It's super duper.
I really wish I had my super duper zoom camera for this picture.
Then you'd be able to see Kaitlin's super duper intimidating stare down face.
She's there at the net, looking right at the girl. If I were that girl, I'd probably pee my pants.
"Hey Kaitlin, give me your volleyball stare down stare."
That's what I'm talking about.
Reggie parked there in front of me like that while I was watching a movie with Sarah.
He wanted my popcorn.
Sorry Reg, it's not gonna happen. (...okay, maybe this once... because I like you now...)
How can I say no to him when he reminds me of God?
I brought something artichoke-y to the Superbowl Party.
Ever since 199....6? ...7? when we went on a date to Old Chicago and ordered artichoke dip as an appetizer, I have had a thing for artichoke dip. Whenever we go out, if there's artichoke dip on the menu, I have to order it. I have to. I'm like an artichoke dip connoisseur. (I totally had to look up how to spell that.)
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We had our first high school parent and student night with our almost high schooler.
Graduation requirements and registration details and activities fair.
I noticed just a little bit of a swagger, too, when he walked through the cafeteria.
That's my boy.
When we were sitting in the financial adviser's office, I noticed one sitting there.
He gave me three for free.
Share. Save. Spend. One compartment for each.
And freezing temps.
Like I said before, I am so over snow once Christmas has passed.
But I soldier on.
Sometimes, if I'm running late for work, I drive her a half a block to the corner while she eats her cereal.
I'm @annebickle, linking up with @jeannettg for InstaFriday.