Friday, October 26, 2007

Ode to the Camera

Well, I have some sad news.... my beloved digital camera that I bring with me everywhere I go has disappeared. I had it at D-Now with a disc full of D-now pictures and now it's no where to be found. I don't know how many times in the past week I have really needed to take a picture of something and couldn't. Matt and I tore up our apartment and both cars looking for it. We figured it would turn up but it's been two weeks and no sign of it.... The worst part is I am not going to be able to add any pictures to my blog, my space or facebook accounts for a while which KILLS me! Hopefully I can figure out a way to get a new camera for Christmas but that's a long time to go without a camera especially for me. Someone out there who found my camera and now has all my D-Now pictures on disc. My cameras battery's were dead because I used it so much so anyone who stole or found my camera can't even use it. I have the base that it sits in to recharge itself. I am depressed. I would take a picture of me looking depressed and put it up if I only had a camera.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Mansfield Bible Church D-Now 2007

2002 D-Now with my girls:

Matt I and Brandon the "pre-lauren" years...hehe.

2007 D-Now:

2007 Theme:

Babies Babies Everywhere!

Jennifer had her baby! Josiah was born on October 15th via emergency c-section!!!!!!

Skyler was born Sept 22nd!

Korin was born October 17th! I don't have a pic yet...

Monday, October 22, 2007


So Christmas is only 2 months away!!!!!! My favorite season. I bought hot chocolate (with extra marshmellows) since a cold front hit. I can't wait to decorate for the holidays! The only downfall is this year we don't have a fireplace with makes me really sad. We had a fire all the time last year during the cold months. It was so romantic and cozy. This apartment does not have one and I am definately going to miss it. I grew up with one. My dad gave us the "talk" about how to build the perfect fire and all the different ways to arrange the wood. It was a right of passage to build fires in the Gorrell household. We used to always fight over who got to light the fire. When Matt and I buy a house that will be a requirement.