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In our classroom today we were suppose to be comparing two different texts with similar themes. The story today was of a boy named Carlos who started out really wanting a particular breed of dog. As the story progresses, the … Continue reading
“The Cubs are on a roll in the replay of the game!” exclaimed Cody shortly after he had just seen them lose to the Pittsburgh Pirates. I simply shook my head, smiled, and agreed with him.
At the dining room table this evening, someone farted. The offensive noise clearly came from across the table so Husband and I were off the hook. That only left Cody and Carter. husband: Who farted? Denial. From both parties (although, … Continue reading
Carterisms – cute, funny, and/or simply worth-remembering comments that come out of the mouth of Carter. I write them for me, but think you may enjoy them as well. Yesterday Carter came home from school with his spelling test from … Continue reading
The main problem with being sick on New Year’s Day is that people don’t believe you. They just assume you are “New Year’s Eve Sick”. I was sick, and it was not New Year’s Eve style sick but a real … Continue reading
I am not one to splurge, especially on myself. But today, I did. It wasn’t much of a splurge as far as splurges go, but it made me very happy and it was inexpensive. It was a bracelet, four stretchy … Continue reading
It was after dinner. Cody was taking a shower and Carter was suppose to be picking out a nice Christmas card – from my ever-growing collection of leftover Christmas cards from years past –for his teacher. I could not find … Continue reading
cody: Carter, wouldn’t it be soooo cooool if we were in an accident and after the airbags inflated and saved us, they popped open and they were filled with candy?!? I don’t know about you all, but immediately after a … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon Carter and I were sitting pool-side enjoying popsicles. His was raspberry. Mine was lime. It was hot, maybe 108 or so and the popsicles were dripping. Try as we might, we could not keep up with the drips. … Continue reading