- Fold laundry..
- Check for cavities at the dentist...
-Sniff out what's rotting in the kitchen...
- Hunt down the dwarf hamster who's been missing for two weeks but was spotted alive, scurrying about Monday morning in the basement.
-Post pictures of the mundane details of my life on blogger...
Like the pizza, for instance...
Friday we went back to Pier 49 Pizza. This is the Ghiradelli... Ham and Pineapple with Alfredo. Yummy concept. Very delicious.
The Lombard Street...Sam and I agree that this one always remains the favorite...barbecue chicken, red onions...so good.
Their pepperoni, the 49er, is nice too. I try to reserve it for the little kids, but usually end up snitching.
Here's a piece of advice for anyone who might be going through marital transition...don't do something just because it's the kind of thing you wouldn't have done while you were married....You probably haven't changed that much. But I'm still plugging away at this e-bay thing..trying to come up with my own cheesy, annoying slogan to make myself want to sell things like...Imperceptible growth is still growth. How's that?
Off that topic, we had a fun weekend. It was great to have a visit from Uncle Joe and Aunt Courtney.
Sophie and cousin Mia's first meeting.
Courtney and Joe always come bearing sweet gifts..Red Vines for Ben...
and Valentine Loft cookies..something to love about February.
Sunday Sam was in the kitchen making Superbowl pretzels and homemade cheese sauce.
That's Olivia and her 3D glasses. Monday night we saw Megamind. We've decided to try to go out more for Family Home evening...just to make it different than our other nights of scripture-time-turned-chaos.
Tuesday..found out I do have cavities, three in fact. And here I am Wednesday, doing what I can to avoid browsing the drop shipper's catalogue. What does sell on e-bay? Not rubber chickens apparently. I'm tempted to try selling the Alien paddle balls Grant was admiring over my shoulder. You may find them for sale here soon.
Hey Raines! We miss you guys! AND pizza. AND movie nights. AND kids. So fun to see you. Just hanging out at the Oakwood wondering how you are doing.
I've only ever bought things on eBay, never sold anything. But have you considered being one of those people who sells for others, like an eBay consigner? I always thought that sounded intriguing.
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