5/03/2009

Snapshots

~There is a dead spider on the ceiling of the bathroom. Instead of wiping it off, we tell Ava and Benji to "look at the spider" so they'll look up when we wash their hair!

~My 100lb. German Shepherd is terrified of the vacuum cleaner. She gave it a warning bite the other day as I pushed it towards her face.

~Ava knows how to do ninja moves with a lightsaber. Thanks, boys!

~Marvin hates Ava's squeaky shoes, has forbidden me from buying any more for her, and I think is secretly delighted that the pair she's currently wearing probably won't last her for the entire summer.

~I recently found two tubes of Fisher Price Little People on clearance at
Kroger for 50 cents each! I bought them both.

~I have a love/hate relationship with teaching Sunday school.

~People continue to use our driveway as a turn-around. It continues to drive me crazy. There is another perfectly good driveway a couple houses down from ours, maybe I should post a sign with an arrow.


~This is a totally lame post. I have lots to blog about right now but not a lot of time...

5 readers took time to leave a thought:

My2Gs May 3, 2009 at 9:50 AM  

I love the dead spider one! Maybe we need to put one in the corner of our bathroom. The looking up thing is always a challenge in our house. It ususally sounds more like "I NEEEEDDDD A TOWEL!!!!!" {said in a really screechy whiney voice}

Chrysanthemama May 3, 2009 at 12:29 PM  

I love the realness of this post. :)

Clair May 3, 2009 at 5:24 PM  

a dead spider on the ceiling would only elicit scream in our house but we do have a dragon who lives under the bath. If they dont ge tout of the bath before the water it might eat them

Aleah May 3, 2009 at 11:28 PM  

An ACTUAL spider on the ceiling - better than my imaginary little birdie!

fun to read : )

Irene Joy May 4, 2009 at 6:45 PM  

I think it's so funny about your driveway. I think you've mentioned that like three times in the last year. I think it's time you put up a sign. :)

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