Friday, July 25, 2014

Pablo's Interpretation

OMG my Dad went off on capitalism and Pablo has really taken his message to heart. Check out what he did to his little blue cooler. This is pure greatness!


It's kind of funny, my Dad makes really good points and I'm really surprised that I didn't learn any of this in school. Though he may be a bit eccentric, he really made me feel the importance of our nation's independence. I've never really celebrated the fourth like that. The fireworks meant a lot more to me knowing that the first free Americans celebrated the same way. It was really nice to hear my Dad and Pablo sing the star spangled banner. "The rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air" has a whole new meaning to me now. For those of you who might be interested, Pablo wanted me to put this up. This is his contribution to capitalism. Oh and if you get a chance, listen to the Arctic Monkey's AM. It's like the best album ever! Go 'Murica! xoxo Audrey

Pablo: In his own words.

Hola. So nice to see you all. I really like H.R.'s post about capitalism, so I'm going to contribute this post to his wise counsel. I am getting to work selling fish tacos cause we really need the monies. I want to buy more twilight books so I can finish them all, so if you see me on the side of the road and want to buy some really good fish tacos, please stop. If you tell me you read this, I will give you two for one. Thank you and bless you. 

Monday, July 21, 2014

Capitalism


I aint no expert on this, but for those of you who keep baggin on capitalism, let me ask you this... Do any of you have something or want something? Yeah, we all do! Some of us want big flashy cars, nice suits, fancy houses, and big boats. Don't even get me started on what women want. From nice hair, beautiful dresses, to fake boobs, womens want it all! Well, here's a question for ya'll, do any of you commi S.O.B's see any of those things in former communist countries? Better yet, do you see them in dictatorships or present communist countries? The answer is... hell no you don't! You know why? Cause socialism breeds the largest batch of losers ever! Look at any commi nation. They sit on a pile of resources and boast about their labor party. Trouble is, commis and socialists value loss. They build empires on the apparent losses of perfectly functioning capitalist societies. Everything has loss on this planet, but communist socialist pigs are the only ones who cry about limited resources and try to exploit well functioning societies. Socialists don't invent anything. They don't create anything. They build lame buildings, do a craptacular job of making mass transportation, and do their best to jack up everything possible. It shouldn't even be called socialism or communism, it should be called fu#$ing sh@# up -ism. I mean commi's can't even get the basics right... like farming, and ranching. That's why they starve their people. Ya'll know them commis when you see 'em. They cry about saving resources and boo who about the dying planet. They also try and guilt the wealthy into carryin their load. Man, I covered so much of this earth, let me be the first to tell ya'll, there is an abundance of resources in this great nation of ours and resources only exist to tap into and create profit. The whole point of this life is to profit and progress. Not to gripe and complain about other people's success. I'm so tired of getting asked what I think about the distribution of wealth. How about this, get off your lazy butt and getta work! That's what I think about capitalism!!!

Monday, July 14, 2014

Competition... in my own words.


We live in a world of competition. Take the world cup for example, would the game be as exciting if one team ran the ball down the grass and kicked it in the goal without any resistance at all? Aint no way! No soccer fan in the world would watch a team drive goal after goal without any resistance. No one would even play on that team. Guaranteed success would be an absolute bore. It would be a failure. Thus, we have two teams that compete to W-I-N! Even better, we have multiple teams competing for a cup. Though, truthfully, I think they compete for something more. I think they compete for the glory of winning. In fact, I think all humans want to be winners in one form or another. Competition brings the winners out in us. So the next time you're watching an anti bullying campaign, remember this: the bully is actually doing you a favor. Without the bully, your life would be boring. You would be the lone soccer player on the field scoring goal after goal and no one would find your life interestin or entertainin. At best, your Mom would be the only one in the bleachers. I encourage all you young folks out there to learn how to conquer your bully. Search for their weakness. Learn how to take em down. Don't fall victim to this anti bullying campaign. Truth is, life is about overcoming. It has nothing to do with ballin up like a coward and quittin. It sure aint about guaranteed success. Things would get pretty dang boring with a world of cowards.


I'm trying to embody courage as I write about Prince. I see that readers are not content to see one character evolve without serious struggles and challenges. The best way to show a character's metal, is to wrap all those challenges up into a worthy adversary and let them fight it out. The problem is, in my world, I implement healthy doses of reality. To be honest with ya'll, I don't know if Prince wins. Maybe Leon has it in him to be a better hero than Prince. So as I go down this journey, I hope ya'll bare with me as I find out who the last man standing is.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Money Dance!

What an amazing week. Hope ya'll had a great 4th of July. Murica lost the #worldcup, but who gives a crap? I guess Pablo does. He was doing his, "shots fired" dance and bragging about how Brazil was going to beat Germany. Personally, I don't really care, but since Pablo was so gungho, I went ahead and rooted for Germany. This is Pablo doing his dance when Brazil scored.


