Number 3, Sheep and Lambs (Ear)?
Number 4, Just an Old-Fashioned Lunchtime?
Or Number 5, Trite Ad Reference?
Really #5 should say "Got Living Water?" but that could be construed as being a little irreverent.
Like Mom says, "A face without freckles is like a sky without stars."
A lot of good a simpering, smirking flawless complexion
Carrot Stick: "So, you know Olivia Stone*?"
CS: "She's so cute! She's just adorable! You know she's going out with Josh Groovan?
F: "No way!"
CS: "Yeah, she doesn't really want to. I asked her why she doesn't just break up with him, and she said she can't, 'cause Ty Binder is in charge."
The conversation quickly went onto a new, seemingly random tangent full of giggling and "oh my gosh!" and a few "he's so cute!!" But I lagged behind, stuck wondering "Why is Ty Binder in charge?" I don't know. And I guess I just wouldn't understand, because I'm not in junior high.
(apparently Josh asked Ty to ask Olivia out because he thinks Olivia is hot and Olivia told Ty to tell Josh yes she would go out with him even though she doesn't really like him and now she would break up with him except that Ty said she can't because Josh really likes her but Josh and Olivia don't really even talk so what the point is I don't know but this is sure a long rambling sentence devoid of all punctuation and thank goodness Olivia does everything Ty says because he is in charge of everything after all and all I can say is thank goodness I am not twelve anymore.)
However, I am still trying to figure out why I 'm not in charge.
Really, what good is being a parent if you can't be in charge of anything?
*names have been changed to protect the innocent and the ignorant.
It was a beautiful day, and it was fun to watch the kids having fun and learning from the pros. If you have any doubts about their skills, check out this (as an added bonus, you can also see the littlest Carrot Stick in action)
Maybe some day, the Carrot Sticks will have those kinds of skills.
Thank you anyway, Mr. Beaver Mountain and Lovely Assistant, for a great day!
The holidays are finally over.
The kids are back to school.
PB&J's back to work.
I've shopped all the after Christmas sales.
And all that remains is to clean everything up, put away all the Christmas decorations, purge, and organize all the junk.
And purge. And purge. And purge some more.
This purging is meant to be all encompassing.
I guess that means I'd better throw away all the Christmas candy. And go through sugar detox. And swear off sweets, and possibly all carbs, for the next 11 months. But boy, we did have some good eats.
And then it starts all over again.
What was the best part of your holidays?