Thank you Jason!

This is for you, a picture from the SD car show a couple of weeks ago. I like the reflection of the palm trees on the blue roof.

Happy Father’s Day!

I painted you a picture in a sip and paint class.  It’s called crows in a wheat field. That’s actually only 1/2 the picture, the other 1/2  was obviously painted by some drunk lady… I don’t remember who…

noises update

We have baby foxes!  There is a little den with baby foxes behind our house. I am guessing last night mommy fox left the den to find something to eat and we heard the babies crying.  I was expecting to find bloody carnage this morning but thank goodness all is well. It will be fun to watch the pups grow!


It’s late here and some kind of animal is screaming and possibly dying in the back yard. The dogs are going nuts!

Emily is 3 months old already!

Our little munchkin is growing fast and I’ve hardly seen her. She is just adorable with her big smile!  I miss her and Sarah so much. We are planning a visit soon, I can’t wait!

Lindsey and I took an amazing trip a couple of weeks ago. We visited Lithuania, Scotland and London. I met some of my mom’s relatives in Lithuania, they were very nice. We did some sight seeing and had some authentic Lith food. Here’s medieval Trakai castle.

My favorite part of our vacation was Scotland.  We stayed in Edinburgh. Besides the castle, ancient streets and J K Rowling stories, the new Avenger movie was being filmed on our street! The best day was going out to Loch Ness and looking for the Loch Ness monster. I’ve always wanted to do that! Here’s a picture of The Kelpies (I was lucky to get the pic, we drove by it so fast!)

And then we finished in London. We took a tour out to Stonehenge… it was amazing! And visited Windsor Castle. Our last day we walked  the city of London and visited as many landmarks and museums as we could. It was spring break and there were so many other tourists but I think we id a good job and saw almost everything! Our Fitbits showed we walked 15 miles that day! The London Eye was enormous, there are 30-35 people in each capsule!


I LA LA Loved LA LA Land! I don’t get to go to the movies very often so I’m am glad I got to see this movie at the theater! The opening scene was so impressive and FUN! They actually closed part of the 110  near LAX for 3 days to film it! Unreal! Go see it!