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facetious adjective tounge-in-cheek, kidding Oh, oh, oh. I love it when something strikes me as funny. Please pardon my facetiousness. My mr and I were just vegging in front of the picture box and we ran into some commercials. There were two commercials during the same commercial break for a certian specific type of birth control that used a very catchy jingle. (The vegging had just begun, I profess to not be a television junkie.) The joy I found in these commercials was compounded by the fact that we were watching the very large & growing Dugger family on TLC. I wonder if JimBob approved that. Post edit--It's Dec. 13th, and I've read that the dear family mentioned has given premature birth to their most recent child. Best wishes and prayers to them!!


Today our afternoon blew up. And it did not end badly. Earlier this week, miss h told me she was babysitting for them (and then waved her arm towards a neighbor's house behind ours) on Friday at 5:30pm. She has a standing twice a week babysitting job for a neighbor who lives on the street behind ours. So, as far as I was concerned, that's was her Friday night job. We'll call them neighbors A. I talked to neighbor A mom. She's from another country and does speak English with a beautiful, thick accent, most of the time I understand her. I did today. I heard "miss h (really she said miss h's given name), can she babysit, tonight, & 7pm until really late." Woohoo , since her job was starting later, she wouldn't miss piano lesson. Had miss h text said piano teacher - let her know all kids would be front and center for lessons. So glad that worked out. We have a very flexible and wonderful piano arrangement ---and teacher (the teacher is more wo

Time Flies

One of my biggest lessons yet has been that time flies. So, here is a picture of my sweet little speed racer. We also had a very cool quiddich player at our house on Halloween. The quiddich player's friend and brother joined the fray and we ate zombie dogs and carrots before they headed out for the evening's adventures. This was the night my player & his zombie doctor friends ventured out into the wilds of our neighborhood. Alone. And I did not pass out from fear. Miss s and I had a nice visit & we had a lot few visitors than last year. Miss h avoided the holiday by having her own adventure in the wild. The big boys didn't even stay out too late. And they didn't even hit all the neighborhood (it's really not that big). But they did very well treat and fun wise. And I grew up a little. And most all of little mr . b's (I'm not going to call the boys "master b & j" anymore) candy was gone by the time I rolled out of bed on my sleep