Someone just shoot me.

I'm just dying! AAAGGGHHHH! Michael McLean is in my hometown Idaho Falls doing a concert as we speak - er, I mean as I type!

I wish I could be there so badly. But we spent all our extra run around money on a new washing machine and dryer....why does my washing machine always die right before Thanksgiving?

No bunny hop for me. No Salt Lake City date for me and my hubby. Sigh.

Christmas just isn't Christmas without Forgotten Carols.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey sis! how's it going? Saw you were on just now so wanted to say hi. Have a wonderful night. D

Grandparents Corner said...

Sounds like us, we'll be having new tires and brakes for Thanksgiving! :)

Mechelle said...

A new washing machine is not as fun as a MM concert. But we have to do what we have to do I guess. I feel for you. Hope you can find a cd and put it in while you fold all those clean clothes! M

Becka Babe said...

Well you know what were spending our Christmas money on, so at least your not in bad company w/ a washer & dryer. :) I am sorry you couldn't go.

Jami said...

Hey, I could come sing for you! ;)

Loralee said...

So I found your blog yesterday just hoppin' around. I love it! So this a.m. I was checking my Feedjit list to see who was hoppin' on mine, and there you are, bright and early this morn. Before you think this is just a really weird comment and get scared, I have to tell you this is one of those "it's a small small world" moments. Just yesterday afternoon, before I found your blog, sitting in my living room was a new missionary from your town, or at least the town that hosts your your internet provider...and it's not that big. He's from the first ward there, and his name is (Elder) Josh Cotton. Do you know him?

binders said...

I've never been to his Christmas Concert. How pathetic is that? I'm sorry you're missing out but I hope you got the model of washing machine/dryer that also folds and puts away. Wishful thinking, huh?

kitchenditcher said...

The last time that I saw MM, he sang "From Gods Arms to my arms to yours" and my adopted daughter was sitting next to me and we were both BALLING OUR EYES OUT!

So sorry you are going to miss him.

And don't put anything red in with your whites! :o}

Jami said...

I enjoy your blog, too!

I'm sorry things went sour for your husband, I really do like this company. But, it's good that he was able to get back with the bishop. Is that a good thing? I remember you guys were a little "eh" about that situation...