Burgess Family of three...for now

A look into what we ordinarily do...sometimes not that ordinary.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Recently we...

Had our palm tree trimmed.
Went for a Sunday drive to search for snow on the Superstition Mountains.

We got together to see Josue open his mission call to Knoxville, TN. 

Had a girls day at Olive Garden to catch up with sister and mom.

Played with Lina and Noah at the park.

Celebrated Jonathan's birthday and enjoyed their company at our house.
Ran the Two Sisters One Heart 10k...couldn't get this picture to rotate.

And said goodbye to Scooter today. He's off to a better home and family who will give him all the love and attention he deserves and more.

Friday, March 4, 2011

and the results are in...

America voted....okay America didn't really vote...but we did make a final decision....
Clint got his iPhone.

Facebook Parents

Recently my parents both started facebooking.
It started with my mom.
My cousin was patient and ambitous enough to sit my mom down, set up an account for her, and send out her initial wave of friend requests. I was pretty surprised when I got a friend request from her at 10:00pm, I had to do a double take.
I accepted my mom's friend request. No harm there right.

Well then it was just a matter of time before my dad jumped on the bandwagon.
And yes I accepted his friend request as well.
And now he's taken over my Live Feed.
Yup, it's true. He's been accused of being addicted to facebook...he of course claims it is a wrongful accusation.

According to this flowchart I did the right thing by friending them both. However, I might be having friending remorse for accepting my dad's. There is no shortage of videos, quotes, poems, scripture references, talks, facebook gifts, when it comes to the stuff my dad feels inclined to send me. Would it be mean to remove him from my live feed?