Monthly Archives: December 2008

PeaceLoveMom Giveaway

Today is like Giveaway day! I found another great giveaway, check this one out!

It is for PeaceLoveMom, I know that I am not a mom yet (we are still working on that part) but I really the shirts that they have!

Their motto is:

We believe in motherhood. Mothers have a unique style. We believe that motherhood does not define us, but that we define it. Mothers are heart and soul.

We believe that motherhood is life’s most precious work.
Mothers are rewarded with the love and respect of their children.
We believe in celebrating this meaningful and challenging job.
Mothers are lucky 24/7.

We believe in our children’s future.
Mothers are passionate about that future.
We believe that our world’s future is our children.
Mothers are insightful and wise.

We believe in the bond of motherhood.
Motherhood is uniting.
We believe in communicating that bond through messages of love and happiness.
Mothers are tried and true.

We believe that motherhood is empowering. Motherhood is inspiring. We believe in a true collaboration and celebration of motherhood. Mothers are proud to be mom.

What a great motto! ThreeP’s in a Pod is doing a great giveawa, take a look and let them know what you think of it! PeaceLoveMom Giveaway


Gordon Alma Brown

I would like to update the information to the post that I did a few days ago about the accident that Andy and I saw.

I did not know Mr. Brown or his family, but my heart is going out to the Brown family once again.  Here is Mr. Brown’s Obituary, and from reading it Mr. Brown really lead a very full and wonderful life.

Rest in Peace.

Mr. Gordon Alma Brown

Dr. Phil scored 55 Oprah scored 38

Dr. Phil scored 55, he did this test on Oprah and she got a 38.  Some folks pay a lot of money to find this stuff out!

Read on, this is very interesting!  Don’t be overly sensitive! The following is pretty accurate and it only takes a few minutes.

Answers are for who you are now and not who you were in the past.  Have pen or pencil and paper ready. This is a real test given by the Human Relations Dept. at many of the major corporations today.  It helps them get better insight concerning their employees and in their prospective employees.

It’s only 10 Simple questions, so grab a pencil and paper, keeping track of your letter answers to each question.

1. When do you feel your best…

A) in the morning
B) during the afternoon and early evening
C) late at night

2.  You usually walk…

A)  fairly fast, with long steps
B)  fairly fast, with little steps
C)  less fast head up, looking the world in the face
D)  less fast, head down
E)  very slowly

3.  When talking to people you…

A)  stand with your arms folded
B)  have your hands clasped
C)  have one or both your hands on your hips
D)  touch or push the person to whom you are talking
E)  play with your ear, touch your chin, o r smooth  your hair

4.  When relaxing, you sit with…

A)  your knees bent with your legs neatly side by side
B)  your legs crossed
C)  your legs stretched out or straight
D)  one leg curled under you

5.  When something really amuses you, you react with…

A)  big appreciated laugh
B)  a laugh, but not a loud one

C)  a quiet chuckle
D)  a sheepish smile

6. When you go to a party or social gathering you…

A)  make a loud entrance so everyone notices you
B)  make a quiet entrance, looking around for someone you know
C)  make the quietest entrance, trying to stay

7.   You’re working very hard, concentrating hard, and you’re interrupted…

A)  welcome the break

B)  feel extremely irritated

C)  vary between these two extremes

8.  Which of the following colors do you like most…

A)  Red or orange
B)  black
C)  yellow or light blue
D)  green
E)  dark blue or purple
F)  white
G)  brown or gray

9. When you are in bed at night, in those last few moments before going to sleep you are…

A)  stretched out on your back

B)  stretched out face down on your stomach

C)  on your side, slightly curled

D)  with your head on one arm

E)  with your head under the covers

10.  You often dream that you are…

A)  falling

B)  fighting or struggling

C)  searching for something or somebody

D)  flying or floating

E)  you usually have dreamless sleep

F)  your dreams are always pleasant





















1.  (a) 2     (b) 4     (c) 6
2.  (a) 6     (b) 4     (c) 7     (d) 2     (e) 1
3.  (a) 4     (b) 2     (c) 5     (d) 7     (e) 6
4.  (a) 4     (b) 6     (c) 2     (d) 1
5.  (a) 6     (b) 4     (c) 3     (d) 5     (e) 2
6.  (a) 6     (b) 4     (c) 2
7.  (a) 6     (b) 2     (c) 4
8.  (a) 6     (b) 7     (c) 5     (d) 4     (e) 3     (f) 2   (g) 1
9.  (a) 7     (b) 6     (c) 4     (d) 2     (e ) 1
10 (a) 4     (b) 2     (c) 3     (d) 5     (e) 6     (f) 1

Now add up the total number of points.


