i present Find Yourself Some Confetti

so i talked about this in the project will continue so here it is.

download mp3: Find Yourself Some Confetti

enjoy. it may be redone at some point in time and evolve who knows.


the project will continue

so to the people who check this regularly im sorry for the neglect but my borrowed internet has been acting up as of late

so as some of you have probably read/downloaded my death 2 butt cheese project (read about that project here) i have decided to continue with the project of electronic compilation things and have another one done. it shall be posted later this week. the reason i have decided to do this is so that i can have something to do during this never ending winter. i just remembered the old tape deck (pic below) that i have and it will work perfectly cause it plays things backwards (at least i think it does).

so thats sweet. i just really want to get one of those little tape recorders now and i will be fully in business. but yes im excited and i will probably get that other one posted asap. its called "Find Yourself Some Confetti" (this one is all electronic ). is there reason behind the title??? not really it was just a phrase that came up in conversation. as well the title of my blog "with a baggie on her forearm" is also a phrase that came up in conversation and its thanks to my friend TRACI (i told her i would eventualy give her the credit she deserved). o and the song title is because of miss katy coon. so there credit has been given where credit is due o and since im crediting people mr. jeff martin was my partner in the class i made death 2 butt cheese in so yes he helped. now all of you get excited for Find Yourself Some Confetti!!! (no tape machines were harmed in the making of Find Yourself Some Confetti, but the making of Death 2 Butt Cheese is a different story.)

until we meet again...



i did my part.

did you do yours??
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a tribute to a great man/hinckley challenge

today i have been a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for 6 months. WOW time flies!!!!

Gordon Bitner Hinckley (June 23, 1910 -- January 27, 2008) was an American religious leader who served as the fifteenth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from March 12, 1995 until his death. He was the oldest person to preside over the Church in its history.

the following is a little video in remembrance of President Hinckley

also i have found out about this thing called the Hinckley Challenge and its pretty cool im doing it. the challange started on febuary 4th and ends may 10th but dont think its too late to start cause i started on the 7th. the best part about it is that it charts your progress and stuff and calculates how many pages you have to read per day and its different for everyone depending on like if you read the allotted amount every day or if you start it late it figures it out for you so you dont have to go through all the trouble of doing it yourself heres a bit more from the website about it:

President Hinckley often stressed our making the Book of Mormon part of our lives. He was 97 when he passed away, and we would like to celebrate his life and teachings by reading the Book of Mormon in 97 days.

President Gordon B. Hinckley on the Book of Mormon
"I take in my hand the Book of Mormon. I read its words. I have read Joseph Smith's explanation of how it came to be. To the unbelieving it is a story difficult to accept, and critics for generations have worn out their lives writing books intended to refute that story and to offer other explanations than the one given by Joseph the Prophet. But to the open-minded, this critical writing has only stimulated them to dig deeper; and the more deeply they dig, the greater the accumulation of evidence for the validity of Joseph Smith's story. Still, as has been demonstrated for a hundred and fifty years, the truth of the Book of Mormon will not be determined by literary analysis or by scientific research, although these continue to be reassuring. The truth about the origins of the Book of Mormon will be determined today and tomorrow, as it has been throughout the yesterdays, by reading the book in a spirit of reverence and respect and prayer."