Wednesday, July 23, 2008

2nd Blogger Debut


(This post is dedicated to my amazing wife Morgan whom I love dearly)

Alright guys, the moment that most of you have been waiting for (but not all of you, in fact, many of you probably have only been slightly waiting for this moment, and others of you have more than likely not been waiting for this moment at all, but regardless of how long you have been waiting, or not waiting, for this moment to arrive, it is finally here) I (Nate) am now contributing to the blog. I'm calling this my second blogger debut because I also contribute to the blog for the clothing line I run with a friend of mine called Sentimental Clothing. I haven't been pulling my blog weight as I should on that one yet, but I'm going to start making a lot more contributions. You should check it out if you feel inclined to, there's a link to it on this page.

Alright, so I'm going to follow up right where my lovely wife left off. The Dark Knight was incredible. If you've seen it, then you already knew that. If you haven't seen it, then you still probably already knew that unless you are totally against technology and news because everyone has been talking about it. If you haven't seen it and like intense, gangster-style movies (as I do) then go see it right now. Stop reading and go. Really though, it was so amazing and I can't wait to see it again. If anyone wants to talk more about it or discuss the movie with me in any way please feel free to hit me up on AIM : SentimentalNate (I'm always on because it forwards the texts to my phone) or send me an email : Nate@Sentimentalent.com.

Moving on, the next day after the show we went to the Georgia Aquarium (boasting to be the largest aquarium in the world!) and it was so fun. I'm going to throw up some pictures and movies we took in just a sec. There were penguins, whale sharks, seals, otters, and all kinds of other fish and sea life. It was pretty much the perfect introduction into the upcoming Shark Week on the Discovery Channel (If you haven't become acquainted with Shark Week yet, go to your local Redbox tonight and rent the special edition DVD they have there, it's NUTS!!!) Here are some pics, the last one was the best shot of the day, they had a very rare species of shark that can only be seen on extremely special occasions called the Morgan Shark on display and I was lucky to get a shot!

It was an awesome day and it was tough to see it end. I'll probably get on a little later today and throw up a post about our recent trip to Six Flags. We have some good pictures and stories of some of the craziest rides we've ever been on! It's good to be on here with my wife and I'm so happy she started one of these. Thanks for reading guys, we love to read your stories and hope you've enjoyed reading ours so far.

4 comments:

Tiffany and Whit said...

freak of nature!!! I think i spotted an Alligator by you Morgan, run now. I don't know if you are aware they are what I like to call dangerous. They have lots and lots of large razor sharp teeth that could do some damage to your pretty little body. I advise you not to go near one of those again. Don't think since you made it out safely this time you are safe..... You just might find one of those scary creatures under your bed covers again when you go to bed at night. ha ha! Seriously, we loved the pictures. Nate this is from Whit: you need to play Halo with me.

Morg n Nate said...

hahaha thats awesome! K so even standing next to the alligator was so scary I don't recommend it! Ah I miss you guys we'll be home in like three weeks I can't wait to be back we are so ready!! Ps Nate says name the place and time ;)

Morgan said...

I LOVE MY NATEY!!!!!

Chase and Katie Oborn said...

Nathan- I'm so glad you left a comment on my blog, otherwise I never would have known you had one. I had no idea you were in Georgia. I'm assuming it's just for the summer. Looks like a blast though. We need to double date when you guys get back in good ol UT. Happy Blogging!