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Christmas is Over

Pica decided to "help" us by taking down the Christmas tree herself...on Christmas day...while we weren't home.
Yaaaaaay.
Thank you, Pica!
(And, in case you're wondering, our Jack Russell Terrier is exactly why there were no ornaments on the tree.)

Merry Xmas from Kitty and Sexy Nerd!

We decorated the chalkboard door.



I made a batch of Joy the Baker's gingerbread marshmallows to take to Sexy Nerd's grandma's house.


I was worried that the homemade marshmallows wouldn't come out of the dish, but...ta da!

(so yummy!)
Sexy Nerd also baked up some dinner rolls and a baguette with herbs.
He's fancy like that.

My parents are spending Christmas with my family in Tucson and we're watching their dog for them. Britney will not let me take a photo of her.

Look over here, Britney.
Over here!!
Biscuit understands how to take a good photo, but Pica is stubborn like you-know-who.
Over here, Pica!
 Hopeless.
Merry Christmas!

An Alarming Experience

I use my Nexus 7 as my alarm clock. This morning, I woke up before it went off.

The screen said 9:32 (I have to be at work by 9!)

It was actually only 6:32.

There's nothing that starts your day quite like a small heart attack.

Sexy Nerd's "Vacation" Photos

Anyone want to guess where Sexy Nerd went on his business trip?


Yes, those are SHARKS!
Sexy Nerd wears his "finger shoes" everywhere (much to my embarrassment).
Ooh, that is some scary vegetation.



So many people have stayed in this room...and no one has bothered to peel the stickers off the TV.
Haven't figured out where Sexy Nerd went? This photo is a bit of a dead giveaway.


He even got to ride in a helicopter! I'd be jealous, but it sounds terrifying.

Just your average business trip.

Digital Scrapbooking - Wedding Album

Molii Gardens at Kualoa Ranch
This January 10th = 10 years since our 1st date!
They were fancy.
Escape is futile, Sexy Nerd!

Just a small wedding with a handful of close friends and family
Instead of a traditional wedding ceremony, we had our guests walk "down the aisle" (a winding staircase) to us, where each received a lei.
The coconut cake from Ted's Bakery on Oahu made the perfect wedding cake. We were even able to have it again when we stopped in Hawaii last year on our way to Australia.