Picked kids up from school today as a special treat.  Then the 4 of us went out to sell Girl Scout cookies to local business.   45 minutes of tramping and got 3 boxes sold and a couple of sales …

     Picked kids up from school today as a special treat.  Then the 4 of us went out to sell Girl Scout cookies to local business.   45 minutes of tramping and got 3 boxes sold and a couple of sales people took SB's letter asking for businesses to donate cookies to the military.   Gotta wonder how the super cookie sellers do it.  After selling cookies and buying some donuts at the donut store, went home and ate dinner.   Was surprised, because not only did all three kids get along during dinner, but I was given compliments of "best meal ever"  "your the best mommy",   guess I should crock plain roast beef more often. 

     After dinner made all the kids attend Taekwondo with me at World Champion Taekwondo.    They looked less than thrilled but dutifully got in the car.  At WCT  LL had to show Master R her Barbie Taekwondo doll.    Freddie sat right down and finished his homework.   Once he was finished he flipped the paper over and drew all over the back.  Bet his teacher will love that!    After class the kids begged me to take the car through the car wash so in spite of the fact that it was raining we took the car and gave it a bath.   Car thanked the kids, by honking in the wash.   We are probably the only family that washes the car when it rains.

      

     

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