Thursday, December 31, 2009

All In One

I feel like since it is the last day of the year I should blog about all the stuff I didn't get to blog about. This tends to happen to me with my journals too, I find my journal and go "wow I haven't written in this thing in about 8 months, I have a lot of catching up to do." So I take a night and fill my journal in on everything that has happened up to that point. I think that being a better blogger should be one of my new years resolutions, but we will leave those up to the next post! Ok so here we go, I will blog about some of my favorite things of the year that I haven't blogged about yet! (The rest of the things I will blog about when I have nothing to blog about ha ha. My life isn't interesting so I have to save my stories so it seems like I update my blog often with cool things that I do, but really I just don't blog for 8 months and then blog about the stuff I did in that time. Only this time my hair is darker so you can tell that the stuff that I am blogging about is old news. Whoops.)

One of my most favorite experiences of 2009 had to have been the American College Dance Festival in Akron, Ohio. I was lucky enough to get chosen to go the ACDFA in March 2009. It was one of the best experiences of my life, I learned so much about myself and about dance. I learned so many different techniques in the short time I was there. I learned about the Horton technique (which is my all time favorite right now) I learned Jazz Disco, which was the most fun! I got to do Fosse routines which were so much fun, his movement was so interesting. I pretty much got to do everything! We were taking 3 to 4 dance classes a day, seeing concerts that night and then we had guest judges who would critique the movement after the concert. It was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I grew so much, not only with my movement and technique, but I also grew more patient, because when you are traveling with 27 different people there is bound to be drama. So I had to learn how to bite my tongue and be understanding real quick! It was really nice however being able to share that experiences with some of your closest friends! We all grew so much closer and share something that not that many people can experience. I feel very blessed to be able to have been a part of that.
Here we are landing in Cleveland OHio and loading up 9 people (WITH Luggage) into a van.
We had a fancy dinner overlooking one of the lakes the second night we were there. This is a picture of me and my girl friends on that trip.
This is a picture of my best friend Shawnee, me, and my roommates! I had the best roommates on the trip! Jamie and Risa are the nicest people I haven ever met, Jamie took care of us the whole time. When I got home I missed them the first couple nights because they were so much fun to bunk with!
This is the Original Four! Gilbert, Shawnee, Manny and Me. These are my bestest friends. I miss them during winter and summer break because we all have to work and can hardly see each other on break!
Here we are at Jazz Disco (I picked up some pretty good moves, so if anyone ever wants to learn the Hustle, give me a call ha ha)
The girls

I turned 23 this year! I had a really fun birthday party. I haven't had a big birthday party in a while, but this year my friend Erika let me use her house to throw a little birthday bash! Danny always spoils me on my birthdays! I am probably the luckiest girl in the world, he helped me out so much with this birthday party. I love him more than I love my OPI Nail Polish collection. All my closest friends and family were at my party! It was so exciting for me. I had an amazing birthday party and look forward to 23!
Me blowing out my candles! Jill made me a really yummy cake! She is such a good baker, I always love her cakes
Me and my cousins. They are beautiful
Me and best friend Ashely
The floozies
Best Birthday Ever

After my birthday came Halloween! I love Halloween! It is also one of Danny's favorite holidays. Danny really enjoys carving pumpkins and we carved SOO many this year! I hope 2010 Halloween can be just as good as 2009 Halloween!

All our pumpkins!
I carved the witch (and the BOO! Danny carved the rest)
This year Danny and I went old school Halloween and dresesd up as something that we probably would've dressed up as when we were 5. A ballerina and a ghost.

The last thing I will blog about is Christmas 2009. Danny and I LOVE Christmas, and we love to do all the Christmas stuff, we go see the Newport Beach Boat Parade, we drive around and look at Christmas lights at least once a week and I take Danny to the Nutcracker and he takes me to see A Christmas Carol at the South Coast Repertory. This year we added a new tradition, going to see The Grinch Musical. It was lame, don't go see it unless you get super cheap tickets! The set was boring and most of the songs were annoying. It is the Grinch story told through an old Max that is leaving the Grinch. He is reminiscing about the Christmas where him and the Grinch stole Christmas. It was stupid, Danny and I both fell asleep during the musical. Save your cash, buy more presents ha ha.

