I finally finished the backdrops for my son's production of "The Jungle Book". All seemed to be running along smoothly until it was time for transport. My smallish SUV wasn't big enough so I had to recruit a neighbor with a mammoth Expedition.
I weasled my way into an Etsy treasury this week called "We Are Family". That was cool.
I recently saw this T-Mobile commercial and for some reason it caused a lump in my throat. Many songs and displays of fellowship bring out that reaction in me. I discovered that it is something Waterstone and I have in common - hymns, Christmas songs, and patriotic songs make us cry. Now, a Christmas song IN church??? The National Anthem at a football game??? Forget about it, let the waterworks begin!
Speaking of sing-alongs, yesterday was Mother's Day Tea at Kindergarten, and I got to be Queen for the Day - complete with a crown! The kids entertained us with several songs
Then served us a lovely snack of cookies, crackers and cheese
Then gave us lots of handmade gifts, including my crown, along with hugs and kisses. It was a pretty good day.
I have a fun idea for Mother's Day. If you can't be with your mom on that day, you could plan ahead and hide a gift for her in her house during an earlier visit. Make sure it's someplace she'd never look. Then you could hide clues around, starting under the computer printer. She could follow the clues to her gift. Yeah.
No, seriously, Mom...go check under the printer!
This caused me nightmares all night: