This is Tiara and I in our matching outfits getting ready to go for our morning walk today. It was freezing out, so we really had to bundle up! I mean freezing for Southern California, 40 something degrees. Under her sweater she is wearing the same striped thermal as me. I love to do this just to drive Tabitha crazy.
After our walk and trip to Target I headed into the garage to organize. FYI, I ran into that teacher that dropped Tiara over a year ago without ever saying good-bye and she tried to act super sweet. Really, lady, I don’t think so. Be rude to my kid and I will not give you a fake hug and spend time making fake conversation with you.
Back to the garage. I hate when I have all the storage tubs down from the attic for the Christmas decorations because my overstuffed garage becomes a living nightmare. I guess I could put the tubs back up into the attic after we decorate, but I am too lazy. It is only 4 weeks of torture, I think that is better than an additional trip into the attic. I really try to avoid going into the attic as little as possible, since you all know I am the one who crawls around up there, NOT Lou.
The reason my garage is extra crowded this year is because Tabitha has 4 hanging racks filled with clothes in the center of the garage. I am not sure if I have told you about this or not, but I am pretty sure I haven’t shared a photo. Don’t you wish you had that many clothes? I sure do. Oh and her “real” closet inside her room is jammed packed along with 2 dressers full of stuff.
This is one of my disgusting bar stools that I tried to fix this weekend. After I took it apart and really looked how gross it was, I threw it out. I ordered 4 new bar stools on Amazon.com. I really wanted these 3 designer ones which were super fabulous and cost $600, but instead I did the right thing and ordered 2 pairs which totaled $180. They were sold pairs so I figured, why not? As soon as Tiara breaks the first one, I will already have a back up ready to go.
Louie and his girls at his birthday party last Thursday night.
The whole clan crammed together.