Saturday, July 28, 2007

just some good stuff to start the weekend...

*the sweetest little baby bunny munching clover out under the clothesline

*having the belt tightened on the car so we no longer have that horrendous squealing when we start the car

*a full weekend ahead (a.k.a. having Rich home)

*fat free French Vanilla Coffeemate in my coffee (a guilty pleasure, for sure)

*watching Gray finally acquire the "reading bug" (Though he's now been reading for over 2 years, it's only been in the past month when he's grown to love it...he's read 24 chapter books since school let out on June 21. Hooray Gray!)

Oh is good!


kreed said...

Gotta love the good things...Have a great weekend!

Anonymous said...

That is *the good stuff* for sure! We have lots of bunnies in our yard, too. Thank goodness they didn't get into our garden this year.

Yay for Gray! Isn't it the best feeling seeing your lil' one reading so much? Sadie's the reader in our house and she'll read a chapter book in a matter of hours. Blows me away! Smart little boy ya have there, Debi Webi! :o)

amy said...

What a happy post!

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Life is good, and these are all fine examples of that! Although for me, flavored creamer is a must in my coffee. I won't touch it without lots of creamer (you know, because then it might *actually* taste like coffee!). Most of all, yeah for the reading bug! I love to hear about kids of all ages loving books and loving reading :)

Happy Day and Happy Weekend!!!

Jennifer said...

Definitely good stuff! I love French Vanilla creamer - but I won't touch the fat free stuff - I have the FULL guilty pleasure! I tried the fat free - couldn't take it, but I do sometimes use the sugar free, or even the reduced sugar when I can find it. And around the holidays, I do some of the holiday flavors - my fav. is vanilla chai spice - yum!

gail@more than a song said...

I love it when kids get that reading bug! My youngest never did, sigh.
Creamer is a must for me also and I love fat free french vanilla.