Others see you as someone they should ‘handle with care’.  You’re seen as vain, self-centered, and who is extremely dominant.  Othe rs may admire you, wishing they could be more like you, but don’t always trust you, hesitating to become too deeply involved with you.

51 TO 60 POINTS:

Others see you as an exciting, highly volatile, rather impulsive personality, a natural leader, who’s quick to make decisions, though not always the right ones.  They see you as bold and adventuresome, someone who will try anything once, someone who takes chances and enjoys an adventure.  They enjoy being in your company because of the excitement you radiate.

41 TO 50 POINTS:

Others see you as fresh, lively, charming, amusing,
practical, and always interesting, someone who’s constantly in the center of attention, but efficiently well balanced not to let it go to their head.  They also see you as kind, considerate, and understanding, someone who’ll always cheer them up and help them out.

31 TO 40 POINTS:

Others see you as sensible, cautious, careful & practical.  They see you as clever, gifted, or talented, but modest.  Not a person who makes friends too quickly or easily, but someone who’s extremely loyal to friends you do make and who expect the same loyalty in return.  Those who really get to know you, realize it takes a lot to shake your trust in your friends, but equally that it takes you a long time to get over if that trust is ever broken.

21 TO 30 POINTS:

Your friends see you as painstaking and fussy.  They see you as very cautious, extremely careful, a slow and steady plodder.  It would really surprise them if you ever did something impulsively or on the spur of the moment, expecting you to examine everything carefully from every angle and then, usually decide against it. They think this reaction is caused partly by your careful nature.


People think you are shy, nervous, and indecisive, someone who needs looking after, who always wants someone else to make the decisions and who doesn’t want to get involved with anyone or anything! They see you as a worrier who always sees problems that don’t exist.  Some people think you’re boring.  Only those who know you well, know that you aren’t.

My heart goes out to the Brown family.

On Saturday evening after my family left my house, Andy and I went over to the Sprint Store to get our phone numbers ported over from T-mobile to Sprint.  We were at the store for about 30-45 min.

When we left we heard police sirens and saw police lights. we took of going southbound. There was about 5-6 cop cars, 2 ambulances, 1 fire truck, 1 fire suv, and one cop suv, that passed us. We could not see what was going on but we knew that something bad had to have happened.  We decided to go to Arctic Circle to get some ice cream. When we were sitting in the drive through one of the kids that work there ran outside to see what was going on. He came back and told us that he could not see what was going on but could see the fire truck sitting in the middle of the road.

Andy and I decided to go to the area of the accident because we lived by the light. As we got up to the light there was a cop that was directing traffic. He directed us to turn right at the light. We then turned left in to a parking lot right next to the accedent. As we drove through the parking lot I could not see any cars that may have been in an accident. As I look to my left I see a white sheet layed on the ground. I just about started crying at that moment I knew what had happened. My heart fell and my eyes started to water. Andy looked at me and said “I love you” and put his hand on my lap.

I dont even know what to say… Right after Christmas, why did this man have to die? I have found some of the news articals. If you would like to read one of them here is the link… Gordon Alma Brown Daily Herald, or Gordon Alma Brown The Salt Lake Tribune

Would you let your 15 year old?

I was reading over some old blog’s on  Domestic Divapalooza’s blog today and I found a blog about a 15 year old girls parents letting her boyfriend spend the night.  I am all for sleepovers not NOT coed sleep overs.

A quote form her blog reads:

“I find out that *Anne’s parents not only let her friends spend the night (which is not unusual at all) but they let her boyfriends spend the night too!”

This is kinda hard for me to understand why ANY parent would let their child be set up for problems. Even if you as a parent really like the boyfriend or girlfriend it still does not mean that they should be spending the night.

I remember when I was about 15-16ish (in JR. Hight) my mom really liked one of my friends (we will call him DJ). DJ’s parents were not very nice to him, so I felt like I needed to have him as part of my family. My mom was felt the same way that I did and she would do just about anything for him. Even though him and I were just friends, she still would not let him spend the night at my house. He could come over any time he wanted to, and be part of our family, do what ever we were doing, but he was not able to spend the night. My mom would always let him stay until very late and then drive him to him parents house, He was even able to be in pictures as part of out family. Until the day that I moved out of my moms house, I was never able to have a boy spend the night. Morally it is very wrong.

Let me know what you guys think about this, you can also leave a comment on Divapalooza’s blog by clicking the link provided. I know that this is a gray subject, so please do not use any inappropriate language when leaving comments.