Pale Blue Moon: January 2006

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Global Warming?

Okay this has been a really dry winter here...no snow, well unless you count the two dandruff like dustings of powder that surrounded the bottoms of trees. Okay so I need someone or something to blame so I guess I'll blame global warming (I was going to blame presidents Bush but I blamed him for the algebra test I failed...) Anyway so yeah global warming has struck New Mexico...along with the flu...everyone around me has been sneezing and coughing till there brains seep slowly out of their nasal passages...or not...but they have been coughing alot and sneezing....and well other things with their bodies I don't want to explain... I haven't got sick yet! Thank somebody I don't care who. I mean my nose has been running but nothing drastic. I just hope I don't get sick...

Cody

Saturday, January 21, 2006

chicken sKratch

Chicken sKratch

Today I had to clean the chicken house... Okay so most people think that chickens sit in their little nests and lay eggs day in and day out...wrong. Chickens are some of the most disgusting birds on the planet. I found out after inhaling five tedius moments of chicken poop dust that it can't be good for the lungs and eventually realized that my dream of someday making a "chicken coop'' incense was anything but worthy. Contintually I shoveled poop into a wheel barrel and pondered upon how chickens, who eat grain grass, digested grass, etc. can produce so much waste... I mean litteraly chicken house cleaning should be an olymic sport... Oh well I got a break tommorrow I'm going skiing with some friends at Sipapu...Thankfully the closest I'll be to a chicken there is in a salad. I can't wait to ski...I haven't been skiing all year because well there wasn't any snow... still no snow here though... Hope all is well with everyone and may the force be with you...PS (honestly I don't know why I wrote that)
Cody

Sunday, January 15, 2006

In Honor of Mr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the best know african american rights activists. He was born in 1929 and died in 1968. During his life he fought against the harsh mistreatment and racism of African American's. Before his death he wrote the famous "I had a dream". This speech was heart felt strong willed account of how he hoped and prayed life would be some day between blacks and whites, equal. So being that tommorrow is the 38 Martin Luther King jr. day it would all be right if we payed our respect and honored Martin Luther King.

Saturday, January 14, 2006

The family in action

Luke taking after dad...





mom cooking and smiling...














either we should check his pulse to make sure
he's still alive or put ice cubes down his shirt...

Hello from me...

Everything here is fine normal a little to normal for my liking but oh well everday can't be a melo-drama... or can it? Just kidding hope everyone is well. Going back to school after a two week holiday isn't easy but it was ok. There was a snow since the last time that I wrote but you can't really consider it a snow more like someone decided to spray talcum powder over the ground in an attempt to take over the world...it's probably Bush's people... tee hee... Well that's about it for today have a happy Martin Luther King Day

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Welcome to the 21st century...

These are some pictures from christmas...
Now we finally have DSL and a digital camera... tee hee
hee hee hee!!!!!!!!!