Tuesday, April 10, 2012

It's Inconceivable

So last week was spring break. No break for me. Houseful of kids.  Of course, there are those people who get to do fun things during the kids week off. A couple friends took their families to southern Utah, and some went to California. Then, I found out that a family I know went to Hawaii.
Hawaii?

You know, that's not so great. I hear Hawaii is highly overrated. Palm trees and beaches. Whatever.
I mean, we're cool, too. We did lots of fun things during our week. I loved it. I wish it had lasted longer.  Yeah, like a whole other week, cuz, you wouldn't believe what we did.

My kids played video games...I mean, they played in a video game tournament. Yeah. And they won. And it was just the state level and now we get to go to nationals. Yeah. That's it.

And, we watched TV, uh, no, we were on TV. Yeah. They were filming High School Musical- the Ten Year Reunion and we were, you know, extras. We danced and... we sang. I'm a really good singer, Zac Ephron said so.  Yep, when the movie comes out, look for us.


Also, we colored eggs, er, I mean, we dipped our eggs in gold. Yeah. Pure gold. And we donated them to the less fortunate kids who only get regular eggs. We're really philanthropic like that.

One day, we went swimming in the pool with dolphins... and sharks. Yeah. In fact, we fed dolphins to the sharks. And, I got this really cool shark tooth when one of them bit my chain mail suit. Yeah. I made it into a necklace. I'm wearing it right now. Too bad you can't see it.


And, to top it all off, I got a massage. From my friend, Brigette, I mean, Michael Buble. He's a really good masseuse and he sang to me while he massaged. It was very relaxing.


What did you do on your break? Bet it wasn't as cool as ours.


17 comments:

  1. Definitely not as cool as yours.

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    1. Don't feel bad. It's pretty hard to top my imagination.

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  2. LOL ... I found your blog from A to Z and what a good read this was. Love the way you write!
    Hugs,
    Bj

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  3. And I was the California bound person ... visiting family. Was Michael as good as a masseuse as he is a singer? :)

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  4. Your philantrophy is an inspiration to us all. (; You tell the funniest fibs. Please don't stop.

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    1. I've decided I want to be a philanthropist as a career, but have had a hard time getting started. (Come on Prize Patrol!)

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  5. On Sunday, spring break end, my daughter kissed us good night and thanked us for a great spring break. What? We didn't do anything! Apparently, the special little things we did do, were wonderfully pleasing. I know I loved my McDonalds breakfast just as much as the kids!

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    1. My 11 year-old announced that he'd had a great spring break, too. That made me feel much better.

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  6. Not even close. My main accomplishment was sitting around so much I think I came close to sprouting roots.

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    1. Wow, sprouting roots would be quite impressive!

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  7. I read two books in one day? Does that count? *sigh*

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  8. I love it!!! New wacky follower here *waves* hopping through on the A to Z. After a post like that, I'll definitely be back. You had me rolling.

    The real question is...how were Michael's hands? ;)

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    1. Soft and strong. Plus, he smelled really good.

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  9. Ha ha! Sounds like you had a blast. Visiting from ato z challenge.

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  10. Ha! I stayed in town and did close to nothing and loved it!

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