Jul 31, 2012

Taking a trip

I was looking through some of my Facebook photos today and thought I'd share a few memories :)

I LOVE this photo - it was taken at my moms old apartment in 2006 I believe. 
I miss those highlights

At Vogel State Park in 2006

When we met Mötley Crüe in 2005

Tinkerbell taking a nap on the "kitty sill" we had in our apartment

Different day...now it's Flowers turn

A cool rock that looks like Bruce from Finding Nemo
at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Me and my autogrpahed New Moon poster
(signed by Jamie Campbell Bower and Edi Gathegi)

Me at Hauntcon 2009

Jul 27, 2012

30 Weeks!

****Normally I email these weekly posts, but it is NOT working today for some reason :(. Now watch it show up later and I'll have 100 of the same post.

Pregnancy Highlights

How far along? 30 Weeks - ONLY 10 WEEKS LEFT!!

Size of the baby? I asked him yesterday what position is she in...it feels so hard behind my belly button and on my sides, so I was assuming maybe she was in a transverse lie (sideways instead of head down), but when he poked and prodded he said she was head down and her back was to my belly button, that's why it feels so hard. Strange how they can tell these things! According to BabyCenter - 3 lbs, 16" long, Cabbage!!

Maternity clothes? But of course. Sometimes I'll wear my normal t-shirts, but I find myself pulling the front down all day long...so maybe I should cut those out.

Stretch marks? Still just a few new ones around my belly button

Weight gained: 4lbs total. I was still kind of concerned by this so I asked the new doc what his thoughts were and he said the same exact thing, 15-20lbs is average.

Sleep: It's alright, still tossing and turning, but I'll live.

Best moment this/last week: KISS & Mötley Crüe was a lot of fun, I forgot that when you sit in the lawn at Lakewood you get to "people watch", there was plenty of entertainment even when the bands weren't playing :) . I also got to hear Persephone's heartbeat yesterday, it was 151bpm - I'm measuring 30cm. My blood pressure has been great too, it was 130/80!

Movement: Very frequent, even more so throughout the day whereas usually she's most active early in the AM and later in the evening. It's so neat to watch my belly move when she's twisting or turning.

Food cravings: Just a good ole' fountain coke, but I loved those pre-pregnancy, so I don't know whether to classify that as an actual craving.

Gender/Names: GIRL! Persephone Layne Jones!

Labor Signs: Don't think so...then again I've never had a baby before, so how would I know?

Belly Button in or out? Still in

Wedding rings on or off? On, but I decided to drop the engagement ring, just in case....my wedding band is looser than the engagement ring so it's easy to put on and take off.

What I miss: I guess it's sciatic pain...haha sometimes when I get up from sitting for a while, I hobble for a few seconds like an 80yr old lady because I get sharp pains that shoot from my butt down my leg. I'm to the point where I can't bend forward. I don't really miss it, but I catch myself trying to bend/lean and I'm quickly reminded I can't. I'm also finding myself sitting further away from my desk at work. I've already dropped my chair to the lowest setting, but the top of my belly tends to get squished if I try scooting in all the way.

What I am looking forward to: Getting this nursery together, my baby shower and meeting our little girl! Even though I feel this little alien, it's still hard to believe I'm pregnant.

Jul 26, 2012


I took this video of Persephone kicking/moving on Saturday 7/21 so I was 29 weeks exactly.

My stomach looks so awkward for some reason.

If you keep your eye to the left part of the screen you'll see her make a big kick in the beginning and then almost toward the end she rolls or who knows what - you can see her move from the right to left.

Jul 25, 2012

The rocker

It's no secret Hardy and I love music - heck we MET at a concert :)

Mötley Crüe is his all time favorite band and we have seen them just under 10x's, last night being the most recent. I generally know when we see Crüe Hardy will be in "his zone". Luckily I know lyrics to most of their hits so I can sing along and I'm able to enjoy it too.

This was Hardy's first time in the lawn, we have always paid the money for seats up close. He wasn't too disappointed which was a relief to me...I was really worried about that.

It was a great concert, both bands did awesome!

I snapped this photo of him last night jamming out. I used to think he looked silly, but I admire him for rocking out without caring who else is around :) head banging or playing air guitar and of course singing all the lyrics...that's my Hardy!

