I was right about those 4 way stop bullies. I knew I was on to something. Thanks, Amy!
In some ways, this Portlandia show is eerily accurate. Curious? Season 1 is now on Netflix.
Kate is ever the camera hog. I was trying to take a nice, serene picture of my Sarah, when Kate jumps into screen. She can't pass up an opportunity to shine/steal the show/hog the spotlight. One of the million things I love about her.
One of the million things I love about my boy is his camera face. While Blakely grunted and tried to eat Margaret's face off, and Margaret screamed, Jacob just sat there, patiently waiting for his Mom and crazy Aunties to stop taking pictures.
So, I'm retarded, but let's not state the obvious here. On Saturday, Neal was repairing a broken drawer. I was headed to Lowe's to get a few items for something I was working on. He asked me to buy him some shims. So, I asked the nice man in the wood section where they sold their shivs. He laughed and said, "Are you planning to shank someone in prison?" Man, there's another time when the girl card can get you out of trouble. "Just smile and look like a dumb girl. Go ahead. It got you out of this scrape a couple of years ago. "
Speaking of girls, my youngest girl has us worried, but really made us laugh. While headed to Utah, we stopped in Reno for some grub at the Burger King. Reno isn't known for its fancy parts. We parked next to a pick-up truck. On the back was a lovely sillouette sticker of a naked lady in heels with an angel halo and wings. Abigail said, "Mom! Look at that pretty fairy! That's my favorite fairy! I really like it Mom!"
From now on, whenever I see those smutty stickers or mud flaps, I'm going to think of my sweet Abby. I'm ruined.