this, that and the other

That's basically what has kept me away for a while... I'd get into more details, but what it boils down to is lots of boring every-day stuff, plus my new iPhone 4s.

{Me + Siri = TLA}

Let me try and catch up on the past several weeks through a few pictures:

Tyler earned his varsity letter on the golf team this year; banquet was a few weeks ago. He missed going to regionals and state by a hair (actually, by about two strokes!)... but to letter as a freshman is pretty awesome. Great job, Ty, we're proud of you!

More than ever, Dingo wants to go for rides in the car. None of us can leave the house anymore without him thinking he's hittin' the road, too... so when we can, we take him along. (See how happy he is? Seriously, how can you resist a face like that?)

I'm not the only one who has a crush on Siri... Dave finally made the leap from his BlackBerry to iP4s, so now he's a member of the Apple cult as well. Tyler got one, too... but that's another story, one that deserves a post all by itself here pretty soon.

Now that golf is over and Weather has decided to head into the crapper for the next six months (welcome to winter in Utah), Ty needed something to keep him occupied... so he's lifting weights. These days he spends a good portion of the evening in the basement pumping iron... truth be told, I think he spends a lot more time finding songs on the radio than he does lifting weights, but that's just me.

"Hey, are you going somewhere? Can I come?"
Going to U of U football games is our big family activity. This is the Utes' first year in the PAC12 conference, so the season has been a little sketchy... but the games are still lots of fun. Halloween weekend was the "blackout" game, where everyone dresses in black. Would ya get a load of these thugs? Good thing I was wearing neutral gang colors...
Halloween! I think we had just under 12,000 trick-or-treaters come to our house, which was AWESOME... nothing like pumping Spiderman, Mario and Lady Gaga (yep, she totally showed up on my doorstep) full of sugar and sending them home to their parents.
"You're driving four blocks to get gas? Sounds AWESOME! I'm ready."
Ok, ok, Dingo... let's go.

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