Thursday, September 22, 2005

More puppy pictures. Bask in the cuteness!!






Wednesday, September 21, 2005

We got a new puppy! She is so cute. A little two month old pug. Her name is Nani.

Here are pics





She is so cute!

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Been busy with work the past few days.

GOt my hair done on Friday by my friend Jessica who works at Mullet. It's not a great pic, I will post a better one when I have it.

Also, this is what we got Caesar in Key West. He is so cute in his little bandanna.

Guess thats about it for now. Working all week. Then Friday I am gonna go see "Corpse Bride", Saturday some of my friends who are graduating from Full Sail are having a party, Sunday is a music video shoot downtown.

Busy, Busy, Busy.

oh, and I took a quiz.
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Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Just got back from the keys.
Had a fabulous time. We found a place to get married.
Anyway, here are pics.

First, on the long drive down to the keys, I bought sunglasses at a rest stop.

nate rented a scooter so we wouldn't have to walk around the island.

Us on the scooter.

Me & the Gold man.

Southernmost Point.

Shipwreck Museum.

Chicken in a Gift Shop? Only in Key West.

Sunset at Mallory Pier.

Nate looks good in a dress.

Singing Pirates.

Key Lime Pie.

Rum Runners at Fat Tuesday.

the B&B we stayed at.

The Beach where we are going to get married.

Wedding Reception Site. Great resturant, we can have the second floor for our reception, with the wrap around porch that has a fabulous view.

oopsy! Guess who forgot sunblock.

Dirty Joke man.

I want one of these.

We had a great time. Wish we would have had more free time, but we spent most of the time meeting with restuarants for the wedding.

Hope everyone had a good weekend.

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Nate and I are in Key West for the next few days. I will post pics when we get back.

Sunday, September 04, 2005

Picture time.
last night we had dinner at Tijuana Flats, then drinks at Crooked Bayou. Then went to see the SG Burlesque Tour DVD at the Downtown Media Arts Center.

the boys

Caesar was so happy to see me when I got home.

We also took Caesar to the dog park yesterday.


Today we are going to go see "The Aristocrats" at the Enzian.

Have a good Labor Day Weekend everyone.

Don't forget to read my last post for info on where you can donate to help the victims of Hurrican Katrina.

Saturday, September 03, 2005

I am not going to say anything on the situation in New Orleans, cuz it will just make me angry and sad and miserable. But, here are some websites where you can help. Please everyone, do what you can to help the people devastated by this disaster.

Do what you can. If you can't afford to give money, then donate what you can, or give blood. (well, give blood if you can. I know I'm not allowed cuz of the new tattoos)

Check out AmericaBlog for more info.

I'm not verifying any of these facts, but this was sent to me via myspace and I thought it was interesting.

"How SHOULD the President have handled this disaster?
History shows plenty of examples...

In September 1999, Hurricane Floyd -- a category 3 -- was bearing down the Carolinas and Virginia.

President Clinton was in Christchurch, New Zealand - meeting with President Jiang of China (you know, actually working). He made the proclamation that only Presidents can make and declared the areas affected by Floyd "Federal Disaster Areas" so the National Guard and Military can begin to mobilize. Then he cut short his meetings overseas and flew home to coordinate the rescue efforts. This all one day BEFORE a Cat-3 hit the coast. That is how you do it.

How about W's own father during Hurricane Andrew? Once again, President Bush (41) -- August, 1992 -- was in the midst of a brutal campaign for re-election. Yet, he cut off his campaigning the day before and went to Washington where he martialed the largest military operation on US soil in history. He sent in 7,000 National Guard and 22,000 regular military personnel, and all the gear to begin the clean up within hours after Andrew passed through Florida. (Cause, you know, those people and their stuff was actually where it belonged, rather than being used for insurgent target-practice halfway around the world in a vain effort to make Iraq safe for Iranian takeover.)

In August of 1969 when Cat-5 Hurricane Camille hit roughly the same area as Katrina, President Nixon had already readied the National Guard and ordered all Gulf rescue vessels and equipment from Tampa and Houston to follow the Hurricane in. There were over 1,000 regular military with two dozen helicopters to assist the Coast Guard and National Guard within hours after the skies cleared.

Bush 43 - August 2005 - Cat-5 Hurricane Katrina bears down on New Orleans and the Mississippi gulf. Both states are down nearly 8,000 National Guard troops because they are in Iraq -- with most of the rescue gear needed. Bush is on vacation. The day before Katrina makes landfall, Bush rides his bike for two hours. The day she hits, he goes to Johnnie McCain's birthday party; and lies to old people about the multi-billion-dollar pharmaceutical company welfare boondoggle. People are dying, the largest port of entry in the United States (and fifth largest in the World) is under attack. Troops and supplies are desperately needed. The levees are cracking and the emergency 1-1/2 ton sandbags are ready, but there aren't enough helicopters or pilots to set them before the levees fail. The mayor of New Orleans begs for Federal coordination, but there is none, and the sandbagging never gets done. So Bush -- naturally -- goes to San Diego to play guitar with country singer and lie to the military about how Iraq is just exactly like WWII. The levees give way, filling New Orleans with water, sewage, oil and chemicals. Ten percent of all US exports, and 50% of all agricultural exports ordinarly go through this port. It is totally destroyed. Bush decides he'll end his vacation a couple of days early -- TOMORROW --BECAUSE HE HAS TICKETS TO A PADRES GAME! He goes back to the Fake Farm in Crawford, with every intention of doing something on WEDNESDAY about this disaster that happened starting last Sunday night."

Again, those are not my words, just fowarded to me on myspace.

And, becuase I know me and my coworkers were watching it live last night and now we can't stop talking about it. Here is what Kanye West said last night. It was shown live on the East Coast (althought they did cut him off). But it was censored on the west coast. Mike Meyers was standing next to Kanye West during the broadcast, the look on his face when West went off script was priceless.

"I hate the way they portray us in the media. We see a black family that says they're looting. We see a white family that says they're looking for food & you know it's been five days because most of the people are black & even for me to complain about I would be a hyprocrite because I try to turn away from the TV because it's too hard to watch. I've even been shopping before even giving a donation, so now I'm calling my business manager right now to see what's the biggest amount that I can give. And just to imagine if I was down there, those are my people down there, so anybody out there that wants to do anything with the setup the way America is setup to help the poor, the black people, the less well off as slow as possible. I mean the Red Cross is doing everything they can. We already realize that a lot of the people that can help are at war right now fighting another way andthey've given them permission to go down & shoot us."

Ebay is already hawking shirts of it.

Anyway, that's it for now. Going to a DVD screening tonight. One of my friends was in the SG Burlesque tour last year, so we are gonna go see the tour DVD at DMAC Downtown.