Monday, March 30, 2009


Sometimes I have moments of feeling completely overwhelmed with how in LOVE I am. I am so lucky.
"Love and kindness are never wasted. They always make a difference. They bless the one who receives them, and they bless you, the giver.

Monday, March 23, 2009

statues are neat

Dear Capitol Building, Thanks for the good time.

Look's lawn gnomes, on a birthday cake. One of which had too much too drink. (This is what happens when Allen decorates his cake) :)

I love him.

Looking up at dome.

Just chillaxin with his lady friend.

I picked her nose...and got laughed at by some passerbys.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009


So I'm in a slump. It's spring break and I have the daytime free and I'm working til close tonight-thursday. I can't help but feel the lack of fun and excitement in my life wearing down on me. All I do is school and work, and now I have a week without school and I have no idea what to do with myself. Everyones going to McNellies for St Patty's day tonight...but I will be at work :(

Friday, March 13, 2009

backyard dirtbiking

Today was the day all my stress and emotions and sleep deprivation caught up with me. It's been a day of not good spirits and bad news. So I'm rumaging around the house distracting myself cleaning and you know what I see....

I look out the back window and I see someone on a dirtbike riding around their backyard. Then, I see another kid on a john deere lawn mower...with a camera...totally not watching where he's going while filming this other kid on his dirtbike, going over some tiny dirt mound with a little "jump."

My names Jenny Johnson and I live in Oklahoma.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

a tribute to my grandpa

This is how I will remember my grandpa. This picture was taken a couple of years ago. It's funny how your mind tries to flood with a bunch of memories after someone passes away. Maybe it's the minds way of trying to hold onto everything you remember about them so that you don't forget who they were and what they were all about.

So this is a tribute to my grandpa. He was by far the most unselfish person I've met. I'm pretty sure everything he did was about taking care of my his family. He was one of those people who had such a focus on what really mattered. Someone who truly knew God. And I feel complete peace knowing that him and my grandma are now reunited. And my thoughts go out to my dad, he tells stories all the time about my grandpa and bent overbackward for him til the very end. I know this is a hard time for him. I just can't even imagine.

So sorry for the heavy post, but I had to remember one last time just how great my grandpa really was. He'll be missed. What a sweet old man.