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Looking back at 2012

I can't believe another year has passed! It's flown by!

We've had another busy year. Here are some of the things that happened:

- After being unemployed for 5 months Mike got a job at Discover in March doing customer service for Credit Card. Definitely not his ideal job and the least he's ever gotten paid after college, but it was a job and we needed the money. I got a $300 bonus for referring him. Score!
-Mike got to go to Goblin Valley in March with a buddy of his from Woodbadge. They took a scout troop and had a good time.
In March we also went to Oregon for March Madness. I was dreading it (like always) but this time was actually really fun. We went on a lot of hikes and to a lot of places in Portland. And Mike got his basketball fix. 
-In May I got a new position as a Policy and Procedure Analyst. I have really enjoyed the new position and the higher pay. I also really like the people I work with.
-In April Mike was contacted by Fidelity for an interview! He had applied way back in February.. and he applied twice after his first application was denied.
-July Mike quit Discover and started at Fidelity. He started studying pretty hard for his Series 7 and 63 tests.
-I went to school through the summer. I was lucky enough to get a tuition waiver! I took 15 credits! It was tough. I made the Dean's List for my 3.62 GPA. My mom came to my ceremony when I got my little pin.
-Also in July Mike got to go to the Grand Teton Adventure camp with the scouts. He had a blast mountain biking, whitewater rafting and canoeing, and he even did a crazy obstacle course way high up in the air. I was jealous. He also got to visit Jackson Hole, one of my long time vacation destinations. I was very jealous.
- In August I got drawn for tickets to President Monson's birthday Celebration! I got four tickets so my mom and dad drove down here, we had a delicious dinner and went to the birthday extravaganza. It was so fun! The music was beautiful. I'm so glad we got to go.
-On the 21st of August Mike and I celebrated our 3rd anniversary! It's been the best 3 years of my life!
-In October I got to see a band I like in concert with some friends. The lead singer came into the crowd during some songs and I got to sing in the microphone on one of my favorite songs.
-On October 17 Mike passed his Series 7 exam with an 86%! He killed it! He then passed his Series 63 on October 26 with a 72%! He passed both with flying colors and got a raise for it. Whoo hoo!
-We visited some 4 year colleges in November. I'm still not sure where I want to go.
-In November it was my birthday. Mike spoiled me (see blog post about birthdays)
-We celebrated Mike's birthday in December - number 29!
-Mike's brother, Dave, came to town for Christmas. We hit up some good restaurants and the Brigham City Temple with him.
-My parents and siblings went to San Diego for Christmas. It was my first Christmas away from my family. It was a good Christmas, and I got to Facetime with them. :) I love technology.
-Mike got me a Canon 60D and two lenses with it. He definitely spoiled me. He got the O Jerusalem painting from me. I was sure I beat him in the present category this year, but I was wrong.


Old Death Whisper

A few weeks ago Mike and I went to a bar. Crazy, right? We drank soda. We went to go see my uncle's band, Old Death Whisper. We had a good time! The music was great! We both really enjoyed the band's sound. I even had a song dedicated to me! I hope Old Death Whisper will come back to SLC soon so we can go see them again. It was a lot of fun, and the music was a perfect mix of Old Western, dirty Bar Tunes, Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murpheys, and Picking up the Steam.

My Birthday. Number 23. Mike's Birthday. Number 29.

First of all, I'd like to say.. I made it! I made it through the semester. I got a 3.69 GPA. Not too bad considering I had some tough classes.

A few weeks ago, I had my birthday. It was awesome! Mike definitely spoiled me. My birthday was on Sunday, so he actually spoiled me on Saturday. First, he had bought me a leather coat that I really wanted, a few weeks prior. And he got me a video game. It is on the PS3, but it's a bunch of old Sega games. It's pretty sweet. My mother in law got me a pineapple corer slicer thing, which I have been wanting one of those for a long time. Mike and I love to eat pineapple in the summer. On my birthday Saturday we went out to the mall. Mike took me to Zupas for lunch! I love Zupas. They had some special German Sausage Soup or something, so I had that and it was delicious. After that Mike took me to Bath and Body Works and let me stock up on lotions! I got a lot of different flavors and I can't wait to use them all! And then we went and saw the third Batman movie. Since it was my birthday I got a coupon for a free small popcorn, but I paid like 50 cents to upgrade to a laaarge. Large and in charge, baby! And I might have also got a free drink, but I can't remember. After the movie, Mike was going to take me to Tucanos for my birthday dinner. But.. I wasn't feeling well :( I think the movie popcorn with the fatty butter all over it made me sick. So we stayed in and watched a movie.

