Sunday, April 19, 2009

I do not like Easter Grass

It should be banned I tell you, banned!! I am currently finding it in every cranny of the house.

I took The Collective to church this morning, as DH had to work yet another weekend! GO TEAM!

Afterward I noted I was feeling better. So I thought, I could run to the store and do some shopping, etc.

HA, I overestimated how good I was feeling. I really want another nap. And the napping seems to be working to make me feel better. I am sure when I am 80% I will be back to my regular insomniac self.

I thought I would set up the croquet to help the kids keep busy and out of the house. I have too much to catch up on here...and wanted them out. That is what happens when Moms are down with whatever, the fridge empties, the crap piles up....and now I am waiting for them to beat each other to death with mallets...

6 comments:

Tori Lennox said...

Easter grass and Christmas tree icicles both have this magical property of never being completely gone.

Aria said...

I'm glad that you are feeling better. I think the idea of children playing croquet is lovely. Something that I want my kids to learn, even if there is the risk of them beating themselves to death with mallets...

Linda said...

3 words: Edible Easter Grass....

it's good, it's tasty, and there's a lot less cleanup (it crumbles, so it doesn't mess up the brushes on the vacuums!)

tammi said...

I TOLD you this morning to take it easy....you are sooo stubborn. ;-)

And you better watch out, those babies may bury each other under mounds of that. Or mix it with water to make paste....the possibilities are endless with those two!

Guard Wife said...

Naps are good for recharging. I used to not be able to nap to save my life. I think I've finally become sleep deprived enough over the years that exhaustion sets in with lovely physical symptoms (headaches, nausea, etc.) that make my entire body feel like it's screaming "LIE DOWN!! NOW!!" So, I do. :)

TAKE IT EASY. Why do you not listen to me (or Tammi, apparently)??

Richmond said...

Easter grass keeps turning up here too. Yeesh... Hope you feel better!