Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Ten on Tuesday

1. Sick of being sick. I'm sounding like a broken record.

2. This weekend I want to do my own thing. It won't work out that way. I'll clean, do laundry, feed the children, and then maybe I'll have an hour to do something on my "fun" list. Hmmm.

3. A trip to a tropical island sounds like pure bliss. But if I had a choice, I'd just like to be back in our routine. No barf. No plugged noses. No need for a mommy nap. Ahhhh.

4. If there was a safe drug I could give the girls to keep them little, sweet, and innocent I may consider it.  I love them at this age.

5. Abby loves candy corn and dislikes chocolate.

6. I love a clean kitchen. Especially at the end of the day. Great night cap. Yup, I'm old!

7. I'm looking forward to reading President Bush's new book (Shannon, stop rolling your eyes!) I wish I could see him at the Air Force Museum on Veterans Day. Maybe a happy compromise of his audio book for the drive home at Christmas will have to suffice.

8. It floors me that more people don't strive to learn from history and the mistakes of others. Maybe it just never occurs to them? Hmmm.

9. Word on the street is there's a new cupcake shoppe opening in Fairborn. A high price cupcake shop. Those better be some monster share-with-a-friend delights!

10. I want company. The kind that comes, cooks, cleans up and stays for a long time just hanging out. Hahaha. Right.


The Earnshaw's said...

We will be your company, we cook, clean up barf, co parent and stay for a very long time sometimes and we have lots of laughs!!

Susie said...

I saw GW on the Today showa nd also on Oprah yesterday and I loved hearing him talk. Honestly, I admire him- it must have been tough to make those big decisions and take the heat for them. I think he's an honorable and courageous man. Maybe I'll pick it up too. I would SO love to see him at the AF Museum-- Try to go!!


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