Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Whew, A Little Dusty 'Round Here

It has been a while since I've blogged, but I figure I'll dust things off a little and catch everyone with my amazingly busy life. HA!

Everything has been pretty good here. Miss Peanut Butter had her Parent/Teacher Conference today and she is doing really well; I love hearing that she is so fun to have in class. I hope they don't say that to everyone. She has surprisingly been a cold lunch taker. I am starting to feel bad about all the turkey sandwiches I have been sending. I should really branch out a little more. I bought sunbutter, since she had been begging for pb&j and her school is nut free, but she didn't like the sandwich. I think that is one I have to make that morning and not the night before because it got all soggy. Otherwise, I have a 6 dollar jar of sunbutter to eat myself.

Last week I went to the Twin Cities for my friend's husband's funeral. It was very sad to see a life cut short at 36 from cancer. So many nice things were said about him that makes me wish I had knew him better. My heart breaks for my friend. She is coming to the area this weekend and I'm looking forward to seeing her. I also wish I would have had more time in the TC to meet up with a few of you, but it was a very short trip.

I am still waiting to hear about getting a job that would get me out of the big house.  Hopefully I hear something this week. Waiting is so hard, especially when they have changed how we pick vacation. If I should take this job I will probably miss out on the first round of picking and will have to pray that a week will still be there in July so I can take  PB back to Ocean City next year.


4 comments:

CanadianMama said...

Oh good luck with the job!!

Leslie Collins said...

I LOVE SunButter.

My fingers are crossed for you, Robyn.

Kat said...

Waiting is the worst. I hope you get some news soon. :)

Kristi said...

Hi Robyn!
I have never had sunbutter...made with sunflower seeds?? I have had sunchokes though :)
Glad PB is doing well in school, that is always great for parents to hear!