Later that month Mike took me to Tucanos for my birthday dinner. I think on the 29th. It was super delicious. I had more lemonades than I ever thought I could fit into myself. My favorite was the guava lemonade. And I really liked the bacon wrapped filet. And the grilled pineapple. We used my birthday coupon to eat there (if you can't tell, I'm big on birthday coupons) and they sang happy birthday to me in Portuguese. How nice.

On my actual birthday - Sunday - we went up to my parent's house. My mom was nice enough to make me a birthday dinner! I didn't have to cook on my birthday! Or even have to clean up! My mom was a trooper. She made me a ham (and she had never even cooked ham before) and she made homemade rolls and party potatoes. It was an amazing dinner. She should go work at Tucanos with her cooking skills.

Remember when I was talking about Zupas? Well they also serve sandwiches at Zupas. They serve panini sandwiches! So good. My family got me a panini maker for my birthday. Mike and I have made panini sandwiches, which have turned out pretty good!

For Mike's birthday he got to play an indoor soccer game. His game was at 11 PM, so it was a little late. We also went to Pei Wei for dinner. The food there was pretty good. I would say it's above Panda, but below PF Chang's. For Mike's birthday he got a dozen fancy fancy cupcakes, season 6 and 7 of The Office Blu Ray, the Indiana Jones trilogy Blu Ray, Lord of the Rings Extended Edition Blu Ray and a Manchester United jersey. He also got a deep fryer from my parents and I made him brownies and a chocolate cake with chocolate frosting with crushed peppermint on top. Yum.

Here are the yummy cupcakes. They were divine. I think my favorite was the chocolate peanut butter.

And that is all. Next year will be Mike's big 3-0. Should be pretty fun!


Best Mom Ever Award

I have the best mom ever. I may be biased, but whatever. She's still the best mom ever. At least I think so. And I'm positive my siblings think so, too! Where are her credentials you might ask? Well here is a short list.

One time, when I was in preschool I had a field trip to the Dinosaur Park. I was super excited to go. I super excited to go even though it was raining outside. My mom dropped me off at preschool, and while running up.. I tripped. And fell. Into a huge puddle. My clothes were sopping wet. I cried. I wanted to go to the Dinosaur Park. My mom talked to my teacher, packed me into the car, took me home, changed me and then took me to the Dinosaur Park and helped me find my class. She would also go on field trips with me through out elementary. :D

When I was little, my mom would make pancakes in the morning. And when my dad would make pancakes and fling them from the counter to the table and a pancake would accidentally land in her glass of milk, she didn't even get mad.

When my mom used to do my hair when I was little she wouldn't "poof my bangs to the sky." Just a little poof.

The other day I got a text from my mom. It said "Em, I was just thinking that your birthday is coming up next month. Do you have any plans on that day sine it's Sunday? I will make you a birthday dinner if you would like. Think about it and let me know what you think. Don't feel like you have to... It's just an idea." Let me ask you this. What kind of mom offers to make her grown up married daughter dinner on a Sunday? The best mom ever, that's who. I still haven't decided what exactly I want for dinner. Mmm.. And the best part is I won't even have to help clean up, cuz it will be my birthday.

I probably call my mom more than I should. But every time I call, she is excited to talk to me! Even if it's about nothing! Every time she tells me it was nice to talk to me. And every time we go up to visit, she tells Mike and I both that it was so good to see us! She is always happy to see me (and Mike). I love that.

The other week, my mom drove my brothers down here to go to a Merit Badge Fair. I had asked her what she wanted to do, and do you know what her answer was?! She wanted to help me stain my kitchen cabinets! That isn't even fun! She brought down her electric sander, and we got a lot done that day! I would not have gotten that far all by myself and hand sanding.

When my mom came down here and saw my house, I apologized. It was a mess. The kitchen was torn apart, dishes were stacked in the living room, the table was a mess, it was bad. I told her I was sorry it was such a big mess, and she didn't even bat an eye at that huge tornado mess! She said something like, "You are working full time and go to school full time, and you are doing a project! I don't care!" That made me feel really good.

