Thursday, December 27, 2012

I wish I was a Robertson

I just don't understand why all of the Robertson boys are already married.
I mean except the young ones.
And that is just unacceptable.
I was practically hand crafted to be a rednecks wife.
I like guns.
I like to eat.
Not to mention I love fried food.
And I would quite like to go frog hunting.

It's a travesty.
I cry at the thought that I will never be a part of that family.
I know I belong.
Some people like to tell me I wouldn't "like" Louisianna but I think they are crazy.
What's not to like as long as you have a redneck water park and a sweet gem like Phil to lead you in prayer at family dinner?

All I wanted for Christmas was to become a Robertson.
Eff you Santa.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

A Christmas tree and a Wolverine

This weekend I went with my brother, sister in law and my nephews to get a Christmas tree.
It's become a bit of a tradition.
I love spending time with my nephews and doing something special.
Especially now that Hudson is 1 1/2 so he has totally taken on this personality.
He is wild.
The description of it.
This kid literally flips table jersy housewife style.
This kid literally dives head first off of tables and chairs onto a giant pillow pet.
It's insane.
He also tries to pee on me most of the times I have changed his diaper.
Then grins afterwards.

Anyway, it has always been a mystery to me why people love fake trees so much.
I hate it.
I despise it.
There is in fact a fake christmas tree in my living room and I am outraged about it.
But thus is the life of a 26 year old who still lives at home.
I have no say.

That is neither here nor there however because regardless of the life that is or is not in my christmas tree I head off to the farm every Christmas with my brother in search of a real beaut.
Then he saws that beast down and throws it in the truck.
Mostly I am just there to provide moral support and encourage all parties not to get frustrated.
Christmas tree picking can be very difficult.

However it can also be quite amazing when you have a wolverine in your company.

On another note I started shaving Bella for the winter. She let me get halfway through and then she wasn't having it. So I have a half shaved pup. Great huh? Little does she know tonight we shall be shaving the other side.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Saw it. Pinned it. Did it. A recipe!

So it is Thursday again and that means another day of linking up with Steph and Katie and sharing a delicious recipe I found on Pinterest you know that website we spend hours of precious time on!
I have had a few successful pinterest endeavors in my day but I think my most successful thus far is this little gem!

Crock Pot Potato Soup

Original pin here
The ingredients are:

1 30oz. bag of frozen, shredded hash browns {I used Ore Ida}
3 14oz. cans of chicken broth
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1/2 cup onion, chopped
1/4 tsp. ground pepper
2 cloves fresh garlic mushed in a garlic press or finely chopped
1 pkg. cream cheese {don’t use fat free.  It WON’T melt!!!}

What to do:
Basically throw all the ingredients in your ole' crockpot except your cream cheese and let that baby simmer away for 6-8 hours. About 30 minutes before serving whisk in the cream cheese. I like to cut it into little cubes so it melts faster. The soup will look weird at first chunky almost but once you start whisking that baby will look delicious!
I usually top mine with some tasty bacon crumbles, cheddar cheese, and of course some fresh chives!

I like my soup extra thick and noticed that mine was a little less thick than desired so I poured a little (about half cup) instant potatoes in that bad boy and viola thick as gravy. Literally which is my favorite!
I have now made this two times and each time it has been a huge hit!
My step sister literally licked her bowl clean!

Now feast your eyes on the finished product:

Now everyone run to the store and go home and try this recipe for yourself!

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Date a girl...

Today I have been bored as a hound dog on a hot summer day.
I don't even know what that means.
However it has allowed me much time to stalk blogs.
I got a new follower the other day and have been stalking her blog.
Her name is Millie and she blogs over at Little Miss Sunshine.
She is an over-sharer much like me.
She rambles on.
Today I read a post she wrote and I couldn't help but do my own version.
Please go read her version because it was beautiful.

Date a girl...

Date a girl who believes in honesty. Date a girl who understands that the truth is better than a lie. Date a girl who understands that the truth might hurt but anything but the truth is heartbreaking. Be with a girl who will only make promises she knows she can keep. Be with a girl who respects you enough to be real, transparent, and ground alteringly honest about everything; always with you no matter the cost.
Date a girl who has failed. Date a girl who has chased her dreams and fallen short. Date a girl who has believed in something and fought to have it. Date a girl who understands that dreams and reality differ. Date a girl who will push you to chase your own dreams no matter the cost. Be with a girl who values hard work and understand the pains of failure. Be with this girl because she will be by your side if you fail and she will pick you up and push you towards the finish line. She will understand your deep disappointment and she will be your strength because she understands.

