Sunday, October 30, 2011
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Tuesday, October 25, 2011
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011
I told you have had more plagiarized projects on my list. I saw this ghost dress and just knew my girls needed some. Thanks to pillowcases from yard sales and $1.66 a yard cloth at Wal-Mart I think it cost me all of $3.00 to make these. (I had enough leftovers to manage one more little dress for a friend)
Posted by Karen at 2:47 PM
Monday, October 17, 2011
We are total leaf peepers. We were told that it was prime season for leaf peeping up in the "High Peaks" of New York. So, last week we took a little trip up to Lake Placid to enjoy the fall colors. It did not disappoint.
We drove to the Olympic Sports Complex. You can ride the bobsled course from the 1932 and 1980 games. I thought it sounded great but it cost mega money, so we decided against it.
Next, we went and hike High Gorge Falls
On the way home we stopped at The Wild Center just to see what it was all about. The guy at the desk let us in for free. The place is awesome. We really liked watching the otters swim and play. There was lots of hands on stuff for the girls (and adults). Next time we're up that way I think we'd pay and go again.
Plus, they had some really cute moose!
Posted by Karen at 4:26 PM
Sunday, October 9, 2011
Posted by Karen at 9:26 PM
Sunday, October 2, 2011
Used my Kitchen Aid with it's awesome attachments to puree the squash.
"No, I'm serious! You better get back up to your bed." She scampered pretty quickly. I thought I had conquered then I heard a pitter-patter on the stairs. Using every ounce of self-control not to lash out at her I said through gritted teeth, "Camille!" To which she replied, "Natalie has diarrhea and needs you to help." THAT is a valid excuse to get out of bed. Good thing it was true. I suppose we need to start telling the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf at bedtime.
Finished baby food ready for the freezer. (No, I didn't get to read my book. By the time making baby food was over it was my bedtime!)
Brad, his brothers, and his Dad in Texas
Posted by Karen at 7:44 PM