#TBT macbook timez

posted on: Thursday, November 29, 2012

Remember when taking pics on macs was the thing?
I do.
I have many sequences of pictures stored on my computers of comic stip pics, many sepia
and too many distorted pics to even count. 
I found some gems too good not to share...
119_513217088614_9633_n4-up on 2010-06-22 at 12.44 #13 Photo on 2011-07-25 at 12.23

The first pic I look like roz. straight from monsters incorporated.
The second from my 23 birthday, the video I made that day is 23x more embarrasing
The Third is from my nerve sheath tumor/cancer arm. I was so high when I took this picture,
I am impressed I even knew the buttons to push to take the pic. skillz.


posted on: Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The fantastic palmer family {amber's family}
invited us to their family's tradition of meeting together and eating pie & chatting.
It was a FAB night, and we are officially adding it to our traditions.
We loved this tasty 'pie' Sheree made with raspberry jam,
 cream cheese and graham cracker crust. It was Incredibly good and I had two servings!
We loved played with all the kids and amber took some FANTASTIC photos.
I love me some amber! Here are some pics from the fab night.
Traditions are incredible, and I am excited to add this one to the list.






high school beauty tips #sorrynotsorry

posted on: Wednesday, November 14, 2012

I hate backdoor brags, so I am going to come right out and say--
I was the "pretty perfect girl" in jr. high and high school. People constantly asked me what my tips were, but because of my many photoshoots/movie gigs I could never get the time
to compile a list of tips. Now that my hand modeling career has come to a bit of a lull,
I thought it was time to share with you 'less fortunate' people out there.*
{* = most of my tips apply to men as well}

1. Hair. This is one of the first things a boy notices about a girl {visa versa} and I have FAIL PROOF suggestions that will help you inch your way into your crush's heart.

Slick back hair: 8th grade, 10th grade, Senior Year- The Slick back is priceless, worked for me throughout high school & can work for you too! I slicked it back so beautifully with vaseline {cringe} and gel. Let me say that again- vaseline. By 10th grade I realized I should just stick with gel.

If the Slick back is too chic for your taste, you can go with the crowd favorite- shirley temple curls.
Its achieved with simply putting in sponge curlers, sleeping on their uncomfortable selves, and pull them out in the morning--hopefully your hair can turn out as cute as mine.

2. Makeup- Don't wear it. Unless its pink eyeshadow. Or glitter nail polish, put it on your eyes and develop a terrible rash. {no picture found, unfortunately}

3. Wear really cute clothes and keep them for 10 years.

4. Dress up often & let all the boys at school see them. It's preferrable if you take your already frizzy hair and make it bigger. Also wear your brother's clothing.

You may have guessed that I was slightly exaggerating in the first paragraph, though I was wildly acclaimed at my high school {by my mom} and I was very popular {with my dog piper} I was not all the "rage" with every boy in school- I did have success later in college with the male species and miraculously  obviously got married to a real hottie. I do suggest to follow the patterns as mentioned earlier, if you want to experience male social-awkwardness, an amazing group of girlfriends a little highschooler could ask for, a 'developed personality', and a great set of memories.



Places: Rexburg Temple

posted on: Tuesday, November 6, 2012

We had a beautiful day
filled with a lot of serious talks about the future, jobs, life- it was quite refreshing.
We attended the temple, which is a place of sacred worship for our
church, it is beautiful! To learn more click here.
We love the temple as much as food- so that proves alot of love.

outfit deets: sweater: Donna Karan NY, shirt: Zara, skirt: I made it!,  shoes: Ann Taylor

Thanks to my new fave blogger I got nominated for an award- she is so sweet!
Nikki has got style and beautiful hair... check her out here.
I love having new blogger friends, so if you people are looking for someone to
become besties with online, you can send an application to my email.
jussssssst kidding. but seriously. 
She asked me to answer some questions, so here goes!

What is your favorite thing to do? 
I love sewing & hanging out with Aaron {the cute boy in the bow tie} 
We have a hard time even parting for work/class, we kinda like each other.

What is your favorite quote? 
"It is not possible for you to sink lower than the infinite light of Christ's atonement." J.R. Holland

Who is your favorite singer? 
Missy Higgins & Rosi Golan

Jennie Moss

I am lucky to be married to my best friend, he is so cute!

Love: Date Nights & Awkward me

posted on: Friday, November 2, 2012

Oufit deets: shoes: banana republic, shirt: h/m, jacket: Guess,  pants: Zara, headpiece: Jennie Moss

We had a successful $8 date, and got to relax the first time this week {midterms almost killed me}.
We laughed alot, and have been plotting our exciting plans to visit our loganites!
After coming home for a while, we decided to get a couple things at the grocery store-
so we left and were out on a mission to get some yummy groceries.
While we were checking out, I noticed the check out guy had glasses like aaron has.
I said "dude, your glasses are JUST LIKE his!!" then I motioned to aaron,
 but then I realized aaron wasn't wearing his glasses.
 So I tried to explain that I actually wasn't insane- and said
 "oh hahahah! he left his other glasses at home! 
he is wearing his invisible glasses today!!" 
Then I laughed-because I just made a CLEARLY hilarious joke.
 Both aaron and the checkout dude just stared at me- very blankly and confused.
I tried to go back to my initial statement- I blurted "Aaron's glasses are less as thick--"
then the really awkward comment
"his sides of his glasses, aren;t as cool- you know the sides-what are they called? the legs??"
Aaron was now pulling me away from the conversation by my arm as I kept saying,
"you know-the sides, haha I called them the legs, ha! .... the sides."

Aaron successfully pulled me away as I tried to explain why I what I said was funny.
If you have to explain it isn;t that funny.
We walked toward the car and all aaron said was, "the legs?"

Moral of the story: Don't let me make conversation with strangers. Its too Dangerous.

Jennie the awkvenger

Domestic #FAIL

posted on: Thursday, November 1, 2012

The Bread Story:
Well folks, its happening.
I am officially a housewife. I have been baking alot.
We have had some wins in the moss house-from enchiladas to cookies
we have been hitting home runs with cooking lately.
I decided it was time to see what my bread making skill were like.
Hmmm. The problem with my cooking is, I cook as if I were a talented and experienced
chef. I put as many of each ingredient I think is best, and don't bother all the time
with things such a "measuring cups." Thats for the sissys, right?
Well turns out, when baking bread, you might wanna follow a recipe...
otherwise, when you cut open the loaf-its not quite.........cooked. 
Apparently I should invest in some patience and try to cook like the normal people-
if/when I want to get results that aren't optimal-
like a mushymushy center and a super hard outside crust.

Please do not follow my example.
Lesson learned- always buy your bread. always.


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