Monday, May 30, 2011

it's the little things in life....lucky day?

I don't understand my lack of eagerness to blog. It's really terrible. But here I am again, on a Monday morning not having blogged in.....a while. Maybe it's the incredible boring-ness of my life this summer (thus far) but I really just don't get it. Oh well, hopefully today marks the day where I start to blog every day again.

Yesterday, the weatherman predicted showers and the sun was shining brightly. I spread a blanket out in the yard next to the dog and laid out in the sun for a while. I played around with my camera (my dog became a little camera-shy and I had to resort to all sorts of trickery to get her to look at the camera) and discovered a setting for close up shots on my camera, which I was excited about.

 there were a few passing clouds
 she was trying to eat the camera..
 she's the cutest dog ever.
 Enable: Close up shooting.


 Mom came outside and played with the dog
 hahaha
I found a four leaf clover !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (I then proceeded to lose it again when I picked up my stuff. but at least I have photographic evidence)

It was my lucky day for a few short hours until my mom opened the screen door and yelled, "Russell is coming over." (Russell is our neighbors HUGE labradoodle. I hate that dog.) I jumped up, grabbed all my stuff (dropping my 4 leaf clover) and ran inside. Then I went back out and grabbed my dog and the blanket. I really don't like Russell.

And now, today, I finally get to move in to my room. There's still a few things that need to be finished, but the majority of it is done! It looks gorgeous and I love it. Once it all finished and perfect, I'll take some pictures and put them up. I think I have some pictures of what it looked like before too. 

So now, I'm going to look a few things up online (for my room) and then I'm going to go move ALL my stuff in. It's going to be an exciting day. And it's Memorial Day! A great many thanks go out to all the war veterans and soldiers still fighting for their part in protecting our country. 


from Bonners Ferry with love (and patriotism), 


Chelsea.

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