Monday, April 20, 2009

Tag!! You're It.

8 things I am looking forward to:
1. Summer Vacation
2. The Beach
3. Mondays at the Pool
4. Kids going to summer camp
5. Getting much needed work done around the house
6. Finishing all my end of the year stuff for my class
7. Cookouts with Nana and G
8. Opening my windows


8 things I did yesterday:

1. Threw Up for 12 hours
2. Slept
3. Watched movies in bed
4. Slept some more
5. Drank Gatorade
6. Ate noodle soup my husband brought me
7. Slept some more
8. Finally got up around 5:45 this morning and felt better

8 things I wish I could do:

1. Cook Well
2. Keep a plant alive
3. Like cleaning my house
4. Travel more
5. Spend the summer at the beach
6. Make enough money to let Jamie take awhile off and go back to school
7. Eat Healthier and exercise
8. Have more date nights with my husband

8 Things that I watch:

1. Amazing Race
2. Survivor
3. Cops
4. Hell's Kitchen
5. Wheel of Fortune
6. Ace of Cakes
7. Football
8. Dog the Bounty Hunter

Tag You're IT!! It's harder than it looks:)

5 comments:

Stacy said...

I know you think 8 would be easy but it's not!

Rhonda said...

Boy your day yesterday sounds like a lot of fun!! ;)

Ginger Hines said...

I am so glad you are feeling better! We missed you yesterday! We had plenty of guns and ammo!

Jennifer said...

lol, don't you love that Dog is back on... That one lady Mom and Bounty Hunter or whatever the name is does not whole up to Dog..lol

I wish I like to clean my house and excerise..

Glad you are feeling better, your day sounded great except for getting sick for 12hrs

NanaDeb said...

I am so glad that you are feeling better...and like you - I can't wait for our summertime cook-outs and when you and Jamie want to have a "date night" just let me know and the munchkins and I will go out on our own "date night" together. Just wait for the nerf gun battles - Ihave never laughed as hard as I did Sunday but then had to go home and take a three hour nap...ok I admit it, Nana is not as young as she would like to think she is! Much love, Nana