Friday, March 20, 2009

Friday Re-Cap

Boy, what a busy week. Tuesday I went to Ben's Parent-Teacher conference. He got a great report so we went to Baskin Robbins afterwards. I had a scoop of Tax Crunch. Thursday I took Sam to get his booster shots for Jr. High. It was rough, so we went to the gas station afterwards. I had a 44 oz Diet Coke and a Chocodile. Coincidentally, I had the same thing that morning at a gas station rendezvous with Christian. And today I took Maggie to her Parent-Teacher conference at 2:30. She got a great report so we drove through McDonalds afterwards. I had a McFlurry. Then Sam had his Parent-Teacher conference at 3:30. He got a great report so we drove through McDonalds for a twist cone. I had a large Diet Coke and some McNuggets. They didn't seem to notice that I had been through an hour earlier for a McFlurry. Coincidentally, the people at the gas station on Thursday didn't seem to notice my double order. I hope that brings you comfort. Also, I feel great! I hope that brings you comfort.

20 comments:

  1. Kacy,
    i was looking at my blog on Grandma's computer and she showed me yours- great I say now we have no excuse to not keep in touch.
    Courtnee

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  2. I'm back
    It took me a long minute to figure out my own blog address:justusblog-court.blogspot.com

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  3. I'm jealous. My kids' parent-teacher conferences aren't ever chocodile-award-winning.

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  4. You are so lucky that they don't remember you! The drive through people at our McDonald's know us by name. Same goes with the 7-11, but that story is a blog post in and of itself.

    BTW the word verification right now is cowfun.

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  5. Good to know that I am not the only one who went to that gas station twice for chocodiles, and through Mcdonalds more than once this week. We are the same!

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  6. Tell me more about this "Tax Crunch. . . "

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  7. As someone who has given up sugar for lent I read this post with much jealousy and salivation.
    I usually eat exactly like this, which is why I give up sugar for lent each year.

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  8. And the best part is, they think you were being a GREAT mom for taking them to these places.

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  9. I never took my kids anywhere after Parent/Teacher conferences. Does that make me a bad parent? None of them ever said anything about it - at least not to my face.

    Now our district only conferences kids are not doing well.

    And they do the Bookfair at the same time - I used to take my kids to the bookfair - and buy myself a lot of books!

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  10. Oh how I love excuses to get a treat! Keep up those grades, kids--I need more excuses!

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  11. Oh my gosh!!! I say that you left a comment on Courts blog and knew exactly who it was, so i had to check out your family since we don't get to see each other enough!!!! Ok, I don't think that I have even seen Ellen, she is absolutely beautiful!!! Our blog is private, but my email melstoker@msn.coml I would love to keep in touch!!

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  12. Holy cow, i am laughing out loud!!!! I just had to tell you, I always tell Lai, "mommy just loves food"! I don't think Husband believed me until he actually went grocery shopping with me and I get all sorts of snacks to "sooth my soul" on the way home!!!

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  13. Tax crunch sounds very tasty. And crunchy.

    P.S. I really like All Creatures Great and Small.

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  14. I'm coming over from Mormon Mommy Blogs, asking for your help. I am in the running for a round trip airfare paid ticket to Connecticut, to meet a friend I became acquainted with through blogging. She is a super fun person and is holding this contest. I entered a funny story titled "Grapejuice Floaties, Now Marry Me." The person whose story receives the most votes will win a trip to meet this generous lady, whom I'm hoping to meet. The voting ends tonight-midnight. I used to be ahead but there is a story coming up from behind out of nowhere, and it's a tight race now. I would so much appreciate your help. Her blog is www.becausemomsaidso.blogspot.com and the voting is on the sidebar on the right. "Grapejuice, Floaties" Just go there and cast a vote for me, please. Thanks so much-you're awesome! ♥♥

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  15. Don't you just love parent teacher conference time?

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  16. Please know that I am officially comforted.

    Also: I love tax crunch. The End.

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  17. I think you are my long-lost Chocodile/DietCoke twin. Serously.

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  18. Parent-teacher-conference nothing!
    I'm intrigued with the gas-station-rendezvous with Christian...
    Did ya sneak out by the dumpsters for some - um - nookie? ;)

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  19. Just wondering... if there had been bad reports all around would you have gone to a farmer's market for some broccoli?

    Anyways, glad you got some treats!

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  20. I know most people don't look forward to tax season, but I do. And I'll tell you why. Tax crunch at Baskin Robins. I feel so sad that it's only a seasonal flavor, but then again, perhaps that's why it is so sought after by my husband and me. We load up on it this time of year. Oh and are you really getting a load of puppies today? I will need to come see them if you are!

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