Here I am at the Pantages (Danny hates taking pictures, I don't want everyone to think I am obsessed with myself, but Danny won't even take pictures with me. I had to force him to take the one below with the Christmas Tree. I think it was one of my Christmas presents ha ha

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

"When I Was Very Young"

(Above: My dad and me in Mar Del Plata).
Whenever I go somewhere with my dad and it comes time to pay I know exactly what he is going to say when the cashier asks him to see his drivers license. He is going to take it out and say "When I was very young," then he shows them his drivers license with a picture of him with dark black hair with no canas and a slender face. He is more salt and pepper now, very George Clooney. I always laugh, it's always funny. Maybe because the cashier always laughs (However they are probably being nice). When I was young it used to bug me that my dad would tell the same jokes over and over again, but now that I am older I think they are funny. Plus those people have never heard those jokes so, its new to them. Well I started thinking about when I was "very young," and how cute I was. Danny says that it's not often that you hear people rave about how cute they were as little kids, but i assured him that it's probably because there are not that many people that were AS cute as me when they were young, and if there were more people that were as cute as I was when they were little, then they would talk about it all the time. Its perfectly normal. There are not that many pictures of me when I was little, I think most of them are still in Argentina, but I found a couple of ones around the house.

(Above: Family and friends trip in Mar Del Plata)
(Above: This is when my mom was "very young"!)

Tuesday, December 29, 2009


A few months ago my dad's cat, Martina, had kittens. She had five and three survived. Two black kittens with white marks and one grey and black striped kitten. I took the grey and black striped kitten, his name is Messi. He is the best cat I've ever had. He is not as pretty as Buttons, but he is way nicer than Jimmy. I had originally named him Guillermo, and called him Guille, but when he came to live with me I realized that Guille didn't fit his nature at all. So I changed his name from two reasons.
1. He makes a mess!And 2. He always plays with his cat food as if it were a soccer ball! Just like Lionel Messi (the Argentine futbol player)
He dribbles it around the floor and then shoots it under the refrigerator, it is very cute! He loves to nap and I always find him in the funniest places.
(Above picture) I don't even know how he got under that rug! He is crazy!
(Below Picture) That is a plastic water bottle case, I don't even know how he got in there either! I went to go grab a water bottle and felt fur, then I ran for my camera.
He loves Danny the best. Whenever Danny comes over he meows and runs to the door. If Danny every falls asleep (which he does often, sometimes I think Danny is part cat because he is always napping!) Messi will come and nap with him!
(Don't tell Danny I posted that picture! I tried to make it as small as I could. It is so cute that I had to put it up). Messi is the cutest cat on earth! He is even sitting next to me right now, I hope that he always stays small! They really need to breed a dwarf cat, like dwarf bunnies! Oh kittens, you are so cute!

Monday, December 28, 2009

The Sewing Party: Part I

I got a sewi
ng machine for my birthday and I haven't put it down since! When my friend Mary came into town we decided to have a sewing party! So today we went to the fabric store and picked up some supplies and spent the whole day sewing. I took a sewing class and learned how to make some pretty cute things, so I told Mary I would teach her how to make the skirt that I learned how to make. By the end of the day we both had brand new skirts! I can't wait to wear it on Sunday! We plan on continuing the sewing party on Wednesday to make another skirt and a bag and then we're going to LA on Saturday to pick up some more fabric to have another sewing party before she leaves. I can't wait to pick up new fabric! I have one piece left that I will probably use to make ANOTHER skirt tomorrow. The main reason why I took that sewing class was to learn how to make a skirt that I can make in all types of fabric so that I can have cute stuff to wear to church on Sundays. I think in LA I will pick up some more cotton fabric and some stretch knits to make some dresses! Sewing is my new favorite! On Thursday McCall's patterns are on sale for $0.99! Time to stock up!

Here is a picture of the first skirt I made, I didn't style it that well in that picture, since that picture was taken I have gotten much cuter belts. On Sunday I wore it with a brown and cream striped belt with a leather front, a white top, and a mustard sweater, MUCH cuter ha ha. I just feel like I have to tell you that so you know that it really is a cute skirt, even though the picture doesn't do it justice.

I Got Tagged Almost a Year Ago and Just Realized It...

