Made weak by time and fate,
but strong in will;
To seek, to strive, to find, and not to yield.

Side Note:
The fork. or Also known as "A Dingle-hopper" Reminds me of one who not only had amazing hair (that I would pretend I had as I swam in our pool as a young girl) but also for me represents a young woman who loved learning about everything and anything. Who pushed past barriers and boundaries to find her place in this world. In this industry education is key and you are always always learning. Everyday! And with that requires perseverance to reach goals. The industry of beauty is all about testing, pushing and surpassing barriers and boundaries. This industry is truly SWEET!!!!

Monday, February 2, 2009

I really thought we had it for a minute there!!!

I really thought we had it. So sad but I'm glad it was such a great game. Gotta love Fitz!!! He's my favorite I think. Although Warner is amazing too. Both stellar examples of great players.
Bran said that he'd preferred it a blow out. He says that the heartbreak is stronger when you get so close to winning like that. I think that being able to give your opponent a run for their money is much better.
Baby Update:
No baby girl yet. Still waiting to see if she comes on her own or if she'll need some coaxing.

4 comments:

Crockett said...

Totally! I love Fitzgerald!

Michelle said...

Come out baby girl!!! We want to meet you:)

Shane Nikki & Tayson said...

I agree with Brandon, except that it should have been a blowout the other way. They should have never had the first touchdown, and probably not the second either. Both were well deserved on the Steelers part, but the Cardinals handed it to them. It should have been 30-13 Cardinals.

Oh well ... do you have an induction date scheduled?

Shane Nikki & Tayson said...

When I referred to the first and second touchdowns, I meant the ones that we handed them (the one right before the half and the one at the end of the game)