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Nothing Profound to Say

Monday, October 17, 2005

Nope, nothing profound at all. Probably because my brain has been in Lego, Dora the Explorer, teething Rings, craft supplies, computer games, pulling up underwear, changing another diaper, keeping the soother in, trying to get children to nap...you get the idea mode today. Both boys home on Mondays and Fridays. Tuesday tomorrow. 4 year old off to preschool. The one 4 month old suddenly seems to be a piece of cake. Mother back from vacation. Oy vay.

Our Halloween gingerbread house turned out great, though. I highly recommend the Wilton kits; the frosting was not drippy at all.

BTW, I had to add the World's Shortest Personality Test (scroll down to the bottom of my screen). I was blown away by how much I agree with this (especially the elegant and brilliant bits :). Thanks for this, Christina.

  1. Blogger Chloe said:

    Cathy, amazing, that's amazing! I would be so sad to eat it and destroy it though. It's lovely.

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    It was really a lot easier than it looks, being a kit and all (see guys, I really truely can not take a compliment). My son will have more fun destroying it and eating it than he did making it with me. Ah, little boys...

  1. Blogger christina said:

    WOW! That house is gorgeous. What a great idea. We always do one at Christmas but a Halloween house never occured to me.

  1. Blogger Heidi said:

    Awesome Cathy..Looks D-liscious!..I'm not crafty and wouldn't even attempt to make that, no mater how easy u say it is.

  1. Blogger vani said:

    wow! you did this?? a kit? i would hate to eat it, it looks too good. :)

  1. Blogger OhioRuthie said:

    I stole your test and put it on my blog tooLOL Thanks! Oh the cake looks good..I want some!

  1. Blogger riskybiz said:

    I'm not going to show my son that delicious looking cake, he'll want me to make one. Or worse my wife will have to make it and then I'll get to hear about it.

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Hey Everyone;
    Honestly, even for the non-crafty and cooking disabled (there was no baking involved), this was easy and fun (even with a 4 year old). Check out this web site for other reviews http://www.epinions.com/content_156710768260

  1. Blogger OhioRuthie said:

    I just edited it to add that I think it sounds like me...strangely seems rather accurate.

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    weird little test, but I thought mine sounded like me, too; minus the elegant bit and I'm way too modest to say I'm brilliant:)

  1. Blogger momyblogR said:

    WOW! You were doing ALL that and building a house. You are an amazing woman.

    Please feel free to blog the hair bit. I'd love hear the misery's of some fellow balding bloggers! :):)

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