OK so I just got a laptop and I don't really go on that many websites online, so once I went to
1.) Anthropologie
2.) Facebook
I ran out of things to do on my brand new shiny laptop that I LOVE! But then I remembered that I had a blog! So I went on my blog, but I didn't really have much to blog about, so I went on other peoples blogs. I went to Jill's and was reading through posts and found that she tagged me on one of them to do this fun thing where you go to your pictures, go to the 6th file then pick the 6th picture and blog about. ALAS! Something to blog about. Thank you Jill! So I did it. Only I just got this computer, I only have one file ha ha so I picked the 6th picture on my one little file and got the picture above.
This picture was taken at Soup Plantation. I am working on getting my Pilate's certification and I had missed some days of my program due to the HORRIBLE flu that went around this season, so I had to make up some days by attending a fundraiser for my instructor. For every person that ate (and got a drink...very picky) at Soup Plantation I made up a day. Danny's dad was in town the day of the fundraiser so we made a night of it. Thankfully Jill and Steve and their gorgeous kids came, which gave me two adults, Jenny, Jessica, Danny, Gaskell Dad, and myself gave me seven! I needed 6 make ups so I was cleared and got an A! All thanks to the Gaskell clan!
The picture above was the picture that I had to take in order to prove that I went.
I am now supposed to tag six people to do the same thing (go to your pictures, find your 6th file, blog about the 6th picture in that file), but I don't think six people read my blog, so if you read this, DO IT!

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Hello Malibu!

So I kind of forgot I had a blog, it wasn't until my bestie Ashley asked about my blog (she is in Israel and it will be her only form of communication) that I even remembered I had one! So I have a lot of catching up to do, I won't be doing it in order, So the first thing I will blog about is MALIBU! I love Malibu, It is probably my favorite family vacation spot. This year was nice, we had all the cousins there, and the girlfriends and boyfriends came. I can't believe we are all at the age where we have boyfriends and girlfriends! When we first started vacationing in Malibu we were still using floaties to swim! Julie and I spent the whole time laying out by the coves.
One day I even had my own real life stalker! I guess I truly made it in the world, I mean you have to be someone real cool in order to have a stalker. Julie and I were laying out and we saw this boy staring. I thought it was in my head, so I just brushed it off. BUT then he moved and was standing behind a rock staring at us. I started to think maybe he WAS looking at us. Then I got up to go to the bathroom, first let me tell you that the coves are a bit of a walk from the bathrooms. You have to walk up stairs, down a rock mountain and then trek across the hot sand to get to the bathrooms. As I am climbing down the rock I turn around and he is behind me!! He goes "HI!" I say "hey?" and then take off. I get to the bathrooms, he is still behind me. As I close the door to the bathroom he is taking a drink of water from the water fountain just staring at me! I get out of the bathroom, make a walk around the bathroom just to fully make sure he is following me and I am not crazy...and he does the unnecessary walk AROUND the bathrooms with me! I then briskly walk through the sand, up the rock, and down the stairs back to the cove. I see these girls laying out next to us and I ask them "Is that guy still flowing me?" They go, "Ya. We thought he was with you" and I go, "NO WAY! He is freaking me out!" I quickly became friends with these girls, I mean if he murdered me I needed someone to know that I was missing. So we became bffs and they were my back up. He finally left, and Danny showed up about an hour and a half later. I felt safe once Danny got there. At first he didn't believe me, until the girls told him about my stalker! (They were even worried about me when I went off for 20 min looking for Danny...they were obviously doing their job of making sure I didn't go missing ha ha) I am just glad we are all alive. 16 year old stalkers can be crazy. Oh, did I not mention he was 16? I mean a stalker is a stalker no matter what age. and 16 year olds can still be dangerous. He will be one big Creep MeCreepster when he grows up! Probably the leader El Creepo!
Other than that, Malibu was smooth sailing. I got a good tan, and got to spend some good times with my family, cousins, and my big love Danny. I can't wait until our next trip!

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Calico: Not a Destination

Calico is a place that you casually stop at on the way to your destination, like Vegas or Utah. However, Danny did not understand this because when he was growing up ... this was the destination for him. His family would pack up the car and drive to Calico. Danny and I were heading out to Utah this fall and we decided that we should stop by and see if it was as amazing as we had remembered it to be as little was not. When we got to Calico, there was really nothing there. It was so hot, and all the people were really weird. There were a lot of tank tops, and faded denim ... and those were the men. We did get some pretty neat pictures though. The little school they have was a bit creepy, but it was neat to see how small the desks used to be, since now kids need just a table to function as a desk and a king sized plastic chair. Which is really messed up because existentially the table wants to function as a table and not a desk. Its essence is to be a table and not a desk, and so it must act as a table ... but fat kids force us to use the table as a desk! Which is not its purpose! So the table is forced to be something it was never meant to be!! Stupid fat kids. Ok I got side tracked ... Calico is a great place to put out a beach chair, slap on some tanning oil, and soak up the rays, other than that it is just a place to stop by. 15 min at the most, and then continue on to your destination.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

