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yep [Dec. 1st, 2008|08:01 am]
He's 3 months now.  Goes by the name of Xander.


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(no subject) [Nov. 29th, 2008|09:18 pm]
so it appears that i have a son now...
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(no subject) [Jun. 13th, 2007|12:27 pm]
[I am |chipperCjipelr]

9 days later.

I was set to rant or say something about my wife, something that confused and at time annoyed me.

But for the life of me, I can't remember what it was.

I still do love her so.

We had a Cook Out with some of her old room mates last night.  It was fun, we talked about mormons. 
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(no subject) [Jun. 4th, 2007|12:36 pm]
Almost 20 days later....

My wife has started at Sencon, the very place where I work.

It is quite exciting.

She works up front as a receptionist and I of course work in back in test, well most of the time.

Many computer problems abound regardless.   And I have to make sure everything gets fixed.


The Clouds are intimidating, maybe no short Chicago afternoon excursion.

My friend Andrew Kurovac, got married woot for him!

That is all for nows.
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wiersome [May. 15th, 2007|12:33 pm]

Hello, my name is Mario Lopez, and I'm a negligent Livejournal user.

I'm not sure how it happened, we just sorta you know got busy.

And I didn't take care of Livejournal like I should have.

Soon the regular time we spent with each other just started getting less and less.

After while my picture was outdated, the number of posts a month i'd make could be measured on one hand.

Then Livejournal got despondent. Depressed, I guess.  But I didn't see it, I was too busy taking care of Myspace and Facebook.

Livejournal started leaving angry messages on my voicemail.  It got bad, Profanity lace rants that lasted until the time ran out, and pick up on the next voicemail message.

One night I got a call from Livejournal, I think that Livejournal must of been drunk or high, or something, but Livejournal threatened to leave and do some rather nasty things to itself and my family, then I heard noise coming from the front lawn.  Livejournal was emptying my garbage can all over my lawn, garbage all over the lawn.  And then started throwing what looked like gasoline over the whole thing and itself, all the while threatening to ignite a lighter.  I talked Livejournal down.  Gave it a nice a bath, turns out it wasn't gas, just some water It put into an old gas can.  Livejournal is always so dramatic.  Just wanted some attention...

We really haven't talked much since.  Even the phone calls started going away.

There was this one time we went out for lunch, and things were great.  Just like old times.  Good Ol' times... 

Things went back to what had now become normal, my negligence. 

Months went by.

Then Livejournal one day showed up out of the blue.  Livejournal explained that it really wasn't my fault.  I felt horrible, it was my fault, I tried to explain that to Livejournal.  I was sorry, it was all my fault, I started crying, balling really.  Livejournal told me that it would be okay, that it forgave me.  We had a moment.  Everything calmed down after a bit, and when all the water works ended, Livejournal told me that it remains hopeful that we can patch things up.  We decided to try to make another go at it.  Livejournal then looked at it's watch, it was time for it to go, I asked it to stay, just a while longer, but there were more, "pressing matters," Liverjounal said.  Paraphrasing one of my 'favorite' tired responses I gave to livejournal in the past.  I finally knew how it felt to be the neglected one.

Livejournal called me the next day, and told me that I needed help.

Mine name is Mario Lopez, and I wa... I am a negligent Livejournal User.
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(no subject) [May. 3rd, 2007|12:03 pm]
We've been cleaning around the house like crazy to get it ready for Saturday!

Hawaiian style Graduation style party! woot woot!


Squirrels are nature's own nut gatherers.
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(no subject) [Apr. 30th, 2007|12:23 pm]
need to be less busy

Barley tea is good

Graduation party for the wife saturday woot woot!
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Sushies! [Apr. 23rd, 2007|12:00 pm]
[Current Location |Workzor]
[La Musica |The Earth will become a Burning Ball of Fire]

When my wife and I first met and started dating, she used to just rave about how much she was into different kinds of food.  And to top that, she'd rail on and on about sushi.  How much she loved sushi etc etc... As we continued to date I began to learn what she meant.  We'd eventually go to a sushi place with Joni and Chris, and she was very picky about what sushi she'd eat etc.  Didn't go much out for sushi after that, then came this last Saturday.

We decided to go out to eat, and we wanted to try something different, a place neither of us have been before.  We end up at Amarillo's Steak House, as we park, we see something curious on the other side of the street.  Kobe Japanese Steak House!  So we decide to try it out.  Like I had mentioned neither of us had ever gone to a place like that before.  Danielle ended up ordering this big plate of sushi.  So we wait, we have some meso(sp) soup.   And then after a while, here comes the sushi.  She looked at the plate like she'd never seen sushi before.  It was as if they brought a plate full of glowing neon newts that where blinking at her.  She was a bit shocked and surprised.  Her eyes where yelling, "This is not what I ordered! I don't know what it is, and I'm not sure I can legally eat any of this!"  Her face curled up into a funny grimacing smile.  Reluctant to say anything bad about this Plate of Sushi.  All Kinds of Sushi.  Things we couldn't identify kind of sushi.  She sat there and smiled and ate the California Rolls, the only sushi she could Identify.  I couldn't help but laugh.  I ended up trying a bunch of it.  Some of it, actually good.  I'd like a chance to try some again.  But, that look on her face, priceless.

She didn't get mad, was a good sport about it, and actually tried some.  Good Eel!
I love her so much. 

Getting closer and closer to her graduation. So Exciting!  And then the Trip to Mexico! Woot!

Off to Work I go!
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(no subject) [Apr. 19th, 2007|01:04 pm]
Go to Columbia, or not to go to Columbia.  That is a question.
It would be on what most people would call a mission trip.
Though I generally avoid using that kind of wordage.  For various historical reasons.
Same basic Idea, Go preach and teach elsewhere.    It would be a great experience, and the work in that part of sur america is really hopping.  And it would only be for a week.

There are various trouble though,  I'd be away from my wife for a week.  I haven't been away from her for that long since, before we even got married. oi.  And then the 'danger' of going to Columbia.  I dunno I think it's a bit exageratted(sp).

curses work calls!

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(no subject) [Apr. 18th, 2007|07:49 am]
You can't always get what you want.
You can't always get what you want.
You get what you need.
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