..but it's only a rumor because I've yet to do absolutely nothing on a weekend. *sigh*
I have a super full week of posts coming up for you this week so be sure to come back tomorrow to hear about more piercings, me vs. toddlers, house drama, and more. Seriously. This all happened in the span of three days and that's the stuff that I can even think about right now. And Sunday isn't even done yet. I'm scared.
Anyways. So I have been such a Get Sketchy loser as of late. I like to play along with their sketches because it keeps me creative AND it kind of gives me incentive to use things out of my stash. Anyways. So for this week's sketch, this is what I cam up with:
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OK- on to the next one. (Cue Jay Z song, please..)
One of my favorite bloggers out there, Jamie, has been tossing this idea around for awhile and I think it's awesome. But basically it's a blogger mail swap- you send something, you get something. It's going to be a lot of fun, so if you want information, please go to her blog HERE. Sign up.
And then Thursday, Matt and I participated in this thing called Ruby's Pantry. Basically- you pay $15, and get food that's worth way more than $15. You never know what you're going to get and some months might be a dud, but this month was pretty good:
This isn't showing the two loaves of bread or 5 pounds of baby red potatoes I had already put in the freezer. But you do see five bags of oyster crackers (which I love), eight pounds of onions, five pounds of flour, two pounds of oat bran (wtf do I do with that??), an industrial size can of corn (again...not sure how I'll use THAT), two loaves of garlic bread, eight ciabatta rolls, two loaves of bread (in addition to what I put in the freezer), 15 pieces of chicken thighs (yuck) and 3 cartons of orange juice. Matt passed up on the five gallon bucket of "salad grade eggs" because I probably would have thrown up. He was number 263 in line and the last number he heard getting passed out was in the 700 range but he said there easily was more. So while it's not everyone's cup of tea- it's pretty nice. It's only once a month and I would say I got my $15 worth. Even if I don't use everything, it was still a bargain. A lot of staples I could use amongst many meals.
OK- so that's me for tonight. I feel like I'm forgetting something...but oh well. Come back tomorrow for Olivia's piercing and pictures that she'll hate.