Monday, June 27, 2005


Today we went nowhere. I am a goer, I love to go at least 1 place each day. I usually like to go to the grocery store A LOT. So I usually spend too much $. This paycheck needs to go VERY FAR!! My brother Jon turned 21 so Josh took him out and played pool and bought him a few drinks, my other brother Nate graduated so we had his graduation party. We bought Jon a radio for his car for his graduation, so we had to shell out some good $ to Nate since he doesn't have a car to put a radio into. We also have Merci's birthday party and vacation to pay for with this check...oh yeah and those lovely things called bills! So the morale of my story is I have to keep myself busy and not go anywhere this week! Call me, keep me company...this is very hard for me. I do have to go rent The Pacifier tommorow because see I have this thing for Vin Diesel ( not even sure if I spelled his name right!) Ok so I lied we did go to my moms and swim.

Happy 24 year anniversary mom and dad!!

Also my little Ethan fell all the way down our steps..hey Andy B weren't we just talking about that on he hadn't fallen yet, and how these little boys like to play on the steps..ugh! It was such an awful feeling watching my little baby tumble down the steps(12) and knowing I couldn't catch him. I thought he'd have to go to the hospital by the looks of it, but he seems fine. I have to wake him up a few times tonight per the doctor to make sure he is ok. Head injuries could show up more than 2 hours later. Poor little guy probably has an awful headache=(

Welcome home Shanely Rae..I tried to make it to the airport but Ethan was a little irratable. I cannot wait to see you Friday. Friday at 7 at Amy and Mike's is her welcome home party for those who didn't know and want to come! Well I love you all, time to be couch potato!!


Jason said...

Holy crap, that's the magical paycheck. That is a lot of stuff to try to get with one paycheck...well, unless you get paid once every six months. I don't remember really caring about falling down the steps. Apparently I cried about it when I was young, but by the time I was 4 or 5 I'd just fall down the steps all of the time and not really complain too much. As far as I've heard we never had a gate to block me, so I just continually fell down the stairs about 5 or 6 times a week for about 4 years. I never thought about it, but maybe that explains some things about me.

Kelmo said...

Jason, I remember falling down the stairs so much that I think we actually made an art of it. You see with just enough arc you can tumble down the stairs with exhilarating speed and up with your legs over your head when you hit the wall at the bottom of the stairs. I remember enjoying those days, if only my body was still small enough to curl up like that.

Donna I really enjoy hearing your little updates about your kids because not only are they both incredibly adorable, but so are you. You have a great perspective on life and I love reading about it.

Donna said...

Kelly I read some of your blog today. I didn't know you had a blogspot one! Hey you can switch lives with me for a week and see if you still think it sucks to be CAN"T have all of the of the perks though. That might not be appropirate and I haven't even talked to Josh yet!=) I am sure your man is right around the corner! Love ya

Autumn said...

I think I would be a "goer" if I didn't have three children in carseats. HA HA! It is seriously a lot of work to go anywhere with these munchkins... not to mention the getting ready before we even walk out the door... and I know what you mean about the grocery store. It's like my playground! We should swap tips on saving $$$ at the grocery store.

Autumn said...

p.s. I think the reason I like Giant Eagle and grocery shopping so much (other than the fact that it's so consumer friendly) is that it's the one thing I feel "justified" spending money on, you know like I'm "allowed" to spend money there

Donna said...

I feel the same way..."well we need food"!! I don't feel guilty=)