I've got a few other things that I should be doing right now, my plate is fairly full today... oh well, two minute post.
Remember this delightful arrangement?
It's no longer needed. I made my own last night. APRIL, as far as I can tell those strawberries are not laced with anything. I don't know, I only ate them last night... and this morning... right after I worked out (is that counter productive?). And they were $1.50/lb. not $0.89/lb. Still that's pretty dang cheap for what they usually go for at this time of year. Oh but you do have to make at least a $4.00 purchase at this particular store to have them run a debit/credit card. "Unfortunately", I had to buy three containers of strawberries last night. Darn them for forcing my hand!
Want to hear what a great mom I am? Leah and I were driving merrily on our way over to a friend's house yesterday. After we left the house Leah kept popping her head around my seat so I could see her in my rear view mirror saying, "Hi mom! I see you!" I didn't think it was weird. Then the thought occurred to me, "She hasn't always been able to do that. Why can she now?" Not until I ALMOST entered the freeway did I realize that I had totally forgotten to buckle her in. Yep, I had put her in the seat and shut the door. You'd think I hadn't been buckling a child into a car seat for the past 2 1/2 years. Like it's a new theory for me to have to remember. Well, Leah had a blast. And I, well, I nearly had a heart attack when I realized that I could have recognized that situation at a much more crucial (and less opportune) time, like when I was on the freeway. I was instantly chastised when I pulled over to actually buckle her in. Leah called me, let me get this right, a, "Mean Mommy." She'll definitely thank me when she's older.
Oh and after editing and everything, this post ended up being a 9 minute post.