Got Milk?

The Olsen twins have it, so does Venus Williams. At one time Mark McGuire and the Dixie Chicks had their milk too. So why don't I have milk. We have booze like a frat house, but nothing to complement my cereal that I wanted so bad this morning. I suppose there could be worse things, we could be out of wine.


Jimbo Endorses

Philosophy's Razor Sharp
Looking razor sharp isn't nearly as important as being razor sharp. We are bombarded with information regarding the importance of working out in order to keep ourselves looking and feeling our best. Only when we "work in" do things actually begin to work out.
As a side note for all you classy ladies, Jan said she used this on her legs and loved it. I do believe this makes shaving a lot easier and smoother, which is something that I need for this delicate face of mine.


Operation: Get Hot is in effect

My New Year's resolution has begun. Operation: Get Hot will be a hard, and many times not fun times, but I believe it will pay off in the end. The look I am going for is my crush, Josh Wald. I believe he is a skater, but that isn't confirmed. One thing I do know is that he was a Gap model, and he is beautiful. Ok, that was two things, but who's counting.


Here are pictures of Garrett, more will come I can assure you.
The Whole Tarbox family

Gavin + Garrett

Ellerie + Garrett


Working, but not working.

I didn't think that I could get on this at work, but here am I. I am just going to vent for a moment about First National customers. There are many of them that are some of the laziest people I know. They act like it's the end of the world to fill out a simple deposit slip - or even better, half of them don't even know how to.

On January 12, my new nephew was born. Garrett Jonathon was 9 pounds 1 ounce and 21 inches long! I believe he may have been born wearing a football helmet. The little guy has jaundice and has to wear this machine around his stomach that glows bright blue. Hopefully he doesn't have to wear it much longer.

Also, I saw Brokeback Mountain on Saturday. It was very good and I would definately see it again! One funny incident was the two men, or boys, who sat behind us - maybe ironic isn't the correct word for this - but, they sat one seat apart, also known as the homo-space. Why I found this to be funny was they were using the homo-space at the movie about two homos. Or maybe you just would've had to been there.


Don't let the man get you down.

I'm all for reading. What I am not all for is purchasing school books. I went all fall semester without buying any. This semester a class requires ALL three! This broke me and Danelle's run of rioting against the UNO bookstore.

On a much happier note, it's sunny out and 45. All the Midnights and Brownies are out playing. I gave them some rolls from Christmas we had left over. My mom doesn't like when I feed then from out house, but it's funny to watch how fat they can get.

Late night cheese.

So i get home around 12 a.m. I have yet to eat any dinner, and since I'm a growing boy, I need to eat at least three meals a day. I dig through the ice box and stumble upon left-over Hamburger Helper cheesy hashbrowns, although, there was no hamburger in there - only ham. Three things cross my mind at the point: (1) Why did my mom put ham instead of beef in this? (2) Is this the ham from Christman day? and (3) Is it not good to eat a larger meal minutes before you go to bed?


It's good to be back.

After a long hiatus from blogging, I am back. Lord only knows what I've been doing since. But I can tell you one thing, I have been doing many things I would have never thought of doing.

Starting last June I free lance for Philosophy. (www.philosophy.com)
Me: Girl, would you ever think of me working in skin care?
Mollie: No!

At the end of July, as many of you already know, I started as a bank teller at First National Bank.
Me: Girl, would you ever think of me working at a bank as a teller?
Mollie: Hello no!

That is my life in a two-part dialogue from the past few months.

Also, today is my last first day of school. I will (hopefully) graduate in May and grace the working world (maybe) with my presence. Wish me luck.