Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Happy Thoughts

Well, here are a few happy things in spite of all the crapola going on lately—

• Hub was at Radio Shack last week looking for a new head set and came upon a TiVo marked down to $19.99. We’ve been wanting a new one because ours only records 1 thing at a time and you have to watch what is recording. Rather than buying a new $200 TiVo we were going to reluctantly succumb to DVR. Then this fell in his lap. YAY!
• He also came home yesterday with Seinfeld Scene It which we have been wanting for a while now. I hope we can play it this weekend.
• The baby is transitioning well to whole milk. We are at 2oz in every bottle right now with no issues. Moving to 3 tonight. We’ll need to buy a small can of formula, but that should be it FOREVER.
• I snipped some chives and oregano from my garden yesterday and made an impromptu tomato sauce and served it over whole wheat pasta. Man, I felt accomplished. And then when I posted about it on Facebook, someone said I was superwoman for managing 3 children a full time job AND a garden. Hardly true, but it made me feel pretty good.


Nowheymama said...

You *are* superwoman! Enjoy your TiVo!

Jess said...

I agree, definitely superwoman! Also, I can't believe you got a TiVo for $20!

Emily said...

I am impressed with the garden. We have a garden "spot" at our new house and I've yet to do anything with it.

Fear of failure, I think.

Anonymous said...

Accept it, lady. You ARE superwoman. It's okay to admit it.

Mommy Daisy said...

We still don't have TiVo or DVR or anything. Once in a while we'll use an old VCR tape to record something. Most things I can watch online when I miss it. At least I have that.

Matt's doing great with our garden. I would love it try an herb garden sometime, that sounds great.

I love that you got a compliment like that. It does give you a little mood boost.

Anonymous said...

You're amazing and that tivo thing flips my lid dude!!

I am really sorry to hear about your MIL. I hope that you and hubs are holding up. Stay strong. Love you, Paprika.

emily said...

haha Nate LOVES seinfeld scene it. I hope you get to play soon! :)