Tuesday, April 1, 2014

St. Patrick's Day and a New Shirt.

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I forgot! One more post from my trip to Philadelphia. This one, kind of like the other ones, is mostly for the memory book. My blurb books are all up-to-date in Kansas City, and I like the memories they hold. And ALL the words and ALL the people that I love. Kip will look through them a little bit, and I find they are easier to manage than the huge 12 x 12 scrapbooks I used to craft. Such great memories of two years in Virginia and all the adventures back in Kansas since I moved home.
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I had been faithfully wearing the same St. Patrick's Day shirt since 2005. I decided it was done. Toast. Not from excessive wear but because sometimes you should give up the size medium t-shirts that were too tight when you bought them. #realtalk

I bought our new shirts when we were in Manhattan, and I think they worked perfectly. It was actually so fun to spend the whole day in matching green shirts with Rachel's family. No green beer, just green cookies carried with love from Kansas City.

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6 comments:

  1. Love these pictures. I still need to eat one of your cookies some day. And also, perhaps SOMEDAY I will change to the blurb books. I can't seem to let go of the huge 12x12 scrapbook albums...even though I am way behind on Peter's book as in, I haven't started it yet and he's almost a year...#secondchildsyndrome

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  2. Abbey never comments, so I will say for her, she noticed your new green shirt in an instagram post. That's true friendship.

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  3. The only thing that would make your shirt better is if it was green and from the Purple Pig. I always wanted one of those!

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  4. UH... I totally didn't even notice this post until now. #worldsworstblogger

    Also, I had a green SO LONG shirt that my sister stole. Saddest.

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