At the beginning of this month I had a Dean's List celebration thing. Mike couldn't go because he was studying for his Series 7 test. My mom dressed fancy, drove down here, and went to the reception celebration thing with me. And she pinned my Dean's List pin on me! And she took pictures! And then! She bought me dinner. How nice is that?! The whole program was like 45 minutes. She drove 2 hours for 45 minutes. Best. Mom. Ever.

Besides the fact that my mom does all these nice things for me (and others!) she is genuinely an amazing person. She is always excited for someone if they have good news, she is always willing to help, and she is always happy. She is one of my best, closest friends and she is an amazing example. Thanks for being such a great mom, Mom! I love you!


Peanut Butter Trifle

I made a trifle for today. My first trifle I have ever made. It turned out delicious! We went up to my parent's for the Brigham City temple dedication. It was an amazing dedication. The talks and music were beautiful.

Anyway, afterward we ate Dunn and then I pulled out my trifle. I don't have a trifle bowl, so it didn't look all pretty and stuff. I'm sure it did look pretty, but we couldn't see it looking pretty. I got the recipe from Pinterest, of course. Haha! Here is the blog for it, it is uh-may-ZING!

I wish I would've taken pictures. It turned out delicious and was pretty easy to make!


DIY No Sew Bag out of an old T-shirt

I found this idea on Pinterest, and it was so easy! It took me maybe 10-15 minutes. I've already made 2 bags. I'm super excited to use this bag as a lunch bag instead of using a plastic bag every day.

Here is the site that the directions are on:

And here are the step by step pictures I took!

First step, pick a t-shirt you never use or wear. I don't ever wear this one because it is too big. 

Cut off the sleeves and cut off the head hole. You can cut the head part into a "V" or other ways, but I like the square cut. Try to make straight lines.

Cut strips out of the sleeve material that you just cut off. I cut the seam on the sleeve so I can make nice long strips. You want them to be in between a half inch and an inch. Then you get to pull on them to make them all long and stringy.

At the bottom of the t-shirt, cut 2 slits. As you can see I did mine in the middle in the front and back. You can also just do one slit if you want, and then you will only need 1 strip of fabric (see above).

Use a safety pin to fish the string part through the bottom hem of the shirt. 

Here is one half of the bottom finished. You will use the other string to go through the other half. You can also do just one slit and one string, but the hole at the bottom will be bigger. That is why I like doing 2.

Here is what it looks like once both of them are threaded through. Try to make the string even on each side.

Once the string are even, tie a knot! You can leave the excess string, snip it, or even tie a bow. I snipped this one so the strings are shorter. My other bag I tied them into bows.

And here is my finished bag.

And here is my finished bag hanging up. Can't wait to put stuff in it!!!

Thank you Pinterest for easy and cute projects!


Temple Open House

On Saturday Mike and I had the opportunity to go to the Brigham City Temple Open House. We stopped by my parents house first and hung out with them for a little bit. We then headed up to Brigham City with one of my little brothers, Brandon. We had to wait a little bit, but not too too long according to Brandon. He said my family had to wait a lot longer when they went. We finally made it up to where we got little white booties put on our feet to protect the carpets and such. And then we went in! The temple is smaller than I thought it was going to be. It is so beautiful. There was definitely a calm, peaceful feeling inside the temple. All the pictures were beautiful! I absolutely loved the artwork. I think that was my favorite part. I love how temples are so simple, yet so elegant and beautiful. I loved all of the stained glass and how a lot of the rooms inside of the temple had the beautiful windows so there was a lot of natural light. I'm excited for when the dedication takes place and then Mike and I can go to this one!

After the temple we dropped my brother off and said goodbye to everyone. They had made salsa earlier that day and my mom let me take some and let me have some of her veggies from her garden! YUM! Then Mike and I went to dinner at the Prairie Schooner. Oh. My. Gosh. THE FOOD WAS SO GOOD! The steak was so juicy and perfect. The baked potato was amazing. The chicken was juicy. It deep fried mushrooms were delectable. It was amazing. Mmmm...

Made My Night

Best husband ever.

Mike: I'm excited I get to spend the holidays with you.
Me: Aww, thanks boo. You're sweet, I'm excited too.
Mike: But every day is like a holiday to me, because I get to wake up next to you.

