Thursday, October 9, 2008
What is is name? Jason Dwayne Barber
Who eats more? It depends on the food. Usually Jason
Who said I love you first? He did
Who is taller? Jason is, by about 6 inches
Who is smarter? Depends on the subject. Cars, sports, tools=him. Scrapbooking, piano playing, birthday shopping=me. Everything else we are equal.
Who is more sensitive? I am more emotional, if that's what this question means. Jason is very sensitive to our family's needs though.
Who does the laundry? Yuck, laundry. Jason will usually wash them, and I fold them. It's great teamwork.
Who sleeps on the right side of the bed? If you are looking at the bed, I sleep on the right side.
Who pays the bills? I do.
Who cooks more? I am embarrased to say this, but Jason does. He's a great cook.
What meals do you cook together? Tonight we are going to make chicken enchiladas together! Mmmm
Who is more stubborn? We are both stubborn. Of course I would say he is more stubborn
Who is the first to admit they're wrong? Wrong? Well I know I am never wrong. Must be him!
Who has more siblings? I do
Who wears the pants in the relationship? He tells people that I wear the pants, but I think we are a pretty good team.
What do you like to do together? Anything. Taking walks, playing our Wii and PS2, just being together
Who eats more sweets? I think I do. Unless it's brownies, then it's all him!
Guilty pleasure?? Watching America's Next Top Model with me. (he'll never admit to that!)
How did you meet? In Hong Kong on our missions.
Who asked who out first? He did. But during the date, I told him he had to pay for my dinner in order to count it as an official date. He graciously obliged.
Who kissed who first? He did, on my first trip to Arizona to meet his family.
Who proposed? He did.
His best features? His eyes, his smile, his legs, need I go on?
What is his greatest Quality? Too many to just list one. He's an awesome dad, my best friend, supportive, quick to help, and I love him!!!
I tag anyone who wants to join the FUN!!!
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Monday, October 6, 2008
Sunday, September 28, 2008
I am going to close my parties on Saturday, October 4 so that we can get the orders placed and get the candles and books on their way. Let me know if you can't access these sites.
Thanks again to everyone for their support, and I will let you know when your stuff is in!!
Sunday, September 21, 2008
We enjoyed our anniversary yesterday. A lot has happened in 5 years. We built our house in Payson. We've been lucky to have been able to travel to quite a few places together. Most importantly, we were blessed with our son almost 2 years ago. Cameron spent the day with us yesterday and we wouldn't have wanted it any other way.
This is the group of friends and family that were with us at the temple.
Jason's family at the reception. His parents are standing with us. Kneeling down are his older brother Jeremy and his younger sister Suzie.
My family at the reception. Top row: sister Hailey, us, my parents, brother Austin. Kneeling are my brother-in-laws Justin, holding his son Trevor, and Ien. Sitting are my nephew Jaydan, sisters Krista, Sami, and Miranda, holding her daughter Maesyn.
Our wedding cake. It was all real cake, and we forgot to cut it and serve it during the reception, so we had a lot of cake left over!!
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Ok, so here's the story of the day. We flew back from Arizona on Sunday (more on our trip later.) Things seemed to be going wrong from the airport until we got home. Cameron was the "noisy kid" in the airport. He was so fascinated by the planes, and everytime he saw one, he thought he should let everyone else in the waiting area know. But, he did really well on the plane, so I can't complain about that. He stayed awake the entire flight, but was very quiet and wasn't very wiggly. Anyway, I fell off the shuttle bus on our way to our car. (caught myself with the suitcase, but rolled my ankle.) Then our card wouldn't read when we tried to pay for parking. Things after that were fine until we got home. It was about 9:30 p.m. and all I wanted to do was take a shower and go to sleep since I had to work the next morning. Jason went out to get the suitcases, and I turned on the water in the shower. No, let me rephrase, I turned on the faucet in the shower, but there was no water! I didn't know what was going on, so I checked the bathroom faucet. Still nothing. I started panicking. I checked the kitchen, nothing. So I told Jason and we went outside and looked around to see if there was a big gyser of water in our yard. Nothing. Checked the basement for a flood. Nothing. It was so weird. We checked and the water main was still turned on, so I called a neighbor and she said that they hadn't had any problems. I was racking my brain to figure out what it could be, and thought maybe our city billed didn't get paid, but I checked online, and it had been paid and cashed. So, I ended up calling an emergency after-hours phone number for Payson City, and some guy said they would be right out. And he was serious. He was there within about 10 minutes. He took a hammer down into our basement and banged around for a few minutes, then went out and checked our water meter, then banged downstairs again, and voila, we had water, and it was almost like nothing had happened. No loss of pressure, or anything. So we asked him what happened, and he said that on newer houses, there is a pressure gauge above the water shut off valve, and inside the gauge there is a spring. Sometimes the spring gets stuck due to hard water and sometimes it's lack of use. But if you bang on it, and knock it loose, then things work just fine. He said its not something that we need to worry about, but I thought I would share this with you, in case it ever happens to you. Needless to say, I was really ready for my shower by the time the water came on!!