Date a girl who smiles when she cries. Date a girl who can see the joy in the pain she is experiencing. Date a girl who can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Date a girl who understands that no one is a pretty crier. Date a girl who can make a rainbow when its raining. Be with a girl who never loses hope even in her times of despair, if she can do this for herself imagine what she can do for the ones she loves.

 Date a girl who enjoys to cook. Be with a girl who finds happiness in enjoying and creating food. Be with a girl who actually wants to cook for you. Date a girl who likes to share dinner, snacks and dessert. Be with a woman who wants to sit down at the table with you and relax in your company as you eat a meal together. Find a woman who enjoys this simple task.

Date a girl who is spontaneous. Date a girl who can go out on a whim. Date a girl who is eager for adventure. Date a girl who does not fear the unknown but instead embraces it. Be with a girl who will go any where and do anything at least once.

Date a girl who has experienced heart break. Be with a girl who knows how it feels to love and lose. Be with a girl who can relate to pain and emptiness. Be with a girl who knows how to fight for love. Be with a girl who understands that the heart is fragile. Be with a girl who will love with reckless abandon but knows of the pain that she is at risk to experience. Be with a girl who will be aware of the pain heartbreak can inflict upon someone. Be with a girl who knows of loss so that she will be aware of what you are risking. Be with this girl because she will be cautious not to break your heart.

Date a girl who has a hunger for travel. Date a girl who wants to see the world. Date a girl who is not satisfied with being idle. Date a girl who has wanderlust. Date a girl who wants to know all the world has to offer. Who is not in fear of new places or people. Be with a girl who is eager to explore. Be with a girl who challenges the unknowns. Be with a girl who understands that travel and experience enriches the soul. 
Date a girl who has expectations. Be with a girl who expects more from herself. Date a girl who expects more from you. Be with a girl who wont settle for ok. Be with a girl who expects greatness from life and from you. She will push you to be more, she will push herself to be more for you. Be with this girl so that the two of you can go on a journey that will lead you into unknowns and be each others rock, partner and truth along this journey. 
Date a girl who trusts you. Be with a girl who has the strength to place her heart in your hands. Be with this girl because if she can trust you with her fears, her failures, her tears, her heart, her happiness; she will love you deeply. If this girl trusts you she will give the world to you. She will fight for you. She will be your advocate. She will protect you, she will nurture you. She will be your light on dark days.
Date a girl who can act like a guy. Be with a girl who can enjoy sports and beer. Be with a girl who feels comfortable in jeans and a t-shirt. Be with a girl who can enjoy the things you enjoy. Be with a girl who doesn't have to be dolled up all the time. Be with a girl who knows how to use at least one power tool. Be with a girl who doesn't feel like she "needs" a man to do everything for her. Be with this girl and teach her how to fix the leaky sink. Be with this girl because she has a desire to be independent and at ease. Be with this girl because she will appreciate you all the more.

Date a girl who can take a compliment. Only a woman who has true confidence can take a compliment with dignity and grace. Be with this girl. This means that she loves herself therefore you can love her too. Be with a girl who radiates when you do simple things to make her smile. Be with a girl who gets butterflies when you tell her she is beautiful. That glows when you tickle her. Be with a girl who accepts the simple gestures like bringing her coffee, not using all the hot water, or refilling her drink when it is gone. Be with this girl because she understands the chaos that is life and while she has expectations she knows its the small things that count.

Date a girl who builds you up. Be with a girl who frequently lets it be known that you are the man she adores. Be with this girl who constantly has wonderful and uplifting things to say to you and about you. Date a girl who brags about you. Date a girl who wants the whole world to know how proud she is to be with you. Date a girl who goes out of her way to show you she cares. Date a girl who sees the good in you and that it out ways your faults. Be with a girl who accepts you as you are embraces your faults and those funny little quirks that make you who you are. Be with a girl who wants to point out your accomplishments far more than your weaknesses.

