Saturday, September 22, 2007

Miscellaneous Saturday

Well, today has just been a really nice, restful day! I slept until almost 10 a.m. I KNOW, shameful!!! Husband had a meeting at church at 7 a.m. so he was gone and the youngest who is home for the weekend ALWAYS sleeps late, so I thought, hey! It's Saturday! Youngest got up before me, now what is that about, I can always depend on him, traitor! So, I finally dragged myself up, heated up the now cold coffee and sat for a while drinking coffee and getting the fog out of my head. Once I was halfway awake, I decided a good trip shopping what was I off to the mall. Here are the shoes (SHHHHH!) I bought because they were such a good deal!!!

The ones with the plain black strap were only $14.95! Now any way you look at it, that is saving money big time! :) And I do like to do my part with the budget by saving money!

And just in case anyone thinks I don't have a sense of humor or I can't laugh at myself, well this next picture should change your mind about that! My youngest bio son and second of 4 combined children came by yesterday to visit. We were talking and suddenly he lifted his arm; I mean that precious little arm that used to curl around mine as he nursed; the one I gently bathed and oiled with baby oil so his skin would always be soft.....that now THIS ONE....

That is a pinup girl, I guess I should have rated this entry. I looked at it and then I burst out laughing so hard that I almost fell to the floor. My surprised son said "Well, mama, I'm glad you finally got a sense of humor!" I replied, "Oh, son, you have no idea what you've done for my sense of humor!" I DO NOT understand what this tattoo generation is all about. You can't miss them, and in fact it makes me feel kind of behind the times that I don't have one, well, that is if you don't count my eyeliner. After having that done, I would never let anyone use that sewing machine type weapon on a big area of my body. Then of course, in my most motherly voice, I said, "So you can afford a tattoo huh? Well then I won't be worrying about you anymore." As a disclaimer, this child is 30 going on 12, and I'm not kidding. He's the sweetest man, but not a lick of common sense. Gotta love him. And I do! Oh, he only wants two more tattoos, isn't that comforting? Checking out for Saturday!


Tonja said...

I'm with you on this one. I think these kids with all their tattoos will one day make the doctors rich when they try to have them all removed!

Love the shoes. There is always room for another pair of shoes...or 3!

Jungle Mom said...

I just wonder how the kid are going to look when they are in their 70's and all the tattoos are wrinkly and that makes me laugh!!!

Ang baylis said...

Is it a wash off? haha
I am not cool enough to understand why people want these.

I like the shoes, too!

nancygrayce said...

Oh, How I wish it was a wash off. I will never understand why my children or any get these VERY permanent things done....and a pinup girl? May God help me. Nothing surprises me anymore.