If I had to pick a favorite toy from my childhood it would probably have to be Strawberry Shortcake dolls. I loved them like they were real people.
These are from my childhood.
Though I’ve tried to stay away from sales (because we have a crud load of stuff to move) I couldn’t help myself when Maggie and I stumbled on a sale. I was giving her a driving lesson and we were in this cute little neighborhood, looking back it’s kind of like the car just drove there on its own.
We found these dolls, and a crud load (phrase of the day, I guess) of stuff. I want to open them and smell their musty/fruity smell.
And if that isn’t exciting enough I’m going to leave in a minute to pick up our oldest gurl at the teeny tiny airport. She is flying on a teeny tiny plane to come visit us, her family.
She overslept this morning and woke to her taxi honking outside. She texted me to tell me she forgot her computer charger and her underwear. I texted her back that it is okay because I am her mother and I will buy her new underwear.
And lastly I shall tell you that on Friday as my shy son Sam was about to leave for a banquet dinner he asked if he could wear some of his Dad’s cologne. I said no but I’m sure I had a (SAY WHAT???) kind of look on my face. He has yet to shave and still has peach fuzzy cheeks like his little brother.
Though now that Sam is older I don’t kiss his cheeks as much as I used to. It’s not so much as a kiss really, it’s more like a mwuh mwuh which lucky for me Henry doesn’t mind a bit.
It looks as if he is playing with a chewed up piece of pizza, but it’s Play Doh. When you are four you have to mix the colors even though this can be very upsetting for those around you who are in the 8 yr old age range.
Shall we summarize today’s word usage?
crud load- 2
Happy day, friends!