I don't really have much to blog about today. Spent a little time today trying to find places to put the $182 worth of stuff we got at Sam's Club last night. All I needed was dinner napkins and some Kleenex. Cold season is almost upon us and we can never have too much Kleenex in the house. However, I guess we can have too much other stuff because I CAN NOT cram another item in the pantry. I swear if a siege was ever put upon our town, we certainly could survive 6 months on the amount of food in this house. It's ridiculous really. It started out innocently enough. A dvd for Hannah (Barbie's The Magical Pegasus - now there's an exciting movie to watch over and over ad nausea), some dinner napkins, Cascade and Kleenex. Then it happened. The buggy turned down towards the food. Things started flowing into the buggy. A 6lb bag of mixed nuts in the shell. 4 lb Keilbasa. 2 lb Velveeta. 10 lb Sweet Potatoes. A gallon of syrup, 6lb bag of pancake mix, 4 lb box of muffin mix. Trailmix. Why in God's name do we need so much food? Does anyone else buy in bulk like this and then have a hard time finding places to store it?
Came across a couple really neat sites if you're bored. The first is Snowdays. Really.... a cool site if you like to make snowflakes out of paper. The other is Carve a Pumpkin. Admit it... don't you love to cut up a good pumpkin and not have the mess to clean up? Have a great time with both of these sites...... and don't get addicted to them! lol
Speaking of pumpkins. I came across a couple photos of drawings that Hannah had done when she was younger. Here is her first pumpkin drawing:
This is one title "Hannah & Mommy" from Oct 2002. Hannah was 4 yrs old. I guess this is how she saw me. All frazzled with a deer in the headlight look on my face. I have a big round circle body and hair sticking up all over my head.