Monday, October 26, 2009

Bring it on....

Saturday Morning: Scratchy throat
Saturday Evening: Scratchy throat and cough
Sunday Morning: Scratchy throat, cough, headache, chills and fever of 99.3
Sunday Afternoon: Scratchy throat, cough, headache, aches everywhere, chills and fever of 101.2
Monday Morning (2 AM-ish): Scratchy throat, cough, headache, aches everywhere, chills and fever of 102.8
Monday Morning (8:30): Still all the same symptoms so it's off to the Dr's office. Put on Tamiflu. Now it's off to bed.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Improv Everywhere

Ok, so I am totally in love with this blog. I think she is super creative and free and fun. She is part of a group called Improv Everywhere. They do the coolest things. One time they set up a wedding reception outside city hall complete with presents, cake, wedding party and dancing. They waited for a couple that had just gotten married in city hall to come out and asked them if they wanted a wedding reception. The people were so excited and grateful. This is their newest production.

What a fun thing to be a part of!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

That's the way Sue "C's" it

"I am going to the animal shelter to get you a kitty cat. I'm going to let you fall in love with that kitty cat and on some dark cold night I will steal away into your home and punch you in the face."

Tuesday, October 06, 2009


My friend posted this on Facebook (it's not her).
Is it horrible that I about died laughing? Poor girl!

Monday, October 05, 2009

Friday, October 02, 2009

Trip down memory lane...

Andy and I are working on cleaning out our garage in the hopes that one day both cars will fit inside. I know...what a concept!
In order to do that I had to consolidate some boxes that came from my parents house when they decided I was a grown-up and they didn't want to store my junk anymore! It was a blast into the past when I opened the boxes.

I mean would you seriously call any of these treasures junk!?!

Ken in all his neon glory

Stylish fashion

and of course the icing on the cake
Andy suggested a bonfire, but I want to be able to show our kids what real toys looked like.
None of this Bratz or SpongeBob business. Trolls and 80's Barbies are classic.