Friday, September 14, 2007

This, That and the Other
More randomly random stuff for ya today

  • Last night was one of the longest nights ever. Red has decided to use our bathroom if he has to get up in the night. To say he is noisy would be an understatement. Then, the neighbor's dog. I could drop kick that darn thing. I can't believe the owners don't hear it after 3 hours of barking. In honor of the dog, we have a classic Sesame Street clip for you:

  • Baby Girl brought this home on Sunday. She explained to me that it is a picture of Little Bug, Red, herself, Daddy, and me... holding our baby. No, I'm not pregnant. But I'm sure there are people who wondering if I might be. Hmmm... more on that subject later.

  • Tiara #3 is finished. That's right. For those of you following the tiara saga, I said #3. I was going to post pictures of #2 but it is just dorky. No, really. I designed it and it looks TERRIBLE! But this one... Actually, I designed #3 too... but I quite like it... I'll take more pictures once it is decorated and all that fun stuff.

Okay... enough random stuff for the day! Happy Friday everyone!


Yvonne said...

When my 16 year old goes into the bathroom at night, he slams every cupboard and every door.
I have some neighbors with dogs, too--yikes. I love these nights when I can open my windows, but...

Congrats on another beautiful tiara, it is amazing. Sorry about #1 and #2.

Baby girl is adorable--cute picture.

Happy Friday to you, too.

Tonya said...

My son is 4 and thinks that he must still announce the going to the bathroom by waking us and then turning the light on in our bathroom (right next to the bed)

We had a dog like that where we used to live. His name was Woody. I'll never forget Woody and not in a good way. The Sesame Street clip made me smile.

Tiara #3 turned out great. Very beautiful and fit for a princess.

My son is about cucumber sized as well.

Pregnant-more to follow...hmmmm?

I like your random thoughts. Hope you have a great weekend.

Kimberly said...

Hee hee...loooove the randomness!

The tiara is gorgeous!

Holly said...

Random is good. We have several dogs in the neighborhood, a night time train and cows. I hear ya about the noise.

The tiara is beautiful. Good job!

elasticwaistbandlady said...

Oooooh, I want to leave a random comment to match your random post.

I had a dream that I birthed another girl and she was so tiny, I carried her around in my sock. And then I got into a big fight with my MIL who wanted to name the baby, Amanda, and I wanted to name her Luisa.


Tracey said...

I actually watched the whole Sesame St thing... I need a life! Pretty tiara. DON'T DROP IT!

diana said...

i'm still so impressed with the tiaras. you then decorate it, right? will you give us a picture of that, too?

we live next door to three annoying ankle biters. we call them the yappers. and i'm with you, can't these people hear their own dogs!?!?

Summer said...

That's a cool floor puzzle!
Oh, just wanted to tell you about Wilton cake sparkles (in case you didn't know). Most craft stores sell them. They come in a variety of colors, including white, if you wanted to add a little sparkle to your tiara. You crush them between your fingers as you sprinkle them onto fresh royal icing.
That tiara is beautiful!

Jean Knee said...

it was probably my dog, sorry

That tiara is so pretty, I have never been able to do anything with icing, you make me want to try it out

Nancy Face said...

I watched the whole video too...and liked it...but not loud annoying dogs! :(

The tiara is beautiful, and Baby Girl's picture is so cute...what a unique idea! :)

slyn said...

How impressive that you designed the tiara yourself. I kind of attmepted to design one, but decided I was better off finding an actual tiara and using that design. I'm very very impressed!

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

wow melissa:
hi there. you are so good at making those tiaras. totally impressed. cute and adorable your picture and words about your baby girl and the cucumber. and your daughter's drawing is real cute -- definitely wishful thinking. enjoyed that :)

happy saturday friend,