One of my girlsfriends sent this to me. This is absolutely hilarious, and utterly true. It is three minutes long and totally worth. I am so much trouble. The sad thing is... I say most of this on a daily basis.
Saturday, September 29, 2007
Thursday, September 20, 2007
A sister in my ward is getting married on a limited budget and just could not find a suitable (Temple Ready) affordable wedding dress, so blessed with the talents of my mother, I offered to help. This is the finished dress. JoAnn's was having a coupon commotion weekend, and we purchased her entire dress, lining and the pattern for less than $60. I made it in less than two days. I am quite pleased. It is a full length skirt (just on the hanger a little higher).
Posted by Jenn at 3:35 PM
Last week Ethan started soccer. He loves it. His coach's name is Coach Mike. He learned how to trap the ball. This has helped him learn to listen to directions. He wanted to sleep with his soccer ball.
Posted by Jenn at 3:30 PM
Thursday, September 13, 2007
I was recently called as the Sunbeam teacher - I have 7 - 4 year old boys. I definitely come home tired. I have also been called as the Activity Days Leade I have 11 girls. Someone in my ward sent me this story. I laughed. Thought I would share...
I work part-time as a teacher of family doctors. The program provides training on psychiatric disorders and emphasizes the importance of emotional support. The new doctors are given plenty of time in clinic to visit with their patients and learn about their challenges. One of our interns who has never lived in Utah and knows nothing about Mormons is still struggling to understand the cultural climate here. Last week he was interviewing a new patient and stumbled on what he thought was a raging psychosis. Doctor: "Well, Mrs. Olsen, we've talked about your high blood pressure and your medications. Are you experiencing any particular stress in your life? Patient: "Oh, yes! It's the Sunbeams. They're driving me crazy." Doctor (very surprised): "The sunbeams?" Patient: "Yes. I've never had trouble with them before, but this group won't sit still. They bounce all over the room, and run out the door and down the hall." Doctor (reaching for a pen): "Have you told anyone about this?" Patient: "Of course. I told the president." Doctor: "Really! What did the president tell you?" Patient: "She said Sunbeams are like that. I'm just going to have to learn to deal with them. Doctor (concerned that he may be missing something): "I know people who are sensitive to sunbeams. Do they cause you a rash or anything?" Patient (confused): "A rash? No." Doctor: "What's the biggest problem they're creating?" Patient: "It's the noise. They just won't quit talking." Doctor (astonished): "The sun beams are talking to you?" Patient: "Well, yes. But mostly they talk to each other." Doctor (scribbling furiously in the chart): "I see. Can anyone else hear them talking?" Patient (after a moment of stunned silence): "You're not LDS, are you?"
Posted by Jenn at 12:36 PM
I was happily cleaning on my house on Tuesday, when Ethan walked in the room dripping in blood. I freaked! He had gotten a hold of my quilting cutter and sliced his middle finger from the tip down to the middle of the fingernail. We made a trip to the ER - where they glued it and bandaged it all up. SWMC has a new child emergency wing - they have a flat screen tv in each room. So we enjoyed the movie Cars while Ethan got bandaged up. He keeps walking around the house flipping people off saying "I have ouwee on my finger". He has flipped off several ladies at the grocery store, his grandma, his bus driver and the bishop.
Posted by Jenn at 11:44 AM
Do you remember that Christmas Song... "and Mom and Dad can hardly wait for school to start again?" Well that was me. We had a great summer, but it was time! Anna is a 1st Grader. She loves school. She even prays for homework. (I am sure with time this will change.)
Posted by Jenn at 11:25 AM