Thursday, March 17, 2011

30 Day Picture Challenge - Day 7

Day 7 - A picture of your most treasured item

I'm not sure if this counts, because Peanut's not really an "item," but my little dog is definitely the most non-human thing I have. Being on spring break this week has been really fun just hanging out with Peanuts and watching the weird things he does... so cute!

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

30 Day Picture Challenge - Day 6

Day 6 - A picture of a person you'd like to trade places with for a day.

Don't get me wrong, I get intimidated when I have to play Air Force trophy wife at get-togethers with high-ranking officials, and I'm SURE her life is that times infinity... BUT. I would love to have enough money to only work on projects I wanted to work on. I would also love to be able to invest time in my hobbies, and have the freedom to do whatever I liked. The occasional appearance and paparazzi would be annoying, but I could deal with it for a day. Then I could return to my husband (who's cuter than Prince William), my little Peanuts, and my thankless and sometimes horrible, sometimes likable job.

Oh, and I would love to wear weird hats. I wish weird hats were accepted in my world.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

30 Day Picture Challenge - Day 5

Day 5 - A picture of your favorite memory

Truthfully, my favorite memory is... our wedding. BUT, I have a feeling if I answered all these truthfully that day would probably pop up a lot. So I went with a collection of memories I hold dear: senior year, and all of college, really. I loved college so much, I haven't really left yet. Sure, I don't live on campus anymore (although I think--I hope--that I'm the only person who had a bachelorette party crash in her dorm room in Marycrest), but I will always be a Flyer. After all, I went to preschool, grade school, college, and graduate school there. In this picture are 4 of my 5 roommates from college (Caitlin hadn't moved in yet). We have all settled down in various cities, but still keep in touch regularly. Kara and Michele (2nd and 4th from the left) have even been to Del Rio to visit!! :) Senior year was my first of three years of long-distance with Art, and I credit these girls for helping me stay sane! :) WOOP WOOP!!