Tuesday, November 20, 2007


So, you’re right. I haven’t posted in like 6 months. And several of you have been very vocal about your disappointment. Lets recap what’s happened in the last 200 days shall we?

1. Erik moved to NC
2. Luke and Cassie got engaged
3. I planned a wedding
4. I officially entered my “late 20’s”
5. Went on funnest beach trip ever with 3 bridesmaids. Possibly the funnest (stop spell checking that word!) 4 days of my life. Here we are playing “America’s Next Top Model” –be afraid of the birds and the amazing shirts Miriam made for us.

6. Miriam turned 23
7. I got married

8. Clemson beat FSU
9. Luke and Cassie got married. Notice the sign. Prophetic don’t you think?

10. I gave my orange bridesmaid’s dress to Goodwill
11. Murray turned 5
12. Spent a lot of time in Chapel Hill
13. We got a bigger fancy patio

4. Miriam’s parents got chickens. The most noteworthy thing on my list. See what happens when you leave your parents unsupervised. They do crazy things like raise chickens.

15. I have TMJ
16. Charlotte has worst draught on record. Here’s my plan to help.

17. I got my hair all cut off
18. Jenny Cartee Pottery featured at the Southern Christmas Show
19. There are no new episodes of The Office left.

Right now I’m just killing time until the 4 day weekend. Life has been pretty busy lately. I’m looking forward to some downtime.

Thursday, May 03, 2007

i can see the future

from my favorite website.

i predict this scene will play out in my living room with erik and murray everytime i go away on business.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

dont blame the wine

"Sometimes when I reflect back on all the wine I drink I feel shame.Then I look into the glass and think about the workers in the vineyards and all of their hopes and dreams. If I didn't drink this wine, they might be out of work and their dreams would be shattered. Then I say to myself, 'It is better that I drink this wine and let their dreams come true than be selfish and worry about my liver."~ Jack Handy

on a recent business trip to san francisco, my co-workers and i put together our pennies, rented a limo and spent our free day exploring wine country. it was quite possibly the best use of 9 hours and $92. ever.

san fancisco was amazing. like my last visit i was in awe at every turn. the people of san fran are amazingly beautiful and unique. not unlike the cross dresser with a 5 o'clock shadow and short stretch velvet dress that emerged from walgreens with a HUGE stuffed teddy bear. she winked at me like she knew i was waiting in line to pay for the AA batteries my camera would have required to snap her picture.

in the meantime, here are a few pictures from the trip. the full album can be found on my flickr site. click on the badge in the profile box on the right side of the page.

this is from the "hearts" display in union square. a different heart designed by a different artists is featured on each corner.

you can't go to san francisco without riding the trolley. this is a very typical s.f. street.

they have funny signs in california.

i'm not really cool enough to hang out in places with such hip lighting, but it makes for a cool picture. more from "lime" on flickr.

this is wine country.

the best wine in the world. just ask my dad. that $65 bottle of chardonnay reserve goes down like butter.

the fun boys at dutch henry family winery liked us a lot. we told them we were the youngest female doctors in the country, they told they were all named gary and then they let us taste wine straight out of the barrel.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

i'm so glad i found this information now...

and to think, i was about to get married without having read this gem. someone please get me the full text!

Thursday, March 22, 2007

first day of spring

and this is how we celebrate here in Charlotte

sigh. tis the season, for sneezing, sniffing, itchy watery eyes and green and yellow cars. erik thinks that "since he's never had allergies before..." it wont bother him. welcome to the land of the blooming.