My 2009 Grammy Wrap Up

So the Grammy's were WAY too long for me to actually watch all the way through (Since as you can see from my picture above, I was partying with MK all night), but I did fast forward through what I considered the boring stuff, and watched what I felt was necessary ... this is what I gathered as my 2009 Grammy experience:
  • Was Whitney Houston high?? She seemed like her old "Aw Hell to the NO" self from Bobby and Whitney (allegedly). She looked gorgeous, but was a hot ass mess up there.
  • Carrie Underwood is gorgeous! I loved everything about her tonight ... except for the hair, it was kind of frizzy.
  • Miley Cyrus is retarded. I don't know why she talks like a 40 year-old smoker, I don't know why she dances like she is having an epileptic seizure, and I don't know why the adorable Taylor Swift had her sing with her. She tried to high jack the performance with her awkward moves and loud/obnoxious voice. Ew.
  • Katy Perry's song "I kissed a girl" is so damn catchy, too bad I sound like a lesbian singing it.
  • Was Kanye West sporting a mullet? Like an afro-mullet if you will? It was very 80's of him.
  • Duffy is a bit full of herself, no? I mean she got a little pushy with Rev. Al Green. She was totally trying to out sing him ... nice try little girl.
  • What on earth is under Kenny Chesney's hat?? And why does he look like a hamster that fell face first onto a botox injection?
  • Who the hell are Robert Plant & Alison Krauss? Was he they guy that played the wrestler in that movie about the wrestler? Is that his daughter? And why did they win all the Grammys?
  • It was kind of brutal to have to watch Queen Latifa say "Rap Pack" ... then my TV went black and white. I spent the next couple of min hitting my TV, until I began to fast forward and realized it was just a retarded artistic choice ... just like Kanyes mullet.
  • It was a little disturbing watching MIA do pelvic thrusts with her ginormous prego belly, and I didn't need to know that she was due to have her baby that night Kate. I am pretty sure I saw its head crowning with all her awkward hip movements.
  • Who were the trannies playing with Sir Paul McCartney? One of them had a beard, it was confusing. And WHY was there a stuffed animal kitten on top of the amp? I hope it was never alive. I am sure PETA will have something to say about that.
  • John Mayer is a douche bag
  • I wonder if LL Cool J has really chapped lips all the time, I mean he is constantly licking them. They have got to get chapped. No lip could withstand that much saliva.
  • I think Gwenyth Paltrow got a contact high from whatever Whitney was smoking (allegedly) because she was painful to watch introduce Radiohead.
  • The last hour was like pulling teeth. I don't need to see Neil Diamond strut his stuff, i think he thought he was in Vegas, and not singing one song at the Grammy's.
  • Seriously, John Mayer, stop appearing on my TV. You have this really creepy vibe.
  • That was nice that they let the guy from the Wrestler sing at the Grammy's with his daughter. Seriously though, why can I barely hear them when they sing? Am I deaf? Did I sit on the volume button on my remote control? Or are they whispering into the mics?
  • Why did the Krauss woman have the wind blowing in her hair while she was singing? I almost fast forwarded through their performance because I thought it was an Herbal Essence commercial ... (the same thing happened with Katy Perry's performance, except I thought they were bringing back the Chiquita Banana commercials and got excited and stopped it ... only to realize it was that damn catchy song! I sounded like a lesbian the rest of the night)
  • I can't believe the guy from the wrestler and his daughter won the album of the year. A Grammy and an Oscar nom in the same year? Crazy! Too bad I couldn't hear the woman's speech because she speaks freakishly soft.
  • While the Wrestler and friends were giving their speeches the music started to cut them off! Give them a break Grammys! These people just won the album of the year, now I don't know who they are either, but they deserve to finish their "thank you" speeches.
Well, that was my Grammy experience. I would like to thank TiVo because there was no way I would be able to sit through that for three and a half hours. Thirty min is all the Grammy I need. I would like to thank God, my family, my amazing boyfriend, and everyone who reads my blogs!

