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February 19, 2009


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phd in yogurtry

uh oh. hopefully the fire department wasn't called.


The good thing about the days like photo 2? They totally make the days like photo 1 seem that much better!


Dylan will gladly come over and organize things for you! ; )
Hope today is better!

Manic Mommy

I'm sorry, I'm not familiar with # 1.

I'm also sorry your day was #2 (see what I did just there?)


So sorry...I had a crappy day too. Fender beder = my fault. I hope your day today is better!!!!!



For the record, most of my days look like an old station wagon pulling a tent trailer. If it is a bad day, we're driving a mountain highway.

Prof. J.

I hope today is better.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!

I hope you have a better day today.


I think picture #2 might be the calendar photo for the whole month of February around here.

Smalltown Mom

Good luck TODAY!


WOW. That really SUCKS.

Hang in there, you and your crew will have the mess back in order quickly, you always seem to. You are an inspiration.


Oh man! Train wreck days are hard to recover from. Hope things are better.

Jen on the Edge

Ugh. So sorry.


HELL! Hope things settle down jenn.


sounds like my Friday!


Does not sound good. I hope today was (is) better.


I am WITH you on that! Totally.......


Hahahaha! Good luck today!


Oh Crumbs!
That bad?

I'm thinking of you


yeah...#1? Looks like a fantasy for our house! Hope all is good and groovy and running a little better!!

Reluctant Blogger

Oh yes, I know all about those types of days. Sometimes I wake up knowing as well. never sure if I predetermine what will happen or whether it would have happened anyway.

Hope it is just that one day and that your next day is a clockwork day x

The Girl Next Door

Ugh thinking of you and sending you love - AND a bloggy award which you should come check out...posting a little later tonight.

Cuz I know you have a kick ass shovel somewhere...


I get it. I totally get it.


Yuck-o! But great visualization.

Just Jamie

Oy. Hope all is calm now.

stephanie (bad mom)

Aaagggh - so sorry, you seem to have contracted what I had last week...

Better luck in the coming days*


I hope it's all back on track by now. Hugs!

phd in yogurtry

wow, I'm liking the morphing hair! The dark makes your blue eyes stand out.


Is it bad that I just totally laughed at those images? I can so relate to them!

I hope things are smoothing out for you.



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