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November 21, 2008

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kcinnova

I think I need to spread this out over 3 days. Does that make me a wimp?
Keep the blood pressure low and spirits high by laughing much this weekend. :)

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!

Oh frick, now I'm hungry for banana bread. And tired. Whew! Just from reading 'bout your day.

Gina

Yumm! Will you come bake cookies for us? I'll fight with your insurance company for you. (I'm good at that)

Mary Alice

Hummm.....yesterday I actually slowed down...inspired by something my yoga teacher said Wednesday, "start easy and then tapper off from there."

Suzanne

Big day. You can really pack a lot it. And yes, it is exhausting. Thanks for sharing!!
Enjoy your visit!!!!

Manic Mommy

Had to read this one first. Love the title.

I often feel like my life is divided into one hour segments.

San Diego Momma

Costco sells yards-o-beef? Does it look like a roll of yarn? (Or is it a skein of yarn?) Or, does it not look like yarn at all. Which, why would it look like yarn? It's beef, not spaghetti. It's just that I pictured the yard-o-beef wrapped around something like yarn would be. Or would it?

Ooo, banana bread! Yum!

Smalltown Mom

I'm amazed you had any blog reading time at all. The baking looks delicious and I love your kitchen.

Chesty Larue

Um, yum!

Green Girl

You are too divine! Welcoming home son with fresh-baked smells! (Must be in the air--I made p.b. cookies the other day, too. Just in time for the after school crowd.)

Suzy

I remember when I used to do stuff. Now it's more fun not to.

Mrs. G.

PB cookies are my fave. Now go take a nap.

Madge

well, i'm exhausted just reading that. and hungry for PB cookies...

Tina

Jenn, here you go again making me look like a really bad mom. However, in my defense, if the boys would go away for a few months I'm sure I'd want to welcome them home with good smelling baked goods too. I just wish they'd try it...

Angela

Breaking the day down into time slots seems to make it go so much faster.

Seems like a nice day though

ms_teacher

Such is the day in the life of a juggling mom. Seriously, multi-task much :)

Grandy

I thought I was tired BEFORE reading this. I'm DONE now. ;)

TGIF INDEED!!

Tootsie Farklepants

Pap and a flu shot? Whaddya do to deserve that?! :)

Jason

Talk about a productive day!

JCK

You know how to get things done, lady! And such a nice range of things, too...

CC

Holy canoli!! Can I sing the manic song with you now? O-o-uh!

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