Friday, February 5, 2010

My list Update

Sorry about the lacking on my blog.
I have one of the worst computers on the planet,
I have been SOO busy.
I have accomplished many of the goals on my list so far this year.
I've been really proud of myself actually!
here are just a few of the things I have done in the past month (give or take ;))
*Learn how to make Cafe Rio pork (Which I did today. It is SO much more work than expected)
*Dye my hair and include the color red
*Befriend a complete stranger
*make a CD of all of the pictures on my computer
and I also went to IKEA today.
To find a desk
I'm moving in to a house with 5 other roomates in May
 decided that is the perfect oppertunity to "remodel" my bedroom!!
I'm really sorry I'm slacking on my blog lately.
My life has been pretty uneventful lately
(which is NOT a bad thing!)
I'm speaking at a middle school about adoption on Monday.
It will be the first MIDDLE school,
Usually it's high schools.
Hopefully it will go well!!


StefanieJinelle said...

Yeah, I'm supposed to be presenting at a middle school in March. Possibly. They haven't told me anything recently about it. I think that's INSANE. It seriously has gotten that bad. I was talking to a girl today about the show 16&Pregnant. And I was like it can be taken two different ways. Either teens will be frightened of it and will never want to do it. Or they will take it as, "That's the cool thing to do now."

P.S. I would like to see this red color of yours :)

Mary (MEM) said...

Middle school- that's so YOUNG!
Hoping there are some girls who can benefit from what you share with them.

Speaking of sharing . . . do you have the recipe for Cafe Rio pork?

DanyaLynd said...

It's good to hear you're alive! LOL! Yeah middle school is pretty bad but maybe they want you to talk to these kids not because they're necessarily getting preggo in middle school but so they'll be able to look back on this later when they do get pregnant.

Que and Brittany's Adoption Journal said...

Wow- I'd love to hear about how it goes! Good luck!

birthmothertalks said...

I think it's great that you will be speaking to middle school students. It's not too early.