There are times when I'm at home and think of something that I want to share. But, I don't know who to share it with; who will really care. Or, it's late at night and I don't want to disturb my friends while they're sleeping. And, I'm worried that if I keep posting over and over on Facebook that everyone will get tired of me and defriend me. Then, it hit me. That's what a blog is for. I can write my random thoughts and if you choose, you can read them. If you don't, I've at least put my thoughts somewhere besides just inside my head. I kinda wish I did this when my kids were younger and would say some pretty crazy things. Maybe, I'll go back and share some of those memories sometime. Like when we had to explain to Marshall that in this family, we don't put bagels in socks. Anyway, I'm not sure how often I'll remember to update this but it's nice to know I can.
These will be centerpieces on the tables at my Son's Eagle Court of Honor *Update: See how I re-used these same cans for a patriotic luncheon. The other night I was surfing around on the t.v. and ended up watching "Extreme Cheapskates." I found myself thinking, "Ohhh... what amateurs!" But, I couldn't tell anyone. I mean I didn't want anyone to know how "cheap" I actually am. I really think they set some people up on that show. I mean seriously?!? You share a toothbrush to save money? Buy 2 toothbrushes and each will last twice as long, same with the deodorant. Yuck! Anyway, there was this lady only wanting to spend $50 on her 10 year old son's birthday. Since I'm always looking for inexpensive ways to celebrate, I kept watching. What?!?! She had his birthday party at a retirement home for $30?!?! What about having it at your house or the park for free, hello people? Instead of the Elvis entertainer (who I'