Archive for November, 2007

Alone once again

The apartment is quiet again. It hasn’t even been 24 hours and I’m already feeling kind of lonely. It was nice to have someone hang out with every day. Don’t laugh, but my mother-in-law is one of my closest friends. She gets me when others don’t.

Maybe it might be too much to do for a longer period of time, but the 9 days they were here was nice for all of us. Dave enjoyed not having to do anything (but work) and I told him he was getting too spoiled. I got to hang out with Mom almost the whole time they were here. The kids, though they did end up fighting a lot, had a load of fun and I wish it didn’t end. We actually spent most of the 9 days cramped in the tiny apartment together, which seemed really small, but it was hard for anyone to run and hide. Which is nice considering we hardly ever all hang out and it was about time we did. Too bad some of the others didn’t make it.

Hopefully the next time they are all out here to visit, we’ll have a house of our own that will be able to fit everyone in it. Maybe they’ll even consider coming to stay.

Oh my. I have so many pictures from the when everyone was here that I don’t even know where to start and what to put up. I even stole Mom and Mandy’s pictures. Just from them alone I got over 1,000 pictures. Holy! I’ve got to get moving.

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Don’t look back

  • ohman. I think they’ve actually gone this time. #

They weren’t supposed to stay this long, but events forced them to stay. A flat tire, for one. Convincing them to stay helped, too. Locking the doors and tying them down wasn’t necessary, though it was an option I kept in the back of my mind just incase. A visitor, a few trips to Fry’s, and fast creeping darkness worked with me to keep them here.

Problem is that some good things don’t last. Despite wanting to keep them all here forever, they had to leave. They all jumped into the car and didn’t look back, this time. I hope they are able to come back again soon because it was awesome having them here. I miss them already.

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Don’t look back

  • ohman. I think they’ve actually gone this time. #

They weren’t supposed to stay this long, but events forced them to stay. A flat tire, for one. Convincing them to stay helped, too. Locking the doors and tying them down wasn’t necessary, though it was an option I kept in the back of my mind just incase. A visitor, a few trips to Fry’s, and fast creeping darkness worked with me to keep them here.

Problem is that some good things don’t last. Despite wanting to keep them all here forever, they had to leave. They all jumped into the car and didn’t look back, this time. I hope they are able to come back again soon because it was awesome having them here. I miss them already.

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Oh what fun it us

  • stealing photos #
  • Omg. 4 kids & a teething Baeby! #

Copied all of Mandy and mom’s pictures from their cameras. I couldn’t let them leave with all those fancy photos without having a copy for myself, now could I?

I got to hang out for hours with 4 crazy kids and a teething baby. It wasn’t so bad, but when they did start to fight, I had them all sit in a row on the couch and wouldn’t let them leave it. I didn’t mind, though, because they’re awesome kids. I love them.

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Oh what fun it us

  • stealing photos #
  • Omg. 4 kids & a teething Baeby! #

Copied all of Mandy and mom’s pictures from their cameras. I couldn’t let them leave with all those fancy photos without having a copy for myself, now could I?

I got to hang out for hours with 4 crazy kids and a teething baby. It wasn’t so bad, but when they did start to fight, I had them all sit in a row on the couch and wouldn’t let them leave it. I didn’t mind, though, because they’re awesome kids. I love them.

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