Friday, August 22, 2008

Silly Mom

I was waiting patiently at the checkout in Wal-mart when I saw it. A can of silly string. My first thought was to buy it and attack the girls when they got home from school. My second thought was about how I dont have time to play games. My third thought was that I need to do more fun things with my girls. So I bought it.

Zoey and I had hid in the hallway, ever so quiet, as we heard the gate open, and shut.... a foot step on the stairs and .........


Saturday, August 16, 2008


Driving home on Monday night, a conversation with my 2 1/2 year old daughter.

    Daughter: Its broken mommie.
    Me: Whats broken?
    Daughter: the moon mommie, there
    Me: Oh my heck! How did it get broken?
    Daughter: The little girl at my church picked it up and went (ugh sound, and uhh sound with hand motions mimicking someone throwing something down)
    Me: Why did she do that?
    Daughter: I dont know
    Me: Can we glue it?
    Daughter: no, i cant see the pieces.
    Me: Poor moon
Thankfully the 1/2 moon became full and she was very happy that night because someone glued it!


Tuesday, August 5, 2008


I am deathly afraid of heights! So much so, that at times its a chore to even stand on a stool! My dear family just does not understand.

Though I do have to say, there is nothing more exhilarating in life than challenging your fear and go for it! There is such a natural rush of adrenaline, excitement, and fun. Just be careful how you go about challenging it.

About a week ago, my girls, myself and my mother in law, decided to go to the "North Pole". They get to brag about having the "highest" Ferris Wheel in the world. Course the thing is sitting on the side of a mountain! My mother in law was not one to ride rides, and this one required an adult. Of course I'm such a sweet mom, gotta let the girls experience this ride, right?

Needless to say, I was scared outta my mind! There was also a thunderstorm near by! I wish i had taken my camera up with me!

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