Saturday, November 10, 2007

Recuperating

First the kids were sick, now I am. As you can see, they've been left to their own devices. I hate to think how many dustpans of paper scraps we'll empty when this is all over!

Remember how long I've waited for Miss Potter at the library? It couldn't have come at a better time.

12 comments:

Christi said...

I know this scene all to well - we've been in the same shape this week.

Hope you're all felling better!

Janette said...

Miss Potter! What a wonderful movie. It is perfect for a fall day and soft clean ups.
I hope all recover quickly!

Anonymous said...

Hope that you are feeling ok now Meredith.

Enjoy "Miss Potter" - I saw it just recently too (finally!) and really enjoyed it. Hopefully you did too!

Cheers, Wilma

Thrifty Gal said...

I hope you get to feeling better. Take care... :)

Tammy said...

Hope you get to feeling better soon! I watched Miss Potter a month or so ago (had to wait to get it from my library too!) and it is a good movie. Enjoy it!

Anonymous said...

Tell us what you thought of Miss Potter?! I saw it and recommended it to my mom, she loved it too. I took a bunch of books out about Beatrix and her life story.....what a life!
Hope you're feeling better, it seems to be going around.

Shannon@Idylwild said...

I hope you're getting better fast - moms don't get much sick time, do we? I'm glad you mentioned Miss Potter, I've been meaning to reserve that for ages!

Vicky said...

This reminds me of my kids, especially of my son. They just LOVE cutting up perfectly good paper into millions of little pieces. They have a purpose for each one, I assure you, but then it all just goes into the trash. I'm obviously not environmentally correct.

Amy said...

Hope you feel better soon! That is the worst when you are sick and everything falls apart around you. Hugs!

Jordana said...

Get well soon! My kidlets have been feverish this week too.

Anonymous said...

I really hope that you are feeling better by now.
As for the 'mess' well, I see that almost everyday. I of coarse have the day care children doing crafts most days.
Then there are my grandsons who get the craft supplies out most every day too. At age 5 and 7 they are really good at clean up thank goodness.
Take care of your self. Roxie

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry you've been "under the weather". I hope you enjoyed watching "Miss Potter", though. I really liked it.

blessings-
Brenda