Monday, March 14, 2005


Morro Bay--overcast but beautiful Posted by Hello

9 comments:

Jenna said...

Awww... you guys are so cute. :o D

Kristen said...

Thanks, Jenna. You're sweet.

Btw, I was glad to see on your blog that Curly Girl was informative for you! :) I gleaned some good stuff from it, too. Anyway, sorry for the random segue...

Rachel said...

You Are So Pretty. AND you were in Morro Bay. If I didn't love you I might have to hate you. (don't hate me because I'm beautiful...)

No, I wouldn't. But I reserve the right to turn slightly pale green whenever I look at this picture.

(that's the sandspit right behind you. We walked on the other side of it. Were you in the little park with the pirate ship play area thing when this picture was taken?)

Ruthanne said...

Frame that one! What a neat picture of the two of you that is.

Kristen said...

Thanks, guys.

Rachel, a picture that would be better would be you, me, T and Ryan there, huh? :) Um, I don't remember a play area. We were at the beach where people surf.

Ruthanne said...

Is it just me or does your husband look a tiny bit like Keith Green? He just needs a 'fro and a lamb around his neck. :)

Kristen said...

LOL!!!

We love love LOVE Keith Green. I don't think my husband has ever thought of himself that way--I'll have to mention it to him. :-)

What's your favorite KG song? One of mine is "Unless the Lord Builds the House."

Ruthanne said...

Oh, man, Kristen. That's a toughie...they're all so good! The one that comes to mind first though is The Prodigal Son Suite. Keith sings it with such passion and intensity and the song just tears at my heart!

"I Want to Be More Like Jesus" is a goodie too.

I also like the more lighthearted joy-filled ones like "You Are the One" and "Scripture Medley Song".

Oh, like I said, they're all just so good!

Kristen said...

Oh, the Prodigal Son Suite is a classic, for sure.

I also love "Because of You" and "He'll Take Care of the Rest." :) Man, makes me want to bust out the CD right now!

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