Sunday, July 15, 2012

June's Misc. Happenings

I have a post of random pics that don't really have a story to them, but they are all fun/funny things that happened in the end of June.

Josh in Mommy's church shoes
Phoebe taking pics at the park while getting free lunch with her grandma Fergy & cousins
Josh & Cami fell asleep holding hands. Even though they are mean to each other during the day, they really just LOVE their twin.
Some of the yummiest cinnamon rolls ever. I have come to really appreciate Fast Sundays since I started Weight Watchers, because it is one of the only times I can justify having a WAY fating dinner.
I just LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Sophie's big teeth-y smile, it is so big & slightly crooked & we absolutely just adore it!

We're Swimming and Smore Makin' Fools

This summer we have tons of day spent in our mini kiddo pool. Phoebe and Cami pretty much live in their swimsuits and that's just the way they like it!
We also have had a bit of fun making smores with the kiddos. We are too lazy to take out our mini fire pit and roast mallows the traditional way so instead we use the grill and the kids still have a blast! They LOVE the smores, but Josh & Phoebe get annoyed at the sticky mess they create. On a side note, you may notice Phoebe is wearing a hoody sweat shirtin the & on that particular day it was 99 degrees outside and she was complaining she was cold. WHAT A FREAKY KID I HAVE!
On a side note: The Fergy crew had family pics a couple weeks ago and they turned out really cute! This years's color was grey and we went and took pics at the UofU institute.


$297 REWARD for the capture of the notorious and highly dangerous Jennifer Lynn Ferguson.
I am sure that was the exact wording for my arrest warrant.

I found out in the middle of June as I was applying for a gun permit that I was denied because of an outstanding warrant for my arrest. I was COMPLETELY socked by this so I immediately called the Sandy City Justice court and found out that I indeed had a $297 warrant out for my arrest. It took some digging but we found out that it was for unpaid tickets that were received by the boy I sold the car to, he had never changed the title over to his name. I had to go plead my case to the court referee who luckily dismissed my warrant and tickets immediately due to the lack of signatures on the ticket and the fact that I could produce a bill of sale dating before the ticket issue date. I did learn one valuable lesson however, ALWAYS remove the license plates off our car when selling it, even in private sales!

You would also be glad to know I have since then finally been issued my concealed weapons permit.