Monday, August 31, 2009

The Start Of The Rest Of My Life

Today was my first day of college.

The end.

SIKE, it was okay, not as bad as it could have been.
Oh FSCJ, you treated me well.

Got there and waited for Kaitlynn.
Then walked to class and met Bethany for a quick hello.

My first class was English with Kaitlynn.

Then we went and found our other class. We found it and as we were leaving, across the courtyard, a vision of beauty.

Me and Kaitlynn: (in girly high-pitched unison) MICHELLLEEE!!!!
Kaitlynn: (Hugs Michelle and pretend sobs.)
Me: (Hugs her.)
Michelle: Got to run I'm late.

Haha I love you Michelle.
Kaitlynn went to Chick - Fil - A. I got Pizza Hut from Target. YUM!

Headed back to school. Had Psychology. Found the man of my dreams. I even have Psychology with a girl from church named Anna, I've known her since we were little.

It was a half bad day.

Tomorrow, only one class :)

Sunday, August 23, 2009

3 x the fun !

So today just needed a post because it was just so much fun!

Today is Sunday, obviously. Like I have said before I work in the nursery at my church, and today was promotion sunday.
Our little one year olds left us and broke my heart, and we got the little bitty 3 month olds that scare me.

First off , background story time. Two years ago we had a set of triplets. S, J, and C (She's the princess.). Oh they stole my heart. I have kept in contact ever since, my mom and I have gone into their rooms and stayed to help a lot. I even started going by myself on Sunday nights to help. ( They even came to my graduation party, a day early :). )

Well today I was walking to my room, and there were the Trips in line for the elevator to go to the third floor, oh my goodness. I almost burst into tears. My babes were all grown up and gone, I couldn't just walk down the hall to them anymore.

Well, walked into my class and all that and here comes those little squishy babies, I don't like them haha. I just think I am going to drop them. Well I had a little girl I was holding and BURP! down my smock. To tell you the truth, I was okay. I had been spit up on before, just not in a long time.

More background info, I want to be a mom and all, like that is my dream. But I am trying to postpone diaper changes as long as possible, especially poopy ones. Just not my cup of tea. I also don't change boys. I once heard some one talk about her reason for not changing boy diapers and its now my new motto . . . I'm not married yet, I can't see that.

Well I do changed a little girl today, not my first, done a lot of them actually. Well the diaper came off, and she just peed everywhere. Yeah . . .

I didn't freak out, I was so proud of myself, haha. Finished changing the diaper, completely sanitized like 3 times, and like soaked myself in hand sanitizer.

Then I was just hanging around in the baby room, and Mrs. D, came up.

Mrs.D : Frannie
Me: Yes?
Mrs.D : Can you do me a favor?
Me: Sure. . .
Mrs.D : Would you mind going to the tripl. . .
Me: (Ready to go.) READY!

So she walked me up there, and aw what a great day. S saw me when I came in the room and came running over.

Just, they are amazing kids. All you here is upiess, meaning pick me up. They are talking so much.
C: (Takes me by the hand) M no soooeees on.
Me: Well then we need to fix that.
C: (Leads me to the diaper bags.)
Me: Oh no, they are under the table.
C: We need to go help him, sooooess.

Although this is all said not so well and in very cute baby talk.
My ongoing goal as been operation Trips know me by name haha.

So one down, three to go.

Me: What's my name?
S: Fannie

Sometimes it doesn't always come out Fannie, occasionally its Bannie, but hey its close enough.

At one point C came over sat in my lap and then turned around and just put her head on my shoulder, and almost fell asleep.

J just smiles at you and you are just in heaven, well they all do that.

It was circle time haha. Yeah right . . .
Not a good idea.

J was sitting on S. I was sitting on the floor.

S: Lap?( Points at me.)
Me: No, you need to sit in big boy chair.

C: Lap. (Pats her legs)
Me: You want me to sit in your lap C?
C: Lap (Pats again)
Me: But I would squish you.

They all got their lap time.
And I got my kisses.
J and his perfect MWAH sounded kiss. C and her kiss where she doesn't even touch you, so proper, and S not even a real kiss, just slobber.

