It’s been a while

Sorry about that. Jennie and I have been wacky busy with all kinds of school and what not.

I finished one of my classes and I now officially have 6 class meetings left until I have my Masters. It has been a long long time coming.

What else has been going on?

Jennie’s Uppercase Living site now will let you order directly, so that is cool.

WKU’s basketball team continues to let me down. But honestly it isn’t their fault, they can’t help it. They will always be a mid major playing in a tournament that is not going to be won by a mid major.

On a better basketball note, I will be watching Louisville play up in Indy this weekend. Go Cards? Sure why not.

And finally, I bought what you see below. There is nothing I hate worse then mowing. Ugh. I might hate terrorists or Dicky V more…maybe.

Ok, we will try to update the site more often.

Go Ladycats!

We haven’t written much in a while. I don’t think there has been too much exciting stuff going on, so I thought I’d mention something. Last night we went to Diddle Arena to watch the Franklin Simpson Ladycats play in the regional finals. They did a great job against Barren County, winning 55 to 24. It’s neat to see some of these girls because I taught a few of them my first year teaching. Although the game was not very exciting, the news that followed was: Franklin Simpson schools will be closed on Wednesday to allow everyone to go to the game. Woo hoo! The game is at Diddle, and I will be there. Yay day off!

Goodbye Conan!

Conan’s last episode of Late Night with Conan O’Brien is tonight. Ok, well he isn’t going far, but with his new gig on The Tonight Show, I am sure some things will change. Here are a few of my favorite clips of Conan’s.

Triumph and the Star Wars Fans

Picking Apples with Mr. T.

Our American Idol Favorite

Our favorite contestant on American Idol this season is Danny Gokey. He is really good and seems like a nice guy. We really liked his best friend, Jamar, too, but were shocked when they didn’t send him through to be on the show. It was ridiculous! Nevertheless, Danny is still in it, and hopefully when he wins he will have Jamar open for him.
Vote Danny!

He who loves his wife loves himself

This is a shout-out to the best husband in the world!  I had planned on doing some homework for my online math class today while I was off of school.  Then, I was sent a reminder that it was due at 8:00 am this morning.

I stayed up REALLY late last night finishing it up.   Well, this morning, my wonderful hubby got up a little earlier and scanned all 21 pages of my assignment in for me so that I could upload it by 8:00.  He is so great, and he was able to help me with a few problems last night because he is super smart.   I’m so blessed!

Chad really demonstrates the kind of love described in Ephesians 5:8. “Husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself.”

29th Annual B-Day/V-Day Extravaganza

Jennie did an excellent job with my birthday this year. It was pretty darn awesome. It could only have been better if there had been some WWIAFTM on the front yard.

Jennie and I exchanged gifts Saturday morning for Valentine’s day. I got her some glass salad plates and a pink apron that she is going to get embroidered with her initials (I guess in case I try to wear it, she will know it is hers). She got me a game for the DS (I am 29 with the mind of 11 year old) and a Wood Wick candle. After that we went to First Baptist to coach some basketball. The girls got me a cake and $25 gift card to Best Buy, so that was pretty sweet too. They even iced it with a basketball and “Happy Birthday Coach Chad.”

Next, we headed to Nashville. Jennie had a birthday surprise for me, but hadn’t let me in on it yet. We ate lunch at Cheddars, which I think is our new favorite restaurant. At lunch she let me in on the surprise- we were going to a Predators game! I do love me some NHL, so that was pretty exciting. After lunch we went to see a movie, and then over to Dad’s to wait until it was time to head to the game.

We got to the game and we had EXCELLENT seats. It was pretty awesome. I am sure we would have gotten hit in the face a few times with a puck if it hadn’t been for those nets they put above the glass on each end of the rink. Jennie had gotten a Valentine’s day package, which included the two tickets, two food vouchers (small soda and a hot dog), and a Valentine photo that says Hockey Love. It is worth noting that Ted’s a cappella group from SCRUBS sang the national anthem, so that was cool too.

It was Jennie’s first game, and I really think she enjoyed it. I know I had a blast. We were sitting next to this band stage thing, so during the intermissions they would focus on the band, and who was on the jumbotron half the time they were playing songs…yeah this guy. That’s us on the left side of the screen taking the picture. Jennie is in pink, and I’m wearing my hat.

After the game Jennie gave me my B-day gift, which was a label maker and a puzzle. Both of which I really wanted…for some odd reason.

I can’t tell you what a great job Jennie did getting my birthday together. I really appreciate it and I actually thought it was the best birthday I have ever had. Thanks darlin, I love you!

Superbowl Yummies

Here at the Webb home, we celebrate with sweet treats.  The Superbowl was no exception.  Check out these cute Rice Krispy Treat footballs I made for the big game.  They have peanut butter in them and are delicious!  They kind of look like meat, so Chad said to tell people they were sausage balls.  I guess you could make football-shaped sausage balls or mini meat-loafs then pipe mashed potatoes for the laces.  Who knows?  Maybe I will try it sometime.

2 years together

It isn’t exactly our wedding anniversary yet, but today marks the 2 year anniversary of our first date. It seems like yesterday, yet so much has changed since then. I have gotten to know Chad more and more over these past 2 years, and I love him more today than ever. Happy anniversary, Chad! I love you!