Jul 24, 2012

Croissant pouch dinner

Delicious and easy dinner

I've mentioned before Hardy is "the cook". Not because I don't want to, but he enjoys it and quite honestly, he's better at it than I am. Occasionally though, I'll make something because he's unsure how or because it's a recipe I found. A friend of mine from work recently told me about this REALLY easy dinner and we tried it last night - OMG yum. So I wanted to share it.

1 can 8ct croissant rolls (we used big n' flaky)
1lb ground beef
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup chopped bell pepper
shredded cheddar cheese
seasoning - your choice (you could use taco seasoning or other spices for meat - we used Adobo, sofrito and sazon with azafran)

In a skillet, brown the ground beef and cook with onions and bell pepper, drain well (add seasoning of your choice). On a greased pan, unroll the croissants in pairs. Spoon in beef/veggies in middle of croissant square, add cheese to taste and then fold up croissant sides. Bake in oven according to croissant package and voila!

They were soooo delicious and at first I thought we needed something else to eat with them, but I was wrong - one was very filling. We had enough croissants/meat to make 4 pouches. Like I said you can season meat however you want, or use a different meat in fact. But I can only review the one I ate - which was what I listed above.

I also heard this is delicious using rotisserie chicken and cream cheese :)

Jul 20, 2012

29 Weeks!

Pregnancy Highlights
How far along?  29 Weeks
Size of the baby? 2.5 lbs, 15" long and in food code - a butternut squash
Maternity clothesYep yep yep
Stretch marksThere are a few new ones right around my belly button
Weight gained: 2lbs
Sleep: If I were going to legitimately complain....this is where I would. 
I would love to sleep on my back or flat on my belly just to break up the monotony of side to side only sleep. 
It's really cramping my style lol
Best moment this/last week: My family visited with us a on Sunday,
we discussed the nursery and I can't wait to get that started and set up.
Movement: All the time! I wonder if I've felt hiccups, not exactly sure.
Last night I put my cell phone on my belly and Hardy and I watched it bounce all around.
Food cravings: Nothing to mention
Gender/Names: GIRL! Persephone Layne Jones!
Labor Signs: None
Belly Button in or out? Still in
Wedding rings on or off? Still on
What I missJust sleeping arrangements
What I am looking forward to
KISS & Mötley Crüe is next Tuesday. 
I know I'm crazy for wanting to sit outside voluntarily in the heat surrounded by a bunch of drunk people, lol. 
I enjoy concerts though, always have and even if I can't jump up and down, I still plan on having a great time! 
We're also going to Vogel State Park next weekend with Hardy's family and that should be fun.
As anxious as I am about delivery and bringing her home, I am getting pretty excited about meeting this little girl soon.