What a sweetheart.

Later that night he updated his FB status.. which he hardly ever does. And now it reads:

Mike Lowder: I'm so proud of Emily and how well she is doing in school. She is taking a lot of really hard classes and working full time and doing so good. Way to go Em!!!

I love him.


66 Random Facts Because I Don't Want To Think of 100.

Here are 66 random facts about me. Feel free to skim since 66 is a lot!

1- I hate Almond Joys.
2- I love homemade grape juice.
3- 3 is my favorite number.
4- I have the funniest husband ever. He is absolutely hilarious. He makes me laugh so much.
5- I should hopefully be done with my associates at the end of this coming summer semester.
6- I really like the movie Despicable Me. Mike even watched it with me last night. It's so cute!
7- I own the movie 7 Pounds but have never watched it, because I don't want to cry.
8- Although I am not excited for winter or cold weather, I am excited for a change in wardrobe! Here comes cute layering, hoodies, long sleeve shirts, beanies, and boots!!
9- One of my current favorite U2 lines is "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle."
10- Speaking of number 9, my very favorite band is U2. I hope they come to Utah again.
11- I have a U2 poster hanging on my wall at work. I think ts about 3 feet by 2 feet. Pretty big.
12- I hope that one day Mike and I can backpack Europe. I think I would want to start in Scotland or Ireland and squiggle our way down to Italy.
13- I can't wait until I am all done with school!
14- I am very proud of Mike and how well he is doing at his current job.
15- I like my job!
16- I miss teaching sunbeams in church.
17- I do, however, enjoy being in the YW.
18- Our next vacation is going to be to San Deigo!
19- We have 2 dogs. They are hilarious. I love their unique personalities and quirks. They are both smart in different ways and I love watching them play.
20- I can't wait (but I can wait) till we have a little baby and I get to dress it up so cute and dress it up for Halloween!
21- I would like to go sky diving again.
22- I already got Mike's birthday present and it's hiding in our house somewhere!
23- I ate honey nut Cheerios for breakfast this morning.
24- I don't like the word "module" because of how it sounds.
25- Lately I have been really wanting to eat some BROWNIES! Yum!
26- I have a lot of cute crafts and things I would like to do, but I have a lack of time.
27- I do not like my accounting class. It is soooo hard!
28- I wish I could surprise Mike with a dinner for two on the pitcher's mound at Fenway Park.
29- I get nervous when I order food at a restaurant.
30- Sometimes I have dreams where I save people, Mike, or the world. I'm a hero!
31- The other day I wrote on Mike's facebook wall. I wrote "I love you more than pigs love slop." Haha! He didn't think it was as funny as I thought it was.
32- After this semester I will have all my generals done, except math! I will also have 4 degree required classes done. Getting close!
33- One of my favorite terms for someone that isn't fun is "wet blanket." Who came up with that? It's hilarious.
34- My favorite characters on The Office are Kevin and Stanley.
35- My favorite character on How I Met Your Mother is Marshall.
36- I often quote Disney movies. This morning on the way out the door I said to Mike, "I can't believe I have to drive to work on a Saturday!" All the way to work!" (Toy Story 2). The other night I made Mike guess which movie had the song I was singing. I was singing - So This Is Love (Cinderella).
37- Even though I'm not a huge fan of 3D movies, I want to go see Finding Nemo in 3D.
38- If I get hungry at work lately I have been eating slivered almonds. I think they are healthy.
39- I love the name Grace for a girl, and the name Boston for a boy.
40- Mike makes fun of me when I say I'm doing a specific thing (washing my hands, cleaning the counters, throwing something away, washing something, etc) because of the germs.
41-I like the color orange. And blue.
42- One of my all time favorite movies is The Princess Bride. "Have fun storming the castle!"
43- I want to write a blog post about my favorite lines from movies.
44- I got some Lucky and Big Star jeans from Downeast for $5 each. And a pair of Sevens for $15. Holla! I love jeans!
45- Sometimes I wonder if anyone ever reads my blog because I don't get very many comments anymore. I still blog though.
46- I hate when people get mad over stupid things.
47- Sometimes I get mad over stupid things. Usually Mike is pretty good at helping me realize how stupid and little these things are.
48- I should be done with SLCC at the end of summer semester next year.
49- I wish all our troops would come home. No more war!
50- Ain't no party like a Scranton party, cuz the Scranton party don't stop!
51- Sometimes I feel like a kid stuck in a grown up body.
52- I'm scared of bugs.
53- I am also scared of fish kind of! I've never taken one off a line because they freak me out! Thanks Syd, for helping me with that when we were in the Windrivers. She even killed it for me on a rock. I didn't eat it though.. I don't like fish.
54- I've never eaten shrimp.
55- One time I think it would be fun to go to the Pawn Shop that is on the History Channel and ask for one of their autographs. Then I would want to  come in a little bit later and try to sell said autograph.
56- One of my weird habits is to make sound effects for things.
57- I love making inanimate objects talk. I crack myself up.
58-This year I want to drive up a canyon and take pictures once all the leaves have changed colors.
59- I like dark wood floors. Mike thinks the dark color ruins floors, but I love it.
60- Waffle's bark irritates the crap out of me. It's kind of whiney! Woof! Woo-woo-woo-woof! Woof! Ugh. I can't stand it.
61- I wish I had a pretzel cart and a worker in my basement. That way, whenever I wanted a soft pretzel I could have one. For free!
62- I'm pretty excited for the holidays this year. Usually I'm a little Scrooge-ish and slow to warm up to the holidays, but I'm already looking forward to it.
63- Occasionally, I call Mike Mr. Grumpy Gills. Only when he is really grumpy though.
64- I can't wait till egg nog comes out.
65- I am a good cook! Just a dessert cooker though. I make meals fine, but my specialty is desserts :)
66- I wish I knew how to use PhotoShop.


