Last week, while we were at the store, my youngest noticed Hello Kitty band aids on the shelf that we were passing by and begged me to buy them. I don’t like to get the kind of band aids that have characters or whatever on them because it then turns into her wanting to put(…)
Ok, I usually don’t do these. But, since my blog is fairly new, I decided to so my readers can get to know me better. So, here it goes: I got this from Dana, over at Just Talk . Go to her blog-not now, silly, after you read mine. On the outside:Name: Tess Birthday: March(…)
I’m going to the store today and have the strangest combination of items- dog biscuits and maxi pads. I’m sure I will get a puzzled look from the cashier as to why I would come up with these choice items to purchase at the same time. I’m thinking of what response I will give and(…)
I always am amazed at the things that my children can do. The latest being my youngest, Emily. This child can tell you about the time Grandma bought her a Dora doll from the grocery store two years ago. She can tell you what the weather was like outside, what was in our cart and(…)
I couldn’t resist taking this photo. Once again, Mamas (middle cat) has no clue the two babies are sleeping on her. She looks as though she’s having the most marvelous dream, probably about her dropping the kittens off on a deserted country road.
After doing my daily business tasks all day, I threw together tacos from part of our left overs from the shower(mainly ground beef) to keep the enemy at bay while I hit the Internet to find wonderful potential sponsors- I send lots of love to all of you that were lucky to get stalked hear(…)
I really hate advertising. I promised myself when I started this blog that I would totally advertise the heck out of it. After all, my dream is to be the next Dooce. Yes, I know all you faithful Dooce readers. She is great- the Queen of Blogging. But, hey, I can dream big! Anyway, I(…)