Date this girl. If you find her cherish her. Don't lie to her. Don't tear her down. Build her up and treat her like she is the queen of your world. I promise you that if you date this girl, if you treat her with dignity, respect and love she will hand you the world. Be honest and real with this girl, even if you may hurt her. Give her the world and expect it back. Honor her the way God expects you too. Don't hurt her, or lie to her or disprespect her. Show her that nice guys don't finish last. Give her hope that not all the good ones are gone. Don't be like the ones before you who have stolen her heart and left her in tears. Be the man she has dreamed of because if you find this girl she will be all of this and more for you.


Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Ornament swap a little late

So I participated in the lovely Erin at Living in Yellow's ornament swap. I love christmas trees so very much. And on top of that I love getting mail even more. So what a perfect swap. Not to mention it seemed like a fancy way to get to know a couple new bloggers!

I had the pleasure of sending an ornament to a fellow Ashley! Ashley and her sister just moved from Texas to the big city. As in New York. Crazy. Go check out her post to see the Texas themed ornament I shipped her way. Please note that I had intended to include a super bad ass Big Ben ornament but when I aggressively tried to smush it into the box I may or may not have broke it into a million pieces. Oops.

I received an ornament from Antonia over at Lovefullys! She has an adorable blog and she did such a wonderful job of finding a perfect ornament for me! What do you guys think?

Yeah she couldn't of done a better job if she had taken me with her! I failed at being a successful blogger because when I saw that beautifully wrapped box my hunger games instincts kicked in and I ripped that thing apart. Thus no pictures of the beautifully wrapped and packaged ornament. I love love love my ornament and couldn't be happier. I screamed with delight when I opened that sucker up! Thank you to Erin for hosting such a great link up/swap and thank you to my two delightful partners!!

Friday, November 30, 2012

That one time I quoted Pinterest

I was having a pretty bad day last Friday.
Mostly because I had a startling realization that I infact had a full fledged muffing top.
Not like a baby one, not one that only stuck out when I wore certain pants.

So naturally I sent a little message to my bestie.

Truth is, I really did feel like a busted can of biscuits.

But I of course felt better when Sarah exclaimed that she peed and pooped her own pants.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Saw it. Pinned it. Did it.

 Its Thursday chicken nuggets which means once again I am linking up with Steph and Katie for their pinterest link up! I guess what I am about to post is sort of a cop out because well I may have found the pin but I sure as heck did not craft it! Although I am confident I could if I wanted to. But why would I when Ryan the crafting fool is here to do it? No seriously this boy crafts. And is pretty good at it too!

So without further delay I give you:

Mason Jar sippy cup
(because I don't want to spill duh!?!)

Original pin
Okay guys how neat is that! I knew immediately that I HAD to have one! What else is a girl supposed to sip her moonshine from or a crisp cucumber vodka cocktail?
So Ryan being the gem that he is went to work just days after I asked nicely demanded to have one of my very own!
So here is what he used:
one mason jar with lid of your desired size
super glue
and a rubber or metal washer. (superglue if you use ruber)
a drill
He even took pictures of his materials, he knows so well.

So all Ryan did was drill a hole big enough for the straw in the lid
 placed the washer over the hole and seal
insert straw
fill with delicous beverage and enjoy!

I love my mason jar cup!

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

A picture is worth a 1000 words

Can we PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE talk about this photo?

I swear Hudson looks like someone is actually trying to murder him. I have never seen him cry so hard. And Gavin? Not even phased. Its like his little brother isn't actually screaming bloody murder at the top of his lungs! I can't wait to show this to all the ladies in about 13 years.

Monday, November 26, 2012

The time I wove bacon

I always knew that Bacon would lead me to great things.
I always knew bacon would make everything better.
And let it be known that bacon has not let me down.

Now I don't know how much you guys know about famous chefs.
But around these parts famous chefs take the cake for me.
I could read about chefs, watch them cook, fantasize about the wonders that they create for me to enjoy.
Its not mystery I love to eat.
But I also LOVE to cook.
It's a release for me.
I can spend a day in the kitchen and its like I am finally at rest.
I find it theraputic and relaxing.

So given this I enjoy cooking Thanksgiving dinner.
I like to spend the whole day in my apron cooking, creating, tasting and of course drinking (hey whats a meal without a delicious beve in hand?)
So on Thanksgiving I created til my heart was content and instagramed a few photos and posted them on twitter.

my expert bacon weave

doin what I do!
 Expecting nothing more than a few other bacon enthusiasts to comment and like my pictures.
But then out of boredom on Friday I began following people on twitter.
People like Bobby Flay and Mario Batali and other famous chefs.

