"It's like a coconut tree on the handle!"
I'm not feeling the love from E2's first grade teacher this year and there have been several things lately that have me venting and lamenting to Rob. But E2 says Mrs G is a good teacher so maybe I should shut-it for a while and suck-up with a Christmas gift like I always do(winery gift certificate, because teachers are worthy of drunkeness! Actually, I leave the certificate blank - totally paving the way for any re-gifting they might choose to do).
E1's health is markedly improved from Tuesday, and if the classmate that had an emergency appendectomy about a week ago would return to class all would be pretty much right in her world.
E1 and E2 had toasted ravioli for the first time tonight. All the St Lou area readers are throwing marinara sauce at me now, I know. They're FINALLY choosing menu items besides chicken strips and cheese burgers and I owe it all to The Food Network - I'll have to write about that one of these days.
Now go on home and let me get to sleep - I have a long day tomorrow that includes shopping with my Mom for all the grandkids. It's mentally challenging for me to keep up with what we got for this one and what we still need for that one and let's not forget to look for this. I may need to break open my emergency bar of dark chocolate.