Jul 19, 2012


Other than my pregnancy updates, I haven't had a TON to post about, so instead of doing a few small posts, I figured I would bundle it all into one.
1. Car seats - I posted the other day about recalls and expiration dates, that night I went home and we checked the two we were given (and I'm so glad I did).  One was manufactured in 2003, so it's way expired, but when I pulled up it's model # it was actually recalled for possible missing parts on the base - that could be bad.  The other was manufactured in 2007 and (car seats expire in 6yrs) it is "good" until October 2013.  We registered for two infant car seat/stroller combos so hopefully we will get both and will feel comfortable we're using something up-to-date.
2. Facebook - I love it, but I'm getting to the point where I get aggravated at what people post.  I rarely use our laptop because the iPhone pretty much does every thing it can (with exception to a few things).  Lately though, all I ever see are people liking or sharing photo's and it isn't photos of someone's child or a family reunion - it's all of these silly picture/quotes.  At first I started liking all the ones that made me laugh or made sense, but then I realized I was probably crowding other peoples feeds with the same thing that was irritating me.  It almost seems rare now to get an actual update on someone's life because everyone is too busy liking these Ecards and such...well I'm over it.  I haven't yet, but the next time I get on my laptop, I plan on hiding a lot of people from my feed.  Another pet peeve is all the negativity on Facebook.  I realize I made a choice by accepting a friend request and/or requesting to be someone else's friend, but I may have to start deleting some.  I hate seeing people CONSTANTLY complain about their lives or silly stuff every day, all day.  I don't care...really.  I have bad days too and I'm sure I've made some whiny posts, but not every one wants to read about how many medical bills you have, that you and your husband are arguing or that your boyfriend cheated on you for the 100th time.  Some things need to be kept private.  One status last week really shocked me, a husband got on his wife's account and made a status update that she had been caught cheating - - really? I didn't need to know that and neither did the rest of the world.  I'm sorry if she did cheat on you, but keep that between yourselves.
3. Radio - I brought in my GE Nitey Lite/Radio to work a few months ago to work and can only pick up 3 stations, 97.1 The River, 95.5 Newstalk and some country station.  I'm not a huge fan of country, so I never listen to it and I talk all day and hear others talk, so I don't want to listen to Newstalk so I'm stuck with The River.  I like classic rock, but this station is just as bad as the others playing the same ol' songs every few hours...and if not the same songs, the same bands over and over.  However, I did discover a Rolling Stones song that I like - "Emotional Rescue".  At first I thought it was the Bee Gees because he sings so high pitched, haha. It's a little disco-esque, but catchy.  Another interesting thing is that The River has been doing a giveaway for The Tour (Kiss & Mötley Crüe), but they don't ever play Mötley Crüe and the only two KISS songs they seem to have on their rotation are "Rock and Roll All Nite" and "Detroit Rock City" - weird. 
4. Maternity leave - This is something I've been debating.  Work doesn't have a maternity leave package, they just use the FMLA (family medical leave act) which allows a person up to 12 weeks off without penalty (or pay).  When I first found out I was pregnant, I kept saying I would take 8 weeks off, the 6 weeks to recover and additional 2 just because.  Of course I don't have any daycares in mind because I don't even know how we're going to afford that (insert smartass comment about me complaining).  Then I started thinking about "bonding" with Persephone and how that might be thrown off if I left her too soon.  Not to mention, is 8 weeks really long enough to have a set routine down that you're comfortable with?  I don't want to come back to work too soon and really throw myself off my rocker.  I have short-term disability with Aflac and they'll pay part of my pay for as long as the doctor feels necessary - which in standard cases is 6 weeks for recovery.  So I'm in a bind.  Do I shoot for the minimal time of 8 weeks and hope for the best, or do I try to stay home longer and figure out the day care situation in the process?!?  Ahhh decisions decisions.  As much as I would probably enjoy it, I can't be a non-working mom, we need both of our incomes.
5. Ed Bassmaster - I posted one of his prank videos a while ago.  He has a YouTube channel with many videos of him as different characters he has come up with.  Some are funnier than others.  This past weekend we were showing his videos to a friend and came across a prank call he videoed about a Craigslist listing for a dresser, but he tries to sell them something in return - it's really cute/funny and had me in tears I was laughing so hard. 
Here's the link to the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvMZ-dzz2Cg

Jul 17, 2012

Recalls and Expirations

This baby thing is WONDERFUL and duh, overwhelming.
You find out you're pregnant. 
You share the news with friends/family.
You talk names.
You register for all of these cute things you and your husband want - whether or not they're essential items.
Then if you're lucky, you have friends and/or family who offer you free items.  I'm all about saving some money if possible.  But when you take your child into account, this changes things.  I've already "accepted" several hand-me-downs, a few car seats, swing, bouncer, crib, bassinet.  One of the first items we got from Hardy's parents they picked up at a yard sale, barely used bassinet, video monitor and an Infantino Sling.  For curiosities sake, I googled the sling because it was so cute and discovered it was recalled because infants could suffocate (OMG freaked me out).  Even though it was recalled in 2009, Infantio was still offering a replacement item, so I sent in for a new carrier.  It's scary to think things LOOK safe, but aren't necessarily. 
More so, you have no idea how long someone else has had those items before you get them in your possession.  And although they say something has never been "damaged" how do you know it wasn't stored in their garage or attic for a period of time where the temperatures fluctuate and the plastic could swell and shrink and cause cracks?!?!  Ok I'm going overboard...but you see what I mean?  Jane Doe swears this car seat is safe and has never been in an accident, but it's actually been in the garage for over a year and other things have been stacked on top of it, that surely exceeded the 50lb weight limit.
Last week, I found out that car seats actually have expiration dates (thank you friends for informing me).  I had no idea car seats could expire, sure I understand that safety ratings constantly change, but the thought never crossed my mind.  So now I have two used car seats that I plan on checking into.  I was reading online that car seats usually have an expiration date printed on the tag or at least the manufactures date - and the average car seat is built to last 6yrs from date of manufacture.  Now I feel bad, because I want to google every thing we've been "given" to make sure it's safe and hasn't been recalled, but at the same time I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings who has passed this stuff to us.  Although the safety of Persephone is above and beyond anyone else's feelings in my opinion.  Of course she'll be our first child, so every thing "baby" is new and quite honestly I don't mind used things, but I also prefer brand new things, just because....it's a special time.
So how do you control your curiosity? 
Do you research every thing you want to buy or have bought? 
Do you accept used items from people or do you have to learn to say "Thanks, but no thanks".

