This evening Molly informed me that she went to the front of her Bible class to tell what she would do if she had $10,000. Every student in the class did this, if I’m understanding correctly. Well, she said she would like to buy a bungee set….the kind she jumped on at the fair that is connected to a trampoline. Then, she told me everyone else said something about giving to the poor. I asked her if she wishes she had said something like that, but she said no. She was sure he wanted the bungee set.
In recent days my kids have been introduced to The Cosby Show. All three of them absolutely love it. They think Peter, the chubby white kid, is hilarious. Rudy is their favorite of the Huxtable family. They think Sonya is kind of strange. They just had to tell me all about when Denise made Theo a shirt and it turned […]
I’m a little nervous about what may be in my future. Josh has a recent interest in tents and lanterns and outdoor stoves. It sounds like camping, and I am unsure that I am a camper. I mean, the idea of making memories and sitting around a campfire sounds great. The reality of it, however, may be a bit much. […]
The girls have been taking ukulele class every Tuesday, and I am so glad they enjoy it and are making progress. And then Mack just had to join in on the fun….
While the kids wait for their complimentary cookie at the Publix bakery, I’ll share a funny story. Mack was helping me pick out some apples. He spotted the pomegranates and said, “Wow! Mom, are those apples made into a bomb???!!!” So funny.
Mack and I were just doing a lesson on the digraph TH. He was sooooo bored. He told me it was sooooo not fun. “THis is not fun! Why do I have to do THis???” he whined. I told him he should put as much effort into learning to read as he does in football. “Mom, THat is not fair.” […]
Mack was “helping” me fold laundry this morning. He was actually doing a good job. I asked him how he got to be such a smart, cute kid. He just smiled real big, so I asked him again, “C’mon, Mack, tell me how you got to be such a smart, cute kid.” He said, “I got it from my mom.” […]