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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

A Little Floyd For the Short People


IF YOU DON'T EAT YOUR MEAT,
HOW CAN YOU HAVE ANY PUDDING?
HOW CAN YOU HAVE ANY PUDDING
IF YOU DON'T EAT YOUR MEAT?
--PINK FLOYD
Actually what India said last night was "Kate, how can you have any pudding if you don't eat your beef?", but what's the difference, really? They both looked askance at me as I quoted the correct lyrics in a loud, terrible British accent. Several times. Guess what album was stuck in my head the rest of the night?


Today was a busy one. Off to playgroup, rush home for lunch and naps, then my goddaughter Anne arrives for a play date while her mother, Susan, had a meeting with Ellie's kindergarten teacher.

I sat outside and worked crossword puzzles while the girls played.A little helper dropped onto my page when I was stuck. Can you believe how tiny he is?



John came by after work and all the Masons stayed for an impromptu dinner when Tracy arrived home (finally!) at 6:00. We kept our girls up too late for a school night, but the grown-ups were having fun and the short people and company were enjoying watching Mary Poppins. We take advantage of any quiet we can get with this foursome!

6 comments:

C said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE THE CHAIR!!! CAN'T WAIT TO SEE EVERYTHING!

C said...

P.S. way cute worm! what did you name him?

The Turmanators said...

I should've known that you would ask that...from the girl who names EVERYTHING including produce. How 'bout "Gram" because it was a diagramless crossword, or "Horatio" just because it suits him. I don't know...let's have a contest! SOMEONE COME UP WITH A GOOD NAME FOR THE INCHWORM, PLEASE.

C said...

You are right, I have named produce. I had that pearl onion, I drew a face on it, named him, and kept him in the kitchen. He was soo cute! Can't remeber the name though! I need to think on a name for the worm. I do like Horatio, you are right it does somehow suit him.

C said...

Mr. Jenkins should be his name. Mr. Horatio M. Jenkins!!!!!

C said...

You could always name him Oatmeal!