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16 July 2010 @ 09:21 pm
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27 May 2009 @ 04:55 pm
Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - Chardonnay in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'WOO HOO, What a Ride'
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30 April 2009 @ 05:13 pm
Only 17 days left!
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21 January 2009 @ 03:43 pm
I'm not trying to be petty and I don't want to be labeled a Bridezilla or anything, but this is bothering me and I need some people outside of the situation to give me their opinion. My brother sprung this on us Sunday evening at our birthdzy gathering. I'm a little pissed about...

My 37-year-old brother and his 25-year old girlfriend (of about six months) are planning to sashay up to my honeymoon destination exactly one month before my wedding to get married.

It's spring break for his kids. He said specifically he tried to schedule it away from my wedding.

Here are the reasons I'm not happy about it:
1. Why can't they wait until summer? It'll only be 2-3 months later and be much more convenient for everyone.
2. Why does it have to be where I am going on my honeymoon?
3. Nobody is going to be able to go or do anything for them really because of my wedding and six months from now he's going to start making comments like "Well, nobody did anything for me when I got married blah blah blah."

Ok, so...???
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02 December 2008 @ 08:25 am
Daniel sent this to me today! LOL!


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10 November 2008 @ 06:12 pm
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04 November 2008 @ 10:43 am
I went this morning and I'm very impressed by the turn out in my area.
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24 October 2008 @ 02:33 pm

Incomplete, but well on it's way!
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01 October 2008 @ 12:31 pm
Had my third epidural this year yesterday. Stayed home again today because I'm really sore. I hate having to take the time off of work, because they're is a ridiculous amount of work to be done at my job, but it'll all be okay. My back sucks. I have one herniated disc, I don't know how my dad works, walks, anything with four. I'm truly not a wimp about pain either.

Wedding plans are going well. We've hired the caterer and picked a menu and hired the dj. I think things are going along very smoothly. Daniel and I are planning on registering soon. I'm working on our website www.danielandhaley.net if you'd like to check it out. Things are going pretty smoothly. I bought my dress weekend before last and am very excited about it. It's gorgeous. My mother cried when she saw me in it. We got a really good deal on it too. The dress shop was selling off all it's sample pieces, so we got my $1200 dress for 50% off. Yay!

Things are pretty good with the family. Lindsey's second pregnancy is progressing well, although she's having some problems with sciatica. Riley turned one year old on the 20th and gets cuter everyday. Chase might actually be home by the end of the month.

Life is busy as usual. Hope everyone else is doing good.
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10 August 2008 @ 09:20 pm
So, everyone has them. What are yours? What are some things that you blow some cash on because it makes you feel good?

Mine are:
Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire magazines. I love them for their fun articles and the fashion sections showing off all the latest handbags which leads me to my next one.
Purses. I'm obsessed with them. Whether Marc Jacobs, Prada, Lucky, or Liz Claiborne. I love them all. I admit to spending $150 on the Lucky Patchwork Handbag. I can't afford the Marc Jacobs or Prada, but I can wish. And I'm pretty good about using my handbags till they fall apart. Number one purse I want: Hermes Birkin Bag in patent red alligator.
Romance Stories Yes, I know. But I do indulge in a good Sandra Brown or Lavyrle Spence. Also, love the Christian romances by Lawana Blackwell, Lisa Tawn Bergren, and Sally Laity. I love to read and I'm currently reading once again my very worn copy of Scarlett by Alexandra Ripley.
Clinique. I love their Take the Day Off Makeup remover and the Rinse Off Foaming facial cleanser. And honestly after price comparing and seeing how long this stuff lasts and how well it does with my skin, it is comparable to spending it on anything Covergirl or whoever else that doesn't work as well for me. I don't generally buy the makeup, but when I purchase the cleansers I always do it during bonus time!
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