I'm going to admit - I'm a nail biter! There, now you know - it's out in the open! LOL I'm telling you this because today, I had my hair done and a manicure as well. The only reason I had the manicure was because it was something I won back before EASTER at the salon I go to. Of course, after I picked "the winning egg", I immediately said "Really, I won a manicure? When that lady that does nails sees my hands she's going to laugh and give me a pair of gloves to wear!" The gal at the front desk said "No she won't, she's real nice." Ok, that was reassuring - which is part of the reason I waited so long - the other part being because I kept biting my nails and there was nothing to "manicure"! LOL So, for the last three weeks or so leading up to my appointment today, I stopped nibbling at my fingertips. It was very hard to do but I am happy that I stopped biting them and went to get them done today. My nails look great - it just may be my incentive to stop biting them for good!
It's not quite Christmas yet but I did receive my most awesome gift already - yep, I am now a part of the front loader family! LOVE THEM! I can't believe I was able to wash a king size comforter and shams and have them completely dry in 30 minutes! Our old washer would have choked and then it would have taken the comforter at least 90 minutes to dry! Mike is impressed as well. It took about 25 minutes to dry 14 towels and I probably could have gotten more towels in the washer than that! Anyway, a HUGE hug for Mike for letting have my presents early! Oh, and did I mention it's going to save money on vacations... we'll just set a chair in front of them for the kids (see pic) No more Disney World!! joking of course...LOL...
Kaylee had a luncheon today at school for Thanksgiving. Thanks to my mom and to my hair dresser, I was able to move appointments around, have my mom stay for my washer and dryer delivery and join Kaylee along with Mike for a very nice, yet chaotic lunch! Here she is waiting patiently for our table's turn to get in line for food.
Jennah was in her very first class play today at school. It was a three part play all about Thanksgiving. She and her class did a great job but of course, I'm especially proud of her. She had all her lines memorized for one part and was the only one who didn't have to read off a script. The class made their costumes. They were all very cute. On the back of Jennah's, she wrote "You Rock!" Too funny... Here's a picture of her - enjoy and have a Happy Thanksgiving!
The greatest husband, dad, friend and computer guru! Relaxed, loving, and definitely the smartest guy I know. He also has a humorous side that shines unexpectedly!
My oldest: Jennah, our 9 yr old fashionista! Loves art, and fashion. Models for anything. Humorous yet serious at the same time. A very caring big sister and daughter. Laughable, loveable and knows no enemy - a complete girly girl.
My youngest: Kaylee, she's 5, my full time job, loves her big sister, very independent and hates it when she can't get "her way", being cute is her profession.
Annie and Tigger
Annie's our new little puppy. The world is her chew toy as well as her bathroom. I believe she's the reason people have wood floors. For now, her cuteness makes her tolerable! Tigger, our cat, he's the boss and he owns us. Need I say more.