Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Highs/Lows



High: The Thunder finished off the Lakers in game 5 of the semi-finals last night.

Western Conference Finals, here we come.



Low: Since the state of Oklahoma has not yet declared the NBA playoffs a state holiday, I'm extremely tired from staying up too late watching the games and the post-game reports.

Worth it?

Yes.



High: Sandal weather is upon us.

Low: I don't have any cute sandals.



High: Matt and Jo drove down from Lincoln last weekend to hang out and be awesome.



Low: They had to go back to Lincoln.



No visit from Jo is complete without a trip to Hideaway Pizza. We also made a stop at Irma's.

It's never let me down.

I usually visit the OKC bombing memorial when people come to visit. If you have not been, I recommend it. They've done a beautiful job.



And now for the photos:






(No, I was not at the Thunder game. Yes, that is a photo I pulled off the internet. Sorry that I'm lame like that)

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

My Boys

OK, I realize these boys aren't actually mine, but sometimes I like to pretend that they are. Basically, I just think they're the best. I mean, aren't they the cutest?

Look at their little faces.




But they also mean business.




One of the lines on my bucket list reads:

"Go to a party, and play Mario Kart with Durant, Harden, and Collison."

And if I happen to hang out with them more after that,

then so be it.

In fact, we'd all probably become super awesome friends and throw theme parties all the time.



I became an NBA fan very randomly when I was about 15 years old (more on that later).
I'm so glad that I finally live in a town with an NBA team.
And they're good!





So, in closing. Keep up the good work, boys.

We're rooting for you.



And we'll party after the finals. OK? OK.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

It Was The Colonel Mustard in The Backyard With Friends



My friends are the coolest.

I know, I know. Everyone thinks that their friends are the coolest. 

But, what they don't realize is that my friends really are the coolest. 

It's been proven time and time again. 

In case you would like to know why I have recently been reminded of their coolness, take a quick jump over to Kickstarter.com
Their new project, Gods of The Prairie, is the project of the day! Hooray! You should click on the link to find out what The Colonel Mustard Amateur Attic Theater is all about. 

Here are some links to some of the Col. Mustard's
previous projects. 
Have you not clicked on the links? Because you should. 

Just do it. 

Also, I realize that most of you are already friends with me on FaceTwitterGram (you know, that thing), but on the off chance you haven't seen me post this information, I hope you've at least enjoyed the links. 

We sure have all had fun being a part of these crazy things. 

Anyhow, if you have questions about the Colonel Mustard, you can visit their home page