Love them! Frodo, Don’t Wear The Ring.
June is nearly over, and I barely blogged! What can I say, most of it wasn’t blog worthy. But here’s what was:
Genevieve Gustafson was born! Two days before her due date. And what a sweet little angel face! Everyone seems to be doing well, and I predict the Gustafsons summer will be filled with fun and people flocking to meet the little girl.
Bible study for the summer has begun. I am very excited about it, and left the first meeting feeling like my spirit had been renewed. This is another Beth Moore study, Breaking Free.
We had our good friends Chad & Khara over for dinner & wii on Saturday night. I miss them! And they just live on the other side of Denver from us. But driving an hour to each other’s houses can be much. We’re going over in August to see their house and meet their puppy. We also totally sold them on getting a wii. Bwa ha ha.
Camping plans have been solidified. I’m very excited. The only bummer is missing out on Krolik time while they are here in Colorado, since the dates overlap. We still need to buy a few things to make camping easier, write out a camping list, and plan our meals.
So that’s all going on. Trying to stay cool, trying to keep kids amused, and trying to stay sane. I’m still finding time to read, so my brain isn’t turning into mush.
I know I usually end with a movie/tv show quote, but I wanted to share with you a quote from Anthony Bourdain’s book Kitchen Confidential.
(Tony’s opinion on garlic) Avoid at all costs that vile spew you see rotting in oil in screwtop jars. Too lazy to peel fresh? You don’t deserve to eat garlic.
I feel like summer has been kicked off already. We had a lovely trip to Steamboat Springs, my race went well (see my training blog for more info), and the weather was perfect. Right our weather is sitting in the 70-80F range which is great. I’ll be sad when it climbs higher, because then it’s just too hot.
What have I been up to? Not much. I have summer bible study coming up soon, which I hope I will be able to do. Like everyone else, I’m waiting for baby Gustafson to arrive. I am anxious to know her name, and to see Kevin & Ali become parents. I also (selfishly) am anxious for Kroliks to come back to visit. 🙂 Lexi is coming for a few weeks in July, and has graciously offered a few nights babysitting for us. July we will also go camping, for the first time in Colorado. I think we have our campground picked out, we just need to set the dates.
I need a haircut, badly. I’ve been putting it off for a long while (last haircut was August 2006), as I can’t decide what I want to do with my hair. I think I better commit soon, after all, hair grows back.
I finally finished watching Twin Peaks. I had never seen the entire series, and I got the gold box edition for my birthday. Now I’m bummed because it’s over, and I wanted to know my favorite characters go on to live a happy life. Sadly, this was not the case. Now I hope to plow through the disk of special features. On the plus side, this means I won’t be watching it before bedtime, and giving myself nightmares. Come on, Bob is scary!
I blogged a few weeks ago about my passport expiring, and you’ll be thrilled to know I got it in record time. Seriously, from mail date to Canada, to DHL delivering it to me, it was 10 days. Nice eh?
Now that my half marathon is over, I have my sights set on taking the rock climbing class at the Trails this summer. I might try and get a girlfriend to do it with me. I may never get out into nature and climb a rock or a mountain, but I do plan on using the wall at the gym for exercise.
I’m gonna close now with a quote from Big Daddy.
Nazo: I had a doll like that once but my cat bit his head off.
Julian: What kind of cat would do that?
Nazo: Are you calling me a liar?
A little belated for some, a little early for others, but best birthday wishes go out to Karen, Cindy, Laurel, Brooke & Mike.
Apparently this is my 1001st post. Whoo!
Here’s a silly song to make you smile.