Sunday, September 16, 2007

Colors Concert!

After almost 5 years, one of my favorite bands put on a reunion concert tonight. In high school, my friends and I were kind of Colors groupies. We went to just about every concert, had all the CD's, sweatshirts, bumper stickers -- you name it. They came and did several concerts at Murray High and the Murray Amphitheater. Going to the reunion concert was lots of fun, and it brought back some great memories. Here's some pictures of the concert :

Sunday, September 09, 2007


At the rate the Utes are going, they'll likely be playing with their entire second string by about mid season...

These injuries are killing us!

Friendly Letters...

Dear Tommy Grady,

I just want to say thank you for a wonderful game. 20/39 passing, 2 interceptions, and an average run of -1.8 yards. You really stepped it up for the Utes. They clearly reflected your leadership and confidence on the field. Thanks again.


Dear Officials of yesterday's Utah/Air Force Game,

I really appreciate how dedicated you were to making sure that Utah didn't get any calls their way. Thank you for slapping us with 7 penalties totaling 160 yards, compared to Air Force's 5 penalties for 45 yards. That really helped us out.

All my love,

A disappointed fan

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

New Computer!

This post is coming to you live from our brand new computer!

We decided we needed a second computer (as up until now, all we had was my laptop), so once we had some extra money, we set out shopping. We decided to go to Costco first, since they usually have the best prices on electronics.

I wasn't really sure what to buy, but luckily I ran into a friend from high school who happens to know quite a lot about computers. He recommended the wonderful machine you see pictured here:

We also can finally afford to have cable TV and internet (thanks to managing the apartments), and those were installed this afternoon. This means that, as much as I despise The Mountain, I won't have to miss out on the college football action this season. Speaking of which... Grady is about the sorriest thing I've ever seen.