Saturday, February 7, 2009

The Pact...

So, my friends Jenny and Ashley are going to Israel for two weeks on an archaeological dig in June. Well, in order for them to travel safely, and blend in the professor in charge told them that they would have to cover their heads (they are both super super blond). So, Jenny and Ashley decided that they would dye their hair brown before they went, but in order for them not to burst into tears when they do it, me and another one of Jenny's friends are all going to go brown! They say that you should always diet in groups with your friends so you have a support group that is going through the same exact thing as you. The same should be don't when dying ones hair to drastic colors! I don't think I will go as dark as they will go, but I am excited to try a new look. They do not leave until June, so I have plenty of time to back out until then! Ha ha ha ha. Maybe I will look for a dark blond, or a golden color like Jennifer Aniston. OR maybe a Carrie Bradshaw color! So many options, good thing I have like 6 months to look for the perfect color!
PS: I already dyed my hair brown a couple of years ago...but I did it myself while Jenny was in Paris (Jenny is also my hair stylist) and it turned GREEN! Anywho after Jenny came back from Paris TWO WEEKS LATER she fixed it to the color in the picture above (in the picture with me is Ashley, a member of the pact!). However, I do not remember anything from those months of my life when I had dark hair. It is like I completely suppressed all those memories. Man, those were dark times. Hopefully this time will be different since I have a support group all doing the same thing.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Seasonal Depression

I know it was only not sunny for about two days, but it felt like a life time!! I need the sun in my life. I felt like my tan was fading, and fading quick! I had 10 days of color built up and BAM all of the sudden winter decided to show itself. I am glad that the sun is now back, and showing those rain clouds who's the boss! Today I laid out with my friend Erika, and it was AMAAZZING! We just fell asleep under the warm embracing rays of the sun. There is nothing better than laying out all day and smelling like fried chicken. Addicted? Maybe, actually absolutely. I am totally, utterly, and completely addicted to the sun. I must be tan at all times. Some of you might ask...but Emilia, aren't you scared of getting skin cancer?? HA! I laugh in the face of skin cancer! I mean, if you are going to get cancer, you might as well get skin cancer, that way you die looking tan and fabulous (you have permission to read this at my funeral if/when I do indeed die from skin cancer). I get my moles checked out regularly by my dermy. We are BFF. I have gotten so many removed, and they all come back fine. I figure at this rate I can have all my moles removed by the time I am 40, because they say that is when skin cancer begins to show itself. Sunscreen doesn't even help anymore! I was reading an article that said that some sunscreens actually cause MORE free radicals than no sunscreen at all. So, they advised to wear sunscreen that has antioxidants in it. Or to put on an antioxidant lotion nightly and then wear sunscreen in the morning (I guess antioxidants last about 4 days on your skin or something like that). ANYWHO I guess no one is safe! I might as well get a nice deep tan. I am all about global warming, and let that hole in the ozone layer get bigger. That way my tan can come quicker and deeper! Yes tans!

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The Jerk-Loser Breed

A recent little tiff with this guy I know sparked a slue of memories from back in my dating life (**Disclaimer** this post has nothing to do with that guy, just in case he reads this...which he won't because he claimed my blog put him to sleep, so obviously he was at the wrong blog). Anywho! Why is it that guys can be total dicks to girls, I mean they can be rude and disrespectful, and as soon as a girl bites back she is labeled the "bitch" or she is told to "not take things so seriously/personal." These guys are retarded (I know I shouldn't use that word, but its a funny word, and so I will continue to use it. Sue me) and the girls that put up with them are an embarrassment to women everywhere. If someone plays a prank on you, you play one back. It is a game, and I don't understand why some guys get all weirded out when a girl plays their little "I'm a sarcastic dick" game back. What am I supposedto do? Sit there and laugh about it? Tell you how much I love it when you wear your hat tilted to one angle? I think they have a word for this jerk-loser breed of men ... DoucheBags! The ones I ran into seemed to mostly reside in Utah, or at least flocked to Utah for a while. I remember when I was out in the dating scene, I'd run into these losers all the time. They would say something rude and undoubtedly retarded...AND MIND YOU it was completely unprovoked. I would be minding my own business and they would snap in with some intolerable comment. WELL I would bite back, and then alllll of the sudden they called foul play, I had an attitude problem, or I didn't know how to take a joke. If I were a guy my comments would have been greeted with laughter, and probably one of those lame high chest hand shakes that turn into a half hug, you know, the ones douchebags give each other. If a guy is a jerk to me, I will be a jerk back. I will not think you are funny, or charming. I will just think you are an A hole. This doesn't mean my feelings will be hurt...because that's the other thing that bugs me. These losers think that they have actually hurt your feelings, when in reality you are just doing the same thing they are doing to you, but they take it as hostile. I guess I always try to think of what their intentions were when saying said comment. It obviously isn't a compliment, since it is usually things like "no one will marry a girl that wears ridiculous shoes like you" (I know it is a lame example) So, I have to believe that their intentions are to belittle me, and so I come back with the same intentions. Then this happens, "WOAH! Can't you take a joke? " said the DoucheBag. YES yes I can, but what you said is not a joke, it is a comment that is made at the expense of someone else, it is unprovoked, and it is usually demeaning. So what if I like high heels, I am minding my own business. I didn't ask you if you liked my shoes, you decided to make that retarded statement on your own. Girls, if a boy is mean to you, he is not hitting on you...he is just an A HOLE, and you need to stay clear of them.

