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I feel pretty...oh so pretty...

I have gotten a bit side-tracked lately with my daughter just moving in. We've been doing things here and there. It's fun having her back around me. :) Did I say that she is in photography? Well, Sunshine has been working on her photography for awhile now and so the other day she took some photos of me.

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Added by Niki Blurton on August 16, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments

Hello..huh...wha..

I'm not a perky riser in the morning. I know, some people have the capability to jump out of bed feeling refreshed and ready to go. Not me. I need coffee, and time, and coffee. I just can't seem to feel like my brain functions without drinking at least 3/4 of my mug of coffee.

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Added by Niki Blurton on August 6, 2011 at 2:54pm — No Comments

Oh What A Night

We sat down last night to watch the movie "The Green Hornet". I wasn't too sure of this movie and hadn't really seen any previews or advertising for it. That to me is usually a red flag. If they don't promote it much, chances are it's not that good of a movie. Having Netflix, we opted to give it a try and added it to our queue. Was that a wise decision? Hmmmm.



About half way into the movie, our attention was caught by flashing lights coming from outside. We couldn't see exactly what it… Continue

Added by Niki Blurton on August 4, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

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