Saturday, December 31, 2011

The Temple Of Jimmer, from the Church History museum

Thank you for visiting the Friend Children's International Art Exhibit at the Church History Museum. We are happy that you have taken a moment with us to consider all of the ways in which the gospel blesses our lives. The digital art you created at the Noah's Art Coloring Station is attached. To see more art created by children all over the world, please visit us online at one of the following links:

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To learn more about the Church History Museum's International Art Competition for adults, please visit the Museum website.

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Friday, November 26, 2010

Happy Birthday to ME!

November 19th. One of the greatest days in history. An epic event in its own right, if only because I was born on that day. A lot of awesome people were also born on that day.

Tommy Dorsey, Indira Gandhi, Larry King, Jack Welch, Ted Turner, Calvin Klein, Ahmad Rashad, Michael Wilbon, and Meg Ryan (among many others) share my date of birth.

Many epic events have taken place on that day as well.

1863— Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address
1930— Bonnie & Clyde's first robbery
1990— Milli Vanilli was stripped of their Grammy
1999— The World is Not Enough was released in theaters. And heck yes; I was there.
2010— The new Harry Potter movie came out. And I couldn't care less about it.

For more famous births, deaths, and other events, check out here.


I have remembered the single greatest event that has ever transpired on November 19th in the history of the universe. Brothers and Sisters. Ladies and Gentlemen. I give you...

The Melee at the Palace, starring Ron Artest and Stephen Jackson.

This is one of the most legendary fights in the history of sports. EVER. Watch this video. Watch it again and again. You will be amazed at the sheer craziness of the whole situation. Bill Simmons wrote a couple great pieces after it happened, which you can read here and here.

You will thank me later.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Why I haven't blogged in 10 months...But will start again.

One word: Twitter.

I used to blog whenever I would have a random thought or something I wanted to rant about. And then one day, while driving by Riverside Country Club, I had a revelation: I could just tweet it. So I did. And I have been doing it ever since. Now, I won't really say that my tweets are all that exciting, but I will say that I think I make a pretty good comment now and then.

However, there are a few things I haven't been able to tweet about that are definitely blog-worthy. Here is the short list:

1. Admiral Ackbar
2. BYU Police
3. Being Married
4. Mangia
5. Cougarboard

There is my short list of upcoming blog posts. And here is the contest: Leave me a comment with suggestions for blog posts, and I'll pick the best one.

Thursday, October 29, 2009


Yes, It is my sister Maris' birthday. Maris is always so good about posting on her blog for everyone's birthday, (almost everyone, actually), especially this handsome devil. So let's say a cheer for Maris!


Thanks for always being awesome Maris. I love you and your family so much!

Friday, September 18, 2009

The Good Life

Today I was serenaded (kind of....) by a belle femme. I won't re-print it here. But it did mention melted Kinder, the Eiffel Tower, Quasimodo, and eating my face.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Don't Resist

I don't blog very often, but this is worth it.

Get this album. NOW.