My sister’s dog had puppies. They’re really cute. We had a Father’s Day get-together on Saturday and I took WAY too many pictures of them and my sister’s kids. Especially the baby, Katie-Ann, I just can’t stand how cute she is!
Here are a few of my favorites.
This is Eli…”loving” his puppy. :) Don’t worry, the puppy survived the “love” lol
My sister’s two oldest, Derek (standing) and Nathan. This is the FIRST picture I’ve gotten of Nate in YEARS that he wasn’t giving me a goofy look or avoiding the camera at all costs. I don’t know why he decided to allow this one, but I’m just happy my battery lasted long enough to get it.
My big sis, Michelle, came down for Father’s Day, surprised the heck out of dad, and then fell in love with the puppies. I was supposed to send her this and a couple other photos, but I don’t have her email!
and here’s the last one, that’s mom holding the puppy, not that you can tell, but it is. Really :)
See? I DID learn something! Unfortunately, it took until college to learn it, but hey… :)
You Passed 8th Grade Math
Congratulations, you got 8/10 correct!
- A house – a real, not manufactured, with a (little) yard, house
- Better pay and better benefits
- A relationship with a good man – maybe not even marriage sometime soon, but a good, solid relationship
- (let’s be honest) some amazing sex, with someone I care about
- more energy
- less weight
- more friends
- more patience
- another baby
- less housework (it’s my wishlist, shut up)
So yeah, I know a lot of these are just me needing to get off my butt and make changes within myself (although that sounds like Dr. Phil talking) but some of them, the relationship especially, don’t seem to be coming my way anytime soon and I have no idea how to make it come my way.
ATHENS (Reuters) – A helicopter landed in the middle of the high security Athens Korydallos prison, picked up two prisoners and flew away in a Hollywood-style escape that has left Greek police stunned.
A criminal on the run hijacked the helicopter Sunday to get his brother out of prison, police said. Vassilis Paleokostas, 40, who was serving a 25-year sentence for kidnapping and bank robbery, and an Albanian convict escaped.
“The guards thought it was a surprise inspection by ministry officials and did nothing,” a police official said.
The helicopter pilot, who said he was forced at gunpoint to undertake the mission, flew the inmates to a nearby cemetery and they made their escape on motorbikes. Greek police have launched a manhunt for the convicts.
“thought is was a surprise inspection” … yeah, well expect a few inspections now! LMFAO!