Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Life's Little Lessons

Why is it that I don't seem to learn the simple lessons that life offers.  The ones your mother taught you when little.  

Like watch where your going...So I'm in the dollar store today buying snowflakes...(wedding stuff) all excited to happen upon such a stash of wintery bliss.  After loading my cart with various articles, I spy more snowflakes across the isle and while looking at the display I managed to turn just so and knock over several glasses with my behind.  Have you ever heard breaking glass on a hard floor x4?  Not good but very attention seeking.  I tried to make a few jokes to ease the tension but, not so much.  I offered to pay for them but they were very nice and blamed the manager for placing them there.  So thanks to the girls at the Provo Dollar store for kindness and pity.
The other lesson I don't seem to learn is to be careful what you say cause it may come back to haunt you.  A few of us  were commenting on a few co workers forgetting to put the cash bag away.  We were all saying how scary that is and how could that happen.  Wouldn't you remember such a thing?  Well...I get home today and find the keys to the cash bag in my pocket and realize I left the cash in a drawer rather than the safe with the keys where it belongs.  Duh..  If you can't say something nice don't say anything at all.  

I guess mother knows 

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Engagement Pictures of Meagan and Callin..

Just a few of the pics that were taken that day...  pics taken by Emily Henson

Wedding Plans....plan B

Well the wedding plans move forward...and beyond and ever changing.  Meagan and Callin had their engagement pics done and invites designed.  But things don't quite turn out as planned sometimes (many times) and plan b will be implemented :)  Uncle Rod did a great job on the invitations but the printer?  not so good, not bad just not what Meagan envisioned.   We"ll fix it...Shout out to cute Emily who did the engagement pics...She did a great job!

Caterer done..What next?

And who would imagine that crystals for a floral/bare branch arrangement would cost so much $$.  Oh well  onward...