I know I'm really, really, really late in filing my police report, but the pictures below show proof positive that the wee little leprechaun has struck the Sagers' home yet again! When will he ever learn--or better yet, when will WE ever learn? The incriminating evidence is irrefutable: green milk and Lucky Charms. Daniel loves green milk and Lucky Charms. And toilet papering. And making a general mess of the place. And leaving it to someone else to clean up. And not leaving his pot-o-gold behind!
Thursday, May 24, 2007
Christian proves that the correlation between the Spring Equinox and successfully balancing an egg on its head lies completely and solely in the amount patience of the person trying to make it happen, and whether that person can continue to keep at it even after all the eggs in the carton are broken from either rolling off the counter (Humpty Dumpty comes to mind here), or from being hurled against the wall in much frustration, accompanied by much cursing. According to this site, the Spring Equinox prerequisite is a bunch of hooey and has NOTHING to do with the egghead's, er, person's ability to balance his egg on a hard surface. Eggs are cheap. Go buy a dozen and test your patience quotient with the egg-o-meter today!
Posted by Deon at 1:26 PM
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Do you think that I could somehow make a boatload of money at some future date by becoming a blackmailer with these photos? The possibilities boggle the mind--especially regarding the photograph of the ever dignified and usually reserved Professor Sagers.
Posted by Deon at 4:56 PM
Tuesday, May 08, 2007
Don't these pictures look like they belong in a beautiful fairy tale book?
Sean took his friend Marissa Flinders to American Fork High School's Prom, and by the sound of things, they had a blast. The date started with the "day date" consisting of brunch at Magelby's, then board games and pool at our house. The girls got dropped off at their homes for primping, curling, dabbing, etc., while Sean and Christian and the band rushed off to play in a Battle of the Bands concert at a rival high school. From there Sean was off to change into this spiffy tuxedo, then picked up Marissa, tried to hold still long enough for pictures, headed to P.F. Chang's for a tasty dinner, then finally danced the rest of the night away with pals Jordan and Hannah and another 500 of their closest friends. A milkshake nightcap at Arby's topped it all off.
My baby boy is growing up! I can hardly stand it.
Posted by Deon at 1:02 PM
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Due to her enormous amount of talent and dedication and skill, Ashley has leaped into the publishing scene! Congratulations Ashley--how does it feel to see your name in, if not bright lights, at least in black and white? Woohoo!!!!!!! Nice job! (Double click on each photograph for a clearer view.)
Posted by Deon at 2:11 PM