Monday, February 6, 2012

Me and My Weirdness / Uh the VOW

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We all have those little things that make us weird.
Right now you're probably like "lightbulb" about the things that stand out about you.
If so, please do share!!

I am so weird about my ears...
I like to take warm baths, and put my head under just enough for my ears to get in the water and then feel the air be replaced with water and the bubbles that pop in my ears I just love it!

Is that just the weirdest?

And then, of course, I get out and swab, even though I know how bad it is for your ears. Just feels so good.





Best part of my day: That the sun is out, and good music is playing. Thanks TBS!
Worst part of my day: Flippin hugest zit on my chin. Yuck!


So with the house thing, we already had a scare. Someone else had an offer in on it, but they backed out.. HOOLLLA!!! We know today if they accept it or not!!


Oh have you heard the story about Josh Powell who blew up his house with him and his children in it? Its huge news here in Utah, cause he murdered his wife a while ago but there was no proof. He makes me sick. Literally so many deserving parents unable to have beautiful blessings and then jerks like him and he just does that. So upsetting!!





Guess what Ya'll!!! The Vow realeases, uhh, yeah, FRIDAY! I'm dragging my husband to see it with me. (I say dragging but he wouldnt go unless he wanted to, and he's going ;))


Who are you going with?

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4 comments:

Michelle P said...

I cannot wait until it comes out!

Alycia (Crowley Party) said...

I can't wait to see it either! hahaha I think I will have trouble bringing the hubs along though... we shall see!

Anonymous said...

I have to comment on the whole Josh Powell thingy. I too, spoke so poorly of him and expressed my dislike for the fellow. Though after all of this happened I couldn't help but think what if... What if he really didn't murder Susan? What if he has been telling the truth the whole time? Although I feel that it is highly unlikely that that is the case, I became increasingly ashamed of myself. In our country we stand by the notion that all suspects are INNOCENT until PROVEN guilty. The entire nation treated this man like garbage, based on our own personal opinions. Granted there is tons of circumstantial evidence, but over the last day I have been thinking that we all should've shown a little more compassion and shouldn't have been so quick to judge. In the end, whether he was guilty or not, it would have come out and he would have have to pay the price. Don't get me wrong, I am in no way a JP supporter and what he did to his children makes me so sick, but there is a lesson to be learned here. I just hope we all learn the right one, and that is to give people the benefit of the doubt and to refrain form bullying. I think it's fair to say that if the we all would have acted on the values that our legal system is based off of, then those babies would still be alive today. I personally feel Josh did kill his wife, but who am I to attack him and belittle him, especially when there wasn't enough PROOF to even charge him. He was a disturbed person and committed and unspeakable act. But he was a person. Anywho, I love your blog! Feel free to delete this comment! I really won't be offended if you don't feel it's appropriate for your readers!

Miranda said...

Can't wait to see the vow and not to start anything but I need to comment on something the person said above. I CANNOT show passion for a person (weather they killed their wife or not) who kills their children with a hatchet and a fire. weather he did that to his wife or not and was just misunderstood, no sane person will solve their problems with that kind of solution.