Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Picture Day

Today I visited with my mom for most of the day while Ian met with a headhunter. Sounds like things went very well for him there, so that is very encouraging.

This evening I headed over to Jen's to meet up with her and Cindy to help pack up the last of her apartment because Saturday is her moving day. I can't say we did much of anything...ok, Jen packed while Cindy and I camped out on her couch, talking. We did help her move her mattress and box spring out to the street for garbage day tomorrow. We were like frick and frack and frack2 trying to get those things outside and laughed so hard. But we did it!

I forgot to include these pics with my post from yesterday, so here they are.

This was Ian's cake. While I would love to tell you that I decorated this myself, I cannot lie. I bought it from Costco and it was very good.



Sam was so proud to carry it in...



Ok, here are the pictures I promised to take for you today. Please excuse the poor quality. Apparently taking pictures outside a school is somewhat creepy, so I had to do them on the down-low. That's how much you mean to me, my friends.

Here is the dancing crossing guard. She was actually waving her little stop sign to the beat of whatever goes on in her head. She's actually quite cute because she bundles up so much she can barely walk.



This is a "parking infractor". I don't know if "infractor" is even a word, but it counts as far as I am concerned. I counted 15 cars waiting behind this dude while he went wherever he went. So annoying. This isn't the guy I complain about normally, but he broke the cardinal rule of the kiss-n-ride... do not leave your vehicle!! Therefore he makes it to my blog.



Once upon a time I posted about wanting to volunteer to be the kiss-n-ride police. Look at the snazzy outfit I would be able to wear. And I'd carry a walkie talkie to report those who dared to break my rules.



I felt sorry for this bus driver even though he held me up for about 10 minutes. I think he was new. We had to all back up because he over shot the corner, had to back up, then over shot again. And I think he hit that grocery cart as well.



Jordan was in a very smily mood today so I got these quick shots of her...



I don't know what she is trying to accomplish here. My guess is that she is trying to eat her way to freedom. Good luck, Sweetie.



Would you just look at that face??



Apparently the weatherman is calling for 10-15 cm of snow to begin falling overnight. The kids have a PA day tomorrow - right smack dab in the middle of the week for the love of pete - so I may not even go out at all, even though that would mean missing Coffee Hour.

Decisions, decisions.

4 comments:

  1. OMGosh that first shot of Jordan is adorable! (Well they ALL are adorable, but I love the one where she is looking over her shoulder) You are funny - taking sneaky pictures out in front of school - somebody needs to REPORT YOU! Or take a picture of you taking pictures at a grade school and post you on their blog! LOL

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  2. HaHa and a million times HaHa! Those school pics were funny!

    AWW Jordan is so sweet-they are precious at that age!

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  3. Julie9:31 PM

    Kate - Jordan is an absolute beauty. Honestly, she's a real Gerber baby!!!!

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  4. OMGosh that first shot of Jordan is adorable! (Well they ALL are adorable, but I love the one where she is looking over her shoulder) You are funny - taking sneaky pictures out in front of school - somebody needs to REPORT YOU! Or take a picture of you taking pictures at a grade school and post you on their blog! LOL

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