Jul 16, 2012

Say hello to Eureka!

This is a cheesy post, but I would like to introduce you to our new vacuum :)
AirSpeed® Bagged AS1053AX
Hardy and I have been using a cheap Bissell for the last almost 7 years and it's finally bit the dust.  I'll admit we didn't keep track with the filter and all that crap like we should have.  Over the last several months it was really giving us trouble, always spitting stuff back out that you had just vacuumed up.  It was also bagless and although I thought that was great at first, it really does make a bigger mess when you go to dump it.  With two cats, we have a lot of cat hair to pick up (in addition to my hair that ends up everywhere) so you can imagine the mess it would make cleaning that up.  Aside from the fact that we HAVE to have a vacuum, I wanted to make sure we have one that works before Persephone gets here.  We're trying to keep a cleaner house than we have in, because I'm afraid it'll only get worse when she gets here - ha ha.
We finally broke down Saturday and bought a new one.  Hardy is really good at comparing things (with the help of Amazon) so he did a little research prior to us physically looking.  We had a Hoover in mind, but this Eureka was on sale at Target, after he did some more online research while we were in the store, we picked her!  Hopefully she'll last a while, because we paid a little more than we wanted too (on sale for $119), but figured in some cases you get what you pay for.  We went home, Hardy put it together and we proceeded to try it out on the living room - did a great job.  Then we used the cool "power paw" pet extension and vacuumed our chair and we were very satisfied.  It's a little heavier than our previous vacuum, but does a hell of a lot better.  Sunday morning I got up and vacuumed the entire upstairs area and we're still on the first bag. 
Some of her features:
Proven to Clean Carpets Better Than Dyson DC25 For Less Than ½ The Price,*  the AirSpeed® ABS Advanced Bagged System combines powerful AirSpeed® Technology with a Quick Clean-Lock™ Bag for a powerful, hygienic clean.  

AirSpeed Technology—unlike other vacuums, AirSpeed® Technology has two smooth tubes, featuring limited bends and turns.  This allows more air to pass through the vacuum.  The direct air path from floor to cup, decreases the distance for dirt to travel, which increases the amount of airflow for powerful suction.

Quick Clean-Lock™ Bag System—the easy to change bag system and premium bag with the Quick Clean-Lock™ seal, conveniently keep your home fresh and clean without the mess.  This model includes 7 bonus bags.

Pet Tools and Odor Absorbing HEPA Filter—the PET Power Paw® Turbo Brush, pet upholstery brush and odor absorbing HEPA charcoal filter, makes this AirSpeed® vacuum perfect for pet owners.
This particular model is sold exclusively at Target
***I would like to point out, I'm not sure why our vacuum is a "female", but that's what I call her.  If she gives us any trouble, I'll be sure to do a new post, but so far we're very happy!

Jul 15, 2012

Oldies but goodies

I pulled these two items down from the attic a week or so ago. I'm so glad my mom kept a lot of our childhood things, cause these will be passed down to Persephone :).

