Thursday, May 20, 2010


He didn't say yes, but he didn't say no either. Because of a business relationship with another company, he couldn't commit.
(One of the designs I put together.)
But he's going to think about it. Cross your fingers for us--there is hope.


  1. looks great you are learning a lot with HTML. I am sure the academy is in need for some more boy ballerinas...maybe just maybe. My fingers are crossed for you.

    It was not in my parent's budget to pay for piano lessons when we were little... but since my parents raised cattle my mom would trade meat for our piano lessons. That made me feel guilty when I didn't practice so I eventually quit, but Joette never gave up and look at her piano skills now. Thank goodness for those silly cows.

  2. Emily, that looks really great!! I hope he says yes.

    Also, for some reason I thought you were in Utah (I honestly don't know why). But based on the page you made, I'm assuming now that you're in Southeast Idaho. :) Anyway, I think my brother in law has been trying to get a spot in the Pharmacy school your husband attends. I'm guessing there aren't many pharmacy schools in Southeast Idaho. He's currently a nurse at one of the local hospitals, so if you ever meet a Douglass (two S'es at the end!), they're probably my in laws.