yahoo! but...

Currently, I am thinking that...

I am reeeally just anxious to get on the road and move out to Idaho...
... but I am definitely NOT looking forward to Tuesday b/c it is my last day at work and I just don't want to say goodbye to all my little munchkins! Working at the daycare has been such a blessing - God really knew what he was doing when he chose that job for me. My co-workers and I all mesh sooo well - it's almost crazy. It's great to have co-workers that you can depend on have fun with - even on days where the kids are NUTSO. My schedule is great - I get to sleep in and mosey on over to work at 10:00 a.m. I get to hang out with kids that are just plain cute and stinkin hilarious. Don't get me wrong... they have their moments where their cuteness is nowhere to be seen - but I still love them :) It is going to be a sad day on Tuesday :\ But... my co-workers are throwing a 'going away' dinner for me at a local restaurant... and I'm super excited for that. I just hope there are no tears - I hate tearful goodbyes. Yes... that means that I prefer cold, heartless, quick and meaningless goodbyes. K not really.

oooh! I get to babysit my friends little baby boy now... I'll continue this...someday :)



This is what I saw... as I took shelter in a vet clinic on my way to work. One of the scariest moments ever! I thought for sure I was going to die. This picture definitely does not show how dark the clouds were... or how fast they were moving.... holy cow I can't even describe how freaked out I was. It's one thing to be at home - with a basement just below you - and another to be in your car pretty much in the middle of nowhere.

It wasn't just dark clouds that I saw... the reason I ran into this vet clinic was because I saw stuff blowing everywhere... and people RUNNING. So... I figured I had a pretty valid reason to start panicking. And so I panicked.

Thank goodness nothing happened... the worst part of the storm was north of us. And for that I am thankful.

I got to end my day on a really nice note -

Hanging out with this little guy and momma Al :) Wyatt is 6 months old - and he has successfully completed his training in sitting up on his own! woot! And from what I am told... he is quite the rolliepollie. It was definitely a good way to close a crazy long day.
10 more days....
and I'll be on my way to Idaho :)
... and out of this Wizard of Oz weather :


If I won the lottery

I would fill my future apartment with....


my favorite city

more leaves

a cool catchall

a place to sit; not as comfy as a couch, but stinkin cute

this, and other pillows/throw blankets that match/work with those colors

actually, scratch that. these colors are better.

something along these lines

oooh dhalias = love

paired with a liner, maybe this could be used as a shower curtain?

oh to drink out of these - i'm sold

ooohlala - but not dishwasher safe :(

in my dreams

.... to be continued :)