Sunday, July 31, 2005

July 31, 2005

I finally got around to downloading this weeks iTunes Free Downloads of the week (for the week of July 26, 2005 to August 1, 2005)... And this is the selections for this week (I kid you not)...

1 - Annie
2 - Ryan Farish

It's almost like I am living in freakin' The Twilight Zone. If you do not believe me, check out the screen shot I took of the iTunes Music Store (bottom right corner)...

For anyone who doesn't know me, my sister's name is Annie. If you don't know who I am, well, check out who the iPod belongs to...

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

July 27, 2005

I wrote an e-mail (on the 8th of July) to Penny Christensen of the Chamber of Commerce in Preston, Idaho and asked:

"I was wondering if the city of Preston is planning to hold another “Napoleon Dynamite Festival” next year. I have a few friends who missed this year’s [2005] festival, and would like to come up to see it next year if it does happen again."

I finally received her e-mail back yesterday, and it said:

"As of right now the answer is Heck Yessssss!"

SWEET!!! Idaho, here I come... Again!

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Pioneer Day 2005

Went out Sunday evening, near the Saltair, to light fireworks along the beaches that have dried up now along the Great Salt Lake... Had fun until we found out the fireworks that Tristyn bought up in Idaho, at the fireworks stands next to the Fort Hall Casino, were duds!--


Saturday, July 16, 2005

Ute Stampede 2005

Tristyn called Apple yesterday and helped get my iPod back up and running... YAY!!!

I finally left around 2:30PM yesterday to drive down to Nephi for the Ute Stampede, but I did not make it in time to see any of the car show. My father took 2nd in his class and the Peoples Choice Award (not related to the award show). My uncle David took first in his class with his car! Rock on!

Then after visiting with my family for a few hours, Tristyn and I left to go see what was going on over at the City of Fun Carnival near the Fairgrounds. I guess I have grown up too much to enjoy it anymore. I guess that the only way I could enjoy it once again is to see the excitement in the eyes of my kids (if I ever have any one day...), like the way I once enjoyed it when I was younger.