Wednesday, August 6, 2008
You use the first letter of your firstname, to answer each f the following. They have to be real places, names, things, nothing made up. You cannot use your own name for the boy/girl name.
1- What is your name: Cami
2- A 4 letter word: Cash
3- A vehicle: Camry
4- A city? Cancun
5- A boys name: Cameron :o)
6- A girls name: Connie
7- A dessert: Cookies!!
8- An occupation: Counselor
9- Something you wear? Cumberbund
10- A celebrity? Carrie Underwood
11- Food? Chicken enchiladas
12- Something found in a bathroom? Cologne
13- Reason for being late? Car broke down
14- Something you shout? Call me
15- An animal? Cheetah
16- A body part? Cheek
17- A word to describe yourself? Clumsy
Thursday, July 24, 2008
How to play this game!! Post these rules on your blog which are:
List 3 joys, 3 fears, 3 goals, 3 current obsessions/collections,
3 random/surprising facts about yourself. ;)
My 3 Joys:
1- My family
My 3 Fears:
2- Bears, mountain lions, sharks, anything that can eat me
3- Losing a loved one
My 3 Goals:
1- Paint the walls in my house
2- Have a healthy, happy family
3- Put a fence around the backyard
My 3 Current Obsessions
1- Reading the Twilight series
2- My new Dyson vacuum (it's incredible!)
3- Jason and Cameron :)
My 3 Random/Surprising facts about me:
1- I enjoy baking cookies, banana bread, anything sweet.
2- I love wrapping Christmas presents
3- I like playing Ghost Recon (a sniper video game)
I tag anyone that wants to participate!! Thanks
Friday, June 13, 2008
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Our group in front of the buddha statue: left-right Jason, Aunt Willi, Me, Grandma Moore, Mom, Great-Aunt Claudia, Austin, Dad, Krista, Miranda.
A view of Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. Mongolia has about 2 million people, and over half live in UB.This is at Sukhbaatar Square, which includes Mongolia's Parliament House.
We left the city for a couple days, and headed out into part of the country. These are the two camels that we got to ride. (My sister has the pics on her camera of us actually on them.)
Here is a yak. It was so big. It had a calf the day before, and we were looking at the calf, and I think she started to get nervous. We were all afraid she was going to charge us, but didn't.
These are some "gers" which are the nomadic Mongolian's houses. These are ones that were replicated to look like what Chinggis Khan's craftsmen/women stayed in. They are pretty roomy inside, and have a wood burning stove in the middle, which really kept it warm
This is a picture of my dad, Jason, and brother Austin. They were dressed up in replica clothing of Chinggis' guards. Pretty intimidating, huh?
Last of the pictures (at least for now) is one of Jason and me. We are sitting on a replica of Chinggis' throne.
So, those are the pics that I am posting for now. I will probably post some more later, ones with us on camels, and some with all of us dressed up in traditional clothes. We loved our trip to Mongolia. The people were awesome. The language is cool to hear. It's more like Russian than Chinese. The food was ok too. The shopping was pretty good. We had a suit tailor-made for Jason, and it cost about $50, which included the material, the seamstress, and a tip because she made it within a week. She is the one that all the missionaries use. Not too shabby. All in all, it was a great trip, and although we missed Cameron like crazy, I am glad we went. It was a once-in-a-lifetime trip. If anyone ever wants to go on a trip to a far-off land, I recommend Mongolia!!