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Monday, May 11, 2009

Busy Weekend

The bowling party went very well. All the kids had fun and had a lot of They are just too noisy and jumping all over the place. DD had a chance to reconnect to her friends and I am so glad that they RSVP for her party. One mother I spoke to said that DD is always a part of their kids even if she does not go in the same school anymore. A very nice thing to say and it made me feel better knowing she thinks that. Unless she is trying to be nice that is not very nice. But she thought of it.

I'm still waiting for my FIL to return my camera memory card to show some pictures. He borrowed it because he wants to make a CD to be included into the thank you cards I'll be sending soon. However, I rather do it myself to edit myself from the I'll just make my own copy to send out. We had so much CD's laying around, I don't really mind.

The birthday girl is a little disappointed because she did not get a baby doll. She had so much of them already and we thought she would like other things. However, we are wrong. She had a lot of gifts from everyone, but she wanted to have an apron to help me around the kitchen. So, I enter yet another contest for a chance to win apron for her.

If you are also interested in winning aprons for your child, go to "the apron goddesses" blog and enter. Those child aprons are so cute. With this giveaways you can win four aprons. That is a very nice to have because I have 4 little ones who will enjoy using it.


Lola May 12, 2009 at 1:43 AM  

The winners of Lola's Victory Garden Contest have been announced. Please visit this link to view the winners 05/12/09. As a Contest Sponsor, please forward your prize to the winner within 2 days of this announcement. Thank you for participating!

Julia May 13, 2009 at 12:01 AM  

Thanks for posting the giveaway! The kids do so love the aprons. Both my boy and girl wear them all the time. Good luck!

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