Something Funny

Andrew here: I often say that something funny happens every day. But I guess sometimes you have days where nothing funny happens and you have two options.

1) You can remember something that happened another day and laugh at it.
2) You can do something funny.

This may have been one of those days where option two was the best bet. We needed to laugh at something and we did...for quite some time.

Have you ever seen the thing when you put little eyes on your chin and flip upside down and it looks like your chin is a little alien blob thing? If you have then you know exactly what I'm talking about and it looks pretty funny. If you don't know about it, then these pics will look even better! Anyways one last touch that helps things look just a little bit better is putting a shirt or a jacket (in my case) over the top of your head. When you hang your head upside down it will get caught on your nose and hold it in place. It really isn't that comfortable, but it sure looks funny. I have seen people do a lip-sync like this before with a group of people and it is great. So here are some pics...hope you enjoy! These pics still make us laugh.



Better late than never, right? I hope so! We had a great Halloween this year and had so much fun planning up our costumes. When Andrew was in high school, one of his friends dressed up like a security guard and shaved part of his hair...the part in the middle, so he would look like he was losing his hair. Since then, Andrew has wanted to do this, so he decided to dress up as an old man. I (Brianna) was a lego block. I was hoping to go as an ear of corn, but after days of planning and creating, I didn't get very far, and changed my mind.

Here are the pictures of Andrew's transformation. At first he thought he only needed 1/4 inch of hair left, but it wasn't enough, so we had to leave only 1/8 inch of hair. We shaved it all off when we got home from our church party. Now, he is always freezing!

The Lego. And trust me, you have to be strong to be a Lego...it really hurt my arms. It was a little awkward, especially when I needed to get a drink of water from the drinking fountain.

And here we are enjoying each other, as always. We've been married for four and a half wonderful years...but it feels like 40!
Here are our pumpkins. We grew them in our garden, so they were even more fun to carve than normal!

Andrew's is on the left, and Brianna's is on the right. Oh, and guess what? Andrew carved both sides! Here is the other view...