Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Posted by Lyle Family at 8:56 PM
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Well I guess I am just being really bummed out today, not exactly sure as to why. I think it has to do with the fact that it has been a non stop week for me. Sarah was sick again this weekend and that always takes a lot out of me when she is miserable and I can't figure out how to make her fill better. However, she is doing better, but between her, work, and running around like a chicken with it's head cut off I am exhausted and could really use a mental day to get myself going again. I am not so sure when I might get that day to myself, but either way I will try and plan it and see if I actually get it....lol...Okay not going to happen buuuuuut it is always worth thinking about. I was thinking today that I wouldn't work overtime this weekend, buuuuut I have a hard time passing up overtime. Either way everyone pray that I get a day to relax or there might be some casualties...:) Nah no worries :)
Posted by Lyle Family at 3:21 PM
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Okay so I am part of the Enrichment Committee in my ward and I was in charge of starting a blog. Well I know that some in my ward follow my own blog so I wanted to let them know that they need to check out our Enrichment blog and help me out with the postings and spreading the word. So I am asking for some HELP ladies.
Posted by Lyle Family at 9:19 PM
Sunday, May 3, 2009
Me and Camille on the fairy crossing the Mississippi.
One of the cruise boats that goes out nightly for a dinner and cruise on the Mississippi(didn't do that one this time.)
Me, Ellen, and Camille with our balloon hats. Some random guy on Bourban stopped us and made these for us, of course afterwords he wanted money from us for making them...blah but they were fun so we couldn't resist.
Cathedral located by Jackson Square it was really beautiful`
Me and Camille with some Jazz man's statues at Cafe Beignet.
This was about the coolest thing ever, I had never seen Moslem's so it was really cool to check them out. Everyone in New Orleans is buried in these above ground because of the water levels that can come through. This is one of the most popular cemeteries in New Orleans. We took a trolley down to it and got some fabulous pictures.