Course that smirk got wiped off his face when Germany scored twice. Holy crap, when "Side Show Bob" David Luiz started crying, it got even better. Can't believe they went on without Neymar. That was a bad idea! Anywho, ya'll know how it ends. Germany wins by seven and I gotta be honest, with each score, Pablo sounded more and more like a howling werewolf. I think he's been reading too much Twilight. Gave me a pretty good idea though. All he needed was a pair of yellow eyes and he would have been perfectly placed in my book. On that note, I think I'll be implementing him. Almost done with the book. I keep gettin told it aint gonna go nowhere by important people Nerd Chick puts me in touch with. No biggy though. It aint goin nowhere in my head so why not get it on paper? If no one likes it at least I can toss it in the lake and get it somewhere the water sparkles. That's better than sparkling flickers of hope in my brain. Funny thing that emotion called hope. I aint even gonna touch on that. Hope ya'll have a good one.

Friday, July 4, 2014

'Murica


My Dad keeps talking about the fourth of July, but when he says, "America," he has a really bad accent. It's so funny, it comes out, "'Murica." That's like a combination of MER-lin, and I-ca. 'Merica! I've compiled a list of the best things he's said below.

1) "Today is everybody in 'Murica's birthday!"
2) "'Murica won her ind-i-pendance today."
3) "'Murica: freest place in 'Murica!"

I could go on, but I'll spare you. Did I mention that I spend a ton of time outside? I'm sweating so much because it is so insanely hot. It's a good thing we're by the lake all day. I'm getting quite the tan! I wonder if anyone will recognize me when I get back home? Just wanted to wish everyone a happy 4th of July! Especially my Mom. Miss you Mom! I'll see you when school starts.


I'm not really sure what else to write. Oh, I'm going to see The Fault in Our Stars. Utah has the cutest, tiniest little towns. There's a town called Heber not far from Deer lake. They have an antique theater there and it's so cute! Most of my friends have already seen TFiOS, but I haven't been near civilization in like, forever, so I'll be seeing it later today. I read the book and loved it! It was so sad. My favorite part is when they kiss for the first time. I seriously cried for days after reading it. I can't wait to see the movie! Guess I'll be posting something next week! Have a good weekend.
xoxo audge

Monday, June 30, 2014

Harry Potter?!?

Hey ya'll,

   Kind of an uneventful week. Me, Pablo, and Audrey went to a magical water fall called, "Bridal Veil Falls." Didn't look much like a bride's veil though. Just looked like water falling a long ways down the mountain. You can see for yourself.



Friday, June 20, 2014

WORLD CUP Baby!

Oh my gosh! I am loving the World Cup! Can you guys believe USA won? We did it! Can't wait till the next game. So, Pablo is a huge soccer fan. He does the funniest stuff! Check him out.


I love hanging with him. He and I have become fast friends. This week I was reading him a bit of John Green's "The Fault In Our Stars." Can't wait to see that movie. All my friends are saying it's super sad. I think he liked it. Who knows? All he reads is "Twilight." I keep trying to get him to read "New Moon," but he thinks its a different story. I'm going to have to get him a copy or else he's going to tell me, "No, No, No... Is Twilight I like."  Hope you all are having a good summer!
--Audrey

Monday, June 16, 2014

Soccer sucks!

Hey ya'll,


       Just a quick update, my buddy Moonshine bolted. Dude's gone! I can't hardly stand talking about his disappearance... so I won't! Anywho, I got a pretty funny story to tell ya'll. I was in a park the other day, minding my own bees wax when a bunch of dudes was playing soccer. Pablo started talking to these boys about #WorldCup.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Traveling with my boys ;-)


Hey everybody! How's it going? I know I've been MIA from the blog lately and that's because I was way busy finishing up the school year. That's right - even being out here with these crazy guys, I still had to do school stuff. My mom agreed to let me do this online program this year which ended up working out really well, but I miss being in school with my friends everyday :-(

Monday, June 9, 2014

Ms. M AKA Auntie

Hey ya'll. Hope your summer is going well. We have been traveling up a highway towards a lake called, "Deer Creek." Not sure why they call it deer creek. It's actually a lake. If you don't believe me, check out the link below. We found a couple of really cool spots along the way. I find myself in constant argument with Audrey. She wants nothing but to go where people are. I keep trying to tell her we don't mix well with folks, but she won't listen. Last time Moonshine went into a gas station, the clerk threw her hands up and shouted, "TAKE THE CASH! DON'T HURT ME!" Since then we have made it a point to leave him outside with our gear. Anywho, Audrey has been at me quite a bit, and I wouldn't even consider caving, except Moonshine took her side. Since he aint been speaking much, I figured I ought to listen.