Thursday, February 28, 2008
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Here is the problem, right now my whole day is consumed by whether or not I can make it to the gym. As some of you know I am running in the SLC half marathon, with my friends Jenn and Kena and with my brother Bryce. I'm hoping just to finish the race at this point. The girls were both sick last week and yesterday was my first day back. That treadmill was HARD! I didn't make it my 4 miles. Hopefully I can do the four tomorrow! I really don't have too much on my plate right now but trying to juggle nap times and keeping them healthy is hard. Thanks for the reminder girls! I'll do something fun with the girls today!
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
This little hummer was a whopping $4.99 at Target and worth every penny after the first use. It is used to get rid of the onion and garlic smell on your hands so I decided to try it after about passing out from the stench of a wet dishcloth. I LOVE IT!!!!
On a totally unrelated note...here is Eliza and eating...well NOT eating her lunch today!
Friday, February 15, 2008
She looks like one of those books that has three panels and you are supposed to make a coordinating picture out of and someone couldn't figure this one out! We took her shopping anyway. I just enjoy the fact that she can find and put on her own pants and shoes!
Thursday, February 14, 2008
So the real problem lies with the female to not only come up with an idea of something her husband may want (really who would have guessed a shower radio?) and then to drag "X" number of kids to and from stores to search for just the right gift. Needless to say the Valentine gift was not much of a gift. I'm still trying to recover from shopping with the kids during the holidays!
Wednesday, February 6, 2008
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
I have another friend who years ago pointed out her annoyance by having to show her receipt at the door of Costco and Sams. I've never really thought about it...10 items, not bagged, give it a quick count and I am on my way. Sure its annoying, but whatever. Today however, I was stopped by a lady who barely spoke English at the door of WAL-MART!!! Hello! There are 18 bags, two kids and a purse and you want me to pull my receipt out so you can draw on it? Yup, that is all she did. I'm sure it made her feel important but I was deeply disturbed. Upon leaving Wal-Mart I felt better before getting to my car. There was an older gentleman walking into the store with his comb-over standing straight up in the wind. It made me smile inside and life is in order again. Thanks Wal-Mart!