TMKS Thursdays - as in, "things my kids said Thursdays..." - I'm getting lazier by the day. And, *luckily* I've been around my kids almost 24/7 for the last little while (since they've all been sick) so I have more fodder for my Thursday segment.... (if you haven't guessed yet, the "luckily" was slightly sarcastic - I adore my kids, but less so at 1am, 3am, 4am, etc... le sigh.)
Thomas, yesterday, asked me with mournful eyes why we haven't taught him to tap dance. Because "tap dancing is the best kind of dancing, you know." Uh huh. My hubs had to make up a few basic steps to appease him... that was the most hilarious thing I've seen in awhile...
Maia, ever the toddling copycat, has taken to running over to the toilet, spitting over the edge, and yelling "I did it, mommy, I spit! I sick! I sick!" This kid's hands are being disinfected on a semi-hourly basis, in case you were wondering... dish-hands, at age 1.
Sofia apparently told her entire class, during morality class, that we celebrated Jewish holidays in our home, as well as the Muslim Eid, and all other major religious holidays. Huh. We explained to the teacher that we are a bit of a mixed bag in here - I'm half Egyptian, half Greek, and my hubs is all Indian, and we're Christian... but the teacher thinks she's becoming a little fibber for extra attention. We've started seeing it at home, too, but don't know quite what to make of it - any advice?
If you've made it through all that banter, congratulations. And thanks for hanging in there.
I have a card! Rhonda asked if I'd like to be featured for her "thankful thursdays" feature (so much less of a mouthful than TMKS thursdays....) - color me honored!
I stamped the frame from PTI's "simply jane" over my entire white mat, and then popped up an aqua mist version of it in the center. I colored the floral image with SU markers before stamping them onto their matching die-cuts. Gives a kind of water-color effect, doesn't it?
I'm also entering this card into the CASE-study challenge. I love the frame itself in the inspiration piece, and the cluster of roses at the bottom of the frame.
Thanks for looking!