Taking PN to an activity today at The Childrens Museum, in good news, the even tis free of charge, because we are members.
"Apples an Autumn"
is the theme, and I am unsure what they will do.
I will say this, the poor thing is READY for school, and until I can find employment, she cannot go. She is my social butterfly.
So we will go and check it out, and I am hoping they offer a challenging activity.
It is bbrrrr.... here already. Fall is here.
I did make the collective pigs in blankets this morning, they thought it was hilarious.
I actually thought about turning the fireplace on, to take the chill off this morning.
SR is at my side explaining to me, that a quart is named as such because it is a quarter of a gallon.
I did realize I need to attack laundry today. I might actually watch a movie tonight, and catch up.
Things to do before it gets FREEZING
*PN needs a heavy coat
*WE need a sled
*Both kids need snowsuits
*we need a snowblower ASAP!!! (a large one, a nice one, we have a lot of sidewalk, and big driveway...any suggestions would be helpful)
Wednesday, October 08, 2008
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I always find myself wishing for an ADULT sized snowsuit. No one likes soggy, damp, icky, COLD jeans. :-)
Yay! Have fun at the museum.
I love, love, love, coats from Lands End. They are warm and they last. I don't have anything to offer on the snowblower. Sorry.
I cannot believe that child is not ready for school. Is there no God? No Nursery school?
She is READY....
it is just very $$$$
about $150 a week, and if Momma ain't working, I cannot do that...
she longs to go
Can't give you any advice on sleds, cold weather or cold weather clothes.
However, I can talk to you about sunscreen, rashguard shirts, and other sun protection items.
I just came back from my 45 minute run and its 83 deg with over 80% humidity and I damn near died... at 8PM. I need it to drop 10 deg. JUST 10 deg...
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