Tuesday, April 22, 2008

hmmm...

Do you ever wonder what on earth is in all those little containers in the refrigerator? I mean, honest to Pete, I'm fairly certain that I didn't put all of those in there. And I'm a little afraid to open them and see exactly what they contain. I suspect that I will spend my morning, exploring/cleaning the refrigerator. Because I like a challenge.

Life seems to be fairly calm at the moment.

I finally found a new swimsuit (for those of you who couldn't sleep at night, worrying over whether or not I ever would.) to go along with the eight extra pounds that I picked up during my winter hibernation. Perhaps now I should begin the quest to find new workout clothes to help me shed said pounds. (I wonder if fretting over extra poundage causes one to burn calories?)

The family seems to be reasonably healthy for today. (Of course, most of the family is still asleep, but I've decided that they are healthy. Think positive!)

Cinderella is getting ready to finish up her semester. I'm not sure how many papers/finals she has left, but surely it's less than last week. The Boy is grounded due to a lack of academic excellence. And excessive phone chatting. And video gaming. And every time I hear the words, "I'm bored" leaving his precious little lips, I have a wonderful excursion planned. Like perhaps, cleaning out the refrigerator. Or, even better, emptying all those little bowls. Surely no one could be bored while playing, "name what food that used to be." I'm thinking he'll be cured of his boredom in no time flat. And perhaps his geometry grade will improve as well. Hmmm...maybe we can find the circumference of the large brown thing in that bowl. Cause I'm all about that constant learning thing.

The 64 tropical plants are slowly making their way outside now that spring has sprung in Kentuckiana. Most are not currently happy with their climate change. They, like us, will adjust though. (They will probably be thrilled to know that no more dog bones will be buried in their dirt until next fall.)

In other words, life is pretty much normal around our house. I hope it's the same at yours. May your day be filled with adventure. I'm off to conquer the refrigerator.

5 comments:

Ang baylis said...

You are hilarious! It seems these days our refrigerator is full of boxes, lots of boxes. We've played the game... "Restaurant" too often. I think it's time to walk around with a garbage bag! It's a beautiful day in Michigan!

Congrats on finding a swim suit!
Love,
Angie xoxo

annie's eyes said...

Glad all is well at your home so far. The dreaded refrigerator day--I have a new motto at restaurants since we are eating out so much more. It is more environmentally sound to not take home the extra white boxes than to leave the food which won't get eaten anyway. And yet, the produce drawer of my fridge is the scariest spot in the house! Hope your morning is enjoyed. And eight? You can carry that because we're tall like that. I bet you look great in that suit. I haven't had the courage to do that yet. You are a brave woman, Karen. Love, Anntte

hello jessi! said...

I think there are at least three kinds of barbecue in those little boxes.
Please, let's give barbecue a break.

The Wizard said...

Thanks for the chuckle

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