Friday, November 8, 2013

7 Quick Takes: Tumbleweeds, Blacklist and Pumpkin Crunch

Joining Jen again!
7 quick takes sm1 7 Quick Takes about rattlesnakes, books, and holidays that should be more fun than they are

{1} Well, let's get the fun stuff out of the way...the kids have the stomach bug.  Carter woke up at 3 am yesterday morning yelling that he had a headache in his tummy.  Ha!  I've mentioned it before, and I will mention it again I'm sure...I HATE the stomach bug more than about anything else.  There.  Jeremy and I are just waiting, waiting, waiting.  Let's pray it passes over us.

{2} It's happened again.  I received the newest Boden catalog in the mail this week, and I want everything in it.  Well, maybe not one or two things, but you know what I mean.  Anyone tried their maternity line?

{3} Last week the boys heard something outside their window.  It was their dad in his skid loader pulling up some trees (I think).  In no time, this little dude had his hat and boots on and was trying to climb the fence to help!

{4) Thanks a million times over for your comments about the baby!  It was so sweet to hear from you and to have such an outpouring of love and support.  Thanks :)

{5}  This is what I see when I look out my back door to the right.  To say that it's been a dry few years might be an understatement.
Not sure these tumbleweeds will ever go away.

{6} Can it be that Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away?  Prepare yourself now to make this:
My mother-in-law makes it, and we look forward to it every year!

{7} It's a laid back weekend around here.  We might actually get in a few episodes of this...

Have a blessed one and look at all the other links on Jen's page!


  1. Can I just say how hilarious I think it is where that "pin it" button landed on the first photo? :)

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