Monday, May 25, 2009

I Like Mondays (Memorial Day Edition)

It's technically still Monday, so here are the five things I like today:

1. My talk is over, and seemed to be well-received. I was over my allotted time, though...

2. Today was Memorial Day, our first day of summer. Of course, we have to go back to school tomorrow for two more weeks, but it was a wonderful day.

3. Princess has taken the concept of "modesty" fully to heart. We were watching TBS the other day, and a Family Guy commercial came on, in which Stewie shows his naked bottom.

Princess: Mommy, did you see Stewie's butt?

Mommy: Yes, I did.

Princess: He's not being MODEST. (She says it in all caps. Sometimes with italics, too.)

Mommy: No, he's not.

Princess: I'm being MODEST.

Mommy: Yes, you are, Dear.

Princess: You can't see MY butt, because I'm being MODEST.

Mommy: And we all appreciate it.

4. Dexy is a wonderful child whose current habit of flinging his head into stationary objects will certainly pass, one day.

5. Did I mention it's only two weeks until summer vacation?

Have a great week, everybody.

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7 comments:

Kristina P. said...

Your talk must have gone very well if you went over!

Joanna said...

THE TALK was great. I learned from it. And I'm so thrilled about Princess's modesty thing. As for Dexy's head flinging - well, there's prayer!

Billy Bob Bambino Bombabious Baby the Third said...

And don't worry about the over time. The closing hymn was very short so it all evens out. See - God really IS in charge!

Barbaloot said...

Wow---you went over time? I have the hardest time going long enough! I hate speaking.

Sneaky Momma said...

I guess you guys have two weeks left because of missed days at the beginning of the school year? Poor Deb! I never even thought about you having to make up those days. Meanies. :)

Deb said...

You know, the awful thing is that we always were scheduled to go into June. We're the only ones around here who are doing it. It's terrible.

Debbie said...

You know I applaud the modesty in kids! Excellent home training, I would say.