Monday, August 3, 2009

Oh sugar!

I was planning to make a pumpkin pie today. But while I was feeding the baby bunnies, who are still doing great by the way, Zoe decided the sugar needed to be released from captivity and she was just the missionary to help bring about such freedom.

I figured I could get really mad, or I could write in it and take a picture then blog about it. So I did the latter. I'm still bummed about not being able to make pumpkin pie though....

While you're here, looky what I picked up for $1.50 at a yard sale on Saturday!

I've been so desperate for a large dry erase board. The kids are loving solving math puzzles on it and are keen to start homeschooling soon so we can use the board.

Oh, and for those who are asking how the dreads are coming along, I just snapped up a couple pics in the mirror.

Some of them are looking and feeling awesome. Others are straggly. They are tangling together a lot and requiring a lot of maintenance. But I'm still happy with them and enjoying the journey.

In other a couple days we're off to Florida! Yay. We're going to my cousin's wedding, which I can't wait to snap up pics at. She's gorgeous and I'm sure it will be a beautiful day. We're also doing Disney for a birthday present for Kaya. I'd better get packing!


Michelle M. said...

Punky dumped a whole gallon of milk a few months ago- so I know the feeling :)

Great find!

The dreads look good so far :)

And have fun in FL. Can't wait to see photos.

DJ said...

That's HILARIOUS!!!! Yep, she's a monkey alright. Oh, I can just imagine the internal struggle you were having there! LOL

Morgan said...

Love your positive attitude! :)

Blessedw5mom said...

OH! my what a sweet sweet sugary mess! Glad you captured that memory! And I am in love with the dreads! keep taking pictures for us readers please.

I'm dreaming of Disney days!!! But we don't go there till Oct.

2Shaye ♪♫ said...

YAY for you capturing the memory of the sugar. I do that too--snap pictures of unimaginable messes my kids make. One day when I'm long gone, my great grandchildren will wonder why I have all sorts of pictures of spills and messy-house shots. I just have to document the journey. LOL

The dreds still look great!