31 October 2007
28 October 2007
It may be a bit early for these, but what about later on?
How much is that doggie in the window?
There's even something for cat people too!
Would these count as fruit for breakfast?
And here's a place to sit and enjoy breakfast!
You don't bring me flowers, anymore.
Let's kick up our heels! Yes, we're still here!
Normal posting to resume once I am no longer sleep deprived from my Homecoming duties!
22 October 2007
21 October 2007
16 October 2007
78 vocabulary quizzes that need grading
30 writing assignments to review
Twelve centerpieces to make for tables for dance
Four runny noses
Two very grouchy, combative children.
One off-duty officer to be hired for dance.
One sinus infection.
One husband who became nauseous and passed out due to sinus infection.
One discouraged, over-tired mother who wishes she could run away.
13 October 2007
While getting dressed, I was lamenting about a certain body part, complaining to PerfectHusband that said body part is hanging to my knees.
PH: Oh come on! They're not to your knees.
Tired looking Hexe who has been sick all week: Fine! Not my knees, just to my hips.
PH: They don't even reach your waist yet!!!!!!
Last weekend, I was young; this weekend it appears I am on the way to having saggy boobs! What a difference one week can make.
06 October 2007
It was an ordinary night. We needed some vegetables for dinner. I went to the store sans kids - they were riding the lawn mower with PH. I waved and tooted the horn as I drove to the store. I found my vegetables and paid for them. I knew PH had not picked up a lottery ticket and the Florida Lottery is $18 million. With the thought of wasting a dollar, I stopped at the store clerk's desk under the Florida Lottery sign. A young women came over and took my numbers and then it happened. She looked at me and said "Can I see your ID?"
Lost in the thoughts of making dinner, it took a few moments for this phrase to register.
"I'm sorry," I stammered.
Again, she repeat "Your ID?"
Dazed, I handed her my driver's license, murmuring, "But I'm 38 years old."
She looked at my ID, and then back at me, and replied, "Wow, you look really good for your age. I wasn't sure if you were old enough to buy a lottery ticket."
Tonight I was carded for the first time in nearly