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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Outside My Window… crazy folks are smoking in the rain

I am thinking… about how grateful I am that I am no longer a smoker in need of a fix

I am thankful for… a working day means I'll have a couple of coins to jingle in my pocket next week

From the kitchen… I grabbed frozen burgers from WC Lounge for lunch and cashews.

I am wearing… a blue top and khaki pants. I love business casual workplaces.

I am creating… coffee cup cozies to be included in swag bags at a craft fair.

I am going… the library for more books I don't really need because my home is filled with books "to be read"

I am reading… The Daughter of God by Lewis Perdue, a DaVinci Code type thriller and Simplify Your Life and get more out of it! by H. Norman Wright

I am hoping… my stalker is arrested again because he's regained some confidence and is knocking on my door again

I am hearing… a group gathering for a meeting

Around the house… is lots of clutter and cleaning that needs done. Wanna come over and help?

One of my favorite things… my planner. Maybe I'll describe the one I created for myself soon.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week... call around and see about moving, cleaning, crocheting those cozies, designing a crocheted wallet that my niece requested

A picture thought for you… Bear got into my makeup.



Monday, April 13, 2009

My sister is headed to the airport. We had a great visit and it was nice to see all of them. We got into it because she wanted to buy my 12-year old daughter bootie shorts and a padded bra. I love my sister and I appreciate her spoiling my kiddos, but I don't need my daughter attracting the attention of men twice her age. She already looks 15 or more, my sister is trying to push that up. I can't take it. Do you other mothers allow your children to wear stuff like this? I know it's the current fad, but still. Do you think it matters if your child might be a little more developed than other girls her age. Do you think it matters if your child is more mature, or do you just say no?

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