in doing myself.  Laying sod is one of them.  (Roofing is the other)

Buying in bulk…?

Thursday, April 1, 2010@ 5:02 PM

In my afternoon web browsing, I came across this site that was talking about the do’s and don’ts of bulk buying.  While, for the most part, I agreed with them (don’t buy bread in bulk because it will go stale duh!) I have to politely disagree with them on the following:

Paper towels:  They suggest buying “generic” so-to-speak brands in order to supposedly save $23.51.  Then they go on to say that, “It may not be the Quicker Picker Upper, but it is the cheaper paper towel, by far.”  Is cheaper always better?  I don’t think so.  We have generic paper towels at work right now, and I can’t wait to get home to my ‘Quicker Picker Uppers’!  At home, my paper towels don’t rip when I pull them.  They don’t fall apart or shred when wiping liquids.  They don’t require 3+ paper towels to do the work of one.  In buying generic… your price may go down, but usage goes up.

Garbage bags:  “It’s a bunch of trash bags. It isn’t hard to buy these in bulk, and they’re obviously lightweight.”  Am I the only one that doesn’t necessarily want ‘lightweight’ garbage bags?  So I may be splurging on Force-Flex bags, since they really won’t hold much more than a generic bag, but it’s totally worth it because I NEVER have to pick garbage off the floor from a ripped garbage bag.

I’d post more but it’s time to go home…


Monday, March 29, 2010@ 12:22 PM

My parents got me a $50 gift card to Kobe Steakhouse for my birthday, so Shane & I went there for dinner last night.  It’s always been one of my favorites and I’ve gone there for years and years and years.  Usually it’s my birthday place ($15 off on your birthday)

Our chef had only been working there for a week, but he was amazing!  He wasn’t all that great throwing the knives and what-not around, but the food was seriously cooked better than any other time I’ve been.  I had steak & chicken, and Shane —–  get this —— Shane had steak, chicken, shrimp, and scallops.  I’ve officially named that the “Super Sumo” meal.

My main story comes not from the food or the chef, but from our fellow diners.  The second this foursome sat down, I looked at Shane and said, “These people are irritating.”

It appeared to be a mother, two sons, and the son’s wife.  The mother and the wife spoke zero English, so the son #1 had to order for everyone.  Mom and Son #2 on one check, Son #1 and his wife on a different check.  Son #1 wanted drinks but they were to go on Son #2′s bill.  Just a big mess.   He ordered for his mom, himself (including a shrimp tempura appetizer) and then said that his wife was just going to share with him.  She advised him they do have a plate-share fee.  He goes, “yeah yeah yeah I already know.  That’s fine.”  So she keeps going around the table taking other people’s orders.  He interrupts her to ask, “What was that plate-share fee?”  “$7″  “Ok”  {At this point I’m thinking that for just a couple extra bucks she could just order her own freaking meal & at least get the leftovers to take home}

They took literally 20 pictures.  You know the type.  Honey lean close and I’m going to extend my arm and try to get us both in the shot.

If you’ve ever been to Kobe before, you know they are very quick.  You place your order and then *wham* there’s your soup.  *kablam* salad.  *whoosh* chef’s at the table.  So the chef had just started to put the veggie’s down when his shrimp tempura appetizer comes.  He looks at the guy and says, “I ordered that as an appetizer.  The food’s here now so I don’t want it anymore.”  That just isn’t the way it works at Kobe.  They don’t hold up the entire table full of strangers because one jackass wants an appetizer.  (Plus some of the appetizers are cooked at the table, so you obviously eat them while the chef is cooking the main course)

He kept calling the waitress over.  Bring me more water.  She wants more plum wine (which they then complained was too ‘bitter’).  He wants more to drink.  At one point, the chef was elbow-deep in cooking shrimp and beef when he starts waving his hand and saying, “Give me more white sauce.”  He ordered his Mom’s with no noodles… when Chef was finished cooking the noodles & serving them to everyone else, the son says ”She decided she wants noodles now”

I could go on an on (and on and on) but I won’t.  I’ll finish with the pinnacle of their rudeness.  We’ve all finished our meals and are waiting for her to return with the checks when…  he starts picking his nose!  And I’m talking all-up-in-there nose picking.  He started with his pointer finger and then switched to his thumb.

I wish I were lying.