Saturday, October 17, 2009

Hardship Duty


It's raining.

It's cold.

And Larry and David are off backpacking in the woods with the Boy Scouts. Have I mentioned that I'm glad I'm a girl?

I'll just hang out here with the little ones and keep the home fires burning. Maybe we'll make some hot cocoa, to ward off the chill. Parcheesi, anyone?

It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it...

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12 comments:

  1. It's raining. It's cold. I'm sorting the kids' clothing. No hot chocolate involved. Blech.

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  2. I'm wearing shorts and flip-flops right now.

    Try not to hate me.

    If you are hating me, you can console yourself with the knowledge that my hometown usually catches on fire about this time of year. Also, it costs $583 to fill my gas tank.

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  3. I always volunteer for home duty. It's a calling.

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  4. Mmm. Andy took the boys to Chuck E Cheese's so I can get rid of my killer headache. Sometimes we win.

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  5. ooo...sounds so much better than playing boy scouts with a ton of testosterone

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  6. It's 84 degrees here in L.A. and I have the A.C. on. Wanna trade?

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  7. Boy scouts are silly. Why go camping in the rain, when you can have a sleep over in the elementary school gym like our local girl scouts do? We still go to the girl scout camp and camping, but not until the weather gets much warmer.

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  8. Oh, I'm with you all the way on this one!

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  9. I love being a girl, too. Anything gross to do? Man's job. Except for childbirth.

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  10. Shorts weather in Nor Cal, too. But I did have to wear a sweater to 8 am soccer...

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  11. It was 50 outside when I woke up today! I woke my kiddos up and we spent the day at the zoo, went out for dinner, and then picked out pumpkins at the pumpkin patch. After I put the little ones to bed, I grabbed the dogs and went walking. I LOVE, love, love the cold. Today the temp never got out of the 60's, first time in over a year the low hasn't been in the 80's!

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