But I have the kids bathed, the oldest is sitting in the laundry room down the room babysitting the dirty laundry, hubby is on our regular vacation WalMart run, and I am sitting here updating you all ;-)
My 4 year old says some very, I'm, interesting things at times.
"I am going to have two wives when i grow up because I like girls."
"Who do you plan to marry, JJ?"
"Deborah and Sara"
After texting this amusing thing to friends this was the response:
- he will have to move to Utah then
- awesome! I like a guy who knows what he wants (this is Deborah's mom)
My husband lost a dear friend a couple weeks. His Quick Trip insulated coffee mug died. It has been his daily companion for over a decade. He didn't take it with him to Afghanistan because he didn't want it to die on him ;-) Nit it somehow acquired a crack last month, but still kept working. In Williamsburg, I tossed it into the dishwasher and this caused the insulation to bulge out!!! It wouldn't fit in a cup holder nor could we get the lid back on. He asked me to take a picture of his long time partner before we sent it to it's reward ;-)
Today we rolled through Siouxland on our way to Rapid City, SD. That may not mean much to most folks, but I did three semesters at Northwestern College in Orange City, IA right after high school. So many fun memories from that time frame. What made me smile and run through a parking lot with my phone was a sign written on the Starbucks window talking about supporting local things in Siouxland.
It made me remember my ritual of announcing to folks in my car, or just announcing to myself that I had either entered or left Siouxland. I completely forgot about this (of course) until recently my best friend reminded me. So of course she got the picture!!
Oh, and Jamers got several texts today concerning the extremely FLAT topography of middle South Dakota.