I've been having SO much fun reading the Twilight series again. Sorry, I'm a bit obsessive - ha! Didn't I blog about this yesterday - hehehe. Anyway, I finished up Twilight yesterday morning, and started on New Moon (that's the 2nd one, right?) in the afternoon. GREAT books. I just love 'em.
And, I even did real life stuff yesterday too, not just reading. hehehe. Captain America and Jimmy and I went to town. We went to Wal-Mart to buy some flag pole holders, so Captain America can properly display our flags on our house, and a few other essential items. I found 2 new shirts (essential, remember!).
We were gonna go to Verizon to check out phones (I know, still haven't picked one), but got a call from the, um, guy in charge of Captain Americas group (yeah, real great with the army terms, aren't I), saying that he and the others needed to come back in and help admisinter the Urine tests (drug screening) for the AIT guys (Advanced Individual Trainings). So, I dropped him off at the post (we were too far from home for him go back and get his car), and then hurried home. Jacob had a key, so he only had to babysit the kids for about 15 minutes.
We started last week trying to get into the habit of reading scriptures as a family when the kids get home from school. Well, guess what I found when Jimmy and I walked through the door. The kids, at the table, trying to read the scriptures. No joke. Sure, the little ones didn't want to do it, and Jacob was yelling at them, telling them to pay attention, but the point is that they were trying. Good job, Jacob! You're a GREAT example to me :) Love ya!!!
A friend from work dropped Captain America back by the house, so we didn't have to go back and pick him up. Thank goodness. It wasn't until after 7 that he got back home. That's a lot of Urine - LMBO!!! Glad it was him, and not me - eewh!
LIttle Jimmy (the 3 year old) has decided that saying "I'm sorry, Mommy" while flashing me the sweetest, most innocent little expression can get him in less trouble. Or so he thinks, anway. Today, while getting something from the chest freezer, I noticed brown stuff all over inside. I thought someone had opened up a packet of gravy mix and dumped it in. When I questioned the kids about it, Jimmy said "I'm sorry, Mommy I put dirt in the freezer. It was an accident".
Hmmm, I think we need to have a talk about what the word accident means. You "accidently" tip over your milk cup. You accidently knock a book off the shelf. You accidently bump into someone. But accidently throw dirt into the chest freezer? Um, no. That's the wrong word, kid. The I'm sorry works just fine, but not the "it was an accident". LMBO! But, I managed to keep from laughing where he could see me.
I think that'll be our cleaning project for today. Jimmy can learn how to "accidently" clean the freezer.
Hey girls! Didn't really feel like designing last, so I started to go through my stack of stuff and see what I had that I could give away - hehehehe. SOOOOO, remember that Alpha I used a few Sunday's ago?? Well, here it is for you all! It's really kinda cool. I just love the Iron look of it. Kinda fun, don't you think?
Click on the links below to go to my accounts to download the Alpha, and leave some love if you like my work. Thanks!
Oops, I meant to hit the "post options" button, to set this to go out at 7am, but I accidently hit the "publish post" button. So, it's going out early. Sigh. Oh well. hehehe.