Well, I was just thinking about something completely random, so I thought I'd blog about it. I was just thinking about phraseology and phrases that are associated with different generations and decades and such. I know, kinda nerdy, but it was prompted by my various professors and instructors in their various eccentricities. For example, my geology professor is a total seventies child and uses words like, "totally man." And his vocal fluctuations are what you'd expect from one who lived in that time, sorta surfer/druggie mixed. I dunno, maybe I'm crazy. Then I thought of phrases we use, us, my generation. Some of them I mock along with my circle of friends, yet we find them creeping into our vocabulary and normal conversations. Phrases like, "for sure," "like, totally," and my personal favorite that I wouldn't ever mock: "what the random?!" This makes me wonder, "Will my children think of me as weird for the phrases of my youth? What kinds of things will they say? Do phrases go in and out of fashion like skinny jeans and Chuck Taylors?" These are my ponderings. Feel free to discuss.

Oh and here's a random picture of a statue of a horse that my dad took when he was doing a job in fountain hills. I just thought it made the post more interesting. I like pictures, and I like horses.


Ok, here's my schpeal. I will post pictures and dialogue about the move once we're completely done decorating and such. It may take a while, but the effect will be worth it. So for now my dear friends, I leave you with these lovely snapshots of this evening. WARNING: these are not for those who do not know our true natures ;). This, fellow bloggers, is what happens in an apartment full of girls late at night. 



Call me what you will, but I never actually loaded or used the dishwasher or did laundry at home. I know, I know, it's a little ridiculous, but my mom just never had me do it. I sorta learned how, the basics. Anyways, case and point being that tonight I just did my first load! That's right folks, it's currently running, loaded and soap inputed by me. I'll let you know how laundry lessons go....