Friday, March 27, 2009

Happy Birthday my sweet Malorie Moo!!

Moo's EIGHTH birthday was this week!!! Holy cow she is growing up so fast. I can't even stand it. I fear that all too soon I will be fighting of rotten little teenage boys at our doorstep. Oh no, she will not be allowed to date or even think of dating until at least 20!!! Heaven help us!! UGH.
So today's I will do a Top Ten things I love about my Moo:
10.Malorie has beautiful hair, and I love it when she flips it out of her face so matter of factly.
9. Malorie loves to wear dresses and dress up. She always looks cute, nails, lipstick, glitter!!
8. Malorie is a pianist. Getting good. Always plays with her tongue sticking out like her Daddy.
7. Malorie is a GREAT sister to Tito and Peanut. She loves to hug and hold them.
6. Malorie is a beautiful ballerina. She is graceful. Look out Miss America
5. Malorie will someday run for Miss America- actually she adamatly said no. I 'm devastated :)
4. Malorie almost always does her chores with only minimal proding.
3. Malorie has a smile that melts me to pieces-therefore she always gets her way!
2. Malorie hand-stamps me welcome home posters each time I go on a business trip.
1. I love to watch Maloire sleep- no its not creepy!! She has a slight smile and seems to always be carefree and at rest. She often times even sleeps with a eye mask on. It is hilarious and yet, so Diva-ish! Just seems fittting for her.
I love you the most Malorie!! (Shhhh don't tell the others- I tell them they same thing too)

Monday, March 16, 2009

Sophie Says.......

Yet again Sophie has managed to produce another great comment for the blog. A few days ago Teresa was telling Sophie that she needed to stop playing in her room and start getting ready for music class. Here is the last part of the conversation:
Teresa: (growing imaptient) Sophie I said you need to get ready now or you will be late!!
Sophie: Wow, you're in a mood.
She just has a way with words!

Thursday, March 12, 2009


I know that I am lame and have not posted in awhile so I must apologize profusely! I had the wonderful opportunity recently, to travel to HAWAII to visit with our demonstrators over there. What an INCREDIBLE time. What wonderful, caring people! I just felt so welcome in their beautiful land. They even threw us a little Luau, complete with Lei's, AMAZING food, and some beautiful hula! Here's a few pics of my work crew and some of our Hawaiian friends:

Thanks my Hawaiian buddies! Cannot wait to come back and see more!!
We also got to do some great sight-seeing (thanks to our great tour-guide Jennifer) of the North Shore (saw some great Lost, and Baywatch filiming locations), Pearl Harbor (such a feeling of pride and reverence there), the Punch Bowl, the Pali Lookout, the Dole Plantation, and beautiful Waikiki! Wow. I will post a few of those pics soon.