Andy is a diesel mechanic at Kennecott. I taught middle school science for ten years, and am now an evidence-based learning specialist for a school district.
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Posted by Leslie at 7:18 PM
Monday, May 25, 2009
Posted by Leslie at 3:07 PM
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Well, here is the deal . . . I REALLY dislike Adam Lambert. I would never in a million years purchase one of his albums. I hate the yelling in a high pitched tone, I hate the sticking the tongue out when he's yelling, I hate the hair, I hate the painted nails, and I most certainly hate those tight, stripe girl pants that he wore when he sang with Allison! I am just not a fan in the least bit!
I liked Danny a lot, but I think that I would purchase a Chris album before I purchased a Danny album. I think Chris has a wonderful voice, and he's humble, modest, and "real".
I was highly disgruntled by the judges on Tuesday night when they pretty much said "vote for Adam." HELLO!!!! What about the other 2? They are amazing. I will admit that Adam knows how to work a stage, and how to perform. But, as far as I'm concerned, he doesn't SING nearly as well as the other two!!!
So, needless to say, I will be voting for Chris next week, and I hope that the rest of America will wise up to the fact that he sings MUCH better than Adam!!!!
Posted by Leslie at 8:05 AM
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
My mentor called today to inform me that my capstone was passed off by the committee, which means . . . it's official . . . I now have my Master's degree!!! Yippee!!!! NO MORE HOMEWORK!!!!!
Posted by Leslie at 2:37 PM
Saturday, May 9, 2009
We are dog sitting my sister-in-laws 2 yorkies, and thier new puppy this week! Ethan is fascinated by the puppy, and constantly wants to hold and touch it! I can't believe how much he loves dogs! Maybe he'll be a vetrinarian some day! Who knows! I thought this was adorable! He just laid right down like the puppy!
Posted by Leslie at 7:37 PM
Friday, May 8, 2009
Yesterday, I had passed my committee exam for my Master's degree! I had to present a powerpoint presentation to the committee about my project, and then they grilled me with questions for about 40 minutes. I passed, which means I'm one step closer to graduation! Thank goodness!
My written capstone report has been graded by my mentor, but has to be approved by the rest of my graduation committee. Hopefully it will pass in the next few weeks, and then I'll FINALLY be done!
Posted by Leslie at 8:58 AM