Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Feet Painting

Yesterday was like summer. It was nearly 80! I had a wonderful walk/talk with a nurse friend.  Nothing like blue skies, fresh air, and sun. Love that sun. Let it hit the granny, turn her skin a little pink. Not all the time, but sometimes, like yesterday.  When the real desert summer comes, I'll wear my hat and a little sunscreen.

 It's already Wednesday! On Monday, Kenz spent the night. Since it was an unplanned event we went to good ole Kohl's to get something for her to wear to school the next day. In the children's section, all the winter stuff was haphazard, hanging off hangars on the final clearance rack. No matter! She needed shorts and short sleeves! We ended up getting a head start on Spring with three pairs of shorts and shirts (all on sale too!)

Oh and little Brody was here on Monday. I have a suggestion for anyone who watches a three.

Get the Face Painting Kit pictured below.

This time Bro Bro wanted a boy and a girl!
I don't know why, but Brody thinks it's the greatest thing in the world. We used the paints on Halloween for Kenz (Princess Bride) and then she did my face, which I didn't like. I never say that about something she does, but I did not like what she did on my face. (I will show you.) 
Talk about an identity crisis. I had no idea what I was supposed to be!
The kit is best for small painting. The instructions and illustrations show you exactly what to do. 

One more thing while I'm blogging. Kenz is sellling Girl Scout cookies. Did you know the troop gets to keep some of the money for an activity? Her troop (I love when she says that word) is going to Disneyland. No set dates yet, but getting to go on a trip surely would motivate a gal to get out there and hustle. Here's how she pitched Nana. She made sure I had descriptions of the cookies. How bout two of each box, Nana? Of course!

Cheers to painting and cookies and February!


Grandma Kc said...

Amara started selling Girl Scout cookies this week, too but we can't get any of the Savannahs here! A trip to Disneyland would be an inspiration for anyone!

Grandma Shelley said...

Sounds like a great day. Now you've made me hungry for GG cookies.

Susan Adcox said...

I have fond memories of selling Girl Scout cookies. Can you believe it? My sister and I actually sold them door to door. We didn't take orders but had the cookies in hand. The extent of our safety instructions were that we were instructed not to go inside anyone's house and always to sell with a friend. Oh, and my parents didn't sell them to their friends at work, either. We were personally responsible for every box sold.

Nana Connie said...

Go Girl Scouts... i was a girl scout too. I don't recall selling cookies, but I do remember day camp. Of course I tell Kenz this story (time and again). One day I was standing on a log at day camp, sort of rolling back and forth and it slipped. I got the wind knocked out of me and had to go to the nurse! Other than that I have good memories of day camp. Do you remember the canteen?

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