Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Monday, December 22, 2008


I can only imagine the angst that has been happening since I posted this:
DH2 + D magazine + famous people

.. So maybe not famous at all, but I had to relish considering I love all things D (including the magazine and the husband).

{that is the Heintz there on the left, 2nd pic from the bottom.}

Imagine my astonishment when DH & I are on the couch .. I get my brand spanking new Jan. issue of D .. as always I briefly glance through it looking at the famous people at Dallas events .. then I realize we are in a picture! I was telling Dyer that there was a caption from a museum event that we went to before noticing the pic included us.

Ok, enough with the bragging. I get it. We're not famous-famous.

{fyi: once i was quoted in the Baylor Magazine, it was something about being a student worker working at the library. amazing, i know.}
{fyii: jan. '09 is in a short few weeks. double-weird.}

Friday, December 19, 2008


Want to see something that makes my heart sing? Here you go:

Rudolph Rowdy & Dyer circa. Xmas '04

{now on to something over-the-top awesome which is inclusive of 3 things I especially love. hint: DH2 + D magazine + famous people. not going to post yet .. i have to keep people coming back!}

I finally posted this extravaganza.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008


Heintz honeymoon, 6/08

(I plan to include some firstmas & xmas '08 photos soon. its on the list.)

Thursday, December 11, 2008


St Croix. Yes, please.
{although i enJoy the cold weather, I could go for a hint of summer on an island.}

Monday, December 1, 2008


We had a good time with Garner this weekend! Have I mentioned how sweet and helpful G is?!

We did a little movie watching, x-box playing, shopping, eating, jogging, I-spying, cleaning, driving, running in the rain, and starbucksing.

I miss him already.

"Bless this highly nutritious microwavable macaroni and cheese dinner and the people who sold it on sale. Amen."
name it.


Complete: Same kind of different as me.
Now: Swapping Lives, by Jane Green.

I pondered putting the blog on hiatus due to this:

.. then I thought, "D&D's blog is something that people look forward to reading, and some people don't like books and this may be their only reading (mainly MR)." I felt obligated, so I forge on.

"The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, And all the sweet serenity of books."
-H. Longfellow