Okay, so I know I missed Wordless Wednesday, sorry! But for some reason Monday felt like it was about 3 days long, which made Tuesday feel like Thursday, and that makes today Saturday. Happy Valentines Day! All that, plus I just had no good ideas. I need to take more pictures throughout the week so I have more options when Wednesday rolls around.
There is really no point to this post today. Just a few things floating around in my little head.
First, if you live in the area and have not been to the Rocky Mountain Wingshak (in A.F. right next to Coldstone) then you are crazy. I've never been a fan of chicken wings so Jeremy had to kind of drag me to this place, but I am soooooooooo glad he did. It's DELICIOUS! We had the BBQ, but next time we go I want to try the Garlic Pepper wings. If you go, let me know what you got and how it was.
Second, I want to have a fun Valentines Dinner for our little family (Jeremy and I already went out) on the real Saturday, but haven't yet decided on what to make. If you have any GREAT ideas, please let me know.
Third, I haven't sewn anything in about a week and a half, and I miss it. Which is funny because it's only been recently that I've been sewing everyday, and I have really enjoyed it. I must get back to work--I have a quilt top that is calling to me from it's bag on my bedroom floor.
Fourth, Tyler says "Bezah" instead of "zebra" and Alexis says "Perfect makes practice" instead of "practice makes perfect". And then I die because their cuteness just kills me.
Fifth, Jeremy took me to see a girly movie, which is probably the first time ever. And he didn't even fall asleep! And he planned a whole bunch of other stuff (including disposal of the kids for the night) without me even knowing! I'm sure they will be awarding him "Husband of the Year" any day now.
Sixth, here's a picture since I didn't have one yesterday. It's of the kids and I on Sunday watching the CHEESIEST movie I've ever seen (made by some LDS folks, of course). But I was looking at the picture thinking, "why can't I take a good picture for once?" Because I can't--I am not photogenic at all. So I put it in photoshop (which I don't know how to use) and found an effect to apply to it, so now you can't see my blemishes or how tired my eyes look. Which makes it only slightly better. But doesn't it remind you of the photos they always put on like Dateline or Unsolved Mysteries of people who have died and they don't know how or who the killer is? A little morbid, but that's what it reminded me of. We are all alive and well though.
My brain is tired, kids are sleeping, I think I'll go watch Ellen.