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Enjoying Spring BREAK

My girls are off for Spring break and we are loving these days!  We have mostly been lounging around!  I LOVE it!  No real plans, no stress.  We are taking it easy.  We have slept till 7:15. That is late in this house. 
SK got her hair trimmed a little yesterday.  We went to Petsmart (always an adventure).  We went to Lifeway.  I got the girls these eggs and they LOVE them.......I love them too!  It is a neat way to teach your children the story of Easter.
We ate Mexican food and went bowling today with the McCoy girls.  I had a whopping score of 50 something when we bowled.  A three year old beat me.  It was a gutter ball kind of day.
The rest of the week is going to be cold and rainy.  I am just happy to stay home and rest.


Love the eggs Must get some for my grands. Happy Easter
Nancy said…
I don't know about you, but I LOVE SPRING BREAK! I love my babies being able to sleep in!
Have fun this week!
Amy said…
When I first read this post I thought you said you got her hair cut at Pets Smart. I had to re read it! lol
Unknown said…
Loved it..:)especially the glooming smile of your childrens..:)
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