Friday, April 25, 2008

Sparkly Lips

For my birthday I received three flavors (and they are YUMMY flavors)
of sparkly, shiny lip gloss. Not much is more girly than that. And I
have been happily applying lip gloss every 2 to 3 minutes since the
moment I got them. At times, after applying the lip gloss (and I
usually go all out, no little dab for me) I feel slightly self
concious because HEY there are sparkles on my lips. Not enough shame
has hit me yet to discontinue using them. At work, at the store, on
the bus, and at the gym. (and because I still had lip gloss on my lips
when I finished at the gym, I know that this is Quality lip gloss).

P.S. The university just hosted a rap concert. The daily university
newspaper published part of the contract. Along with specifications
as to what furniture should be in the hotel room (including end
tables) there was also a request for (1) connect four game (will be
travelling with one, but it's nice to have an extra just in case).
Yes folks. It really is the simple pleasures that make life

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

green and 100% biodegradable: it's LU!

Today is not only Earth Day, it's Lu's birthday.
This seemed Very Appropriate:

Just cut and paste.



Monday, April 14, 2008

Why Moo Had a Good Weekend (Part One)

Remember that post where Moo is riding Low Pony and a Geologist shows
up and the sparkle came back to her smile? Well, that same Geologist
just added a new kind of sparkle to Moo's life. As to the manner in
which this new sparkle came about, I'm not sure who will have a bigger
emotional response, all you BYU fans, or non-BYU fans--because I
don't think he could have done it in a more appropriate way
considering the long-standing rumor that on the third time around the
Provo temple, something magical happens. Something magical did indeed
happen to them shortly after that third go-round.

Moo and said Geologist are experiencing bliss (which only lasted until
they called their parents who immediately wanted to know WHEN and
WHERE...ah, sweet questions, musical questions, annoying and terribly
grounded in reality questions) and Moo's left hand is now a pound or
two heavier than when she started that fateful walk (and if not
heavier, it is at least more sparkly).

Congrats little sister! And Geologist: WAY! TO! GO! *I'm hoping
that part two of this post will include pictures.* Hint. hint. --Lu

Friday, April 4, 2008

seen around town...

a middle aged woman coming out of the downtown main library wearing a t-shirt, jeans, and pink slippers. The kind my mom wears.

strolling down a main street: a tall bald man with a large silver chain around his neck, and a paper birthday cone hat perched on his head. --Lu