Enter Chef Graham Elliott.

A real bad ass.
Homeboy can cook and he thinks of cooking as art and a creative release.
He has 3 restaurants in Chicago, has been named one of the top ten best new chefs, has been awarded 4 stars and his restaurants have received michelin stars.
He pretty much owns. Oh and he is only 31.

So what does this have to do with my Bacon?

So basically me and Graham are like the two best friends that ever did live.
And now I can die happy.

A 26 in 26 update

A few months ago I did a post that was inspired by Erin at Living in Yellow.
She wrote a list of things she wanted to accomplish in the next year.
I love lists so I obliged.
I thought since I had my birthday a week or so ago now would be a good time to revisit the list and see if my desires had changed or if I could scratch anything off my list!

Here is the list: (updates/comments in red)

{1} Get myself to Vegas and stat. Perhaps to celebrate my 26th birthday? Didn't happen. Perhaps in May. Its happening before 27 one way or another.

{2} Go on a road trip with my best friend, good thing that’s already
being planned! We went on a few small roadtrips all summer long. One side of the state to the next! Loved every moment of each of them!

{3} Visit the Grand Canyon; try not to have a panic attack while
looking over the edge. Hopefully when we venture to Vegas!

{4} Travel to the East Coast, probably Virginia to meet up with my
food partner in crime Jeff! Hopefully I will make some progress on this one! I miss Jeff so much!

{5} Meet a fellow blogger, “CALLING ALL WASHINGTON BLOGGERS!!” That
means you Raven and Dani. Boom done! Dani and I had our first meet up in August. More to follow I am sure of it!

{6} Get my passport. Well. Not done.

{7} Run a half marathon; better get my badonkadonk to the gym. Need to get to the gym.

{8} Get my Harry Potter tattoo, yes I am a nerd, no I don’t care. Know what I want and where just gotta bite the bullet!

{9} Grow this lil ole’ blog and keep working on it each day! Well. I have been slacking. I apologize my nuggets!

{10} Get back into my adult gymnastics class(aka get over my fear
after spraining my knee a few years back when my body decided not to
complete that backhandspring back tuck) The good news is I am now coaching gymnastics! Which as much as I miss tumbling there is something about seeing a kid get something you have been teaching them that makes your heart melt.

{11} Learn to be more open and upfront, stop biting my tongue and speak up! Getting better! YAY

{12} Join a small group at church. First step, get myself back to church every week...

{13} Join this virtual martini club Erin speaks of! AHEM Erin virtual martini club???

{14} Meet someone famous, preferably one of the many artists I will be
seeing in the next coming months, the Biebs, Blake Shelton, Miranda
Lambert, Dierks Bentley, any of them will do! Didn't happen I am still emotional about it.

{15} Take a trip back to Nebraska and visit the familia!

{16} Go sky diving.

{17} Learn to be more organized like my sister. UGH don't even ask.

{18} Learn to stick to the budget I created for myself.

{19} Start eating more organic again, Foodinc anyone?
{20} Spend more time with my sister and my sister in law, these two
are truly spectacular women and I have so much I can learn from them
and I love them sooo much it hurts! Been working on this. And now more than ever do I see the importance of this!

{21} Truly, and I mean truly get over the last boyfriend, I mean he
broke my little heart back in February it’s time to get over it… I go back and forth. Some days it's like it didn't even happen others it's like he wont leave my mind. I hope that soon this will change I have some plans to help with this.

{22} Spend more quality time with my fur babies(aka take that fatty
Rooskey for more walks so he loses the lbs) Been snuggling like crazy!

{23} Go cliff jumping again and try not to be such a huge baby about it! Waiting for summer time again!

{24} Make plans and stick to them! Improving thats for sure!

{25} Make homemade pasta and pasta sauce with my brother again this year!

{25} Learn how to make risotto!

{26} Actually tell my friends and family about this blog… yeah most of
them don’t even know I blog

So all in all a few small success and a lot to work on. But revisting this list reminded me of the things that are important to me and the goals I want to reach! Can't wait to start scratching more things off my list!
How bout you guys any goals you have set for yourselfs! Lets hear it nuggets!