My Minnie and first Minnie ears

Jul 13, 2012

28 Weeks!

Pregnancy Highlights
How far along? 28 Weeks, Hello 3rd Trimester!  Holy moly, we're really in the home stretch now....time to get that nursery prepared.
Size of the baby?  2.25 lb, 14.8" Chinese Cabbage
Maternity clothes? Every day
Stretch marks? None that I can see
Weight gained: I've been saying I gained 2lbs total, but I was mistaken.  Yesterday was my first trip to my new doctor and now I officially have gained 2lbs.  I lost 4lbs in the first three months and gained 2lbs back between months 4 & 5 and I've gained another 2lbs since then, so as of 7/12/12 I've gained 2lbs.  When I tell people that, I keep getting shocked responses and no one believes I haven't blown up, especially since it's my first baby.  Like I said in a post a month or so ago - because I started off bigger, my doctor said I shouldn't go by textbooks on the weight gain aspect.  Apparently most women get pregnant at or close to their ideal body weight and I was well past that.  I'm not starving myself or holding back from eating mounds of food, but honestly up to now I haven't had the first craving or "gorge-fest" - there are still 12 weeks to go, so this could change I suppose.  Hell if being pregnant helps you lose weight, maybe I should keep popping em out!!  I KID, I KID.
Sleep: I have had very few complaints through this entire thing, but sleep is becoming more aggravating.  I flip flop a lot.
Best moment this/last week: The mini-reunion dinner was a lot of fun Tuesday night - Thank you for the invite ladies! I had an appointment yesterday for my glucose test and 28w check up.  Her heartbeat was 155 and I measured 29cm so every thing looks/sounds good!  I go back in 2 weeks.
Movement: Lots and lots - I'm curious though how one knows a butt from a head and elbow from a foot?  If I push on my tummy, I can definitely feel where she is, but have no idea on the anatomy of things....does that come later on?
Food cravings: Zero, so I think Persephone is an alien.
Gender/Names: GIRL! Persephone Layne Jones!
Labor Signs: None
Belly Button in or out? In
Wedding rings on or off? On
What I miss: Shaving my legs in the shower is actually becoming interesting, the belly is definitely an obstruction.
What I am looking forward to: My appointments will be every 2 weeks now, it'll be sweet to hear her heartbeat and learn how she's progressing more frequently!  Hardy lately has been more vocal and excited than I am about it all and that really warms my heart.  I never thought he would be as sweet as he is - but it's true a baby changes everything.

Jul 11, 2012

Good food, Good times

Last night I enjoyed a fun dinner with some high school classmates (who were really sweet, and I mean that).
I was actually nervous about the dinner....I realized after seeing the invites, I never hung out with most of the other attendee's during our HS years.  I kept telling myself I wouldn't have been invited if my company wasn't wanted by someone - ha ha.  I worried I wouldn't have much to talk about.
But I stand corrected, I worried for nothing. 
Everyone was very welcoming and I never once felt awkward.  I enjoyed hearing about everyone's lives and what they've accomplished since high school.  Of course I enjoyed the baby/kid stories too, never hurts to hear different perspectives on raising your little ones.  It felt good to get away from the normal every day routine!
I hope we can do it again sometime - if I'm not invited I'll take it as a sign, lol...just kidding.  So thank you every one who came, even if I didn't get to speak to you one-on-one I had a lot of fun!

Jul 9, 2012

Poor bird

Last year I made a post (http://ahjones2010.blogspot.com/2011/04/decorah-eagles.html) about the Decorah Eagle family in Decorah, Iowa.  With donations from the public and other organizations they were able to install some cameras near their annual nesting spot so that we, the public could catch a glimpse of how they live.  I remember my Mom telling me about it and she got me hooked on watching them as often as I could.  The cameras were on 24/7 so you could see mama eagle lay the eggs and her and dad would take turns keeping them warm.  Eventually the three eggs hatched and we got to see them grow and mature.  It was AMAZING.  This year I remember keeping a close eye on them again, I unfortunately started late, so I didn't see the actually egg laying, but I did catch the hatching.
BUT on Yahoo Friday, I saw that one of the recent fledglings was found electrocuted :(
The first eagle hatched this year from the famous Decorah eagle nest was found dead this weekend.  It was at the base of a power pole near the nest in Decorah.

From the Raptor Resource Project regarding a monitored Decorah eagle named D12:

"We are very sorry to announce that D12 is dead. D12 was found electrocuted at the base of a power pole on a Sunday morning. We notified the power company, who modified the top of that pole on Sunday and several other poles in the area on Monday. As of this morning, they are continuing to identify and modify poles to make them raptor safe."  (PHOTO: "For those that have asked for a photo of D12, here is one from our Facebook album. We continue to remember how blessed we are with all the successes from the Decorah nest so far, and we will be thankful for all the future successes as well. This is the first known tragedy from the Decorah nest, and we thank all of you for your heartfelt thoughts on this loss." (Picture from the Raptor Resource Project Facebook page))

"Power lines themselves are not an electrocution hazard for birds (birds can and do sit on wires), but unshielded poles can be dangerous.  Again, we are very sorry to announce the death of D12. This pole and others like it in the area have been modified to prevent future electrocutions."

