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The Day Before School Starts

It is the day before school  starts. Here are 20 things going on around our house:

1.) The Husband is at work.

2.) The Husband does not know that I did not go to work today.
3.) The Short Chic is having a play date.


4.) I got my car washed and detailed today. Finally, it is clean!
5.). The water to our neighborhood has been shut off while a leak has been repaired.
6.) My BodyMedia stopped working today. I have to send it in to get a new one.


7.)  While practicing driving today, The Boy ran a red light. Yes, with his mother in the car!

8.) I made it to the bank today.
9.) I got an oil change on my car.
10.)The Boy, his romantic interest and I went to Red Mango.



11.) The Boy and I have spent the day watching The Little League World Series.
12.) I made it to the Redbox to return movies.
13.) I took a nap in my rocking chair.
14.) The Boy took a nap as well.

15.) The Boy and I have gotten all his school supplies ready and packed away in a backpack.
16.)  I have a super cool boss that will allow me to stay home and spend this last day with The Boy before school starts!
17.) I actually like my hair today.

18.) I got to see a baseball mom. We stopped by her place of work. I miss baseball mom's after baseball season!
19.) Since I spent hours pre-cooking food on Friday, dinner is in the fridge and just needs to be heated!
20.) I can't believe summer vacation has come to an end and that tomorrow my little boy will be a sophomore!


Comments

  1. You took the day off today and went to Red Mango?

    And you think I never read your blog...

    Sincerely,

    Your Husband

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  2. Did you see number 9?? I got my oil changed!

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  3. LOL...that post from your hubby is awesome. I know mine secretly reads mine as well...Your newest follower from the Monday Mingle.
    Anissa from Chasing Hailey
    http://chasinghailey.blogspot.com/

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  4. Hi! I'm a new follower from the blog hop! Come over and visit me whenever you get a chance! :) I love that comment from your hubby up there! LOL!

    xoxo ♥ Shar
    http://sharmartinez.blogspot.com

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  5. i must get my car cleaned too!

    Have a wonderful week! Stop by nichollvincent.blogspot.com and say hello! :)

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  6. LOVE this!!!!
    Megs

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