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Thursday, March 20, 2008

The Co-ed's New Wheels

With her mother visiting, the Co-ed has been out shopping quite a bit. Of course, her birthday is coming up so her mom wanted to get her something special. My mother-in-law decided to get her darling daughter a new mode of transportation for going to school, to work and home again. The Co-ed is the baby of the family. And the baby is always spoiled, especially if it's a girl. Check out the Co-ed's new wheels:

I totally dig the helmet.

Also, with my mother-in-law visiting, I haven't had to cook hardly at all with the Man out of town. Does re-heating my restaurant leftovers for lunch the next day count as cooking? I'm gonna say yes.

Edit: I have a new cake posted!


Amanda said...

I am glad you have visitors that are feeding you:) YEAH! I hate shopping and cooking.....it's EVIL! I would rather cook than shop though.....so if someone went to do my shopping every week somehow cooking would not be so bad!

Bonnie said...

I'm going to vote that if you dirtied a dish to heat the food. You definatly cooked.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. It makes me happy.

Jill said...

You warmed it up, that totally counts as cooking.

Emma said...

So the title lead me to believe she had gotten a car. The picture is so funny! That is great you haven't had to cook. I didn't cook much on my vacation, one of the relaxing aspects.

Kristie said...

I love the helmet too, but I think her shoes are so cute!!! Anyway....I am glad that you are having a good time while your hubby is away!!!

Heather said...

Oh gosh bad picture...haha!! Sorry I wasn't workin it. I was just to excited!

Kelly said...

Love the Co-ed's new wheels. Cooking is evil and we should revolt right now. I haven't cooked much seeing how some of my kitchen is still in boxes. I'm slow to unpack. We have been eating out a lot. It takes a lot more effort to eat out. You have to decide where to go, who's driving, what to eat when you get there, what to feed the 18 month old when you get there, etc. So much more effort. Gosh, I'm tired just thinking about eating out..speaking of eating out, wonder where I'm going for lunch.

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