Tag Archives: moving

Roll On Big Willy

I think everything should come with a set of casters! It would make moving everything so much easier! I know it would have made the amount of times I have to move the coffee table a lot easier! Surprised smile

Otherwise, I can say that I would not want them on my bed. *snort* Can you imagine? Move the wrong way, and your bed flies across the room. It would be hilarious after, but damn, can you imagine the mess in the bed?

Another Quick Notice

Moving the feeds from Feedburner to Google, so there might be some delays or funkiness.
You have been warned 😛

Move?

Mom’s hinting at moving to Evansville again, and frankly, if we could, I would, xD. I love Evansville. Yeah, it’s a bit more expensive to live in, but it’s an awesome place to grow up.

I’m not dogging Topeka, I just prefer Evansville. Hell, I’m more comfortable driving here then I ever have in Topeka or Holton. Ask Mom or Megan, I’m definitely driving like a Hoosier 😉

Saturday Meme’s

These are meme’s I’m going to participate in for today. I’m also going to be cross-posting this to SarahCBurkett.com, if you want to check it out. The theme there is so perfectly me that you should definitely check it out 🙂 Anyways …

Saturday Photo Hunt
Photohunt #89: Light »

How did you interpret light? Many ways are possible! It could be used as a noun, adjective, or even a verb! Light as in weight, light as in illuminating, or maybe you used idioms.

This picture was taken by me in August of 2006. I had an obsession with taking pictures of the sky, and I loved how the cloud shots turned out with this shot.
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Saturday Meme’s

These are meme’s I’m going to participate in for today. I’m also going to be cross-posting this to SarahCBurkett.com, if you want to check it out. The theme there is so perfectly me that you should definitely check it out 🙂 Anyways …

Saturday Photo Hunt
Photohunt #89: Light »

How did you interpret light? Many ways are possible! It could be used as a noun, adjective, or even a verb! Light as in weight, light as in illuminating, or maybe you used idioms.

This picture was taken by me in August of 2006. I had an obsession with taking pictures of the sky, and I loved how the cloud shots turned out with this shot.
Continue reading