Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Are you hungry?

What do you do on a cruise? Eat, eat, and eat some more. My dad calls it the Thanksgiving Diet: you eat until you don't want to ever eat again. That diet doesn't work for me, apparently.

On the way home from the cruise at 10 am, what do I ask? "Should we stop at In'N'Out Burger to get some hamburgers?"

Everyone groaned and said NO WAY. The Thanksgiving Diet works better for them, or maybe I didn't eat enough on the cruise.

I love my sisters, part II

Now we have picture documentation that I, in fact, love Jocelyn, too. We just had to go on another vacation to prove it.

Monday, June 15, 2009

I am an animal lover.

I even send out my animal loving vibe in my sleep.
This is me a couple weeks ago at Tamara and Jack's. Sasha wanted to keep me company while I slept. : )

Sunday, June 14, 2009

YUMMY! And no cement mixer needed.

I just got home from a meeting and Mom told me that I could try one of the warm chocolate melting cakes she had experimented making for dinner. Mom said they were overcooked and not as good as on the cruise. So, I went down to eat mine. I don't know what Mom was talking about. It was delicious. So chocolatey and fudgey! Yummy!

So, after enjoying one, I asked her why she thought it wasn't so good. She looked at me funny and said it wasn't fudgey. I said that mine was, and it was great. That's when she figured out I had eatened an unbaked one sitting in the refrigerator! Oh well, it sure was good.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Last Day at GHHS

Yesterday, Chelsea graduated from Granite Hills High School. The last of us 5 siblings and Dad to graduate from here. We sat in the bleachers and watched her march in. Both Mom and Grandma got a little emotional at that point. The last grandchild and the last Robertson child ending the 16 year era of high school (and seminary). We all have lots of great high school memories! Like our English teacher and her wild stories about, "Dot." And ugh, European History. And choir! Most of us took at least 3-4 years of choir! We all had some great experiences singing, learning music theory and traveling with the choir.

On the way out of the stadium, Mom said, "This is the last time we will be here!" But when we got home, she realized she had lost her glasses during the graduation! She and Dad went back Friday evening and looked all over under the bleachers and along the track without luck. Guess it won't be the last time back at school - now she has to go to the lost and found next week!