I started this blog just a few short months ago, and now I've reached post #100! Amazing - I was convinced that I wouldn't stick with it and would drop off the bloggy radar after a few posts - but apparently it's become quite the habit for me. Primarily it's been my journal to record the funny, sweet, and often ridiculous happenings of the Frogster household; however, it's also been a way to "meet" many new friends, connect with old friends, and be a successful part in opening my Etsy shop.
Thank you faithful readers for visiting often and encouraging me in this venture. For my hundredth post, I thought I would share a few photos from the past. Perhaps for those of you that don't know me that well, they will reveal a little more reason why I am so (crazy) um...interesting...
Here you see me with my neighborhood friends in the ghetto. I am the tall one with the gargantuan glasses and smile. I was probably about 8 or 9 in this photo: my little sister and brother are standing to my left. Does anyone else see the resemblance between Matt ( my little brother) and my youngest, Michael? (check my sidebar for a current pic of the Mikester)
My sister and I love to be normal, in the background, and certainly not the center of attention. That is definitely evident in this photo. No, I am not a teenager in this picture, but obviously at the ripe age of 23 I still acted like one. Not much has changed. . .
Ah, my single days! My teacher friends and I found lots of excuses to have parties, and at this particular birthday bash, I insisted that everyone wear tiaras. We didn't take pictures of the party poopers who refused to do so. This was my "white-teeth, perfectly-tweezed-eyebrows, never-wore-glasses, bleach-blonde" phase. (Need I add that this was all "before children"?!)
And the honeymoon - here's my man and I at Sea World, one of our many stops on our cross-country road trip honeymoon. This seems like forever ago! Chris told me one of the reasons he married me was because I made his life a lot more exciting. Within weeks of this photo, the movers were a month late delivering all my things (and had lost a couple of bookcases) and I had gotten a severe case of mono. He said he wanted exciting!
Anyway, there's just a smidge of my random life. Because it is my hundredth post, I want to do something a little special for my readers. Here's how it's going to go down:
1) Please leave a comment for me under this post. Be creative and entertaining - the more I like reading it, the better chances you have at winning!
2) You can leave up to three comments on this post.
3) The contest will close after I have received one hundred comments on this post - so you'd better spread the word 'cuz I'm not that popular folks!
4) I will choose THREE commenters that make me laugh, smile, grin, and otherwise be immensely entertained the most to receive a small customized goodie package in the mail. Lets' just say there will be some things that taste good, some that look good, and some that smell good!
Okay, so don't fail me here and get commenting!