I ended up having 17 kids at my house yesterday. But not all at once ;)
I had the most at suppertime. I fed 14 kids, and 3 adults :) We had spaghetti with white sauce or red sauce, chicken, meatloaf, corn, and potatoes. Sound yummy? haha I didn't eat any of it, but the kids cleaned it up! Mommy called it a hodge-podge, and a hodge-podge it was indeed. She said, "Ya gotta feed 'em what ya got!" haha She is right. She almost always is (although people don't like to admit it.)
Anyway, I hate to admit this on national tv... oh wait, I forgot, I haven't gone syndicated yet ;) Haha I am kidding... trying to get you to skip over the admission I am about to make...
I am a little bummed.
Not normal for me at all. I don't care about money. We always have enough, no matter what, and you know, enough is as good as a feast. (Mommy has a similar anecdote... I wish I could remember hers. The hick version's always more colorful and fun, ya know....) but anyway...
We got our taxes done and I just had my hopes up for a larger refund than what we are getting. And it kinda bummed me out. Ya know?
Kevin said I should have gone in with a lower standard. :)
I even got a little teary eyed about it.
How shallow is that?
Well, I am not a worrier, so it WILL pass y'all. I just have to rethink my plans is all. My plans are always getting re-thunk anyhow, don't know what I am worrying about to begin with!
See I already feel better! This is why I like talking, for real. Just getting it out makes me feel better about my silliness.
I do want to say to my Texas friends (and you know who you are!) We may be coming down your way in March, if plans don't change TOO much!!! YAY!!!!! :D