Tuesday, September 9, 2008

10 Things Tuesday

What I am thankful for today:

  1. Maddie's teacher told me that she has been very good at school so far (3 days). Any parent of a 2 yr old understands the significance of this.

  2. After living in a college town our entire married life, Jeff and I have finally decided to embrace ASU and become loyal fans. Go Red Wolves!!!

  3. Tailgating was super fun this past weekend. I think we cooked almost 100 hamburgers and hot dogs! (I say we, but I didn't do any cooking, I just chased kids.)

  4. Baby ibuprofen. Eliza has run a "teething fever" off and on for 2 days.

  5. I heard two good dance songs while I was driving today: "shake your groove thing" and "vogue". And yes ... I was striking a pose at every stop light. I am that cool.

  6. I also heard a song by the cranberries ! I loved the cranberries back in the '90's when I was still hip and relevant. ( wait... was listening to the cranberries ever hip?)

  7. Ladies Bible study began today! I didn't get to go (see #4) but plan on being there next week!

  8. I was invited to join MOPS (mothers of pre-schoolers) today. They meet during Sophie's ballet class so I won't make it, but it always feels so good to be invited to something. :)

  9. The Cubs are beating the Cardinals right now. (that's for you, B. J.)

  10. The girls already picked out their clothes for tomorrow and hung them on their door knobs ready to go. They don't .... match exactly, but still - time saved.


Brian, Jamie, Molly & Sarah said...

Ladies Bible Class is great and a wonderful report on a 2 year old, even better!!

Mrs. Brownstone @ XBOX Wife said...

Great list!!

I hope Eliza feels better soon!

Come link up!!

Andria said...

When did ASU become the "Red Wolves" -- I had no idea!

abc said...

I love all those songs and would be rockin' out in the driver's seat if I heard them, too. And, I don't know if I'll ever get used to the Red Wolves? I'm all for being non-racist, but I don't like change.

HisFireFly said...

Yes, go Cubbies!! They're my home town team, and my folks still ive in the area. With the Cubs, hope never dies, we could learn from that.

Liz said...

My sisters (21 and 18 respectively) have 'discovered' the Cranberries. I fell out laughing when they made me a cd with those songs on it... they really thought they were sharing something new and good.

I snorted and said, "Uh, I was listening to this thirteen years ago." And then they looked at me with sympathy, poor old woman that I've turned into. Humphf.

Jill said...

Oh, I so wish I could get my girlies to pick out their clothes the night before! You go girl... you must be super mommy or something!

Kim said...

I always enjoy your posts! And, I'm with right there with ya on the Cranberries!

Jules said...

I LOVED the Cranberries too!!!!!! I still want one of their cd's.
80's music is just hard to beat. I mean how many decades of music lets you Vogue at stoplights? (did I mention I tend to do that as well?) We really are too much alike.;)heh

Heather said...

I am jealous at how many friends you have that post comments!! WOW!I am also proud of how well Maddie is doing in school. Holly talks about her often!

AmyB said...

Love the Cranberries! They along with the Bangles are totally on my ipod! I really hope I can leave this post because I can already tell I cannot read the letters below...hopefully I can match them though...heehee!