Thursday, December 31, 2009

Island Girl

I don't totally understand the mermaid and the windmill but there it is.

She will be living on the 4th floor, notice the nice Lani for those warm days. Thank goodness for the elevator

We spent yesterday in College Station/Bryan looking for an apartment for T for next semester. What a job! Thankfully Janet's daughter gave us a list of apartments to check and that helped. We weighed the pros and cons of each during lunch at Jasons Deli and narrowed it down to 2. Drove back to each one and made the decision late yesterday. T got a list of roommate matches at the apartment complex and made her decision last night. For the next 5 months this will be her home away from home, she is so excited about the apartment and the school change!

Monday, December 28, 2009

2010 Calendar

My house mouse was nice enough to update my neglected blog! Sometimes life gets in the way of life. Hopefully 2010 will be more productive in blog land.
Linda came over not too long ago and we worked on this Maya Road 2010 calendar. This was the first "just for me" thing I have done in a long time. I love how it turned out and that it is small enough to sit on my desk. My only complaint about it, the holes are too small on the chipboard and the acrylic stand for the rings that came with it. I used a lot of MR, some grunge board and grungepaper, Graphic 45 paper,and some goodies from my stash!
Happy New Year!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Hello everybody! Teysha here. I see that it's been eons since Nana updated this so I thought I'd take the liberty of doing it myself. We've all been splendid! I'll be transferring to Blinn next semester in hopes to get into A&M in the fall. I'm switching majors to International Studies and learning Chinese, studying Asia, and most likely studying abroad in China for a semester in order to get into the FBI. Nana and Papa have been good as well, working a lot it seems. I think this little break was much needed for the whole family. Soccer season ended wonderfully, we got the winningest season in Concordia history, I got named honorable mention in the NCAA division III bracket (and named MVP in some onlline survey!). I'll surely miss it, but I've got bigger and brighter things ahead for me.
We all got snuggies for Christmas so be looking forward to our Christmas pictures in said snuggies, they're sure to be precious. And although we all already bought our Christmas gifts and (supposedly) know what they all are I got Nana and Papa little surprises on the side, but keep that on the DL bloggers.
Ta ta for now!