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10 April 2009 @ 04:30 pm
Friday five  
1. Met bride to be at mall where she was getting hair cut. Youngest resident of back bedroom managed to squeeze in a cut, too, and is so happy (for now).

2. Picked up all the stuff for Easter dinner. Was just going to be three, now five. Could be more by Sunday. Ham, turkey, cranberries (the real kind), green bean casserole, stuffing (I am from the East and we do not do dressing).

3. Scored five more wildflowers for resident's &^$#% biology project. She has 22 and needs 25. I guess we will drive another 50 miles out of town to find them. What are we learning here???

4. When we came back, we discovered that the women who were cleaning the house when we took off this morning had left the front door open. Thankfully, the screen door shut tightly or I would be in jail for murder. Scout looked up as we entered as if to say, "O hai. Anything for me in dose bags?"

5. Resident and better half are watching DVDs in the other room: "Switchblade" series from some years ago. Bad, bad, bad. I watched about five minutes and could not stop the sarcastic commentary. Thus, I am banished to the bedroom to read with Scout and Rocky. Boo hoo..


Happy Easter, Good Passover, y'all.

BEDA09 update: 10 for 10
 
 
Current Location: bed!
Current Mood: hack hack
Current Music: does Scout purring count?
 
 
 
(Anonymous) on April 10th, 2009 10:00 pm (UTC)
Youngest child had to gather 60 back in junior high. Now, ten years later, we still laugh as we drive down the highway during the spring and sometimes giggle "Oh, did we get one of those!?"
Katherine Quimbywordsrmylife on April 11th, 2009 12:20 am (UTC)
Ah for stuffing, properly stuffed! Mind you, I'll eat dressing, but it's a completely different creature if it is not cooked inside the bird or between two chops.
ext_179519 on April 11th, 2009 04:36 am (UTC)
Is there a facebook group for victims of the wildflower project?
No one in my family can ever drive down a road during wildflower season without looking intently for the ones we need. We actually bemoaned the construction of an apartment complex across the street from my old high school, because we found so many wildflowers for my project there.

For the record, I learned nothing from this project except how to illegally pick wildflowers without being caught.

Katie
Jody Feldmanjodyfeldman on April 12th, 2009 02:38 pm (UTC)
What Are We Learning Here?
Resident = 0
You = aggravation potential
Signed,
Been There

Edited at 2009-04-12 02:38 pm (UTC)