Mondays just keep coming back! Haven’t we fired these Mondays yet?
Bailey came over on Saturday and we played. I thought that maybe Stuffed Puppy might have learned something about playing after watching Bailey. So on Sunday, I gave Stuffed Puppy one of the bones that Bailey left at our house. And he took to it like a champ!
I was so excited, I said, “Look Wizard, I think he’s chewing on the bone!”
Wizard said, “It’s a big bone, it’ll keep him busy while we go to the movies.”
So Wizard and I went to see KILLERS. (Funny movie!) Then we went home. I was so excited to see what Stuffed Puppy had done with the bone. Maybe he’s finally…doing something. Anything. I ran in the house, and frowned. Stuffed Puppy hadn’t moved. At all. See for yourself:
“Wizard, I’m telling you, there’s something wrong with that dog!”
Wizard smirked. “I think he’s the perfect dog.”
So how was your weekend?
June 14th, 2010 at 8:45 am · Link
LOL…the wizard is a hard person to crack.
My weekend was good. I went to visit my sister and family in North Carolina where I attended my nephew’s middle school graduation. Then I met up with some friends who lived within an hour of my sister and we had a good time catching up.
June 14th, 2010 at 8:51 am · Link
My weekend was actually a lot of fun. Friday night I practiced with my daughters softball team and then she had a tournament on Saturday. They lost their first two games, but one was against a team that thinks they are professionals, coaches are rough on the girls and you can tell they are drilled pretty hard. The second one was really close and daughter, along with the rest of the girls, played awesome so I was proud even though the lost.
Later Saturday my brother-in-law and his family came over for a cookout and a few drinks. We have an empty lot beside our house so all of the kids pulled out the gloves and bats and were taking turns batting. They needed a pitcher so I went over to join in and next thing I know brother-in-law comes over to play. He had about half a case of beer in him by that point and it was funny as all heck watching him play half drunk, lol. I was waiting for him to take out one of the windows on the cars parked across the alley, kids had been controlling their hits to stay away from the cars but he just kept wailing it. It was so dark you couldn’t even see the ball and he just wouldn’t stop playing, lol. Hubby had joined in by this point, it was great seeing him “play” with his brother. Probably something they havn’t done in a good 20 years.
Yesterday I dropped daughter off to go to Ocean City with a church group for the week. It is her first time at the beach, neither hubby or I are big beach people. She was so excited she almost forgot to say bye to me, lol. I miss her already, sad to say but she’s my best friend, don’t know what I’m going to do without her for the week.
June 14th, 2010 at 9:51 am · Link
We had a good weekend. Our oldest came home on Friday from spending the week with cousins in the country.
Saturday morning we had TKD testing and the three of us that tested all passed. YAY!
That afternoon I had a tea with a local book club and quite a few authors were there. Rosemary Clement-Moore, Jaye Wells, Dakota Cassidy, Michele Bardsley, Kimberly Frost and Claire Avery (or the two sisters that write as her). It was a great time!
June 14th, 2010 at 12:13 pm · Link
Dru, congrats to your nephew! Now it’s onto high school
June 14th, 2010 at 12:14 pm · Link
Val, LOL on your brother in law! The game sounds fun, and I hope you got some video of brother in law!
June 14th, 2010 at 12:15 pm · Link
Amanda, congrats on passing! The author tea sounds like so much fun!
June 14th, 2010 at 5:28 pm · Link
Wow, where have I been all day? Sheesh.
Sounds like you had a fun weekend, Jen. And congrats to your son, Dru. And that vacant lot game sounds like a blast, Val. And way to go, Amanda. =oD
Here, I took Daughter to take her ACT. It was an hour away so I spent the time shopping and chilling out. Oh, and I got a new haircut, too. She thinks she aced the English exams, but she’s not as confident about the Science and the Math portions. We’ll know in 6-8 wks. I think I was more stressed than she was because after we got home, I fell apart. Keep your collective witchy fingers crossed for her. =o)
June 14th, 2010 at 8:10 pm · Link
B.E., my fingers are crossed! It’s so ridiculous to make you wait so long for the results!
June 14th, 2010 at 10:52 pm · Link
Heh, better than the CSAP test – the standardized test all kids in CO have to take every other year. That one she used to take in March and get the results for in September. At least it helped me build a little patience. ;o)