Edward Cullen at the Chestnut Cottage before it leaves our house to it's new home.
Wow, here it is the middle of the month and I am just now posting!! It seems like time has been flying by fast. This month I started Phase 2 of P90x (Classic version). I celebrated my 15th year wedding Anniversary on the 9th and I have been so busy with different things with the kids.
The Chestnut House sold Tuesday of this week and while I was emailing the buyer which had bought something from me this past spring, she mentioned that she was trying to forward the pictures of my "Edward Cullen" action figure to her nephew who plays as Jasper Cullen in the movie Twilight............ Yeap, there was a long pause as I read that sentence 2 times to myself then a couple more times aloud and then the screaming (From behind me started). Every girl in my house at the time (now this is early morning mind you) stands behind me urging me to ask her if this was for real or not LOL .
Well, after several more emails she has confirmed it that she is actually Jackson Rathbone Aunt and she loves miniatures. I thought that was the coolest thing to find out. Here is a picture of him playing as Jasper in Twilight:
Here is one of him without the Blond hair and as his natural handsome self:
I am hoping that they release more of the action figures! I want them all and I hear they are releasing the Alice Cullen action figure next so I am hoping they include Jasper because Alice wouldn't be Alice without her Jasper.
Also, yesterday my Dear friend Deb sent me a note to let me know that she had blog award for me to pick up. It's called the Bella Sinclair Award:
The history of this award is:
"It was designed by Ces for her friend Bella. Ces wrote:- I designed this award to celebrate art in the blogs and to honour the value of friendship, sisterhood, sharing and caring. It is to be awarded to the gifted, accomplished, eloquent and talented blogger, whose friendship and influence inspire us to do our best. That I named it after Bella Sinclair is because she epitomises all of these things."
Thank You So much Deb (http://debsminis.blogspot.com/2009/07/thank-you.html ) for your kind words, your friendship & encouragement and help you have given me through the years! She has been having a rough time dealing with her AI issues and also has Graves Disease (as I do) and has managed to live with it and create a positive & creative way of telling others about it and to help those who have it know that we can over come the obstacles we face (it just may take us a little longer LOL ).
Love you Deb!!
Thank you all for taking the time to read my blog today!