Friday, November 23, 2012

Going Raven style...

Raven at Don't Quote the Raven usually spends her Fridays in Blog land listing her Gripes and Gratitudes.
I think its a wonderful cap to the week and great way to remind us of the small pleasures in life.
So I am totally ripping her off - Hey I am giving credit where credit is due!

So I would like to take a moment on this little space of mine to talk some gripes and gratitudes. Real Talk. Ladies, real talk time.


I don't think I say it enough but I will forever be grateful to have an amazing big sister. She is my best friend, my rock, my truth, my inspiration, and laughter. I love her so much it hurts my heart. When she hurts I hurt. When she is happy I am happy. When she is mad I am mad, just ask her husband. Yes I just got all sentimental on you. Don't get weird.

I am so grateful that I have a job. As much as sometimes I hate it. As much as sometimes I do not want to get out of bed, I love that I have a job. It gives me purpose, it pays the bills, and it is rewarding sometimes.

I am so grateful for my northface. Yes I went there. I love my trusty Northface rain jacket. It was definitely needed this week in good ole' Washington. It has been a tortential down pour this week and without it these lucious locks would have looked more like a wet maltese.

Duck Dynasty. No joke I get more joy from this show than should be allowed. I watch it with one of my best friends Sarah and it has changed our lives. We spend hours quoting Duck Dynasty back and forth. Its sad but true. I got a soft spot for quiet sweet little Jep. I need to move to West Monroe like yesterday!

Ain't that the truth Phil, Thats what I'm talkin bout!
I love my hair straightner. That is all.

I love Bacon and various other pork related things. Thus why on Thanksgiving I wrapped a ham in bacon.
oh and leftovers. Thank God for leftovers.


Working today. It should be illegal. I am in a full blown food coma still. Who needs to come to the doctor after Thanksgiving? Go to the ER for your black friday related injuries.

My step sister supposedly has an allergy to christmas tree's and my dad and step mom are trying to say we have to have a fake tree. Last year real tree no problems. I refuse. I want my real tree and I am gonna have it even if I have to put it in my damn bedroom!

Facebook. Its like some sort of evil possessed machine. I deleted it for weeks and put it back on my phone for me "facebook day" AKA my birthday. I was sucked back in within a day. I had to intervene.

And that my little nuggets are my gripes and gratitudes. Hope you are all enjoying yoru day to digest the pounds of food you ate! Now off to celebrate Christmas!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

A 26 year old in a onesie

I know the Blog world is being rampaged by lists of things they are thankful for.
On the eve of Thanksgiving the thing I am most thankful for is that tomorrow I will be cooking in a handmade pig print apron and footsie jammies.
Take a brief moment to soak that up.
Oh and please note the exessive drinking that usually occurs as well.
Except I have been punished by the Catholic Gods and have to work on Friday.
A day I usually spend sleeping off the 20-30 pounds of food I consumed and avoiding the public like a plague.

Anyway I digress, back to what I am thankful for.
Let me list a few of the obvious and then get to business.
I am thankful for the fact that I have a job to come to every day, now if said job wanted to give me a sweet raise and an allotted nap time I wouldn't be opposed.
Speaking of naps I am pretty thankful for those.
I am thankful for my family. Without them I would be nothing.
I am thankful for my best friends who will listen to me rant, rave, and cry about the same thing for 9 months and not tell me to shut my dirty trap. (I'm talking to you Marni, Sarah and Trashley)
I'm thankful for a few of my favorite men who have gotten me through the last few months. Jack, Jerry, and Vodka. Thanks for always being there when I need you.
I am especially thankful for Duck Dynasty. I have never in my life wanted to embrace my redneckness more than when I sit in front of my TV for a Duck Dynasty marathon.
And lastly I am thankful for Target for making footsie jammies my size.

Let me elaborate.
It may or may not be a huge secret that I love footsie jammies.
Something about running around in a onesie puts a smile on my face.
The best part?
I can totally buy footsie jammies from the little boys section.
Boys XL yeah buddy!
The only issue is for some reason Target seems to believe that a 10 year old little boy has feet the size of Lebron James.
News flash... THEY DON'T.
So I always have to cut half the foot off.
So I guess you could call them peep toe jammies.
Yeah, thats what you could call them.
I realized I might have a problem with the ole peep toe jammies when things like this started surfacing

It was my birthday don't judge.

