Sunday, November 21, 2010

They got their hairs cut!

This week the girls got hair cuts from my wonderful neighbor and friend Jessica Olsen. She just recently finished her beautiful in home salon and I was so excited to try it out.

Taylor loved playing in the dog's pens. It was hard to get her out.
Brooklyn's after shot.
Taylor's before shot. It's her first haircut!
She was a little nervous so I sat her on my lap.
It took a couple days, but I got her to pose for an after shot.
Then she had to dance for me.

I love staying home with my girls. They make me so happy. . . most of the time. I'm so thankful for my husband and all the hard work he does. I'm also thankful for him providing a way for me to go back to school. I'm having so much fun even though it makes planning the everyday things so much harder. I'm so thankful for being where we are in life right now. We have a wonderful support system through our family and friends and I wouldn't trade it for anything. I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Gobble Gobble!

Early Mexican Thanksgiving

My husband's family has a fun tradition of having a Mexican themed Thanksgiving dinner before the actual holiday. We had so much fun being with family and crafting on full tummies.

Brooklyn was so happy to have someone her age there with her. Shealee was born the same year as Brooklyn and now I think they actually look forward to seeing each other.
Aunt Holly is always fun :)
Truman is the newest great grandbaby in the family.
He's a stud muffin.
Thanks Holly for the fun craft! I'll display it with a supplies list next Saturday on my other blog My Everyday Me

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

1st day of School jitters!

I'm getting another home also known as, The Art Institute of Phoenix! Classes start tomorrow! I'm studying to be an Interior Designer. What field? Who knows, I like it all right now. Of course, most people lean towards residential. I'm glad it covers others like commercial, health care, retail and hospitality.

Kristi Harris:
Scout leader

"Don't let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use." --Earl Nightingale

Wish me luck!