Friday, April 17, 2009

Spending Time with Haley & Mitchell

I went down to my moms for Easter Sunday and stayed until yesterday. I got back last night. Yesterday was so beautiful and sunny we drew with chalk outside and spun around in the yard.

Above: Here is Haley and Mitchells matching "I Heart DC" shirts that we got in DC last month.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Candle Crisis

Does anyone make candles or know anyone that does?

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

My Little Doodlers

The boys are soooo ready for spring! They have already started digging! And a few of the neighbors dogs came over to visit and the boys were causing trouble and started a fight!

I didnt do much today but finish working on an invitation order and fart around with my seedlings, Today was day one of acclimating them outdoors. I REALLY want warmer weather! The ground is still soggy! Blah! Spring must come soon! And if it snows again I swear! I am moving to the Bahamas! LOL! Goodnight all!

Friday, April 3, 2009

I have drywall chunks in my hair & I'm Pooped!

I am going to post updates on the house tomorrow!!! I SWEAR, but I am super exhausted and the only thing i want to hit right now {other than drywall} is my PILLOW!

Monday, March 23, 2009

Mitchells 2nd Birthday

I created this on Photoshop for Mitchells 2nd Birthday t-shirt!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Washington DC - Day 1

Sunday March 15th, 2009 - Washington DCThis is us on the way to go up in the Washington Monument
This is inside the Washington Monument waiting to go up 500 feet in the elevator. It was such a neat experience.
This is Haley waiting in line for the Holocaust Museum.

The front of the building. We couldnt take any photos inside the building but this museum was really neat. Kind of depressing, but neat to see everything.
This is me up in the Washington monument 1 floor down from the viewing windows.

Check later posts for the rest of the photos

Washington DC - Day 2

Monday, March 16th 2009 - Our 2nd Day in Washington DCThere are some georgous buildings downtown DC. This was our walk to Fords Theatre and The Wax Museum.

West Elm - Didnt have time to go in, but the building was beautiful.
This is the house across the street from Fords Theatre where President Lincoln died.

Our ticket.

Inside Fords Theatre, the box where President Lincoln was shot.

Inside the box where he was shot.

We toured the house where he died.
This is the bed he died in.

This is the wax museum. Me with President Bush...We all looked awful, walking in the rain with hats on and off... Made my hair look crazy!
President Lincoln

Ahhh...I am being interogated!

My sisters and I with the Kennedys. We dressed up in the coats.

The Rock - I soooooo wanted to jump on him. Rarrrr! ;)

Amanda with Tom Cruise - There were so many...from presidents to movie stars...I would reccommend going here. It only cost about $18 per person but it was so neat and well worth it.

After the Wax Museum we ate at the Hard Rock Cafe...which was very cool! Yummy food too.
This is when we went to one of the Smithsonians - These are on of the pairs of Ruby Slippers wore in The Wizard of Oz. My sister is a collecter of Wizard of Oz, she has even met some of the munchkins, we used to go to the Wizard of Oz festival in Chesterton Indiana every year when we were little. She still goes.

Medical Wagon used in the Spanish American War in the 1800's


This was neat but sad to see... These were support beams that were in the Twin Towers on September 11th. They were from the 17th floor.

Liberty Bell.
This is the Metro Station. If you are planning on ever visiting, you can buy a day pass to the Metrorail and it takes you all over DC. It saves a lot of walking for only $7.80 a day. I fell asleep on it a few times. ;)