Saturday, January 24, 2009

Project 365 - Week 4

Week 4 - Here we go!!

Jan 18

My shopping list for that day. The ugly mug I was looking for is for Linda's contest. With the other items, do you notice a PMS related theme? Well, all except for the dog food. I do have some standards....unless they start making the dog food covered in chocolate, then all bets are off.

Jan 19

Yes, I am still very much on a "Mamma Mia" kick. I love it and can't get enough of it. I even wake up in the middle of the night hearing the songs in my head. If loving it is wrong, I don't wanna be right goshdarnit.

Also on Jan 19

This was during the chorus of "Take A Chance On Me" from, you guessed it, Mamma Mia. I promise this was taken in the Target parking lot, not while I was driving down the interstate. Make no mistake about it...I was definitely singing while driving, I just didn't take any pictures of me doing it then.

Jan 20

I am complying with the doctors recommendation that I wear this lovely fashion statement to keep the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome from getting worse. I must wear it until I see the specialist, and as slow as they are about getting you in to see someone, I think my appointment will be set for sometime in 2014. In the meantime I am considering dying it a lovely shade of neon pink, or maybe tie-dye, just to see the reaction I get from the doctors. I am such a rebel.

Jan 21

We hate it when mom decides to scrub the floors, 'cuz we get put in "doggie jail".

Jan 22

Migraine Day. I was in bed most of the day. This picture was taken by my son last Fall when I laid in the back seat with a killer migraine on the way home after one of his cross country meets. I'm sure that today I looked just as lovely. I did resurrect myself enough to be able to go to Austin's basketball game this evening, which was my goal.

Jan 23

I made 3 loaves of bread in the bread machine today...1 white, 1 wheat & 1 banana. I love the smell of freshly baked bread. mmmmm!

Jan 24

Today I picked up my daughters (1 at her apartment & 1 at her dorm) and we did some shopping and went out for lunch. Our last stop was at Sam's Club which has been a favorite of theirs (since they were little) on Saturdays because of all the free samples they give out. Both girls enjoyed their samples of Swiss Miss hot chocolate, although by this time in the day, Chelsea was saying "Mom, seriously, put your camera away already. People are staring". Ashley of course said "It's ok. They're all staring at me, because I'm just too adorable." I love these girls. LOL

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Becky said...

What a great job! You look so cute sitting in your car and singing. LOL! And My Love has the same reaction as your girls when I start snapping pics everywhere. He just turns and walks away as soon as he sees the camera.

Dena said...

I kept telling them "But, I need a picture for today to put up on 365". They kept whispering between the two of them....although I'm sure it wasn't about how wierd their mom is. LOL

sara said...

oh, i am getting a lot of grief for the camera too! My will say to each other "don't do that or mom will get the camera" or "you will end up on mom's blog"

love the pictures!!!

LuAnn said...

Love your pics this week. My kids are always complaining about my camera, especially when I set the tri-pod up & we do a timer picture.

Nise' said...

Great pictures. I can smell the bread, nothing better than freshly made bread.

Edie said...

So glad the dog food was not for PMS.

I have two wrist bands, one for each hand. I have to say they really helped relieve my pain.

Aww the poor little jail pups.

LOL! I love the picture of your girls! Their expressions sure do fit your captions. :) My grandaughters are young enough that they get excited that I have the camera all the time. They run to me an pose, so does the dog come to think of it. LOL!

Have a great week!

Kim said...

I enjoy your commentary as much as the photos. Great crack about the dog food! LOL

Lisa said...

Love the picture of the dogs locked up. Yay for mother-daughter time and yay for BlackBerrys