I don’t have a lot to say about this week’s idols. I just didn’t love it. So here are the abbreviated versions.
One of the most distinguishing features of the Brazilian cityscape is the prevalance of the “Orelhão.” Translated directly, this means “big ear.”
The Mo-Net (aka the Bloggernacle, aka the Mormon subculture on the internet) is flooded this morning with reactions, insights and inspirations from the semi-annual general conference of the church.
Here are my key take-aways this year.
Continue reading LDS General Conference
Today marks the 4th anniversary of my blogging.
Go buy yourself something nice in celebration.
There are as many types of weddings as there are people, and every religious and ethnic culture has their own particular wedding flavor. Here are just a few of the lessons I learned during mine:
OK. I know you already got TLS’ opinion yesterday, but I had an opportunity to catch up yesterday night, and I had to give you mine.
Yes, you are SO LUCKY to hear from me again. I am generously helping out my stars-in-his-eyes, totally-whooped, still-on-his-honeymoon-he-wishes, love-struck brother.
Can you believe this? WHITE EYEBROWS DIDN’T RECORD AND WATCH AMERICAN IDOL LAST NIGHT! What is this world coming to?
So I graciously agrees to substitute for W.E. Now, I know you aren’t excited about this, seeing how nearly no one replied to my last post, but it has to be done, and I think I am up to the challenge.
*knuckle cracking* Here we go!
Continue reading Generous Me
After the wedding ceremony, we took pictures with the photographer. We actually ended a bit early and agreed to meet him earlier out at our reception for some more pictures.
We had an hour to kill, and we were both starving! What were two newly married young people to do?
The answer came in a flash…
Yes, Tam and Adam will be happy to find out that we totally drove through In-N-Out in our Wedding Tux and Wedding Dress. It took a minute for all the busy workers behind the glass to figure out what was going on, but eventually they caught on, giving the whoops and cat calls through the glass.
Hopefully I embarrassed my little brother who works there by telling them all that I was his brother.