Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Picture pages

Why does my husband find it necessary to have 5 brushes in rotation at the sink, and another 3 in the shower? Granted, he's never had a cavity, but still. That's serious dental commitment.

For some reason when I mention that CSP & BIL are smoking cheese people think it's Southern code for smoking weed. It's cheddar people. And when I'm lucky, muenster (sp?).
I felt very housewifey the other night and made 4 little meat loaves .
The inside of CSP's new truck! So big! So spacious! Even car seats fit for impending babies! Here are my mom, Sara, Jacob & Joey showing you how roomy the back seat is.
2004 Chevy Silverado with just under 17k miles. Carmax was awesome. We'll definitely go there again.

I knitted my BIL Marc a hat to match his pullover. He's not crazy about the points, but since I only know how to knit squares and rectangles, he doesn't have much choice.Jake tried it on and looked quite dashing, points and all.
Joey and Kiki have some serious issues to discuss and ponder.

They looked so cute hanging out on the sofa, like they're bellying up to a bar or something. No idea why the rest of my post was in link form. Maybe if you click on the links you'll discover a worm hole in space and time. Let me know how that works out.


foodiechickie said...

So cute that first pic especiialy of Joey and Kiki.

C.J. said...

What a fun bunch of pics...especially the last ones ;0)

Lisanne said...

I *wondered* what that one photo was ~ I assumed that it was cheese. LOL! :) I saw it on Flickr and was like, "What?" So now I'm glad to know what it was all about. I *looove* smoked cheese. Gouda rocks!

Shannon said...

lol... your hubby cracks me up... ohhh and smoked cheese... never had fresh smoked cheese... I am so jealous of ya!!!

nikki said...

Great pics!
One of the things I love most about my vehicle is the roomy back seat, too. Lily sits back there like a little princess!

Also, your mini meatloaves looked quite delicious!

Anonymous said...

Whoa! Total flashback! Picture pages?? I totally remember the little "Picture pages, picture pages, time to look at picture pages, time to get your crayons and your pencil." Dude, what was that on?
Lana C

Beth said...

about knitting hats.. I seen a great pattern where you make a rectangle sew it together and then gather the top and tie it. Simple hat no points but I like the hat you made! My sister did ones like that a few years ago in multi color for the children and then put tassels on the points.