Wednesday, November 7, 2007


Four Places I've Lived

  • Provo, Utah
  • Neola, Utah
  • The Carolinas
  • Salt Lake City, Utah

Four Jobs I've Had

  • Movie Theater Manager
  • Ski Instructor Coordinator
  • Waitress
  • Power Tumbling Coach

Four Things I'd Like to do Before I die

  • Learn to play the guitar
  • Start my own business
  • Write a book
  • Participate in an IronMan competition

Four Favorite Desserts

  • Cherry Apple Pie
  • Chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting
  • Ice Cream

Four Interesting Facts about Me:

  • I've never had strep throat or a bloody nose
  • I was the epitome of nerdiness in high school
  • I have totaled 6 cars
  • I was ranked top 10 in the nation for pathophysiology
    knowledge my senior year

Four Favorite TV Shows:

  • Bones
  • House
  • Kid Nation
  • Hannah Montana...I don't want to talk about it
One extra super cool thing that I just found of my good buddies and favorite employees from a few years ago is on Survivor! His name is Todd and ya'll should watch him!

Picture Problems

Alright, I have now fixed the photo problem with the kite tree. One day it worked and then all of the sudden it didn't. We now have the new and improved kite tree photo posted.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Up to the highest height?

I am so absolutely amused at the change in seasons. In most neighborhoods it would mean that people would start decorating for the fall, lights might start getting strung on the houses, etc. That is NOT how it works in my neighborhood. For the past few years the end of the season means that the kite tree across the street ceases to collect kites. There are no leaves in the trees, so instead of changing colors, the kites become more and more dilapidated. Eventually the snow will cover them and we will wait for their emergence in the spring.

Actually, our kite tree has become renowned in the areas surrounding our neighborhood. I often see cars slow down and fingers point up toward the tallest branches. Sometimes people stop, get out of their car and take pictures. Well, I have decided to pay tribute to the beacon of the neighborhood seasonal changes by posting a picture of the increasingly famous kite tree.