Sunday, September 28, 2008

I should be a professional pet groomer.

I really don't see why we should have to pay more money for the dog to get his haircut than I pay for mine. last haircut cost me $2 at the hair college, but fifty've got to be kidding me. Sooo...I whipped out the clippers and VIOLA! - I transformed a West Highland Terrier into a Mexican-Jack Russell-Rat mix. I think he looks pretty sweet and it was free. My Aunt Kris would kill me if she saw him.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Family Fun

 Sister-in-Law got this idea out of a Family Fun magazine. We had a great time with our family and left with some pretty wicked tie-die shirts in the end.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

"The Video"

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Picture Day at the School.

Okay, turn you head on more of a slant…now, make a fist. Slowly ease it up underneath your chin…Kay, hold still right there. Now, just imagine you're weightless, in the middle of the ocean, surrounded by tiny little seahorses…

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

I have the cutest kids!

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Help with Morgans Costume

So...we were talking about Halloween costumes with Morgan tonight and asked her what she wanted to be. She has it narrowed down to 3 choices; a fairy (tooth fairy or forest fairy), a pioneer (like the ones we see at walmart), or a robot. Let us know what you think.

Friday, September 12, 2008


Marolyn recently took me to the Dinner of Champions. At first, I told her I wasn't going to attend and she politely persisted. I am glad she did. I wasn't too sure what the award was for and thought I might get a few McDonalds coupons out of it. Soon thereafter, my brother informed me that it really was a big thing. It was quite the feeling. I don't know what felt better: massive family support, a standing ovation from a bunch of over-dressed old rich people, or all-you-can-eat coconut shrimp.
I can't lie. I wanted to vomit in the moments leading up to the "speech". Marolyn kept asking if I wanted to write things down and I repeatedly refused. If I have things written down, I read the words verbatim and sound like a robot. Not much fun in that. So...why not just "wing it". I had no clue what to say, but when the time came, I sparked mild strokes in the geriactric crowd. It makes me feel good that more than just 12-year-olds appreciate my sense of humor.

Most importantly, it was good to see my grandma laugh. I saw my mom and dad snickering, Marolyn shaking her head, and my sister-in-law was in tears. It was a very accomplishing night. When people stood and kept applauding, my own heart jumped and my sight returned in full for a few moments. I felt young and loved.

I just want to thank everyone who helped make the night so special; my beautiful wife (of course), my brother and his wife, my parents, Harry Kim, my grandmother, my good friends (Derek and Ryan), the "in-Laws", my Uncle Laman, Dan and Loraine, and a perfect stranger (who bought my suit...a special thank you).

Friday, September 5, 2008


So, Marolyn and I were called as the "Activities Committee" for our ward. After the pain-staking process of 100 surveys and hours of heavy construction...we came up with something that may just be the coolest thing ever for a ward party. ETERNAL FAMILY FEUD.