Sunday, February 27, 2011
Friday, February 25, 2011
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
I know...I know technically I am done with school so this post isn't exactly a school daze post but it is relavent about my future. Now that I am getting ready for state boards I have been thinking more about the kind of room I would like to work at (in...at...in?). You know ... inviting but not too homey, classy but not uptight, clean but not a hospital ... so I looked around the web and these are the kind of rooms that are getting my creative juices flowing.
(some of these prictures didn't have names to the spas)
alittle small but I like the colors
Monday, February 14, 2011
Now before you begin to panic and start commenting reponses of condolences let me explain. I used to - before my Mr. came into my life - half heartedly celebrated Valentine's Day. Some how this holiday always seemed to fall short on the romance meter but I never really wondered why. So one day - or several days - I really pondered the question "Why don't I LOVE this holiday ... I like flowers, candy and kisses?" "Why do I approach this day of love with such anamosity?" And I figured it out! It's not romantic. Somehow pressuring - not by me but by society - a guy to creatively profess his love for me is not romantic. Or getting me the same flowers, candy and dinner on the same day that a trillion other women are getting theirs isn't romantic to me. I just don't get it. And frankly I am too special to treated as if I am "like every other woman". I have often have said that if my husband wants a divorce all he needs to do is come home with a box of chocolate and bundle of flowers on Valentine's Day. This even goes for the children. So there is no, non, niet Valentine's to be celebrated at my house! Now mind you I AM NOT anti-romance. I am a girl in every way and we girls LOVE our acknowledements of endearment. But ladies define what you find to be romantic.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Things that happened on that day:
Buster Douglas KOs Mike Tyson in 10th for
heavyweight boxing title.
heavyweight boxing title.
~Calvin and Hobbes Comic Strip on that day.
~Paula Abdul’s “Opposites Attract” leap-frogs
Michael Bolton’s “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You”
to top the new Cash Box singles chart,
knocking Rod Stewart’s “Downtown Train” to Number Three.
~"The Bradys" premiered on CBS.
~"Golden Girls" then "Columbo" were on NBC tonight.
~"Hard To Kill" with Steven Segal opened that weekend *yawn*
~"Hamlet", "Cry-Baby" and "Dances With Wolves" came out that year.
~As you can see you were, without a doubt, the best
thing that came out of that year :D
*Love you to the moon and back*
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
I got a small box in the mail from a dear friend from Wisconsin right before Christmas, guess what it could be? Well, if you said books you would be right (and I labeled this post correctly *giggles*). She is an avid reader and sent me some books that she thinks I would like and I am excited to read them. So now that my holiday(s) craze is over and my life is almost back to normal (and since I didn't receive any new Patterson's books for Christmas *tears*) I decided to read "The Scarecrow" - now this is my first Michael Connelly book and so far so good but then ... again ... I am on page 65. I know better than to compare authors but he seems to have a similar writing style as Patterson - by showing us the viewpoints of both the criminal and the main character. I like that I get to see why/why not something accured and how it affected the other character. Maybe that is why I didn't care for "Werewolf" because it is too one dementional. My goal is to read this book before my 42 B/D which is in April *giggles*. Wish me luck.