Do people even read blogs anymore? I know I do. But it seems like people aren't blogging too much these days. Is Facebook to blame for all of this?
I don't think so...well, not for my lack of blogging anyway. Over here it's mostly due to rugrats and lack of exciting activities. Since we now seem to be snow free (fingers crossed) maybe we will get back to venturing outside and interacting with the world.
I have enjoyed looking at the stats of this blog and how the entry titled "Nightmare on Elm Street" gets the most hits from our blog! Those horror flick fans must be so disappointed when they find out it's about DSW and not Freddy Krueger.
For posterity's sake, the Birthday was wonderful this year. The hubster surprised me with taking the day off work and we dined at Denny's for breakfast (oh nothing like the 'burbs restaurant choices). We spent the entire day at the zoo enjoying the 50 degree weather and watching horses "fight"...not once, but twice. Within a matter of minutes. Thankfully the T's are too little to know the horses weren't actually fighting.
We came home and decided to drop the kids off with friends while we went to dinner. Sadly, we wound up at another chain, close to home, since I had a sinking feeling the wee T would not fare too well with a babysitter. We enjoyed a meal, sans children, picked up the obligatory birthday ice cream cake, and headed to eat cake with our friends. We pulled up, I opened the car door and was met with the screams of a certain 8 1/2 month old. He had done alright, but spent a good chunk of the time in tears. Good try bud. We'll try again another time. When we got home we quickly opened some gifts and then got the kids to bed. It was a good day (I'd post some pictures but they are on the phones...and well I don't feel like figuring that out right now).
Now for the required audience participation part of the program...two questions this time:
1) Ladies..where do you shop for clothes? Good quality, decent prices. I am in desperate need of new clothes and will hopefully be embarking on a mini spree in the next couple of months. I need direction. What are your must shop at store, must have items of clothing...tips...all things that come with restocking a "wardrobe".
2) The Anniversary approacheth and we want to take a trip without kids...where are your fave vacation spots, or places you've always wanted to go/must go before you die? If you knew this would be your only kid free vacation for awhile would you go somewhere you've already been and loved or would you try somewhere new?