So I thought I would share a "tag" with you that has been sitting in my files for ages!
in my fridge:
*Christmas dinner leftovers (cleaning out the fridge is on my list of things to do today!)
*real butter (mmmm! one of those "little luxuries")
*pitcher of "refrigerator water," mostly for Katie & Scott. I take my chances with what comes out of the tap.
* one apple
* eggs. Scott loves eggs. When I was pregnant with William, I ate two eggs every day for the last trimester, if not longer. He's 6 1/2 now and I still don't feel quite the same about the ol' incredible edible egg.
in my closet
*the red dress I was wearing the day I met Scott
* a backpack I've had since college
* a pair of high heels that get worn once or twice a year.
* some outgrown summer clothes of Katie's that she would be wearing today if she could find 'em.
in my purse
*receipts from Target
* a combination lock
* two lipsticks
* MP3 player
* a pen that blobs ink
on my Tivo:
* Magic Schoolbus for homeschool
* an Oregon vs. somebody football game for Scott
* Ruff! with Ruff Ruffman for William
* a Lilo & Stitch movie for Katie
* Dog the Bounty Hunter and Law & Order for me. (Don't laugh.)
websites I've been to today (or recently)
*checked my various email accounts
*checked in with my diaper board. I've been on this message board of about 50 crunchy mamas since William was about 16 months old.
*http://mamanirvana.blogspot.com/ my sister-in-law's blog. Sometimes she writes late at night, but it looks like last night wasn't one of those nights. Hopefully she got a good night's sleep!
Really cool site if you like rubber stamping, especially Stampin' Up! The other day I was checking out the gallery and happened to notice an ad at the top of the page that featured the two adorable daughters of a sweet mama on my diaper board. I screamed and just about fell off my chair.
things I say all the time
* "No worries."
* "Baby, I don't know!"
* "My darling" I call everybody but my mom, dad and sister this. Scott, the kids, my friends. Is it annoying?
* "Well, blow me down." I say this to indicate a lack of surprise. Katie wants ice cream for breakfast? Well, blow me down.