Skydiving - 2009

Well, I guess I never put my skydiving pictures up on here from when I went in 2009. Weird. I thought I did. Here they are in case you missed them.

Don't want to get kicked by a parachuter! If I did though, I'd make sure my body was stiff like a board like the man in the illustration above.

There is my name on the board! Yay!

My friend Jake and I getting ready to jump out of an airplane.

Tom. The man that made sure I didn't die.

Look at my big grin jumping out! Whoo! 

Totally rocked.

Obviously I loved every second of it.

Except for when Tom made us spin when the parachute was out. I made him stop so I didn't get sick. This picture is pre-spinning though.

Literally, I enjoyed every second of it.

 Huge grin. Who wants to look at the camera?! Not me. I'd like to look at the ground, thank you.
 Last shot before the parachute comes out and yanks me up by my boot straps!
And safely landing. See how my feet are out? I landed on my bum.

Would I do it again?! Most definitely. Scariest part? Flying up in the airplane. I hated the anticipation. Funnest part? Free falling. Just like Tom Petty.


Coffee Table

I have recently joined Pinterest. I held out as long as I could! I just hopped on once and saw so many ideas that I needed to join so I could remember all the ideas that I want to do! One of the ideas I saw recently was to re-do the top of an Ikea coffee table. Since Mike and I have an Ikea coffee table and I wanted it to look cuter, I decided we were going to try it. So here are the pictures from before during and after. I wish our living room had better lighting to show off how cute it is, but oh well. Maybe I'll do the lighting in our living room next..

Here they are!

 This is my cute man sanding. I helped too, I promise. He is so cute!

 These are the pine boards we used.

 Short and long boards so we can do both of our tables. These are after they are sanded.

 Staining the boards an oak color.

 All stained!

 This is before I glued the boards down. I was so excited!

This is after the boards are glued down.. on the front one. I have not glued  the tiny table yet. Doesn't it looks pretty!?

 Table all redecorated! I love the color! Please feel free to come over and look at my pretty tables and visit us!!

Maybe Kramer can add my coffee table to his book of coffee tables!


Dean's List

That's right. You read it correctly. I am the newest member appearing on the Dean's List. Why? This last semester of Summer 2012, I took 15 credits. I also earned a 3.62 GPA. That is apparently quite a feat. Score! I hope I can do it again!

A Golden Celebration!

