Sunday, November 16, 2008

My Wonderful Husband

Now, I'm sure from the title, most of you think this will be a super long, mushy, saccarine sweet post about how wonderful Nathan is. While Nathan is pretty amazing, this blog isn't about all his amazing qualities, in fact, he's not even the only man in the story...
About a year ago, Nathan and I were watching the daily show and the guest star was Paul Rudd. For those of you who don't know who that is, here's a picture.

I made the fatal mistake of jokingly going "whoo!", implying that I thought he was hot stuff. While he is a handsome movie star, I'm not really the type to fawn over men that aren't my husband. Since said Daily Show episode, every time he's on a show or in a movie, Nathan always refers to him as my boy.
A couple of days ago we went to see the movie Role Models, starring none other than "my boy". The next morning I woke up to a computer wallpaper of Paul Rudd's face. As if one picture wasn't enough, Nathan has set up a rotating photo album of super dramatic Paul Rudd pictures for my backdrop. Thank you, Nathan. And that is why this blog entry is entitled my wonderful husband! n

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Tuesday, October 21, 2008


A couple of weeks ago I got back from an amazing trip to California(I know I'm a little behind on the posting about it).  The main reason for the trip was my oldest nephew Max's baptism.  While going to the baptism would have been enough in itself to make this trip great, I also got to see all my nephews and nieces from my side of the family, spend time with the rest of my family, and last but not least, get to spend quite a bit of time hugging Ulee!  All in all, it was a great trip!  Here are way too many pictures from the trip!!!!!!

Jackson's cutest chocolate face

Max and Grace before the baptism


Mr. Brave Mason

Gracie showing off her Minny Mouse Disneyland attire(with Jen on the side)

Me and my Momma

Just Ike

Macy "walking"

Monday, October 6, 2008

I'm Breaking Free!

For the past year or so I have been trapped.  Trapped under the tyranny of two blogs: my family's blog and my husband's blog.  We have a Moore family blog, which I rarely contribute to because I don't feel like my everyday experiences are nearly as interesting as the cute pictures of all my nieces and nephews.  Nathan and I also have a blog, but I don't know how much he would love my random journaling of mundane events and thoughts as part of our "keeping everyone up to date blog".  Needless to say, I have been trapped.  Unable to speak freely from fear of no comments on my posts or ridicule from my amazing, but sharp tongued husband, for a lame entry I have up to the present remained silent.  That silence ends today, because, today I've decided to break free from the constrains of this bondage and start my own blog.  It's kind of liberating, actually, knowing I can write whatever I want, significant or not.  Hopefully I won't abuse this freedom and will be able to handle the power of having my own blog.   I guess all I can say now is, look out world (and by world I mean the handful of people who are going to ever read this), here comes Amanda Voelker and she's blogging all by her self!!!