Monday, August 27, 2007

Monday without books....

How did we all survive?
I will post about books on Tuesday this week.
We had a last minute play date with Princess's good
His Mom is one of mine too, so it was so nice to see them.
Off we went to a new (to us) park and lots of fun.
His little sister gave me the sweetest hug when we arrived!
There was even adult conversation.
We got home in time to meet yet another "tree guy"
and realize that I forgot about calling about our ice maker....
Tomorrow is another day.


Jenny said...

What a fun day at the park- you certainly deserved it after this weekend! Here's to remembering to get the ice maker fixed tomorrow! :o)

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Jenny- yes it was nice to get out and away from our troubles for a bit.

The Koch Family said...

adult conversation- what is that?

Mariposa said...

Princess looks like she had so much fun.

I love your Avatar.

Wisteria said...

My ice maker is broken too. I keep thinking it will miraculously start working without having to unload the freezer or call a service person. I know I am deluding myself.

Heather said...

It sounds like a wonderful day. I love your Avatar to.

nina said...

Whew, I need to read about the weekend. Sorry I missed it.

It is so nice to actually be friends with the mothers of playmates. Some of the play opportunities I have for Citcat are populated with moms that I don't really click with.

Fun Mommy of 2 said...

As Pattey says, adult converstaion, what is that??---yeah, what is that? LOL I like those "NEW" parks.
I hope you get your ice maker fixed.

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Gals!
The repair man will be here Tomorrow.
Yes, the adult conversation thing is rare around here as well.

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