Last Friday night, we went to one of the coolest things ever. Golden days: A Celebration of Life

Let me back up. Sometime in June my mom emailed me and told me I could put into a drawing for President Monson's birthday celebration. So of course, I went to the church website and entered in. The winners would be picked July 5 or something. I was under the impression that I'd be getting an email if I won the tickets and when no email came I was a little disappointed. A few days later, I got a little envelope in the mail. Well, Mike got an envelope in the mail from the church. I started shaking and my heart started pounding as I tore open the envelope. It was what I thought it was! Tickets!! HOORAY!! I ran in to the computer room and told Mike, while jumping up and down. I was so excited! I hurried and called my mom (because I had asked for 4 tickets and I told her if I got them and she didn't she could go with us!) and she was just as excited as I was. All the way from the beginning of July to mid August every time I talked to my mom on the phone we would talk about how excited we were for 85th birthday celebration for President Monson. I even skipped the yearly family Windrivers trip so I could go to this! Finally, the day came.

I was sooo excited! A little before 5 I left and went down to meet Mike at his work. Once he came out of work we walked to the car and parked it in a parking garage where I had a free pass. We then walked down to the Macaroni Grill. Side note: I had the worst ear ache ever. No joke. Worst ear ache/infection I've ever had. It hurt when I talked, when I chewed food, and I couldn't open my mouth all the way because I think the muscle or tube or whatever from my ear and down my neck was really swollen. Also, it hurt when I would walk because apparently my head bobbles. Not really, but it hurt when I walked, too. Lovely. Anyway, we went to the Macaroni Grill and my lovely parents met us there. My mom looked very pretty in her cute outfit with her purple shirt. Anyway, my mom ordered chicken under a brick, Mike ordered a salad and some shrimp stuff and I think my dad got a salad too. I didn't get anything because my ear hurt sooo bad. I did eat a little of Mike's salad and some bread though. We ate and talked and had a wonderful time visiting. Then the waitress asked if we wanted a box, and I wanted a box for the loaf of bread that we hadn't eaten, but I didn't want to say that so my mom said that yes we wanted a box. The girl ended up getting a box and scraping my mom's chicken left overs into the box. My mom had like one potato and a little chicken skin left. Hilarious. So then we paid and when we left we just put the bread in the bag with the chicken stuff. Haha. We dropped the food off at the car and headed on our way! On the way there my dad spotted a distressed woman. Her car tire had popped. My dad, being the good Samaritan and outstanding example that he is, stopped to give her a hand. In his suit. What a great guy. Seriously. Well my mom and I are in skirts and the boys looked like they had it handled, so I left two tickets with Mike and my mom and I took off! We got to the conference center and stood in line. There was a big line! I mean.. of course there was it was the birthday celebration for President Monson. 85 years. YEEEAAARS! Holy moly. We finally got in and found some seats. Then we waited. The men showed up just as President Monson walked in. After everyone sat down they came and sat by us. FINALLY the night started! It was amazing! The choir performed and they had special guest singers. And these weren't just picked up off the street or off American Idol singers. No no. They were from BROADWAY. And other places like Broadway... like the Opera. It was amazing. My favorite pieces were 76 Trombones, All I Ask of You, and You Raise Me Up. But I think my two favorites were 76 Trombones and All I Ask of You. I don't think I can pick a favorite of those two. The music was absolutely beautiful. The orchestra did an amazing job. I loved the music. And all of the people that had clips or spoke of President Monson were so sweet! What a great man. 76 Trombones was a really fun, and the Orchestra did amazing! I loved it. All I Ask of You is one of my all time favorite songs from Phantom of the Opera, and Rebecca Luker knocked it right out of the water. Ho-ly COW! It was an amazing night. I was so happy I won tickets and I could spend the night with some of my most favorite people.

The opening prayer was really long. So long that Mike said, "Do you think he's ever eaten a warm dinner?" Haha!

What a great night.



Today I was watching some TV and Mike came in and sat on the bed. I asked what he had been doing and he said he was looking at potential Christmas presents for me. I told him that he had already said previously that he knew what he was getting me. He then told me that what I would get for Christmas could be "up to $1,000.00" Haha. Right. Anyway, I argued with him a little bit and he told me it would be based "on good behavior". I laughed, and then he told me that he would count to 1,000 for me so I would know how much it was. So he started counting. He held me in bed, and wouldn't let me leave until he was done. Cracked me up. He'd also take a small pause between each number, and pronounce each number, so instead of "one thirty-seven" he would say "One hundred thirTy seven. It took a while. He finally got to one thousand and then he kept going. I thought we were going to be stuck counting all night!!


Cahoots Duo Challenge

Here are the pics I was talking about in the last blog post. So fun!