Last week, I felt absolutely bombarded from all directions. I had school events, baseball, cub scouts, tae kwan do, ballet, book club, doctor's appointments, carpools, grocery shopping, errands, and much, much more.
All on a week that I was forbidden from eating any dessert.
It's no wonder something had to give, right? That something, unfortunately, was this little blog. I didn't get to read your blogs and I definitely was not writing here.
My apologies to the one person who actually reads this drivel every day. (Hi, Oma!)
But I feel a little more on my feet this week, somehow dropped a few pounds (thanks to the self-imposed Lent), and am feeling ready to conquer life once again.
But before I fill you in on the fantabulous events of our ever-exciting lives, I must leave you with a little something special that makes me fall over with fits of giggles every time I see it.
But first, please go back and take a look at this.
Well, it has recently made a comeback into our lives, and I must say, the growth Spiderman has occurred since May of 2008 is remarkable, as evidenced by the
Spidey was unable to button the suit in the back this year. I am thinking that is a good indication that it is BEYOND fit to wear.
Spidey would tell you differently.
In fact, if I were to allow it, this suit would be seen by grocery store clerks and the good people of Missouri everywhere.
Lucky for all of them, I do not allow it.
Because what you cannot see in these pictures is the suit from the back. And on the back? There is definitely a lot of crack going on. And crack is always going to be VERY BAD in a Spidey suit.
It's true what they say: Crack is whack.
Spidey is matched only in fierceness by Super Girl and her scary jack-o-lantern teeth.
These are two tough peeps that should never be crossed.
Don't say I didn't warn you.
So stay tuned for the exciting events of our weekend, tales from the Pinewood Derby, and maybe (if you're lucky) a recipe to fatten you all up.
Because I really haven't done that in a while and I'd say it's definitely time.