Friday, October 31, 2008


I love you, son.

In your time
The innocence will fall away
In your time
The mission bells will toll
Towering waves
Will crash across your southern capes
Massive storms
Will reach your eastern shores
Fields of green
Will tumble through your summer days
By design
In your time

Friday, October 10, 2008

A Day With Kori

Waking up.
Going downstairs.
Good morning Kati.
I got my ears pierced recently. Here I am doctoring them up.
Bible study.
With Ashlea gone a lot more this year, I have really started helping out a lot more. Here I am making breakfast for myself and my 3 younger siblings.
Now on to chores. Little kids are messy. This is what the school room looked like before my chore.
After. Seriously, what would Mom and Dad do without me?
Kati is folding diapers and Millicent is "helping". I'd better pitch in and help Kate get this done.
There we go.

I'm not really in time-out in this picture...but if I was, this is what it would look like.
Now that it's October I may have to pay closer attention to what I put on in the morning.
Now I am in the warm house reading my favorite magazine.
I am assigned to Millicent as her buddy. That means I help her with things like buckling up and holding her hand when she gets scared of our goats.
Mom is taking us into town. That's me in the back seat with Mill.

I took this picture of Kati and Asa playing at the park.

And for lunch...McDonald's...thanks Mom. Rest time with my buddy. I usually read her a few books and then once she's asleep I get some "me" time.
Me and the kids hangin' out in Kati's room.
Did I mention how helpful I am? Tonight Mom and Dad tried to have a date in the living room while I sat with the kids and watched a movie in Kati's room. Millicent wouldn't quit bugging Mom and Dad though, so we went to plan B.
Playing with Dad in the yard. First up...tackle the man with the football.

We can take him! Yes, Millicent in going after Dad with a baseball bat.
More wrestling. Dad had captured Mill and Kati. That's me behind him whacking him with a broom in an attempt to free my sisters.
Time for bed.
I usually do a little reading before I go to sleep.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Just Sayin....

Monday, October 6, 2008

Giving it up to New-Think / Giving it up to Ashlea

Back in June New-Think officially documented the following outrageous (in June it was anyway) prediction:

Dow Jones Industrial Average under 10,000 by June 2009 (probably before 2008 is over).

The dow dipped below 10,000 for the first time in 4 years at about 9 this morning.

Also, we went to the Oklahoma State / Texas A&M game this weekend. Great fun. Ashlea was admitted to the University while we were she'll officially be a 3rd generation poke next fall.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

The Genesis Plan

Click here for The Genesis Plan that will truly correct our economy and not just slap a bandaid on it. OR scroll down 3 posts where I have pasted it for your convenience.

If you wish to see this plan, or anything other that what you hear about in the MSM, enacted then you need to contact your Representatives TODAY (early and often) to tell them you will vote them out if they vote for ANY bailout that uses tax payer dollars. Don't forget to give them the link to the Genesis Plan. Ciao.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

A Thursday With Ashlea

Dad just woke me up. Time to take him to work so I can use the car today.

We're at Dad's work, so I'll be headed back home now.
Back home.
Morning Asa! How's your breakfast buddy?
Oh snap. Time to go....
....and I'm still in my pajamas
Headed to town to get my hair done.
After. Lovely.
Now I am in the University...for chem-lab.
Here's the lab.
Here I am with my sweet goggles.
Now I am leaving...check out my shoe laces.
Dad will be mad when he sees this picture. Not only am I speeding but I am taking pictures while speeding. That requires mad skills....
.....I had to hurry because Chicken Express was calling.
At Aunt Carol's now.
Hi Aunt Carol.

Take Anna and Mathan to Mimi's....
....before heading to my next class.

Finally home.

Time for sleep. I'm exhausted.