For the last couple of months, Joel has been working on quite the swoop. Unfortunately I don’t have a picture of it, but it was bothering him big time. Since Martha was having her baby, he didn’t schedule his next hair cut, which for Joel means, it will be a very long time until he… Continue reading Swoop Be Gone…well sort of
If you haven’t heard of the Consumer Products Safety Improvement Act, this could possibly induce weeping. It goes into effect on February 10, and it is sad. We all know about the recent scares with lead in toys from China. One would think that would make consumers more aware of what they’re buying; perhaps they… Continue reading Bye Bye Quality Toys
Don’t rub your eyes; it’s true. I got one of these puppies for Christmas: It’s the Janome Threadbanger 30, and I’m really liking it so far. I definitely didn’t think I’d want a sewing machine…maybe ever…but here I am. I found out after we got it that there is a website called Threadbanger where they… Continue reading Lauren Takes a Stab at Crafts
Yay! The English only amendment was defeated. We are known as a friendly city, and I’m glad we can remain that way. Besides, Nashville would have been the largest city by far to have passed such a bill… Peta satelit dunia Check out this article if you want to read more (sorry I can’t make… Continue reading Nashville is friendly!
I have clicked everything I can, and I cannot figure out how to change that place on the right where it says “This is an example of a WordPress blog…” I may see how long it takes Joel to read this and figure out how! Other blog related notes: I may try to change the… Continue reading This Blog
I’m a little late posting, but Justin and Lacy’s lovely wedding was January 10. They were so generous to invite us to the rehearsal dinner, and we had a wonderful time! Unfortunately, this is the only picture we took – the friends at our table. On Saturday, the ceremony was beautiful. Clearly they have no… Continue reading Lovely Day
Nashville is currently holding a special election to decide if all metro government business should be conducted only in English (even though English is currently the official language of Tennessee). The second item to be voted upon is whether these (expensive) special elections could be held with only 1% of registered voters’ signatures (currently it’s… Continue reading An “English Only” Nashville?
I never dreamed I would be willing to use words to express myself on the internet (pictures are different). Butâ€¦here I am. I guess I wanted an outlet to share things with people in a manner that doesn’t require anyone to respond if they aren’t interested. I do not consider myself to be creative, nor… Continue reading Lauren’s First Post – Who Knew?