Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Always read the label

I don't know how many of you read the labels of the things that you buy.
If you don't, you should. Not only are they informative but they can also be very amusing.
For example I found this on a bottle of vitamin water,
 "If you want to be a superhero, here are a few mandates: tights (with underwear on the outside) and knee-high boots (even if you're a dude). But if you don't want to fight crime and just want to help in the fight of overall health, we recommend this bottle. It's got zinc and 120% of your daily value of vitamin C per serving to help support your immune system. So leave your sidekick back at the cave and bring along this bottle. Best part, you won't have to attach one of those ridiculous sidecars to your motorcycle."

There are many more chuckle worthy labels out there. Warning labels are among the best for a laugh.
Such as the warnings on irons warning not to iron cloths while still on your persons!

So take a moment and read a label today! ; )

Surprise Party

Two weekends ago we had a surprise B-day/going away party for Nate. Nate turned 21 and was going away to collage. He was bumed that he was going to be at collage and not home for his B-day. So, we decided to throw him a surprise party. Now Nate isn't a person who would ask for a B-day/going away party. On the night of the party, Dad and Mom took him out to eat, while the rest of us stayed home and decorated the house and got ready for the party. We hoped that someone would get to the house before Nate got back and Someone did!! We were glad that they did. :) When Dad and Mom drove into are driveway Nate asked why the people were here, Mom told him to go see. :) In the end he was surprised, which we had hoped would happen. :) We all had a great time.

                                                                              N-Neat freak
                                                                              E-Eggheaded (it's another word for intelligent).

Sorry no pictures of the party. :) We were to busy having fun to take pictures.

Monday, September 12, 2011


 We started to build a bigger shop, because my grandpa gave dad a huge amount of tools. At the beginning of the Summer we started building. First we had to clean up the area, then pour cement. If you have ever done anything with cement you know how dirty and messy it is. :) We finished building about one month ago and all Dad has to do is put in the Huge sliding door. :)
                                                       Dad and Nate leveling out the cement.

                          Mare did the cement some of the time and I did the sand some of the time.
                                       (we would switch jobs when someone was gone.)
  We had to put six buckets of gravel, four buckets of cement, and three buckets of sand in.:)
                                                                Susy the strong girl. :)
Me playing in the sand. :) 
                                                                       Power girl!!!! :)
               We had leftover cement that we made into a little cement block and put our hands in. :)
                                                         Dad cleaning the cement mixer.
                                                              We had a ton of fun. :)

                                 Your not suppose to put cement on you, but we did.
Now for the shopping. :) I hate shopping, but my brother Loves it. This past week He and I had to both go shopping for stuff. So, we got up at 6:05 am to go shopping. And we went shopping from 6:55 to 10 ish. It was crazy. He loved it, but I'm still not soled on shopping. I hope y'll have a great day.