Tuesday, September 30, 2008

The Big Move

Well we finally moved! Our new apartment is so nice, we love it!!! As we were moving one of my friends pointed out that our old apartment looks like a hotel suite...and not in a good way. The master bedroom happened to have the sink and mirror in the bedroom...yes just like a hotel room and off the kitchen there was a tiny wet bar, perfect for if they decide to become a cheap hotel they can put the mini fridge in there, I know totally useless! I am so happy that we don't live there anymore. It is also a scarey complex while Chris and Dallas were moving furniture the cops showed up with a forensic team for the apartment above us, totally cra-za-y. I will try and take picture of that apartment today before I do the walk through with management and post it so you all can see the old one. Moral of the story: don't move to Midtown on Main.

That's all I have for now but I will post more about our new place a bit later.

Vi ses,

Carree

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Ouidad rocks my world!!

Okay, thanks to Meesa my new obsession is Ouidad. Okay for those of you that are not in the know, Ouidad is a hair cut and styling system for curly hair peps. I just got home from getting my hair done and it looks amazing! Your probably thinking a curling iron was used to obtain these locks...but no, all he did was the ouidad cut and used some product and dried it and this was the result! I feel vain but I love my hair now!

Friday, September 5, 2008

Labor Day Weekend

For Labor Day Chris and I went to St. George. It's like our fav. place to visit these days, mostly because my family is there. It's just unfortunate that it takes 6.5 to 7 hours to drive there :( So we arrived in SG at around 2 am Saturday morning...urgh...I hate being in the car so long.

On Saturday we went to Peach Days, you are probably wondering what Peach Days is, well Peach Days is just about the biggest social event Hurricane, Utah has to offer. Peach days has crafts for sale, a quilt show, which consisted of about 15 quilts, old people demonstrating how to use a spinning wheel to form yarn, ameture singers performing well known country songs slightly off key, and if that's not enough to tickle your fancy, they also sell peaches. Honestly what more could a girl ask for? ...Not much more.

After the exciting 1-1.5 hour spent in Hurricane Chris and my dad went home to do some male bonding, a.k.a. watching movies. My mom and I went shopping we were gone for hours, pretty much because we went to a quiliting store and my mom is BFF with all the ladies that work there so she chatted it up them....good times.

Your probably asking yourself right now, "what's the fashion craze at Dixie High School?" Lucky for you I have the answer: tie dyed shirts. So what did Darcy, my little sister, and I do on Sunday? We tie dyed and now I have two psychedelic tie dyed shirts...don't be jealous.

And that my friend was our super exciting weekend.