Viva Las Vegas! Last weekend, we ate, drank, gambled, shopped and danced our asses off. Needless to say, we’re exhausted but had a terrific time. Here’s a sneak peek of our little getaway:
After much preparation, I arrived at the courthouse bright and early this morning for my first trial. After much waiting, I left the courthouse annoyed and frustrated by being passed for a preferential criminal setting. Thankfully, I can let off some steam while in Las Vegas this weekend. Until then, these pictures make me feel slightly better:
Two bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar; All for awards season stand up and holler! Yea! I’m on my feet, and my sparkle fingers are working overtime. The next couple of months will be filled with some of my favorite things…dresses, shoes and jewels. I simply can’t get enough, especially of these dazzling dames who rocked the Nokia Theater tonight:
Yesterday was my husband’s 30th birthday so I cooked him a delicious dinner of hamburger steaks, macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes, brown gravy, rolls and chocolate chip pound cake for dessert. Yes, I know what a wonderful wife I am…ha! This week’s hodgepodge is also wonderful:
It’s Labor Day, and I realized that I know very little about the holiday. So, I did some research, and I hope that you’re up for a quick history lesson. The first Labor Day was celebrated on September 5, 1882 in New York. Over the next couple of years, other states began to recognize the holiday, too, but Labor Day did not become a national holiday until 1894. President Grover...