Monday, February 22, 2010

Where in the World is the Wheat Bulgur?

"Are you feeling guilty for letting your dirty laundry pile grow to the size of Mount Vesuvius? Overcome with shame because you can hardly see your computer screen through the greasy fingerprints and you just don't care? Well, don't be! Not Me! Monday was born out of my desire to admit some of my imperfections and reveal a few moments I'd rather forget. You may find it therapeutic to join in and do the same thing!" For more Not Me Monday check out this site.

So this week flew by! I still can't believe it is Monday again.

I thought it would be fun to let you in on some more of the comical moments in my life.

This week when I ran across the web site it was not me that took the list straight to the store with out even looking at the recipes all of the ingredients made. It was not me who didn't really even care what type of food I would be eating this week because I didn't have to think, or plan, someone else had already done that for me. Nope not me!

Then it surly wasn't me who looked at that list to realize that I had no clue what Wheat bulgur is. Do you? If you were a health nut like me you would surly know. Yeah, well then I definitely didn't go straight up to my computer to google it before leaving for the store. Only to leave Wal Mart with out the mysterious bulgur after looking for that one item for over 20 Min's and asking three employees who all looked at me with the same blank stare.

When I got home there is no way I was going to attempt making one of the meals on the list.... no way. When looking at the directions it was not me who had to go back to the beloved Google to figure out what the heck a jelly roll pan was! Yeah not me. Cause me.... I am a good cook who has dinner ready from scratch every night by 5pm!

Then today when Makenzie thought mommy was really funny as she was stomping down the stairs, I absolutely did not shut the blinds so my neighbors would not think I was insane while I ran around my living room like a maniac, stomping, jumping, and singing, all so that my daughter could have a good laugh and practice rolling from one side to the other! Ummmmm no!

Dinner tonight was great! Why?...of course it was because I made a good home cooked meal and not because I agreed to watch one of my friends kids until late tonight only after she offered to bring dinner! Remember... I LOVE to cook! I would never rather watch 2 extra kids until 11pm. LOL!

Dinner for Makenzie was even better. It was not me...maybe her grandma, that fed her Rocky Road ice cream and Cheetos for dinner. I would never do anything like that! She did a really great job eating and asking for more though! Its a good thing Makenzie eats for pleasure and gets formula at night!

Clearly, as you can tell by the pile of laundry in this picture, hiding in plain site, it is also not me that is still way behind in this department! Hey, at least the kids were having a good time!

Makenzie loves to watch her brothers play video games!!! So cute!

Aside from the comedy, today was a great day! Makenzie was super happy and did a GREAT job rolling and laughing. She also ate and vocalized what she wanted wonderfully today!

I met another special mommy today and had a great time sharing Makenzie's story and hearing her story about her beautiful little girl!

God is good! Thank you to all of my special friends and prayer warriors for being there during the good and the hard times!

Believe... Prayer Works!


Carolee / Home4ever said...

Wheat bulgur? Never heard of it.

I wish someone would bring me a meal- I get sooooo sick of planning, couponing and shopping.

The cooking part is alright.

I have laundry in the background of many of my pics as well!

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