It's Thursday evening and I have no idea why I'm so tired seeing as how if you asked Hilary Rosen, my homemaker/mommy job would not be considered "work". I'd like to invite her to do my job for a day or so, I'm betting that would take her definition of the term "worked" to a whole 'nother level!
**Really this is not a political blog, don't worry, I just couldn't resist that one!**
I love what Ann Romney's son, Josh, commented via Twitter saying his mother “is one of the smartest, hardest working women I know. Could have done anything with her life, chose to raise me.”
If you come to my front door, you might see this scene:
Really it doesn't mean my entire house is trashed (although maybe it does), my kids just like to set up elaborate camps, complete with tons of dolls and stuffed animals, right in the entryway!
I took Little Girl for an appointment yesterday, a place where you ride an elevator up from the garage parking and then get a 2nd elevator from the lobby of the building up to the floor you're visiting. The 4 different elevator rides reminded me I need to document the cuteness before it disappears, right now Little Girl calls it an "alligator" not elevator! I kinda hope she never gets it right!
You cannot imagine my glee when the notice came home about my 3rd grader's science fair project assignment and there were the words, "This project will be a mostly in-class assignment." Did I mention how much I LOVE this teacher?!!!
I really do like helping my kids with school work. I enjoy science. Heck, I majored in science in college! But, Science Fair? With the hypothesis and the backboard with all the headings and write-up and border and results and pictures -- torture! But, don't tell my 3rd grader I said that because he's excited about his first science fair!
We have this bush in our backyard with flowers that change from deep purple to light purple to white. Someone much wiser in plants than I told me it was called a "Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow". So fun this time of year when it blooms! It's like a little bit of magic right in our backyard!
Happy Friday, Friends!