Friday, December 5

i really want to blog

i do. but i seriously can't sit down at the computer and relax, i feel like there is 1,000 things i need to do. so i am going to go get about 500 of them done during this next hour of nap time.
and yes, that does mean that i am going to get 8 things done every minute.
what? you don't think i can do it?
neither do i, which means that i probably won't sit at the computer and relax till sunday.

p.s. if you live around here and want to hang out, we are having a garage sale tomorrow.  slimming down on the items that we need to pack up and store at my ever so gracious in-laws, whose house we are going to bombard with stuff.   so if you need a crib, pack-n-play, carseat, baby food grinder, slow cooker, surround sound, lamps, or some free and not free clothes (some nice ones that luke is getting rid of too, i might add. as well as a ton of baby stuff) then come on by.  we just want to get rid of stuff, so it's going to be cheap!!! park at the temple visitors center, you can't miss us.
p.p.s. i will also be selling the rest of the baby shirts and onesies i have sitting around, as well as some bobbys and little girl hair clips too- no reason to store them!
p.p.p.s. my neighbor is also having a mini craft fair in her front yard, full of delightful relief society style painted wood junk stuff. so come on by, you could get your mom a christmas present!

8 comments:

Heather said...

I wish I could come to your garage sale! Maybe next time. Where are you guys moving, if you don't mind me asking?

Keli'i and Megan said...

Ash, any chance you could just put aside the pack 'n play and possibly the car seat? The pack n play have a bassinet? I really need one...haven't purchased one yet! Hmmm, guess I'll just swing by tomorrow...what time?

Stephanie J. Robertson said...

awesome sale and rs crafts next door... sad that you're leaving though :(

echo said...

i am so there!!! now i just need to find a ride there.

Kristen said...

Ash, I love it too. Both times I have gone to Tonga I have really enjoyed the simplicity. Hmmm.. well, William has inheritance to his land in Tonga, so how about when we retire and go there, we all go to the farm, pick bananas and sit under their tree.. I'm not kidding. :) Keep in Touch, we'll make it happen. I'm sad you are leaving... *sigh* When is your last day here?

iMaLLheaRt said...

I missed it! I still need to come and get the bobby pins from you. Anything else you need to get rid of?

maryam said...

Whenever I have a thousand things to do, I'd rather do nothing but blog. Ha!

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