This should have been when I stopped drinking. Unfortunately it wasn't. please note Trashley's look of disdain.

And that my friends is why I think it might be time to lay low on the footsie jammies. But probably not.

Happy thanksgiving turkey nuggets or in my case bacon because I'm all about being original and am serving a bacon wrapped ham in place of that bird.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

This one time at Old Navy...

Yes I meant for that to sound a lot like "this one time at band camp..."
Except what happened at Old Navy for me was not nearly as enjoyable as what may or may not have happened at band camp.
If you have a slightly weak stomach I would suggest evacuating these premises because shit is about to get real.

Let me begin.

It was a brisk fall day in November. November 10th to be exact. A day I like to spend pre-celebrating my birthday. A day that is usually filled with joy and glee. Typically a little booze, a lot of food and of course shopping.
And just like any other year on November 10th I ventured out with my best friend in tow to enjoy the few simple things I love most. After enjoying a delicious bloody mary and watching Nebraska parade around Penn state (not even true we won in the 4th quarter) Trashley and I set off to purchase some brand spankin new attire at the local Old Navy. Through out this joyous day I had been getting "hot spells" if you will. I felt like I was 50 going through menapause. It was a real pain in the ass. Anyway shopping we were, taking a gander here, a gander there. Digging through clearance rack after clearance rack until my heart was content.

Then it happened.
A hot flash came on quick.
I literally said to Trashley "Ugh man I am getting so hot again".
No sooner did those words leave my mouth did a very unfamiliar and exceptionaly unwelcomed feeling begin to bubble in my tummy.
I couldn't do anything about it.
There was absolutely no stopping it.
I projectile vomitted all over the clearance section of Old Navy.
I was covered as the only reasonable thing I thought to do was put my hands over my mouth.
Big mistake.
My face, my hands, my shirt covered.
Not to mention the puddle that I was standing over.
Trashley turned and shrieked "WHAT ARE YOU DOING"
And guess what. I felt fine immedietly after. Not dizzy, not light headed, nothing! FINE.
Never have I ever seen an Old Navy employee move so fast.
I was mortified but those ladies at Old Navy were the sweetest. They got me a chair, water, wipes to clean myself up with and a bag to put my puke covered shirt in.
I did my best to clean it up as well as I could.
I didn't want some poor girl moppin up my vomit.
So November 10th 2012 at about 2:00 in the afternoon is the time I projectile vomitted all over Old Navy.
And November 12 2012 is the day I went back and spent lots of money at Old Navy to make up for it.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Finding a new me

So as most of you can probably see I have been a bit absent.
As much as I love to write and express and share my world on this little blog, its been hard.
Not only has life taken a turn for the busy, work, coaching gymnastics, friends, family, dating, birthdays, and holidays... I have just felt like I am on this path to finding a new me.
A better me.
A more organized me.
A more sane me!
A more relaxed me.
A healthier me.
A me with goals and ambitions.
And some how this blog of mine took a back seat to this self discovery.
Its still happening this self discovery.
Sometimes I can't imagine being happier than I am right in this moment.
Other times I think of the past, the mistakes I have made, the chances I should have taken, the times I shouldn't have just given up.
Self reflection is quite exhausting.
It's also quite rewarding.
I hope that very soon I will find my voice again.
And that voice will tell you all magical stories of my adventures, dreams and of course shenanigans!

Until then I am off to discover a little more!

Monday, October 29, 2012


I was hunted.
Automatic rifle in hand I was hunted.
But I guess that’s what happens when you dress up like a bunny.
Bugs bunny in fact.
I just couldn’t help the fact that Sarah wanted to hunt me down.
I mean look at those ears why not!
And then Waldo showed up.
He was trying to blend into the scenery.
And how about ole’ Ben.
He was certainly being hunted.
For being a huge duescher.
So this is the day I was hunted.
And not by Hunter Hayes as I would have preferred.

Sarah was most likely scolding me.

My version of Bugs Bunny.

What a sweet faces we make.

I can't really explain what is happening.

We are officially drunk at this point.

Bugs and Elmer

Same face every picture.

And Sunday Funday the next day. Excellent.

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