Monday, June 28, 2010
Friday, February 12, 2010
Tuesday, February 09, 2010
Ultimate. U.F. Whatever you wanna call it. It's fun. And dangerous. Especially when a frisbee is thrown at 70 miles per hour and you block it with your mouth. Yes, it is not a myth; that does actually hurt. Trust me, I know.
It also is painful when a towering giant falls on top of you, barely missing destroying your stomach with it's knee on it's way down. Or when you get stuck linked to someones are and are dragged around...You get the picture.
It's fun, though, to stand be allowed to get in someones way without being yelled at. Scratch that. Being allowed to get in someone's way. Period. Sometimes you still get yelled at. =)
We have been playing ultimate for about 3 monthes now. It's been a lot of fun, and we have gotten a lot better since we began! Here is a video I made...enjoy and tell me what you think!
Posted by Kaity-Jane at 2/09/2010 01:20:00 PM
Friday, December 11, 2009
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Just have your friend drink a cup of hot chocolate at 8:00pm, 2 hours before you go to bed. Then, when she has to go to the restroom in the middle of the night right as your getting warm and sleepy, go with her and run to the restroom that is too far away through the chilling 23 degree night with her and your other friend who felt obligated to go, too. If your extra lucky, she'll have to go again 20 minutes later.
Trust me, I know.
Posted by Kaity-Jane at 12/09/2009 02:31:00 PM
Sunday, December 06, 2009
Is probably "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers".
I watched it with my friends after church today. It was great. There was some great songs in it, too. Some of my friends seemed to really like those songs. I have a video to share later...
I have some new favorite songs, too. Like "Goin' Courting", "Sobbin Woman". We were singing and dancing like lunatics to the "Goin' Courting" and "Sobbin Woman" Then we listened to "That's The Gal For Me", one of my favorites. We were singing it. Then we stopped and thought about the song.
The first line is
"Oh bless her beautiful hide, wherever it may be."
That's really interesting.
Posted by Kaity-Jane at 12/06/2009 04:18:00 PM
I was chatting with a friend the other day when it was mentioned that I was sensitive.(It wasn't a offense, I brought it up)
"I'm not really that sensitive, ok I guess I am. I'm working on it though, and I'm working on befriending those I'm annoyed(put annoyed, meant peeps that make me feel upset) by. It's on my list. I always have somthing to work on.", I replyed.
"wow...your really open, especcially on your blog" Was the persons reply.
I'm open, too.
"I believe in making it clear that I am not any better than you or anybodys else. Why should I hide(as in to pretend to be something I'm not)?
Besides, the Bible says to admit your imperfections and try to fix them." I returned.
"that's not exactly what I'm talking about, but yeah..."
So I learned at that time that I'm sensitive and open. And a lot older than I look. I've also learned that I'm crazy, and goofy.
Yeah, my sensitiveness is a fault...one that I am working very hard on. In fact, I've now befriended a couple people I used to be too sensitive towards. I'm near reaching my goal. Usually it's in volleyball or some other sport when I remind someone of a rule or something that might help them hit it better or something and I get the "whatever, I'll do what I want" look or I get ignored. It drives me mad. But, I recognized how I was reacting recently and realized that getting upset about it wasn't the right course of action. After a couple good readings in Proverbs and a good deal of prayer for patience and wisdom, I started giving out instructions less, for who am I to correct?, and started trying to encourage more. And when I do correct, I try not to get frustrated when I don't get the reaction I want. Ok, they do what they want. Their consequences are their own. I've automatically got the bossy gene since I have 6 brothers, and I have the tendance to be too bossy. So, still a lesson in progress; critisize less, encourage more.
Then there's the whole "open" thing. Yeah, I think writing out my thoughts and faults helps me realize what I need to work on. It comes to me pretty easy, and I find that a blessing.
I'm goofy? I object most strongly.
I'm crazy? Now that is a well known fact.
Wednesday, December 02, 2009
Well, one upon a long time ago my dearest litte puppy had a blog called "Our Blessed Puppy". Sadly, we had to take down that blog due to the fact the Moses, as he was known as then, was too young to have his own blog. Now, Jack, as he is known as now, is old enough to have his blog back. But, since his personality has changed so much over the years, we had to remake his blog. You may keep up with my Jack Russell Terrier by reading his blog, here. And he's a little doubtful about this here "Bloggy Thingie", I'm sure he would love it if you gave him enthusiasim boost and leave a comment. Be sure to check back, because Jackie always leaves a thank you note...and perhaps some more than that...
Posted by Kaity-Jane at 12/02/2009 10:50:00 AM