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Saturday, May 24, 2008

Dream Magic

We had a great time last night watching National Treasure 2: Book of Treasures as a family. We haven't done that in a while, and it was a lot of fun. When the movie was over, and the kids were in bed, I went into the kitchen to turn off the lights, and noticed just how many bags of microwave popcorn were cooked. 7. For 5 little kids. And they ate it all. Captain America and I are on our diet (9 lbs to date- 11 lbs for Captain America), so no popcorn for us. I didn't realize they were making and eating so much. Goodness!

This WordArt request is from Julie. I thought the quote was very nice, and a great message! Click on the image below to download, and leave some love if you like my work.


Anonymous said...

I know what you mean about the popcorn. I also have 5 kids, they are older than yours now, but they have always amazed me at the quantity of popcorn they could put away. My oldest daughter would eat 4 or 5 bags, by herself, if we let her when she was in elementary school and the others weren't far behind. I don't know where they put it, I guess it all went into making them grow tall. We watch the new National Treasure movie tonight!


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verabear said...

I love this quote and it's just the first time i've read it. thank you so much :)

My family doesn't get to just hang and watch a movie together. Our varying schedules get in the way. No popcorns for us though. But usually, there would be halo halo or ice cream or cake or whatever. hehe :)

Anonymous said...

Hi there, Bethany. I saw on your profile that you're homeschooling, and it sounds like you might be utilizing the same program I will be using for my 13-year-old son next fall. How about some "homeschooling" word art for all of us "rebel" parents who want a better education for our kids? Blessings, Lannette in Denver

Anonymous said...

Love your word art thanks for sharing Sue