Thursday, December 29, 2011

Just Need Patience

I've been done with school since october, and I've had my license since November. Why is it so hard to find a job once you graduate? Everyone only offers minimum wage and next to no hours to start off, just when things are looking good...BOOM... nope, turns out every salon is afraid of people right out of school. Although, this one sounded good and it helps you with progression, but I can't afford minimum wage and hardly any hours. It's kinda getting frustrating. Do I take a chance and take it as a challenge? Or do I keep on searching for someone to give me a full-time stylist position. I don't like having to make these decisions, but I guess it's a trial I need to overcome. Keep your fingers crossed!

Here are some pictures from when I was in beauty school

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Wisdom Teeth Removal

So I had to get my wisdom teeth out, and Cameron thought it would be funny to video tape our drive home. The camera shut off the last half hour of the drive home. So here is a clip we've put together of me getting my wisdom teeth out. :)

Saturday, December 3, 2011


So yesterday we had a guy from Home Depot out to see if there was anything we could do to fix our a/c. If you know anything about our a/c you know that it's been working on and off. So the guy gave us a deal on one and they are installing it today. It wasn't the easiest decision since we are newly weds, but it had to be done. So when I got home I told cameron we should go out to eat because we have date night once a week, and we can't let an a/c get in the way of that. So we decided to go to the Olive Mill but it had poor reviews so cameron picked a mexican restaurant, and didn't tell me what it was. We get to Jim's Burros off of Ocotillo and it's a little shack place but we wanted to try something new. It was a cute little Ma& Pa place and the people we really nice and the food was great and inexpensive. As we were close to finishing up, one of the waitresses comes over to us and says, "You know that couple paid for you right?" We said no  and said we didn't even know them, didn't even say anything to them. They sat diagonally across from us and another waitress came up and said " Ya they said they didn't know you but wanted to pay for your meal. Tell them to do something nice for someone else." It was THE biggest blessing we received. That couple doesn't know what they had just done for us. It wasn't a lot of money, but it was the fact that they were willing to do something for someone that hadn't even met. That was so powerful. I will never forget them, I only hope that I will have the opportunity to see them again to thank them. The Lord puts people into our lives to help us, even if we don't know them. Never judge, cause you never know what's going to come of it.