Thursday, March 13, 2008

A Lazy Day

I've been working on laundry and got that finished. Well, as finished as laundry can be. :)

The kids are outside in the snow and Laura's enjoying the fresh air out on the porch. At least her feet aren't getting filthy like they did at Grandma's because she's barefoot. Hey, in northern Minnesota, we run around in shorts when it hits 30 degrees.

Jason had to go through his summer boxes to see what outfits would still fit (because he saw me doing Melissa's clothes the other day.)

I suppose I should get on with life and vacuum my bedroom floor. I had the boys put everything on my bed, and true to form--what I was expecting--they did that. The chair, sewing boxes, and the vacuum cleaner also! BUT YOU SAID "EVERYTHING!" "I know, I know..."

6 comments:

Beth~mom to 15 blessings said...

hahaa boys ok children are so literal

All in a Day said...

Yes, that's why I had to laugh at your house when Vonn set the vacuum cleaner at the bottom of the steps when you asked him to bring it downstairs!

tara said...

You still have snow? Oh wow. We usually get a freak snowstorm in March, but it's not looking like that will happen this year. Thankgoodness.

Going through clothes is so muchfun! My girls and I make a day of it....(cuz it takes that long to go through 3 boxes and dresser drawers).

Every year, it never fails, we get rid of 1-2 large black trash bags full of clothes. HOW? We hardly ever buy anything for them. I guess it must be all the hand-me downs we are blessed with :)

All in a Day said...

We'll have snow for a while yet; I'd say there's about a foot out there! :) We live in freezing-cold northern Minnesota.

Betsy Cradic said...

Vacuum cleaner ON the bed? That is too funny! :)

All in a Day said...

We have lots of hand-me-downs given to us also. It's SOOOOOO nice! Usually a couple times a year we get a topper full and bring them down to Brainerd where they get passed along.

Betsy, you'd think after 12 years with my son I'd learn to be specific in my talking. But NO, I guess I'll never learn. :)