Jul 6, 2012

27 Weeks!

Pregnancy Highlights
Starting to look a little cramped in there....
How far along? 27 Weeks
Size of the baby? 2 lb, 14.5" Cauliflower
Maternity clothes? Every day
Stretch marks? No
Weight gained: 2lbs
Sleep: Sleeping is still good, but I am tired of only sleeping on my sides, my arms keep falling asleep.
Best moment this/last week: Normally her movements are quick, but on Monday night I was using my belly for a prop while playing solitaire on my phone and she must have rolled over real slow because my hands and phone went up and back down real slow - it was wild!  Oh and my feet are officially gone, unless I lean over really far.
Movement: Lots and I love it :)
Food cravings: Nah not really
Gender/Names: GIRL! Persephone Layne Jones!
Labor Signs: None
Belly Button in or out? In
Wedding rings on or off? On
What I miss: For now, just sleeping on my stomach or flat on my back.
What I am looking forward to:  
- My next appointment is Thursday, I'll do my 1hr glucose test, wish me luck!! 
- The mini-reunion dinner next Tuesday...I'm looking forward to getting LOTS of baby (and breastfeeding) advice
and I'm hoping to get a few Disney Q&A's in with Rachael ;) 
- ♫ KISS & Mötley Crüe concert July 24th ♫
- Taking some maternity photos sometime between now and the time she pops out! 
- Last but certainly not least, my Mom and BFFLADYFI, Tabitha are planning my shower and I know it will be perfect!
***With Hardy's job he's in/out of local businesses all day, some of which he has to frequent on a daily or weekly basis and he's come to know the employees pretty well.  The ladies at Magistrate Court were kind enough to keep a "name list" for us, you know just incase.  These names are ACTUAL people by the way, so for anyone who thinks Persephone is ugly or too far out there - just read these....

Jul 5, 2012

14 years ago

July 5, 1998 I attended my very first Hanson concert at Lakewood Amphitheater
It's ok, go ahead and laugh if you want...I'll still defend myself to this day.  They were my first "love" and although I don't favor their more recent music, I will always remember the joy I got from them in the early days.  Looking back at pictures of my room, I don't think I ever fully realized my obsession at the time.  Posters literally from one corner to another and even some on the ceiling, the back of my bedroom door, my closet doors...all over my notebooks for school.  I even used to write on my notes to friends that Taylor Hanson and I were going to be wed Valentine's Day of 1999 - - - ha well that day came and went.  He actually did marry a brunette from Georgia, but her name wasn't Amanda Lockaby.
Some fun memories: 
- I asked for a keyboard one Christmas so I could learn to play (like Taylor of course) and with Danielle Barthen's help, learned the opening part to "Yearbook" (which I have since forgotten how to play ::cries::).
- I had at least 20 Hanson t-shirts and still have most of them thanks to my Mom's great packing and memory keeping skills.
- One day at Richards Middle school they announced they were giving away the Got Milk? Hanson poster from the cafeteria and I ran to get it...so silly
- I used to make my Dad buy me "import" singles and cd's from Camelot at Gwinnett Place Mall
- Danielle and I used to fall asleep listening to them over and over and over and over....need more elaboration?
- I met another Hanson fanatic during a chorus competition and actually sat with her at the concert (creepy...lol)
- It was because of Hanson that I became friends with Danielle and Dannielle Mclane in 7th grade - lucky for us we all liked a different Hanson
- My Nana was sweet enough to record them on VHS if they were on late night TV shows :)
- Back in the days of AOL, I even had a Hanson Newsletter and believe it or not, had subscribers lol
- My mom took Danielle, Azra and I to see Hanson in 2000 at the Tabernacle.
- Dannielle and I went to see them in 2004, again at the Tabernacle.
Oh there are so many more....but these are enough for now!
So in honor of the good ole' days, and my first Hanson concert I thought I would post some retro pictures :)  
And for those who may be curious, this is what they look like in more recent years
I'd also like to mention that even though I liked and listened to N'SYNC and BSB - Hanson was totally better because they wrote their own tunes and played instruments!!

Jul 2, 2012

Excuse me

Sorry Tinker Bell, didn't mean to intrude on your spa experience this morning!