Thursday, March 15, 2012

Let the Madness Begin

It's not just any ordinary Thursday. It's the third Thursday of March where my news feed on both Facebook and Twitter are flooded with March Madness. Are you getting in on the action this year? I've joined two tournament pools (one with the Normans and the other with the Food Lion Van Pool) and can't wait to see the outcome of both.

This Thursday also marks only ONE week away from The Hunger Games movie premiere.  EeeEEeeEeeee!!!! I am beyond excited! The Hollywood premiere happened earlier this week and it just got me amped up for the midnight viewing in order for next week. I've heard many, many, many good things and I don't think I'll be disappointed.

Other than those things going on I've been listening to Dave Barnes' new album, Stories to Tell, all week. Dave doesn't disappoint and the album is as awesome as I imagined it would be. My favorite songs are currently "White Flag" and  "Love Will Be Enough for Us". If you're reading this and wondering who the heck Dave Barnes is, I'll give you a hint. You know him, but you don't. If you're a country music fan, Blake Shelton used his song "God Gave Me You" on his most recent album, Red River Blue. If you're not a fan of country music then you still may have no idea who Dave Barnes is. Just know that he's awesome and on my list of favorite artists. Can't wait for his show on April 29th in Charlotte!!!

Oh, and check out my cutie patootie little nephew. He turned 2 weeks old this week!

Lastly, I leave you with a video. I came home one day to an entire drum set put together in one of our spare bedrooms.  Apollo likes to sing along when Jeremy plays the drums. See below for the video! It's kinda funny...and cute.

P.S. This is Apollo's wimpy/play bark better known as his singing voice.


  1. I don't think he is singing... I think its a crying/whinning bark cuz he can't stand then noise. Jeremy needs to practice more.

  2. hahaahahaha, sairy, i love you. that is all.

  3. Ditto, Sairy!

  4. Just for that, I'm going to practice at the Sanchez house as loudly as possible.