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Yesterday, my son and I had a photo session with the cats. He introduced the mommy cat to his robot girl. There are more pictures to come.

I have been working at it. But I think I finally got my son on regular bedtime schedule. He went to bed at 8:45 p.m. However, he was up by 7:30 a.m. He told me he had a good nap. A three-year-old concept of time is interesting.

I watched the two hour season finale of Lost. I. Love. Lost. It was excellent with perfectly timed commercial breaks to give me time to say OMG a lot. My husband had to calm me down at one point because I go so excited. Next season is the show’s final season. I can’t imagine what they have in store for the faithful viewers like me. It’s a damn shame that I’ll have to wait until 2010 for it. At the same time, I was listening to American Idol in the other room to see who would be in the final two. I’m sad for Danny Gokey go but Adam is going to the finale. YES!!! I know it seems like I have no life but sometimes we do what we got to do.

Library, park and grandparent time was fun yesterday. JJ was super happy. And I was super tired. The other mommies at the park don't know what to make of me since I like to play also. I guess mommies are suppose to sit and watch. But where's the fun in that!

The interview for story that I was suppose to do was cancelled so I had my favorite breaksfast--sausage biscuit and gravy at McDonald's. I made it just in time before the switch from breakfast to lunch. I am not sure what I'm doing for the rest of the day. I think we'll just hang around the house and do whatever.

Daily Dose

1. Lost--Thank you JJ Abrams for helping to create this show!

2. Biscuit and gravy from McDonalds--good eating

Comments

  1. Aww, cute kitty!
    For some reason, I could never get into LOST. Apparently, it's just me :)

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  2. Glad to hear all is going well...and kibby is a tortoius shell tabby...and gorgeous. Glad to hear your MIL is zen with it all...I think she is alot like my xMIL. Have you heard anything on the job yet??

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  3. I love that you play with the kids - I did too, and got the same incredulous stares from the other moms. What's with that?

    Anyway, Lost lost me. In my quest to honor the pledge of non-violence it has eliminated a LOT of shows. Amazing what I'm learning on HGTV - and wow, no psychos - well yeah, a few, but they don't kill anything but kitchens.

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