Sunday, May 28, 2006

All in a Day's Work


You learn something new every day. I did not know that the Consumer Reports people gave advice such as the kind we received from them today. Evidently when our specific make and model of television has some sort of wire shortage or other such problem you should just buy a new one. Hmmmmm, who knew?? Luckily for me Brian was well learned in this Consumer Report advice and so he could pass the information on to me. So, we are now the owners of a new TV that will soon be hung on the wall out of reach of little fingers carrying Weeble Wobbles. It is possible that those little fingers may be responsible for current TV dilemma since holding the Weeble Wobbles is not enough entertainment and they most bang the characters (Jack & Jill to be exact) against the TV.

In other news, I'm currently concerned that I will be banned from checking out library books since my Ben & Jerry's Phish Food ice cream managed to drip on a page of my current book. The ice cream turned out to be much more trouble then it was worth considering that this evening when I was on the Ben & Jerry mission I was fast stepping it through the frozen food department and my flip flop found a small puddle of water and I took a tumble right in front of the Lean Cuisine dinners.

All a day in the life of a stay-at-home mom.

Oh and this photo is completly unrelated but I just love little boy pictures of Brian and I wanted to share it. Note the Purdue shirt...we also have a photo of him in Harvard shorts/pants(?)....a little foreshadowing, eh?

4 comments:

  1. Look at Brian! Love those stylish green shorts. I have way too much to say about your Lean Cuisine fiasco...I'm emailing you now!

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  2. That is ONE COOL DUDE in the picture!

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  3. YOU ARE FUNNY!!!! :-) Thanks for the stories.

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  4. love the photo of Brian but love those of KENDALL EVEN MORE. CAN´T WAIT TO SEE YOU ALL IN O.C. HOPE ALL THE FLEA BITES WILL BE GONE BY THEN. MIGHT LOOK FUNNY IN A SWIM SUIT.

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