Monday, October 20, 2008

Monday Mumbles, cont.

It's starting to become routine that I just ramble endlessly about nonsense on Mondays, so I guess from now on all my Monday posts will continue to be called "Monday Mumbles." So here are my thoughts for today:

First off, you won't believe this, but I'm posting this blog while watching Dancing with the Stars. I know! I can't believe it either--that I'm diverting my attention during my fav show. Actually I'm only typing during the commercials. Plus, I have 3 kiddos, I'm the master of multi-tasking while watching TV.

Here's a photo of my new fav couple:

Ha! Just kidding, thanks to my SIL for sending me that funny pic! I love it!!

I actually have SO much to say about this whole political mess, but I've learned not to. I think anyone who knows me or reads my blog knows where I stand as far as politics go. I'm an extremely conservative and traditional person. Another thing about me is that I'm the most non-confrontational person in the world. Therefore, I don't talk about politics because I don't want people getting in my face and making me be arguementative. That's the great thing about America, you can have your view and I can have mine (which is right) and we can all still be friends. Plus, no matter how much you can try to get me to change my mind--it's not happening. But I'll still like ya! :)

That's all I have to say about that.

Oh--Patrick and WM went golfing the other day. I wish I could've seen it in person, this is the best I got.

He's very serious and determining where he's going to place his next shot. Smart kid.

Is it just me or does this boy have a rockin' follow through?

Isn't he a little cutie...and destined to be the next Tiger Woods? Ha!

WM and Patrick also went to the OU/KU game in Norman this week. They were so proud of their red and blue Jayhawk gear. And I think they had a fun time. But they came home pretty deflated. WM said Patrick had a great time and loved the "medium Jayhawk", a.k.a. "Baby Jay" for all you KU people. WM really has him sold on KU and that it's the place to be.

Someday I'll convince my children that K-State is a pretty awesome place, too.

Go Wildcats!


nick04 said...

First off, I may be fired before the election is over. I no longer have a tongue from biting it too much.
Secondly, No god child of mine will be a jayhawk. They are far too smart and ethical for that.

MommaAmma said...

So being confrontational runs in the family?

Weather Man said...
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Weather Man said...

Sorry Nick--He already is a JAYHAWK!!

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