FALL CLEANING . . .
Okay, so it wasn't a carousel ride, (see previous post) but it wasn't all that horrible either. This weekend wasn't half bad. I got into this purging mood where I began throwing out uneeded stuff from the house. I went a little crazy and I think I may have made more of a mess than if I had left it alone, but all is well and I am on my way to a non-cluttered autumn . . .
MIDDLE SCHOOL BEGINS . . .
Dustin's first day of Middle School was alright. I guess he wandered around the room and the lunch room continuously, but all in all they said he was pretty good. I suppose they don't want to be too harsh on me the first day. . . or maybe he really was alright. Just wait . . .
SMALL TOWN FESTIVAL . . .
We all walked in a parade for the Tina Taviano for sheriff campaign this weekend in Monroeville, even the littles. They both had a great time passing out stickers to the crowd ( and eating all the candy the truck ion front of us was throwing out) . I was amazed at how well Tina interacted with the crowd, she was amazing to watch. She has a real heart for the outlying areas of our county. Hopefully they all saw her committment and her personality shine through. She is an admirable woman.
LAZINESS . . .
I have a roast in the oven tonight, so when we get home there will be carrots, potatoes, onions and warm scrumptious roast waiting for us. Mmmmm! It is the one thing I make that makes me proud I can cook that way! Big Brother (Go Janey) and Rockstar are on tonight. I'm ready to sit my butt on the couch overdose on reality TV, but I'll bet my kids have other plans for me. Thank Goodness for DVR. . .
Light The World: Day 17
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