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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Another Weekly Update

-I took the pictures. I dressed everyone and snapped over 100 photos. I don't think any came out. I still have to sift through them. We'll see. Why is it you can't get a decent photo of four kids? When they baby is looking at the camera the other kids are looking at the baby. In most cases, the baby was playing with the grass or looking in the other direction.

-Yesterday was Jordan's first day of school. And not just any first day of school. It was the first day of Kindergarten. Very big deal. He had a great day except for an incident after school. They weren't sure whether he was suppose to take the school bus home. He was sure that he was, but the school had a mix up. It was all sorted out and today he will be taking the bus to and from school. No problems. And of course, there will be photos coming soon.

-I have boxes packed. Several boxes have been packed. (Brian is giggling at these sentences, I just know it.) The girls' room is practically ready to go except for the necessities. The boys' room needs some work. Tonight we start on our room. Ugh! I'm not looking forward to this. We visited our soon to be home the other night. I'm so excited. I can't wait to take a million pictures and show them off for you. It's so exciting. I have never lived in a house so nice. Which is why I will be profusely bragging to you. I apologize in advance.

-I've been reading Cosmo during my work outs. I'm embarrassed to admit that I enjoy reading most of the magazine. Some of it feels a little juvenile, but some articles are actually pretty good. And they have interesting little tips about various subjects. I don't subscribe to it or anything, but it's a nice read when someone leaves it for me. (The someone being a co-worker. She leaves me magazines in my locker. I love it!)


  • Yay for Kindergarden! Yay for packing! Yay for working out! Woo Hoo!

    Have no clue why I'm so excited.

    By Blogger InterstellarLass, at 8:59 AM, August 15, 2006  

  • I remember when our kids started to kindergarden. You are right it is a BIG deal:-}Glad he made it home!!

    Whats wrong with Cosmo?? :-}

    By Blogger truckdriver_sefl, at 9:14 AM, August 15, 2006  

  • Soooooo excited for you with your move and can't wait to see photos.

    Kindergarden is BIG!

    Lots of fun things happening in your life... that's great! lovelovelove when people are happy! :-)

    By Blogger Karen, at 10:32 AM, August 15, 2006  

  • Then the UNpacking begins. we've been here for what seems like forever and we're still not sorted out. its really starting to get me down.

    As for cosmo - i DO subscribe to it. It's the highlight of my month when it gets delivered. I wonder if the UK copy is the same as yours?

    By Blogger serendipity, at 2:05 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • Kindergardners are awfully cute. I don't have kids, but I work in a school and this time of year when the little guys come in in their uniforms, it makes me want to have one sometime soon. (Of course, we also have high schoolers who dress like Paris Hilton, which makes me slightly less anxious ...)

    I love Cosmo, but sometimes I read it behind a copy of The Economist, which is just pitiful ...

    By Blogger Marguerite, at 8:30 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • I'm a comment slacker, but just in case anyone checks... Lass, I have no idea why your so excited either, but I like it. :)

    Truckdriver, I suppose there's nothing wrong with Cosmo, but I'm just not used to reading 100 Ways To Keep Your Man Happy In Bed-at work.

    Karen, the photos are up!!!

    Serendipity, we might have to make a Cosmo exchange. Just to see if they are the same. Very interesting.

    Marguerite, kindergardners are cute. I don't know what it is about them, but they seem so small. And people talk of their highschoolers and I can't even imagine the kids ever being teenagers. Much too scary. The Economist, huh? I might have to try that. :)

    By Blogger Jolynn, at 7:09 AM, August 17, 2006  

  • I like the idea of the exchange

    By Blogger serendipity, at 1:12 PM, August 20, 2006  

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