Friday, March 27, 2009

Rest in Peach Mr Hege

Officer John Hege was shot on Saturday afternoon along with 4 other Officers. 1 survived.
Mr Hege as i called him was a PE Teacher at Tennyson High School where my mom worked before he became an Oakland Police Officer. He also worked at the Oakland Arena and got me and a friend a job there when we were in High School. He was a good hard working man and did alot of volunteer work and tried to help out alot of kids.

After his death he saved 4 people and helped 50 other people with his Organ and Tissue donations. He is a true hero and will not be forgot.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Cry baby

Tomorrows my Birthday and I will cry if I want to.
But Saturday night I will dance.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Spring Time

Its about damn time. Maybe i should shave my legs and pull out my Capri's. Maybe tomorrow.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Knowing it was going to happen, didnt make it any easier.

Joseph, Patricia Ann

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Resident of Castro Valley Born in Alviso, CA; passed away peacefully at home. Preceded in death by husband of 53 years, Robert Joseph. Survived by mother Evelyn Lopez of Fremont, sister Beverly Palmer of Woodstock, Georgia and brother Claire Lopez, Jr. of Dana Point, CA. Children Linda Blackburn of Hayward, Debbie Joseph of Salinas, Roberta Mathews and son-in-law Bob Mathews of Manteca. Grandchildren Sarah, Kimberlee, Robert Jr., Brian Blackburn, and Jamie Briones. Great grandchildren Kilipo and Heaven Leuea. Member of Brotherhood of St. Anthony Council #2 and NDGW Parlor #122 and past Palomares 4-H leader. Patricia was loved by all and will be missed by entire family & many friends. A Memorial Service will be held March 16 at 11:00 AM at Holy Angels Sorensen Chapel, 1140 B St. Hayward. Donations to your favorite charity may be made in lieu of flowers. Holy Angels Sorensen Chapel - FD126 510-581-1234

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

I miss you daddy

I'll be seeing youIn all the old familiar placesThat this heart of mine embraces All day through.

In that small cafe;The park across the way;The children's carousel;The chestnut trees;The wishin' well.

I'll be seeing youIn every lovely summer's day;In every thing that's light and gay.I'll always think of you that way.
I'll find youIn the morning sunAnd when the night is new.I'll be looking at the moon,But I'll be seeing you.

I'll be seeing youIn every lovely summer's day;In every thing that's light and gay.

I'll always think of you that way.I'll find youIn the morning sunAnd when the night is new.I'll be looking at the moon,But I'll be seeing you

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

I think i love you

The first camera that was small and portable enough to be practical for photography was built by John Strognofe in 1685.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Room #206

Grandma is in the hospital. Im leaving work early today to go and visit her. Im scared...Very scared. She is a very strong woman and i dont want to see her sick and weak. But im not going to miss out on any time to spend with her. I know she will be fine and will be around for along time, but we arent promised tomorrow. I have to always live for today.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Ribbons and Buttons

I have jars and jars of diffrent colors, shapes and sizes of ribbons and buttons that are in my scrapbooking supplies. Why is it that i never use them? But keep buying more.
Tonight im going to work on some Valentines day cards and im going to make it my mission to use ribbon or buttons on each card. Lets see what i can come up with.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Paper CupCakes Don't work

I got together with my Cousin last night to work on party favors for our Great-Grandmas 100th birthday party. We planned on making these cute cupcakes made out of paper for everyone to take home. We hit the craft store and got all the supplies needed. Grabbed a quick bite to eat and then started working. We wanted to make 1 out of the ugly paper we didn't like so we could practice. It took us about 30 minutes. We tried over and over again and could not make it look like the design on the instructions. After looking at it for a few minutes we threw that idea out the window, and started to think about something we can make with the supplies we had on hand. Doodles came up with a great idea. We would make flowers out of the scrapbook paper and glue them to lolly pop sticks then add a little magnet to the back and tie a piece of ribbon on them to look like the little leaves and add a tag that has the date and it will say her name and 100th Birthday. We start to fold and cut the paper and realize that it will take forever to make 40 of them that way. So off we go to the craft store again to look for a punch in the shape of a flower. We don't find anything that is big enough, but Doodles remembers that she has a machine at her school that we can use to make flower shapes. We run down to the school (where an AA meeting is going on) and it takes us about 20 minutes to get all of our flower and heart shapes. We jet back to the house and start working on them. The next 45 minutes or so we get everything set up and i start to glue the flowers to the lolly pop sticks while Doodles is cutting ribbon and the tags. We finished one so we could see what it would look like complete. It is so flippin cute. I'm so glad to have a cousin with such great ideas. And the best part was that we had so much fun together.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

How did i lose my glue?

August 30, 2008 I lost my glue. My glue was my dad, the one who keep me together. When he passed suddenly from a heart attack i felt like my whole world crashed down. This is my journey on how i am trying to find my way in this world without him.