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Thursday, November 22, 2012

One year before Catching Fire comes out! Oh yeah. And Thanksgiving. Oh yeah! AND Lauren's Birthday!

November 22

Thanksgiving Day.

November 22

Also my bestest friend's birthday.

She's an oldie now! 18 years of age?! What in the woooorld?!

Also, she's basically a model.

So, this Thanksgiving, I'm grateful for LAUREN! She's the most wonderful angel-face best friend in the world. Ain't nobody better than this girl right here and that's no lie! The way that I see it is that she keeps me sane enough to not be crazy but insane enough to not be boring. That's what I realized this morning.

Most of these pictures are extremely old.. we don't have very many recent pictures..since she moved and all. But, it's all good.These photos are obvious gems!


Peace && Blessings

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

I'm such a fool

Today was one of the funniest days ever. And by that I mean, I'm an embarrassment to nature and I probably shouldn't be seen in public. Ever. That's all.

Thank goodness for Thanksgiving Break!

Sunday, November 11, 2012

In My Khaki Pants

Basically, Sadies this year was such a champion. It was so dang flippin fun. Literally.

Also, prepare to see an overwhelming amount of photos:



Check out our sincerely classy decorations. 

Barbarian Dinner!

What a good looking group, right?!

My personal favorite. ^

Awkward Pictures:

This is a "braidtouch" from the Hunger Games. It's kind of an inside joke. 

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Since I don't have much to say..

The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued the following statement Tuesday: 

We congratulate President Obama on winning a second term as President of the United States.

After a long campaign, this is now a time for Americans to come together. It is a long tradition among Latter-day Saints to pray for our national leaders in our personal prayers and in our congregations. We invite Americans everywhere, whatever their political persuasion, to pray for the President, for his administration and the new Congress as they lead us through difficult and turbulent times. May our national leaders reflect the best in wisdom and judgment as they fulfill the great trust afforded to them by the American people.

We also commend Governor Romney for engaging at the highest level of our democratic process which, by its nature, demands so much of those who offer themselves for public service. We wish him and his family every success in their future endeavors.