Monday, January 26, 2009

P + 4 = Complete Bore!

I am so sick of being rushed off after sacrament! I don't understand why my ward does not let us socialize! I MEEEEAAANNN! It is a freakin singles ward! Every other singles ward I've ever been to has like 15 min breaks in between classes so that we can chat it up.If I wanted to be spiritual I'd go to a home ward. How do they expect people to meet? At "linger longer"? As if! Everyone knows that all the attractive, cool people leave after sacrament! Danny and I sure do! We've got lives like all beautiful people do, we don't have time to stay for linger longer! Thank goodness I have Danny cause without him I'd probably die of boredom every Sunday. Too bad we can't ever meet any other cool people because we are shooed away to our classes every time we get the chance. Oh P4, why do you do this to us! Just let us socialize, we are young. This is the time when church is supposed to be fun! We have the rest of our lives to be in boring home wards. Just give us 18 - 30 to have fun. That is all I ask!...My venting is complete.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

World Peace...

I know, the picture of me in the crown is the most amazing picture you have ever seen. I MMEEAAAN! Look at the soft glow feature I used! I've always wanted to be Miss America, at the very least Miss USA.Who hasn't? You get a gown and a bunch of roses! Not to mention the sparkly sash you get to wear. Tonight is the Miss America Pageant! I have been watching pageants since I was a little girl, I love all pageants, Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, Miss Universe, Miss America, and even Miss Hawaiian Tropics. But for the past two years, there has been this weird movement of making Miss America more "modern" I HATE that they are trying to make it hip and modern. That is an abomination to pageants everywhere! If I want to watch women parade around in fashion forward - hip and moderness I will watch the Oscars red carpet arrivals. I want to see teased hair, a pound and a half of make up, and dresses with so many stones that it can be seen from outer space! Those are the essentials of the Miss America pageant. The fact that it is outrageous makes it amAAAzing!I can see "modern and hip" in any US Weekly any day. I want big hair and fake tans, bedazzled dresses and four rows of fake lashes (speaking of which, Dancing with the Stars comes back on March 11th...that is like a pageant every week!) Bring back the true Miss America! I don't want the new modern Miss America! I want the old tranny Miss America!

Monday, January 19, 2009

Viva Las Vegas!

When Danny and I went to Vegas in the summer we discovered this amazing place thanks to our good friend Stacy. It was called the Bone Yard, and it was where all the old strip signs went to rest. I die. It was about 140 degrees and the ground below me was melting my pink jellies (Yes I own pink jellies...I also have them in clear. Don't judge me.) We took so many pictures, actually by "we" I mean Danny took my picture. He is not a big picture fan, he hates taking pictures. I practically had to threaten him to take the picture above. I posed in front of every sign! You actually have to sign a form before they take you into the bone yard saying that you will not use the pictures for profit or blah blah blah. I guess the tour guide got all worried cause he saw me taking so many pictures, luckily Stacy was able to back me up, and let him know that they would only be going on my facebook ... and now blog! It was such a fun Vegas trip! I have been to Vegas about a million times, and this trip was probably top three! A few months after our trip I was watching some music videos, and Carrie Underwood had actually filmed her "Last Name" music video in the bone yard! I felt so connected. .
I meeeaann!!!