After this, went to lunch with my dad at Cracker Barrell. Then the traditional Rita's Ice afterwards.

Rita Ice Guy With Moustache: Who's ready for college?
Me: NO

Then tonight, being the bad girl I am, I didn't got to church. Instead, Mary and I made a sign and welcomed Kaitlynn home from Virginia. YAYYY!!!
Went to Chillis for dinner, our waiter reminded me of the lead singer from Rascal Flatts.

My bad, that was pretty long. Hahaha.

S: Fannie this sooo heavy.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

High School

I start college in less than two weeks. I never realized I would miss high school so bad.
I've known my three best friends since middle school, and now we are going to college.
Over the four years in high school we added two more girls to our group, Lauren (I MISS YOU!!!!) and Brittany.
From my best friends, to Shagef, to my yearbook girls with our talks on the couch, to the boys in TK. (My car and Jamie's car were even best friends! Pt Cruiser Club!) Senior year was AMAZING!
I want to do it all over again.

Here are some pictures from, not just senior year but, all the way at the beginning.


Al's with the yearbook girls :)

Pep rally
Senior trip to Busch Gardens
Group of us at Busch Gardens
Homecoming and the Frannie Sandwich <3Girls at homecoming.
Senior week! Amazing crowns, everyone loved them.
Pep rally, me and Stephanie!
St. Auggie with Trey.
Junior Prom, Olive Garden, Michelle is the Best Prom Dater EVER !
Tommy, Rachel's son, he's three years old now!
Sleepover, one of many.
Ruth was so sick, laying on my bed!
SAVI CIRCLE, this is the oldest picture on here.
Math class, you can tell we didn't do a lot of work :)
Concessions for volleyball, soccer and softball :(
Disney Trip with my dad and the four of us. From our looks to boy clocks.
Junior year yearbook, me and Michelle.
AP Human Geography, don't think there was a test we didn't talk the whole way through.
On the way to Grad Bash, Jess was my bus buddy. We stuck wheat thins down our shirts and played BS the whole time, I rocked :)
Wittle Clayton, the Freshman we all loved. As you can tell I am ecstatic.
Yearbook girls, with our hilarious talks and the couch. Brenda, oh how I miss you!
Senior Prom, with Rochelle.
Senior Prom :)

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

I just don't know a title for this post.

Well we just got done with the wedding for 2009, Andrew (my cousin) and Amber's (my new cousin) wedding.
Flew to Michigan two weeks ago for the actual wedding, hometown reception was on Sunday.

I don't really feel like going into complete detail about it. But there was a couple things that I do want to share.

1. To be completely honest, I am so tired of love. Everyone has someone to be theirs and I'm tired of not being one of those people. I'll be honest and admit, I'm 18 and never had a boyfriend. I can say I am proud of this, but at the same time, pretty much everyone I know has someone. But I won't settle and that's the bottom line and I'll wait. But another bottom line is, that it sucks haha. (Even though I am pretty sure you can't have more than one bottom line.)
So seeing everyone in love, made me kinda sad, but to an extent it gave me a lot of hope, and something, oh so wonderful, to look forward to.
2. I am not outgoing, the end. So when it was time to dance at the wedding I so wanted to but I didn't. The whole night I kept saying I want Andrew to ask me to dance. I just wanted to dance. He did and it was so much fun, I can't wait for pictures. We laughed and smiled the whole time and to tell you the truth I think I will always remember that. I think its a moment I will always treasure.
3. There was a slide show and there was a song in it, the father/daughter dance was also to this song. I think the sand ceremony was also to it, but I don't remember.
So all those things in Michigan, plus the slide show another time.
Then at the reception, the slide show on loop in one room and the ceremony and reception on loop in another, I heard a lot of this song.
I've fallen in love with it. It makes me teary-eyed, if I don't cry, every time I listen to it. (Knowing the background story makes it even more emotional.)
I oh so wish my future daughter and husband will have the relationship that is described in this song.
And so since you can tell I love this song, here is the song and the music video for your listening and watching pleasure.
Don't cry too hard.