Snoiga Dagar!

Idag fick vi sno - mest glad blev Kaya!  Vi spenderade eftermiddagen i snon!

Happy Anniversary!

6 Years Ago -
I Married My Best Friend,
My Dream Come True,
My Everything!


En liten summering av vad jag haft for mig 2013:
Christmas Exchange with the Girls
Lia Sophia Open House
Good Movies:
Joined the Gym:
Planning my 30th Birthday Party in Vegas/Milwaukee:
Invited to Mexico in July:
Kaya - Winter Wonderland:




Mer hjalp!

Tack for hjalpen alla som har hjalpt och gatt in pa Jamison's facebook och "liked/gillat" hans sida. Han har anlitat mig till sin PR person och vart mal ar att han ska na 200 "likes".

SO... jag ber mina facebook vanner for ytterligare en enkel tjanst.

1. Ga in och gilla hans sida:

2. Kopiera denna lank (eller ga till min facebook dar du kan hitta lanken) och lagg in den pa er egen sida!!

200 likes. Vi har drygt bara 120 likes kvar!!!

Tusen tack for er hjalp!


Jag forsoker hjalpa Ryans bror Jamison att launcha hans forsta bok och jag behover er hjalp! Klicka pa linken nedan, ga in och "gilla" (like) hans sida!! TUSEN TACK! Hans mal ar att fa 200 likes sa ni far jattegarna sprida order och fa era vanner att ga och gilla! Han tycker det ar coolt om han kan fa en svensk fan base. Det vore verkligen TOPPEN om ni kunde kopiera linken fran min facebook sida och lagga ut den pa er sida!!

The facts are these.

Jamison was born and raised in Wisconsin. His earliest inclination to become a writer lies somewhere between reading Wilson Rawls’ “Where the Red Fern Grows” and Tolkien’s “The Hobbit.” He’s worked as a janitor, a painter, a tour guide, a deliveryman, a gymnastics coach, a Peace Corps Volunteer, and a copy editor. Several years were spent teaching and traveling across Asia. Another handful of years living in Alaska in a cabin with no indoor plumbing. Here he earned a master’s degree in writing and the farthest-north record in Ms. Pacman. Jamison now lives in New Mexico and edits reports concerning the disposal of spent plutonium.

What happened next was this.

Twenty years ago, a scientist fell through a sinkhole where radioactive waste was buried. This scientist saw hundreds of jars dusted with an unknown white powder before being pulled to safety. It was a well-documented incident, but when excavation began last year, all of these jars had mysteriously disappeared. Jamison’s realization was startling. This is the closest he’d come to plot development in his professional life.

So he got his act together.

His first novel, “Downing of the Wild,” chronicles a young flying squirrel’s journey to reawaken the wildness and imagination in his forest. Bloodthirsty crows, vengeful princes, and a falcon conspiracy that might bring about the destruction of the woodlands, “Downing of the Wild” represents a return to the books that made Jamison want to be a writer in the first place.

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