I was thinking the other day about one time when Erica and I were walking to the barn to milk. I was walking in front of her and she was throwing dirt claudes. One of the claudes hit me in the back of the head and I came unleashed on her. I was not happy and not nice!! Oh, I was so mean to her, I told her to go home that I didn't want her help. That probably could have been handled so much better. She really didn't mean to do it and I didn't even give her a chance to say sorry. So now I am. Erica you can apoligize for hitting me in the back of the head with a claude!! Just kidding! I will apologize to you for being so mean, that should have come a lot sooner!! Sorry for being so mean!!
Friday, April 25, 2008
For those of you who have been watching the news and may have wondered....
Some Mormon women sing... Some Mormon women dance... Some Mormon women write scary stories... Some Mormon women have lots of money and really great hair... I know hundreds of Mormon women. They do all kinds of different things and live all different kinds of lives.
This woman served as a leader in the Mormon church. She recently spoke to teenage girls worldwide. She encouraged them to stand up to peer pressure, strengthen their families and serve others. (Click here for more.)
None of the Mormon women I know look like this... None of them are marrying off their teenage daughters and-- although some may joke about wanting a sister-wife (preferably one who is really fat & ugly, does bathrooms and changes diapers)--none of them really want to share their husband with anyone.
Some Mormon guys can throw a ball...
Some Mormon guys yell at the ball... Some Mormon guys make scary movies... Some Mormon guys have a lot of money and really great hair... I know hundreds of Mormon guys. They do all kinds of different things and live all kinds of different lives.
This is one of the leaders of the Mormon church. Last Sunday he spoke about honoring women, especially mothers, and gave advice to husbands and children about how to treat the women in their lives. (For the whole story, click here.) None of the Mormon men I know look like this... The Mormon men I know are honest and hard-working. They don't cheat, smoke, drink or gamble. And TRUST ME....the last thing any of them want is another wife.
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Wednesday, April 23, 2008
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Monday, April 21, 2008
Not so sad as Mijken's goodbye's but I have to say goodbye to my shoes. I went out into the field to help the kids find a hole in the mainline to dig up and I got my shoes all muddy. Actually, everyone's shoes got muddy. So I threw them all in the washing machine. Everyone's came out looking great EXCEPT mine, which I wear everyday and I have no other shoes to wear. Here's a pic of how they looked. As you can also see, we also have wasps!!
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Friday, April 18, 2008
Ok, I have a few do's and don'ts for you today. Do hook up the hose outside to the water faucet so that it is much easier to water the calves. Do do that big homework project a few days BEFORE it is due at school. Do take your garbage out more than one a week. Do call the local radio station and win $105 for being the 15th caller and be entered into a drawing for a trip to Disneyland. (I wish I had done this but I didn't. But my friend, Danell did and she WON!! a $105!! So exciting!!) Don't leave your second cell phone purchased on Ebay, lost your first one, bought a second on Ebay and found out it was a dud, puchased 3rd one in your pants and guess what, you washed your pants. RUINED phone!! Now I'm back on Ebay looking for a new phone AGAIN!! Don't buy airline tickets from a company that is going to go belly up!! I hope that Southwest is still in business when we go on our sister retreat!! I heard this morning they are having problems!! YIKES!!
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Monday, April 14, 2008
Not much going on around here. We are trying to get our water and power paid so that we can water the grass which is very yellow and the wheat. Great year to be a wheat farmer even if it is only 5 acres. The girls have their state "no child left behind" tests for the next few weeks. Lexi is nervous but she will do fine. Sum could care less. Bode has been busy building a piece of farming equipment out of my tiny screwdrivers, four corners from his sandwich this morning, a couple AAA batteries and some twine. In his mind, if it (it being a PU, tractor, etc.) doesn't have something behind it, like a trailor or piece of equipment, it's basically worthless. He has to create something that can be pulled. What a funny guy. I bet John Deere would have really liked to have Bode on his design team!!
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Saturday, April 12, 2008
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Friday, April 11, 2008
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Tuesday, April 8, 2008
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Saturday, April 5, 2008
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Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Today is the official day of Scout pie making day. I am so glad that I'm not doing it. Eric is no longer the Scout Master!! I would rather do a community dinner. We have helped though with our brains being picked and we also helped cream the shortening and the flour/salt together for the pie crusts. We did that last night at the cherry plant with Mike and Joyce Rowley and fam and Gma Freeman came and helped too. She did the dirtiest job that of getting the shortening out of the cans and into the measuring bowls. She had grease up to her elbows and she also had to work with all the tweenies. Lexi, Sum, Megan R., Brent R. and Bode. She had to keep them all on task. Lexi said that she had grease in her armpits. I'm glad I didn't have to do that job but I did run my bosch and had flour dust all over my face. I wonder if it was white. I didn't look before I showered. All in all it went pretty fast and we made enough crust mix for 700 pies. The big job is today but I'm not going because Brek and Bode have dr. appts. Bode was supposed to get shots and a well baby check up but he isn't well. His nose is pretty green and Brek has a cough. They are both sick. I wish Spring would come. The frost control is difinitely happening. Everyone was ok until 2 nights ago and last night. Hopefully everyone's fruit faired well.
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