Thursday, November 20, 2008
So, I was looking through some old pictures and found this one of Coot in Jackson; I couldn't resist putting it up here! He looks like he is smiling; I love it! I guess he loves to be in Jackson as much as we all do!
Posted by Morgan at 3:01 PM
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Jen, sorry this took so long. I read it once and then forgot about it. Here are the rules: Tell about 6 quirks of yours- Tag 6 fellow bloggers to do the same- Leave a comment to let them know.
Quirk 1 - I am a texture freak with food. If I don't like a food, it is because of the "feeling in my mouth." For example, I hate coconut, pulp in orange juice, and tapioca pudding because of the feeling of those things in your mouth. I also hate salmon because it sticks to the roof of your mouth, gross!
Quirk 2 - My biggest fear is someone breaking into our house in the middle of the night. Sometimes I just lie there waiting for it to happen, especially if I am home alone. I think this is the scariest thing that could happen to you!
Quirk 3 - I love to go to the dentist! I really look forward to my 6 month appointments because I love how clean your teeth feel when you are done. I hate to eat that day because my teeth feel so clean.
Quirk 4 - I talk to my dog! I talk to Coot like he is totally human and can understand every word. Hopefully, some of you do it too! Sometimes I find myself talking to him and I don't even realize I am doing it. Am I crazy?
Quirk 5 - I am not an organized person. Oftentimes, my car looks like I live in it and you should see my desk at work. It would drive some people crazy! I totally rely on Blake to keep a lot of things organized in our house!
Quirk 6 - I love to play video games. I don't know if this is really a quirk, but kind of unusual for a girl. I am the one in my household who could get addicted to video games. Whenever Blake and I go downstairs to play the Wii, he is done after about 30 minutes and I am like, "hey, we just started!" I could play for hours.
I tag: Randi, Jana, Kenzie, Nat Skeen, and Nat Shaw. Anyone else can do it too!
Posted by Morgan at 12:02 PM
This is a great take on the Family Tradition song by Hank Williams Jr. I'm sure you all know I am a conservative and I just loved this video about McCain and Palin. I hope you enjoy it too!
Posted by Morgan at 11:23 AM
Monday, September 29, 2008
We went to Jackson this weekend and the boys had a blast! Blake brought Tyler, Tyson, and Brandon to go goose hunting up there! They shot 11 geese, one banded! They were very excited. Morgan just hung out with her mom and dad while Blake was hunting. In the mornings and evenings, we were also fortunate enough to see a great elk show! The rut is on and the bulls were bugling like crazy; it is so awesome to see and hear! Here are some pictures from the hunt and some elk pics!
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Posted by Morgan at 4:12 PM
Monday, September 1, 2008
I haven't posted in ahwhile, so I decided I needed to catch up. Honestly, I haven't been a very good photographer lately. Two weekends ago we went camping by Strawberry with Dunyons and McLaughlins. We had a blast. The boys went hunting in the mornings and evenings and the girls just hung out with the kids and played games. It was too hot for the elk, but Blake shot a nice deer with his bow. Unfortunately, they couldn't find it so we didn't get to bring anything home. We were so disappointed. Better luck next time boys! Here are some cute pictures of Sara and little Beau McLaughlin loving the outdoors!
Colby Dunyon is getting so big; he is running around now! He thought he needed the big chair!
Posted by Morgan at 3:42 PM
Thursday, August 7, 2008
We had such a great time in Alaska! We went on the Princess cruise line on the 'Golden Princess' ship. We went with most of Blake's office as a reward for meeting some tough goals. Blake's grandpa Bert and grandma Gooney (you will see from some of the pictures why we call her Gooney) also came with us and some of Dirk's friends from college who now live in Louisiana joined us as well. The whole trip was awesome! The ship started in Seattle then went to Juneau, Skagway, Tracy Arm Fjord (where you look at glaciers), Ketchikan, Victoria B.C., and back to Seattle. It was pretty cold in Alaska, but it was a nice break from the heat here! All of the pictures are in the slide show, but here are a few great ones from each location!
That ship is much larger that it seems, which means the icebergs are also much larger than they seem! There is actually a small boat on top of that ship, which shows how large it really is.
Here are some general pictures from the cruise: one of our ship from the air during a float plane flight and some cute ones at various dinners. You can definitely see why we call Blake's grandma 'Gooney,' she is just silly!
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
We went to Jackson for the holiday weekend and took Ty and Randi Dunyon and Tyson and Nat Skeen. We had a great time just relaxing and hanging out. The boys had fun fishing while the girls just hung out and went shopping!