Munchie Boy: "My arms still hurt from my swim meet."
Me: "That's because you tried really hard to do your best."
M.B.: "Well, I am the walrus, coo coo ca choo! And you know what that means?"
Me: "No, what?"
M.B. "That means you're the Egg Man."
Then we both broke out in a fit of laughter!
Do you all remember my post about my brother-in-law, Larry? His surgery went well and he is now undergoing his first of 3 rounds of chemotherapy. That, however, is not going so well (fever, chills, fatigue, etc.) If you are so inclined I'd like to ask you all to offer up a prayer or a sacrifice in his honor today. Thanks.
I finally mailed all the Christmas packages yesterday. That, plus stamps for the Christmas cards (that I have yet to write and address), cost almost $50. Yikes!
A Conversation with Mr. Sister:
Me: "I'd love a Kitchen Aid for Christmas."
Mr. Sister: "What are you going to do with a Kitchen Aid?"
Me: "Cook, bake, you name it."
Mr. Sister: "You don't bake, now!"
Me: "Well, I would if I had a Kitchen Aid!"
And now, for your listening and viewing pleasure: The Charlotte Children's Choir performing All is Well on December 13, 2009. (My daughter is 2nd from left, top row) Enjoy!
(Hard to believe they are all between 11-15 years old!)