I was emptying out my phone and came across these fabulous photos that pretty much sum up the past month. I know you’re just dying to see them. I have also taken pictures with photo booth that I got from My Boogie Booth – photo.
For most of my high school career, I worked at Dayton’s Department store, in the accessories department (hence, probably why I love hats, gloves, scarves, all those little essentials that make an outfit complete. Stacy, you can call me anytime if you’re looking for assistance.) I loved working there, helping people find just the right gift or accessory.
Warrens like football.
And we had the privilege of hanging out with our boys’ football coach for the big game. We didn’t have money for jerseys…so we made our own.
I was asked in the café yesterday if we were having our annual Superbowl party. I was almost unable to speak, the Vikings’ loss still haunting me. No, unfortunately, we didn’t because, well, that would have profoundly affected my football trash talk with my son (who rooted for the Saints, the little traitor). And, I would have had to clean my house.
Warrens (with a little help from our friend Katrina) watched the Vikings/Saint Match-up on Sunday….
Here’s what it looked like….
Got our purple on!
We don’t like the Saints.
Recently a friend of mine turned in his Blackberry. Just…went cold turkey – no more checking the email while standing in line for coffee, or updating his Facebook status while ordering lunch. No more checking the news online to see if the world is still functioning…you know, all those little things that have taken over my life with the advent of my cool new phone,
And the nominees are…
Deep in the Heart of Trouble by Deeanne Gist
Bethany House Publishers (ISBN: 1590529286)
David Long and Julie Klasseneditor, editors
Faking Grace by Tamara Leigh
Random House Publishing, WaterBrook Multnomah (ISBN: 978-1-59052-929-4)
Julee Schwarzburg, editor
Finding Stefanie by Susan May Warren
Tyndale House Publishers (ISBN: 1-4143-1019-6)
So, I don’t love politics. I get tired of the accusations, and especially people going back on their word. What I want is to believe that my president and VP care about the things I care about.
As an author, and a person who studies character so I can write about them on the page,