Monthly Archives: March 2009



It’s been confirmed….Andrew has mono. Since it’s a virus, medicine isn’t an option. It’s just one of those things that has to run its course. He’s been sleepy for days and has an on-again/off-again fever. We kept him out of school for two days but the doctor said it takes about four weeks for the virus to leave your system. Fortunately, he can still go to school and church as long as he doesn’t kiss or lick anyone.

Looks like I’ve caught the mono bug from Andrew (probably from kissing him or sharing a drink). This isn’t fun but now you know why I won’t be blogging much this week.

Tagged by the "Scrapbooking Queen"


I have a friend who is the best darn scrapbooker I’ve ever seen, met, or known. She is also a fine photographer and photo editor (I have much to learn from her). She is the craziest DISNEY fan I’ve ever come across and she has been my main source of DISNEY information in preparation for our trip to Orlando in June.

Anywhooooo, she tagged me: Pull the 6th picture from the 6th folder. I’m no photo editor but I think my sweet son and his cousin make the picture far cuter than any software program could. Thanks, Amanda!

Ritz Pix $.06 prints every Tues/Wed. (WOLF Camera)


Did you know you can upload your digital pictures to Ritx Pix and pick them up at the store for only $.06 on Tuesday and Wednesday of each week? This is a deal! You pay no shipping charges (duh) since they are developed “in-house”. I only paid $3 for 50 prints last week. I think that’s a deal…unless you got a better one you want to share with me. Please do!

Our local RitzPix dealer is WOLF Camera over in The Landings.

Don’t leave the boys out


Oh no…the boys will not be left out. They each had a special friend to come and play with them, too. Funny thing is, all my kids’ friends are girls! We have got to have some more boys born or brought to our church, people!

Luke and A.C. enjoying some pretzels while sitting outside in the breeze.

Andrew helps K.M. (AKA “Piglet”) take a few steps around the house.