Sunday, February 27, 2011

farewell young lads.

So I attended 2 farewells today...Kyle Asay and Rhett Rickenbach. They both did exceptionally well and I know that they will be amazing missionaries. 
Despite their awesome talks, there were a few slightly less interesting talks that we didn't respond to as well. When we get bored...this is what we do in Sacrament Meeting.

Amy braids Ally's hair. 

 Amy writes inappropriate things on Ally's arm.

 Ally writes affection on Amy's arm.

 Michael and Spencer have fights on paper.

Ally writes true statements.

Ally writes awesome letters to Amy.

and I also love you...and you.

Love, Amy

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Friday, February 18, 2011

I said I hate JUICE!!!

For the love of humor...

Dear 2010,

So I hear the best rapper is white and the president is black? WTF happened?!

Sincerely, 1985

Dear J.K. Rowling,

Your books are entirely unrealistic. I mean, a ginger kid with two friends? Come on now.

Sincerely, Anonymous. 

Dear Yahoo,

I've never heard anyone say "I don't know, let's Yahoo it!" Just sayin'...

Sincerely, Google 

Dear Skin-Colored Band Aids:

Please make one for every skin color.

Sincerely, Black people

Dear America,

You produced Miley Cyrus. Bieber is your punishment.

Sincerely, Canada

Dear Icebergs,

Sorry to hear about global warming. Karma's a bi.

Sincerely, The Titanic 

Dear Nickleback,

That's enough.

Sincerely, The World

Dear Scissors,

I feel your one wants to run with me either.

Sincerely, Sarah Palin

Dear Osama Bin Laden,


Sincerely, United States

Dear Nazis,

You did what?!?!?! I said I hate JUICE!!

Sincerely, Adolph Hitler

Dear World of Warcraft,

Thank you for ensuring my son's virginity.

Sincerly, Parents Everywhere

Dear Customers,

Yes, we ARE making fun of you in Vietnamese. 

Sincerely, Nail Salon Ladies 

Dear Americans, 

I'm sorry, did you just insult us? I couldn't hear you over my health care benefits.

Sincerely, Canadians

Dear Global Warming, 

You're the best imaginary friend ever!

Sincerely, Al Gore 

Dear Santa,

How did you get away with the kids sitting on your lap trick?

Sincerely, Michael Jackson

Dear Ugly People,

You're welcome.

Sincerely, Alcohol

Dear Mr. Gump 

WTF are you talking about? There's a little diagram on the lid that tells you EXACTELY what you're gonna get....

Sincerely, Jenny

Dear Haiti,

Is it too early to ask what's shakin'?

Sincerely, Seriously Going To Hell

Dear Martin Luther King Jr. 

I have a dream within a dream within a dream within another dream.... What now?

Sincerely, Leonardo DiCaprio

Dear World, 

Please stop freaking out about 2012. Our calendars ends there because some Spanish d-bags invaded our country and we got a little busy ok? 

Sincerely, The Mayans 

Dear Snooki, 


Sincerely, Willy Wonka 

Dear White People, 

Don't you just hate immigrants?

Sincerely, Native Americans 

Dear Twihards,

If he sparkles, he's probably one of ours.

Sincerely, Gay Men Of America

Dear iPhone, 

Please stop spellchecking all of my rude words into nice words. You piece of shut.

Sincerely, Every iPhone User 

Dear Dr. Phil, 

Look man, there's only room for one fake doctor in this world and I was here first. 

Sincerely, Dr. Pepper

Love, Amy:)

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

mon amour quatre amis

February, the month of love. I’ve never really been into the holiday “Valentine’s Day”. I’ve felt like it was kind of a useless holiday along with “President’s Day” and “St. Patrick’s Day”. I’ve always felt like it was just another day for Target and Wal-Mart to make a few extra million dollars off of red and pink colored, heart printed, useless crap. I would also probably feel so much more festive if February was in the springtime. Winter always seems to leave me feeling a bit gloomy by the time February rolls around. It makes me realize that being an adult sucks- for the most part. Lucky for me, I don’t have to be an adult for 3 hours of the day. I get to re-live elementary school from 12:30-3:30 daily, and it is the best thing that has ever happened to me (probably). It gives me the opportunity to get away from the cold unforgiving worries of adult life, gives me reason to smile, and an excuse to play. But above all, I’ve learned to love. I’ve learned to genuinely care for others. I have 29 5-7 year old kids who I absolutely adore. I can’t imagine what it will be like to have my own someday; children are truly amazing. God answered my prayers, and sent me angels to get me through this cold winter. Valentine’s Day has never felt so special to me! I can’t wait to drop a little surprise in each child’s valentine box on that 14th day of February. I love them all so very much, and I love my amazing friends who get me through the coldest of winters! (even with Logan’s temperatures). Let’s make this Valentine’s Day more than just a day to hand out heart-shaped erasers… let’s remember those who we love, who make our lives warmer than a cinnamon heart ever could.
I love you! (and I mean it)
Ms. Holly