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remember that book "5 minutes peace"? I think it had a mama elephant? all the kids thought it was SO FUNNY - mm hmmm so get it now don't we?
Yeah, so lets see, I sewed Lyons her jumper (jumping dress she calls it) Tuesday and began cutting out the fleece jacket that goes with it. Today I was helper mom in Lyons's preschool class: 9-12 with 15 three year olds. Bless their teacher! Had lunch with Daddy at the Thai Restaurant, and now the little ones are crashed out. JOY!
So... running through the list of things to do in my head...
1.) bank
2.) grocery (but both need to wait till small ones get up)
3.) never ending laundry
4.) organize desk stuff (again)
5.) Arbonne order delivered to client
6.) invites to Arbonne Open House copied and in the mail
7.) invites to cookie exchange/pampered chef party in the mail (no I do NOT consult for both. I stick to one mlm at a time! my good friend Sabrina is a PC consultant)
8.) track down Bitsy's SSN for taxes (crud)
and 9 I am doing... showing my face again online -
So... what are YOU doing today?

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