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Monday, February 1, 2010

Wrong Size

Saturday evening, when Kaitlynn and I were driving to MawMaw's, Kaitlynn said "I love you mommy." I told her I loved her too. She said "no you don't." I told her "Oh, yes I do." She said "more than cheese burger and fries." I reassured her that I love her "more than cheese burger and fries." Not sure why she said this. Especially since I am a vegetarian - I never eat cheeseburgers!

We went to the mall with MawMaw that evening. We went to Victoria's Secret first, where I tried on bras. Now I know why I have been having so many problems with my bras. Considering they are old and the wrong size! I am telling you there is something amazing about wearing the right size bra. I can't believe I have been wearing too small a cup size! Now, to last until my birthday. That's when I get my new bras my mommy bought me!

We picked up some vitamins / supplements from the vitamin store, then went to Claire's to look for a new pair of clip-on earrings for Kaitlynn. Kaitlynn saw a 6 year old getting her ears pierced and decided she wanted her's pierced. We called daddy and daddy told Kaitlynn she needed to wait. We still think she is a bit too young for that. It's a big responsibility and we want her to be able to take care of them. We ate dinner at Applebee's and then went to Wal-Mart.

Old Friends: A Reunion

Saturday we met some old high school friends for lunch at Pasta House in Crestwood Mall. There was 6 of us that got together. We brought our spouses and kids, too; we had a good size group. It's amazing how everyone looked the same as they did in high school. We are all in such different, yet similar phases in our lives. It's also interesting that 4 of us live local and I only see one of them regularly! It was great getting together and sharing where our lives are now and fun to meet the spouses and kids.

After lunch, Kaitlynn wanted to play in the play area, since this was a mall she hadn't been too before. She met a little girl named Grace that was about 6 years old that she was chasing around. We were having a decent time until this crazy lady came up and asked Grace's parents if they had kids playing in the play area. Grace's mom said yes. The crazy lady said she worked for the mall part time and that they needed to give her $10 for their kid to play in the play area. Grace's mom said she wasn't going to give her any money. The lady said "I'm a good actor, aren't I?" OK, psycho, no one is going to pay you to let our kids play in the play area! Isn't that ridiculous?!