Brooke and I worked through the day on cleaning and packing and then we had to leave the house once for one errand. Here are my thoughts after completing my errand.
‘Hmmmm I am out of gas. Oh good there is a Costco approximately a mile from where I am right now.’
Start driving to Costco.
‘If I am going to be in the parking lot of Costco getting gas I might as well go inside for free samples.’
‘Pizza sounds good for dinner and since all of our kitchen is packed up, oh wait… i haven’t even started packing the kitchen (there is no way I am going to finish everything in time for the next people to move in) this is going to make life easy.’
(I did not put her hand up like that on the box. She has already learned how to pose with food just like her mom)
I got home and started packing up the kitchen and then remembered that I had volunteered to make 4 dozen cookies for something.
Packing intermission for cookie dough eating and cookie making. I used this recipe (except I used dark chocolate chips) and it was a 7 out of 10.
For dinner we split the Costco chicken alfredo pizza
and ate on the floor.
Leave it to us to give you some advice to make your next move easier: Just get a crib with wheels on the bottom and fill it up with the heavy stuff and push it around. Actually don’t… one of the wheels broke.
Last but not least a smiling picture of Brooke. I tried cutting her bangs yesterday. That was an interesting experience.
You have to choose one or the other: Deep dish or thin crust? Please explain your answer.
My brain can’t think of any other questions relevant to the post so let’s ask some random ones:
If you could go anywhere in the world on vacation right now, where would you go?
-Australia, Ukraine (Billy lived there for 2 years and I want him to show me everything) or Disneyworld (for Brooke obviously)
Do you sleep mainly on your side, stomach or back?
Red Vines or Twizzlers?