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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Are you all ready for this? U all ready 4 dis? Don’t know where that came from – weird. I love chores. Let me rephrase that. I love that my minions – oops, I mean my children – do chores. … Continue reading
A shark invaded our home. It attacked an innocent piece of styrofoam. Then it ate the styrofoam. Seriously. Life with this shark doesn’t ever slow down. Just thought you’d enjoy a little Ian update. Info. on chores is coming up!
Do you have Minions? I do. Here are my Minions: If you don’t have minions, bummer for you. If you do, are you harnessing their power like you should? Remember a long time ago when I announced the winner of … Continue reading
It’s that time again! School starts in less than a week around here and while the kids are getting excited, they still don’t want summer to end. I can’t say that I blame them. We’ve had a pretty good summer … Continue reading
Remember this picture? The guesses are in! The longest guess was 8 hours and the shortest guess was 30 minutes. Read on for the details . . . Here’s what I did: I set my timer for 15 minutes. I … Continue reading
Wahoo! I’m on a retreat. A much-needed retreat. I’ll be gone for three days. Basking in the sun, eating chocolates, watching movies, working on projects, staying up late and all sorts of other fun things. I need this. My kids … Continue reading