Friday Fun Questions...

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Friday Fun Questions...
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Fri, 04-16-2004 - 1:21pm

Random questions...


Are you organized?


What is your favorite organizational tool?


Did you watch The Apprentice last night?


What is the single most annoying thing your child/children do?


"I do not want to be a princess! I want to be myself"

Mallory (age 3)

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Registered: 03-27-2003
Fri, 04-16-2004 - 1:36pm
Oh I'll play....yes I consider myself pretty organized.


My best organizational tools? I keep lists (as you already know, lol) usually using a small spiral notebook rather than a dayplanner (for some reason I dont care for those!). I also have a calendar in my office that I mark EVERYTHING on. Even if I think I can remember dd's weekly piano lessons or ds' swimming, I still put it on the calendar. It helps me see if we have overlaps or scheduling problems. I mark paydays on there too-even though I *know* when they are. Again, just helps me to be able to SEE it.

I watched the last 10 minutes (which is what I have been doing all season,lol, usually I watch the last few minutes before ER comes on!)

Oh lets see. Dd likes to act dumb when caught doing something she isnt supposed to (*Huh????* Oh you meant dont eat THOSE cupcakes???? I thought you meant some OTHER cupcakes......*) Ds always says *mom watch this* when we are in the CAR-no matter how often I try to explain that I cannot watch him while driving, lol

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Dj

"Now when I need help, I look in the mirror" ~Kanye West~

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Registered: 05-28-2003
Fri, 04-16-2004 - 1:45pm

What is your favorite organizational tool? I don't know that I have a "tool" but I am obsessive about my "to do" lists. I also have a giant cork board in my office with a giant calendar that has different things that I have to do in different colors. At home, I have a magnetic chalk board to write more "to do" stuff on.

Did you watch The Apprentice last night? no, but i did read about the "winner" on the internet this morning. I thought the other guy was going to get it. My dd's been sick so I even missed American Idol this week. BTW, for AI fans from last year, Rheubin was on Sasame Street this morning singing the ABCs. cool.

What is the single most annoying thing your child/children do?> At age 21 months, there are things that I wish she wouldn't do, but they're not really "annoying" things.

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Fri, 04-16-2004 - 1:46pm
LOL! Me too!!
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Registered: 03-26-2003
Fri, 04-16-2004 - 1:46pm

Are you organized?


I wish. I am really trying though.


What is your favorite organizational tool?


Don't have one-need one


Did you watch The Apprentice last night?


Oh, yeah. I planned my whole night around it. Pathetic, I know. I knew Bill was going to win when Kwame picked Osmaros. I have been reading Television Without Pity and laughing all morning.


What is the single most annoying thing your child/children do?


Zak-yelling for me when I am in the other room


Alex-staring at the open refrigator like it is going to tell him the secret of life tied with throwing used Capri Sun's down on the floor so I step on them and get juice all over the floor. UGGGHHH!

Kristi

"I do not want to be a princess! I want to be myself"

Mallory (age 3)

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Registered: 05-28-2003
Fri, 04-16-2004 - 1:51pm
Oh, I just remembered what does annoy me. I got this little sticker book for my dd w/ the special pages that you can re-stick the stickers over and over. I thought it would keep her occupied. Well, I didn't realize that her little fingers can stick the stickers but can't really *remove* them so she keeps saying "open open open. mommy open." meaning that I should take the stickers off for her so that she can stick them so then she can say "open..." again. I tried to get rid of the sticker book, but she has gotten really attached to it.... so much for my plans for "free time...."
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Fri, 04-16-2004 - 1:54pm

Are you organized?


In theory...lol.

Okmrsmommy-36, CPmom to DD-16 and DS-14

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Fri, 04-16-2004 - 2:01pm

Oh but Aunt Kristi will pamper her and take her to get a manicure and a pedicure. I watched a friend's granddaughter last night and she later asked my friend why I don't teach my children manners?!? She has to answer everyone "Yes Ma'am/No Ma'am" and I just make Zak do that when he is trouble.


Also classic:


Allie: You lost your husband? You are all alone. I am so sad for you.


Zak: She is getting remarried. She

"I do not want to be a princess! I want to be myself"

Mallory (age 3)

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Registered: 09-25-2003
Fri, 04-16-2004 - 2:04pm

Are you organized?

Virgo
 
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Registered: 12-12-2002
Fri, 04-16-2004 - 2:18pm

ROFLMVLBO!!!!

Okmrsmommy-36, CPmom to DD-16 and DS-14

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Fri, 04-16-2004 - 2:28pm

As one of my friends say, Alex may look cute but he has the devil in his eyes. His new thing is when

"I do not want to be a princess! I want to be myself"

Mallory (age 3)

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