Thursday, January 10, 2008

Not the only one

to have a bad day, apparently. Little Miss A came home from school with roses in her cheeks from the cool air and the exercise, but a quivering lip as she told me dire tales of her day, something about a chalkboard falling on her head ("it made a bump!"), her best friends not wanting to play with her and (the worst of all) one of the little boys at school telling her her dog is fat! It didn't help that I laughed at that last one, either. She said it was NOT funny.

Thankfully there are chocolate chip cookies in the oven.

1 comment:

Constance said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am excited about the trunk being refinished. Right now, I have it in our bedroom and keep extra books and my childhood stuffed animals stored inside. I want to be able to make it more functional and store blankets inside it. With a cedar lining on the bottom, it shouldn't smell old and musty any more! Right now, I have a pretty throw covering the top of it because imo, it's not that pretty to look at it no matter how much sentiment is attached to it.

Isn't it funny how chocolate chip cookies can solve a multitude of problems? Too bad we can't give leaders of foreign countries a plateful along with a cold glass of milk and see if they can't play together more nicely!

Between your "shallow thoughts" and my own "slim pickens" we make quite a pair of deep thinkers! Tee Hee!