Stuff I Save Money on Saturday
There. Now I can continue with randomness. My daughter texted this to me yesterday. I think she found it on Facebook. Be jealous that this is what my (almost) 15 yr old daughter thinks of me.
I sent it to everyone I love. My sister-in-law's response was "Well, then I must love you a whole lot!"
Now I am giving it to all my blogging friends. Pay it forward.
Things I am looking forward to this weekend...
We are having a family movie night at my parent's house tonight because their TV kicks our TV's butt. We are going to watch 2012. I love a good disaster movie. You can never get enough of watching LA get destroyed. And there is nothing like scaring the little kids into thinking the earth will swallow up our house any second.
If anything it will inspire me, for about 24 hours, to at least think about our 72 hour kits and add more that just granola bars and toilet paper.
I am also going to the LDS Temple with my husband. It is where we had one of our first dates. It is where we got married almost 20 years ago. It is where I get to turn my cell phone off, and feel peace for at least a couple of hours.
And ironically it has one of the best views of the Las Vegas Strip!
I am also hoping to go looking at houses tomorrow. Yes, we have to move. I am trying to look on the bright side. I have a new house to decorate, We will have new neighbors to welcome us and bring us cookies, I can get rid of some clutter, or at least pack it up for a few days and we can leave our rat behind (Yes, he is still here. I don't want to talk about it). I would love something that looks like this...
Ahhhh. A girl can dream. I just have to tell myself the bigger the house, the more toilets to clean.
So I will settle for something with a walk in closet big enough that if my hubby and I are both in there, our butts don't touch. That is all I want. Oh, and a pool. And if it had a hot tub that would be nice. Okay, that's all. Well, something on a cul-de-sac would be nice. Okay, that's it.
I also get to go to church on Sunday with my family. I will pack the "reverence" cheerios and hope for a peaceful 3 hours. Wish me luck.
I hope with all my butt that all my blog friends have a completely cluttered and incoherent weekend too.