Saturday, June 22, 2013

More NYC

Oh what, you want more pictures of NYC?

ok fineee.  a selection for your viewing pleasure.

I really like that city.  And my cute friends.

Friday, June 21, 2013


I just, like, love nature these days.

Minus the bugs.  I could do without the bugs.

bill and i.

throwback friday, knowwhatimsaying?

Bill and I.  BFFs.


My hair is getting long (finally) and I'm having a problem wanting to keep growing it out.  Even though its what I want.

Life is hard.

But you wanna know what would make it easier?

This thing:

It's like a cotton candy machine...for your hair.

I'll take it.

Thursday, June 13, 2013


I was able to visit New York last week to visit some of my most dear and precious friends.

I didn't see the Statue of Liberty, go to Times Square, or see a show.

(Except for Jeff's show.  What a Shakespearean) 

And I loved every second of it.  Minus the rain.  
So much rain!  And now all I want is rain. 
(please rain in CO soon)

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Boy Bands

Sometimes life gives you a gift you couldn't ever imagine.  Twice.

You see, a few weeks ago I found out that a new movie theatre in our town (it is the best movie theatre ever) was hosting a boy band singalong.  And boy(band) oh boy(band), I wanted in on that.

But I couldn't go that night.

And then, life tries again.  And this time, you don't make the same mistake.  You go, and you love every second of it.  

Imagine walking into the theatre, grabbing a ticket, and approaching your designated theatre only to find a man dressed in a fedora and a vest, welcoming you to the best night of your life.  This wannabe boy band member is standing behind a table that is filled with props to be used during the singalong: a blow-up microphone, a balloon (to be used specifically during Dirty Pop), and a glow stick.  Yes.  So many times yes.

And then, finally making it into the theatre, is where complete joy is felt.  You are surrounded with people exactly like you.  Weird women who want to singalong to boy band music videos for two hours.  Others who dance in the aisles during their favorite songs and who cheer when their favorite songs are played.  

It was full of Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, NKOTB, some Hanson and Boyz to Men, along with many others.  The last song (Bye Bye Bye, naturally) inspired almost everyone in the theatre to be out of their seat, dancing together at the front of the auditorium. It was both amazing and embarrassing at the same time.

I've never felt like I belonged somewhere so much.