Friday, August 29, 2008

My Steve

My Steve is the most wonderful man in the world. Just want to take

a blog to tell the world how lucky I am. He takes care of me, loves me when I'm not so loveable (hard to imagine I know), and makes me laugh or tries to every few minutes. The picture above is my Steve and his pretty legs in a pair of way streched out ballet flats that I chose not to wear after Tuesday of this week when they gave me the worst blisters of my life! So for entertainment Steve did a little routine for me. I know all you ladies out there are a little jealous about now, but sorry he's mine! I love this man more than anything!

A Dog Named Sanford

So we (I) just wasn't ready for a dog after our sweet Sadie passed away. Poor Steve, he's just been itching to have a dog of his own. Every time we went to someone's house with dogs he was all but drooling over them. So with time I eventually just wanted a dog for him because he wanted it so bad.

Then came Rowdy, a spunky little dog that Steve got for his parents, and it was all over. He was just so much fun that I broke down too...and that my friends is where Sanford comes in. He is the most wonderful dog in the world, very lively and spirited and loves to play. We are so in love with him. Steve can't wait to get out of the bed in the morning to bring him inside. They're a match made in heaven.

Sanford is a short legged little fiest and the newest addition to our family! I've posted some pictures of our little boy, he love's his daddy's stinky shoes. He won't go to sleep unless he has those shoes. :)

Saturday, August 9, 2008

The Boat

Most of you are probably going to think that this is the stupidest thing in the world, but for those of you out there who enjoy stupid things, this might interest you. Steve and I participated in "Who Wants to Be a Millionare" on our cruise and of course we won (along with 2 other couples). While we were super excited about winning, WooHoo!, we were slightly disappointed when we didn't win a million dollars. Our parting prize was a plastic "24K" gold boat trophy. Why we even brought it home I don't know, but now I'm glad we did. After riding in my car for a couple of months we decided to use the boat for other purposes. We decided to hide the boat from each other in places that were obvious, but slightly out of sight. I know, weird...but it really is so much fun. Every time I find that ugly trophy I think about him and it makes me smile, makes me remember how much I love him. Stupid yes, but oh so much fun. I encourage everyone to try it. Oh and by the way...not that I'm keeping score or anything, but right now Steve has been unable to find the boat for almost 2 weeks, man I'm good!