The movie RED DAWN scared the you know what out of me. I was convinced for weeks, possibly months that we were going to be invaded.
I love Peanut Butter Captain Crunch cereal. I know it's disgusting and terrible for you, but I like it.
We (me, mom, Kristin and Ryan) went to Wally. It was time to restock supplies. We had both finished up and Kristin wanted to show me some dresses that she liked. I told my mom to get in line, figuring we would finish long before they would even begin ringing us up. Ryan followed close behind. Kristin showed me the collection she liked and I told her she would need something over or under that style. We looked at a couple of other things and I pointed out that they were too short. We headed back to the registers to meet Grandma and I started to unload my half of the cart. It was then that I noticed someone was missing. I looked all around the general area and Ryan was no where to be found. I headed back to where we had been and didn't see him. I called his name about six times at the top of my lungs. People were looking around. Kristin was also looking for him. I told her to go back to Grandma. I didn't want to lose another one. As I walked over to customer service all the terrible thoughts started to flood my mind. I told the girl behind the counter my son was missing. For about two seconds she gave me a blank stare. Noooo! Please dear Lord, not now. She asked me what his name was and how old. Then she turned to her more experienced associate and asked her what she needed to do. They call a code "Adam" and the store is now on alert. The gal then asked me what he was wearing. Oh my gosh! What is he wearing!? Think! It's times like these I think that perhaps taking a picture of them with my cell phone every morning would be a smart move. I finally remember and I rattle it off and add his description as well. They have him at the fitting room. I make my way over there, and two associates had him sitting on the bench waiting. "He came over to us and asked if we could help him find his mom." I was floored. He knew what to do. He was a little shook up, but not a single tear. I told him he did the right thing by asking for help. I don't like that part of parenting. It's scary.
I learned how to find the percent of a number. In school, I totally sucked at math. Since Kristin had to be home all week I was forced to be the teacher. It took me a while, but I figured it out. I was very pleased with myself.
I love random Friday's because you can talk about anything. SQUIRREL!!
I am going through a funk. I don't know why. I need to just pull up my big girl panties and deal with it.
Have a great weekend! We are supposed to get rained on for the next several days. Which most likely means more snow for those you just getting out of it. Again, I apologize.
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Having an older sibling is the best!