Wednesday, October 15, 2008


I love my family. My little sister, Alli, is on Alta's Dance Company so I just had to go to the Homecoming game to see her perform at half-time. Oh the memories. I'm not ashamed to say that I miss parts of high school. Performing was always so exciting. Anyway, it was extremely cold, but dance company did great and Alli looked so good out there. It was fun to be back in the stands at Alta and we were lucky to get this picture of all us Jardine/Bell/Grace kids at the game.
"Alta, Alta what's your cry? V I C T O R Y!"

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Playing Catch Up

Life just keeps on moving and I keep running out of time to blog. So here's me playing catch up on what has happened the past couple weeks.
My good friend Liz does P.R. for Crane Movie Company and has been promoting the movie "Forever Strong" for months now. She got me tickets to the premiere so, I picked up Heidi and we joined in all the festivities that a movie premiere offers. It was really fun and the movie was really good. I highly recommend it to all. In this pic, from left to right, is Heidi, me, Liz and Gary Cole. You might recognize him from other movies, such as the dad in Talledega Nights and he is one of the main characters in this movie. How cool that I have a picture with him!

Next, on September 24, at 12:44 AM, Laura had her second little boy, Beckham. He is adorable and healthy, just like his mom. Rachelle and I were lucky to visit Laura in the hopital and as you can see, she looks great. I hope I can look that good the morning after I have a baby. Love you Laura!And finally, I heard about a promotion for laser hair removal and decided to jump on it. I got a really good deal so I am officially getting laser hair removal under my arms. Whoo! I'm doing it with my sister-in-law and we had our first appointment today. It was way easy and so quick. I would recommend it if you think you can afford it, and if you want to go to the same place I did you can get a deal if I refer you. Anyway, this is Emily and I with our protective eyewear on right before we got our treatments. Yay for no shaving!