Thursday, March 31, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Friday, March 25, 2011
Not just any ol' Grandma here...we're talking
Great Grandma (aka Oma).
The other day my daughter-in-law asked if we could watch the girls.
Are you kidding?
We couldn't wait to get our hands on them!
I called my Mom and told her to stop over for a visit with these wee little charmers.
Of course I had to take tons of pictures...
and each one was better than the next,
so, I posted them all!
This is the newest addition to our family... Kaylee Marie.
Pardon me while I creep into her four month old brain and
add "her" comments.
"I like this woman...she has nice fingers to hold onto!"
"Gwamma...stop bugging me for a picture...
can't you see I'm trying to play with Oma's fingers?!"
So, Oma decided she wanted a picture with both girls on her lap.
I caught the picture quick because Kierstin was on the move.
She had no time for picture taking...
there were things to do...pets to pester.
"Geesh...what's her problem...it's cuddly and fun up on Oma's lap!"
A little later...
Joe got the honor to entertain Kaylee in her bouncy chair.
(I think the grandmas were taking a coffee break.)
He must have been doing something right...
"I like you...you've got nice hair."
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
When I heard he was joining an interval training class
I asked if I could tag along.
We even got James on board!
Joey decided to stay behind and help Dad finish a project.
Between us, I think he was a little afraid because we
heard the instructor can be a bit intense.
Hello Old Friend...I haven't seen you in, well, a way long time.
And we'll leave it at that.
As I was taking the above shot I glanced at the time...
"Oh no, we're running late by 2 minutes...
let's get in there quick because we don't want to get the
Ten in all.
Kettle bells and push-ups for upper body.
Jump rope and shadow boxing for cardio.
Four Ab stations...ouch!
Intermixed with squats and lower body torture chambers.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Friday, March 18, 2011
Here's a corner of my kitchen.
My mom got me that mug tree from an antique store in
Noblesville for Christmas. I had been looking for one
all summer...who knew how hard they were to acquire?
I loved that red so much I had my hubby spray paint my calendar
frame that same brick red.
About that calendar...
I've gotta know if anyone else does this.
Whenever I get my new calendar (at January's half-off)
I find that although I like most of the monthly pictures...
it is usually only one that "speaks to me" and I wish I could
leave it up all year.
That would be March's in this case.
It isn't the sentiment, "Keep Good Company...Share Your Stories"...
For me...it's all about the Bialetti...