I really scored this piece of awesome for $20 bucks at a garage sale this weekend. It’s from Pottery Barn Kids. Only I bought it from a lady moving to Canada. I love it when people move to Canada.
Pottery Barn doesn’t sell it any longer. Good thing, none of us could have afforded it.
The manager of a local movie theater really lost the key to the um, door to the theater and sent the line of 20 people away who were waiting to see the first showing of Hunger Games on Saturday morning.
Sometimes I’m really able to convince my children that work is fun.
I really did go back to the same theatre the next day and get free popcorn and coke for my troubles. It was a well done movie, but I also think it’s disturbing. But it should be, right? My two cents.
This wooden box is really hanging inside the door of a country Baptist church where my kids had their piano recital this weekend:
The little sign reads: “In case of the disappearance of True Christians, there are instructions located in the above box to help those who are left behind.
And it really brought up interesting conversation with my kiddos!
And just like that, the weekend is really over.